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Islamic Teachings on Contemporary Issues for Young Muslims, Abdullah Saeed, Rowan Gould, Adis Duderija

An extensive set of lesson plans and narratives written for the education of Muslims, published in Australia. Limited use for teaching about Islamic basics, but possibly a good primary source on contemporary issues around Islamic education for Muslims, and debates about what it means to be a Muslim in the contemporary world.

Modern Muslims Contributions

yes recommend approve after some work done on it.

American Muslims

same as above and LINK BROKEN

American Muslims: Facts Vs. Fiction

Short video challenging myths and misperceptions about Muslims in America, in "Teachers" section of website, discussion guide is included.


A brief overview of Islam and Muslim civilization by a highly respected public intellectual and scholar of world religions.

Kitaab world- Countering Islamophobia

recommended as link to their books, don't really seem political .The theme is Countering Islamophobia through Stories

The Most Magnificent Mosque, Ann Jungman (author), Shelley Fowles (illustrator)

See Readaloud on YouTube by "Reading with Rabeha" at

Nusaiba and the 5th Grade Bullies Paperback – 2016

Nusaiba is excited about school - especially show and tell! But after hearing a mean comment in the school hallway about what her mother is wearing, Nusaiba slumps at her desk all day. Through a fantastical journey of adventure and self-discovery, Nusaiba gains the confidence necessary to embrace her identity and stand up for herself. An exciting and engaging book about self-acceptance and the importance of standing up to bullying.

44 pages, Paperback

Published January 1, 2016

A Party in Ramadan, Asma Mobin-Uddin

Children's picture book about the Ramadan fast, featuring a common situation in which a girl tries to navigate social situations involving food while attempting to keep the Ramadan fast. Readaloud at Storytime with Mrs. Baig at

Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors, Hena Khan (author), Mehrdokht Amini (illustrator)

Beautiful picture book featuring aspects of Islamic tradition, civilization and culture, architecture, and Islamic art in order to illustrate colors. Readaloud by Crescent Room at

Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr, Lisa Bullard (author), Holly Conger (illustrator)

Children's picture book at an early elementary level with simple text and illustrations. Little Readers readaloud at

Ilyas & Duck & FANTASTIC FESTIVAL OF EID-AL-FITR Hardcover – July 1, 2014

This book does not meet the constitutional guidelines for teaching about religion in public schools. Recommended for Muslim schools. Readaloud version is at

It’s Ramadan, Curious George Board Book, H. A. Rey and Hena Khan (authors)

Children's picture/board book on the Islamic holiday of Ramadan, especially foods and colorful aspects of celebration, featuring the beloved character Curious George for very early readers.