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10 Ramadan and Eid Books to Read to Baby
Baby is never too young to begin hearing stories of Ramadan (the month of fasting for Muslims) and Eid (the three-day festivities marking the end of Ramadan). Start a tradition of reading these delightful Ramadan and Eid books each year with your little one. This list includes books that are informative, educational, beautifully illustrated, and written in a way that will capture Baby’s interest. These books also make wonderful gifts to give to Baby’s friends.
Ramadan and Eid Books for Children
10 Ramadan and Eid books to add to Baby’s library that you can read to Baby each year.
My First Ramadan
The perfect book for Baby’s First Ramadan!
Night of the Moon
Tells a lovely story from the start of Ramadan’s first night of the moon until the final night of the moon when Eid arrives.
Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns
This stunning book features a rich rainbow of colors showcasing many important aspects of Ramadan and Eid, including the traditional lantern, delicious dates, and acts of charity.
Beautiful collage-style pictures tell of all the good things that take place during the month of Ramadan.
Kids of the Ummah
While this board book may not actually cover the topic of Ramadan and Eid, it gorgeously depicts mosques from around the world with a Muslim child representing numerous countries. A great way to introduce Baby to cities and geography.
Under the Ramadan Moon
The soothing rhyming words of this book interest little ones as they anticipate the next rhyming sequence sharing Ramadan’s typical experiences.
Arabic Alphabet Book
Ramadan is the month that the Qur’an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad. The official language of the Qur’an is Arabic. This book will walk Baby through each letter of the Arabic alphabet.
A great story explaining the the good deeds that take place during Ramadan and the festivities that come with Eid.
The Three Muslim Festivals
This book offers a glimpse into the three Muslim holidays in Islam: Ramadan, Eid il-Fitr, and Eid al-Adha.
The Best Eid Ever
A beautiful story of how one little girl shares something special with those less fortunate than her, all in the spirit of the Eid festivities.
Have you read any of these Ramadan and Eid books? Which is your favorite?