Young Muslim Rhymes

My young friends, Haadiyah and Aymum Sajid, are two creative homeschoolers who are just brimming with ideas. They are always working on one creative project or another, ma shaa Allah.

Haadiyah is 10 and Aymun is 8 and, together, they have produced a lovely book of poetry for the young ones. Young Muslim Rhymes teaches Islamic concepts like the importance of Niyyah, love for our Prophet sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, the Hereafter and the need for a united Ummah. Each poem calls for action by linking its message to real life.

Haadiyah and Aymun lovingly laboured over many aspects of the book — there are vibrant illustrations and best of all, their engaging recitation on the audio CD. They’ve had some wonderful support from friends who helped them with the recording and layout and now, I hope that you too can show them some love.

To learn more about this book, please visit the YMR page at HomeWorks.

I’m giving away 5 copies of this book in shaa Allah. Please leave a comment with your email — it won’t be published — and in shaa Allah, I’ll get in touch with you.

15 thoughts on “Young Muslim Rhymes

  1. Jazakillah Khair for the promo :) We couldn’t have done it without your sincere support and appreciation!

    The girls are missing their pals, be back soon!

  2. Salam. I know you reached your 5 comments ..but just wanted to share that this is an awesome idea and to keep me posted if you have any more free copies. Thank you!

  3. AsSalaamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatahu,
    I stumbled across your webpage while researching info on how I could homeschool my son here in Islamabad, Pakistan. I’m completely new to the concept and this country so I would really, really appreciate it if we could get in touch via email. I’d love to talk to someone who has gone through the process because no one I know has done anything like this here. I’d love to try to set up a homeschooling network (or join one if there already exists).

    • wa `alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      Sister Rebecca, yes! We do have a group here in Islamabad. We meet twice a month on Tuesdays so please join us! I’ve emailed you so get back to me and we can let you know about the next group meeting!

  4. Salam sis I’m very glad to see such results from HEd kids in Pakistan! mashaAllah. i wish i can have a talk with their mother. I would like to have a copy please. Jazakillahu kahayr

    • wa ‘alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

      Sister Aminah :) Check your email! I’ll send you the rhymes book in shaa Allah and please allow me to pass on your email to the mum so you can ‘talk’ to her.

  5. Salams,

    *blush blush* I’m ten and Aymun is nine. Oh and yes, the “wonderful support from friends” was YOU!!!

    – a friend

  6. All praise to Allah for this wonderful initiative to make Islam easily accessible to the young in a manner that is both creative and appealing to them. Such an innovative approach to make Islam relevant to the times is certainly part of the Sunnah of Rasulullah (saw).

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