Start a tradition of reading these delightful, informative, educational, beautifully illustrated, and written Ramadan and Eid books each year with the child(ren) in your life. It’s never too early to start reading stories of Ramadan and Eid to your child.
These children books are a great addition not only to your child’s home library but they make wonderful gifts to give to your kid’s Muslim and non-Muslim friends. These Ramadan and Eid books are also great for donating to your area public library, kid’s classroom, or school library.
My First Ramadan (My First Holiday)
A basic picture book by Karen Katz to introduce children to Ramadan. A good informative story to teach a child what goes on in Ramadan, or what to expect. Love that “My First Ramadan” shows Muslims from variety of nationalities and colors!
Appropriate For Ages: 2 – 5
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Night of the Moon: A Muslim Holiday Story
A lovely story from the start of Ramadan’s first night of the moon until the final night of the moon when Eid arrives. With lush illustrations that evoke Islamic art, this beautiful story offers a window into modern Muslim culture—and into the ancient roots from where its traditions have grown.
Appropriate For Ages: 2-5
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It’s Ramadan, Curious George
A wonderful book by Hena Khan that explains Ramadan in a way that’s easy to understand and with characters familiar to most children!
Appropriate For Ages: 3+
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Ndaa Hassan illustrates the diversity of the Muslim community in Ramadan Around The World. Children of various nationalities and abilities are represented throughout the book. Narrated by the Ramadan moon, the book takes readers around the world as families of diverse sizes and demographics observe Ramadan.
Appropriate For Ages: 2-11
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Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors
A stunning book by Hena Khan featuring a rich rainbow of colors and showcasing many important aspects of Ramadan and Eid, including the traditional lantern, delicious dates, and acts of charity.
Appropriate For Ages: 4-6
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Under the Ramadan Moon
Sylvia Whitman’s lyrical repetition makes “Under the Ramadan Moon” a great read aloud. With Inviting illustration, the book portrays Ramadan as a cozy time to make special family memories.
Appropriate For Ages: 4-8
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My Ramadhan Activity Book
With activities such as solving mazes, easy crafts, informative Q&A, crossword puzzles, origami, coloring and more, this is a fun book for kids to be engaged during Ramadan.
Appropriate For Ages: 4-8
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Lailah’s Lunchbox: A Ramadan Story
A lovely classroom-friendly introduction to the Muslim month of fasting by Reem Faruqi. A story of a Muslim child whose classmates and teachers think she’s forgotten her lunch again! With the help of a creative librarian, she finds a way to share about Ramadan with her class.
Appropriate For Ages: 5-8
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A lyrical and inspiring picture book, by Na’ima B. Robert, captures the wonder and joy of Ramadan, from the perspective of a child. The books poetic words and playful, patterned collage artwork capture both the solemnity and joy of religious practice and, in scenes of worshipers of every type and hue, show the diversity of the Muslim community around the world.
Appropriate For Ages: 5-9
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A Party In Ramadan
Asma Mobin-Uddin’s beautiful tale of a child grasping her identity yet being able to embrace the differences around her. The book describes Leena’s character and the feeling of fasting when no one else around her is fasting. Very relatable for a Muslim children fasting in non-Muslim countries! Beautiful illustration.
Appropriate For Ages: 5-9
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Craft it up this Ramadan and Eid – A craft book to treasure
An exciting Islamic craft book which encourages parents and children to come together and get creative. With over 40 inspiring recyclable crafts, this book is sure to make the Islamic holidays memorable! The book helps children understand the meaning behind Islamic culture, traditions and festivities in an entirely fun awesome way!
Appropriate For Ages: 6-16
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The Story of the Holy Prophet Muhammad: Ramadan Classics: 30 Stories for 30 Nights
An easy and enjoyable book written by Humera Malik for children and young adults to read over the Islamic month of Ramadan. Families can read the daily chapter together and discuss the beautiful personality of the Prophet (pbuh), and take away lessons that will last a lifetime. Added bonus – there is a quiz at the end for making sure the child has learnt what they’ve read.
Appropriate For Ages: 7-17
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