Stories from The Quran-Book Review

25 Jun

Image028Stories from the Quran is one of the most knowledgeable and competent books for youngsters I have ever come across. The way Sajeda Zaidi — the author — has narrated significant stories of various prophets; instantaneously draws a reader back to his/her childhood-bedtime, when every night mom used to tell an interesting Islamic story/event before being off to dream world.

The book contains first 20 stories from the Holy Quran chronologically and 15 more stories have been added in the latest edition as well. The best thing about the book is that it truly makes the young lot well conversant with the various significant events of Islamic history that occurred during the era of different prophets. And as they are directly taken from the Holy Quran so there is not any sort of ambiguity pertaining to the occurrence or authenticity of the events.

From “The story of Adam” to “People of the cave”, the simple yet attractive expression of each chapter of the book equally spellbinds both young and grownups. So friends, look sharp. Get hold of the apparently thin-looking but knowledgably immense book to enhance your information about Islam. Happy reading!

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Posted by on June 25, 2009 in Reviews


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