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By Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith | Comments: ( 123 ) | Date: ( Jul 04, 2020 )

An Islamic family observes a month of prayer and fasting, which is followed by celebration.

  • Title: Celebrating Ramadan
  • Author: Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith
  • ISBN: 9780823417629
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback

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  • (NS) Brea M

    This informational book follows Ibraheem, a fourth grade boy from New Jersey as he celebrates Ramadan. Ibraheem and his family are Muslim, which means they practice the religion of Islam. His mother is from Egypt and his father is from Bosnia. Throughout the month of Ramadan, Ibraheem and his family fast during the daylight hours. They also spend time praying to Allah (God), read the Qur’an, and donate to the poor. The end of Ramadan is celebrated with the Eid al-Fitr, which means the Feast of [...]

  • NS-Christine Johnson

    Meet Ibraheem. He is in the fourth grade and lives in New Jersey. Ibraheem is Muslim. Ibraheem goes to Islamic school, where he learns math, science, social studies, and English. He also learns to read and write in Arabic, and studies Islam.For one month called Ramadan, all adult Muslims fast during the daylight hours. Ibraheem has been fasting since he was six years old. He helps his grandmother bake cookies for the celebration at the end of Ramadan, called Eid.This book explains a lot about th [...]

  • Stephanie

    When I was picking up my last pile of children's books from my list (again a nod of thanks to the head Librarian of the Pittsfield Library in Maine, for setting me on this ride) I saw this book on display in the children's room. It seemed to me a more than worthy book to take out and read, and it was. Learning about other cultures and their beliefs is a great thing at any age and this is a wonderful book that follows a young man named Ibraheem (ib-rah-HEEM) and his family from the start of Ramad [...]

  • Beth

    Celebrating Ramadan By: Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith A fourth grader form Princeton, NJ named Ibraheem takes you through his life as a Muslim. The story begins with the five pillars of Islam, and explains where the majority of Muslims live. Next, the author explains how Ibraheem prays five times a day, and lists parts of the prayers. The book goes on to talk about The Qur’an, Ramadan, and prayer. This is a nonfiction picture book for ages 9-13. There is a glossary at the end of the book that details [...]

  • Ji

    This is a biography of Ibraheem who is a fourth grade Muslim boy living in Princeton, New Jersey. Like many Muslims, he and his family pray to Allah five times a day at the masjid near located in near his house. The book says that Muslims wash their hands, face, and feet before their prayer, and males pray in the front of the room facing in the direction of Makkah, Saudi Arabia while females pray in a separate area. Although Muslims pray separately according to their gender identities, they beli [...]

  • Cristina Garcia

    The best thing about children's books about nonfiction is that they keep it simple and get straight to the point, plus lots of color. This book was absolutely wonderful, I hope every school has a copy because it would help everyone understand their fellow muslim students and neighbors. The book covers the basic and provides one boy and family's experience of this special holiday. Simple and very informative, easy to understand, and makes me look forward to fasting

  • Amanda

    Told from the viewpoint of Ibraheem and his family, this traces the traditions during the holy month of Ramadan. The text is a bit advanced, but the colorful maps, photographs, and sidebars may draw readers in. It begins with a general overview of Islam, and then moves toward a more specific discussion of fasting, prayer, and history.

  • Lin Lin

    Through the eyes of Ibraheem, a 9-year-old Muslim boy (2001), we learn about celebrations during Ramadan, a time to express faith in God and amend bad relationships with others. The book has the features of any non-fiction book, but its personal touch helps me understand how Muslims in America celebrate Ramadan.

  • GoldenjoyBazyll

    From having visited many Muslim countries over the years- I already knew that Ramadan is an important month because it marks when Muhammad began to recite teachings of the Qur'an. However, this book was a lovely insight into the daily lives of families following the Muslim faith. This is a very nice book for anyone!!!!!

  • Lynne

    Celebrating Ramadan by Diane Hoyt-Migdale provides readers with information about Ramadan. This informational text offers children an inside perspective into the details of Ramada, its history and how it is celebrated. Large and colorful photographs are plentiful and the text structure sets readers up for success at comprehension.

  • Abbi Kraus

    This is another good book to explain to children what Ramadan is. It uses real pictures of many different situations and rituals that Ibraheem experiences during a day of Ramadan. It follows a fourth grade student, so it would be really good for a fourth or fifth grade class.

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