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Embark on a journey of size and discovery through the cosmos and use astronomy and the natural world to better understand Allah (God), the Creator. Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity. Support development of spatial and abstract thinking. With original paintings, visual size comparisons and a list of facts and numbers, thi Embark on a journey of size and discovery through the cosmos and use astronomy and the natural world to better understand Allah (God), the Creator. Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity. Support development of spatial and abstract thinking. With original paintings, visual size comparisons and a list of facts and numbers, this is an Islamic children's book unlike any other you have on your shelf. Amazon #1 Best Selling Islamic Children's book 'How Big Is Allah?' is written according to the sunnah (tradition of the Prophet) and does not describe Allah in any physical or material way.


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Embark on a journey of size and discovery through the cosmos and use astronomy and the natural world to better understand Allah (God), the Creator. Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity. Support development of spatial and abstract thinking. With original paintings, visual size comparisons and a list of facts and numbers, thi Embark on a journey of size and discovery through the cosmos and use astronomy and the natural world to better understand Allah (God), the Creator. Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity. Support development of spatial and abstract thinking. With original paintings, visual size comparisons and a list of facts and numbers, this is an Islamic children's book unlike any other you have on your shelf. Amazon #1 Best Selling Islamic Children's book 'How Big Is Allah?' is written according to the sunnah (tradition of the Prophet) and does not describe Allah in any physical or material way.

42 review for How Big Is Allah?

  1. 5 out of 5

    Abrar_abdullaha

    #كتب / #?where_is_allaha 2- #how_big_is_allaha? 3- #how_does_allaha_look? للكاتبة و الرسامه / #emma_apple مجموعة قصصية تعليميه عصرية و مميزة ، جداً لطيفة وعلمية ، الرسومات مذهلة ، و الأسلوب جداً خفيف و ممتع ، أسرتني فكرة الكتاب ، يسرق أنتباه الطفل ، يجيب على أسئلتهم بمنطقيه ، يثبت حقائق علميه ثم يدعمها بالبراهين و العلوم و الأدلة ، هل نحتاج لأكثر من ذالك ؟ لا أظن ! أخيراً شاهدت عمل متكامل ، مبدع و ثري في قسم الأطفال يخدم ألأسلام و المسلمين بطريقة ممتازة ! كل الشكر للكاتبة " إيما" لتسخيرها قلمها و ف #كتب / #?where_is_allaha 2- #how_big_is_allaha? 3- #how_does_allaha_look? للكاتبة و الرسامه / #emma_apple مجموعة قصصية تعليميه عصرية و مميزة ، جداً لطيفة وعلمية ، الرسومات مذهلة ، و الأسلوب جداً خفيف و ممتع ، أسرتني فكرة الكتاب ، يسرق أنتباه الطفل ، يجيب على أسئلتهم بمنطقيه ، يثبت حقائق علميه ثم يدعمها بالبراهين و العلوم و الأدلة ، هل نحتاج لأكثر من ذالك ؟ لا أظن ! أخيراً شاهدت عمل متكامل ، مبدع و ثري في قسم الأطفال يخدم ألأسلام و المسلمين بطريقة ممتازة ! كل الشكر للكاتبة " إيما" لتسخيرها قلمها و فكرها لإنشاء جيل متماسك دينياً و فكرياً ! قصص يجب أن تقتنى في كل بيت حضاري ، يهدف لأخراج أطفال متدينون و متعلمون على حداً سواء.

  2. 4 out of 5

    SISTERS Magazine

    “How big is Allah?” is a question that my four year old daughter has asked me before, and a question I always struggled to answer in a way that would be easy for her to conceptualise. Alhamdulillah for the new book, How Big is Allah? by author and illustrator Emma Apple, which came to my rescue! Brilliantly laid out - both concise and illustrative not only due to Emma’s beautiful black-and-white ink drawings but also because of the clever use of large and small lettering paired with every image, “How big is Allah?” is a question that my four year old daughter has asked me before, and a question I always struggled to answer in a way that would be easy for her to conceptualise. Alhamdulillah for the new book, How Big is Allah? by author and illustrator Emma Apple, which came to my rescue! Brilliantly laid out - both concise and illustrative not only due to Emma’s beautiful black-and-white ink drawings but also because of the clever use of large and small lettering paired with every image, How Big is Allah? is enchanting for both young readers and their parents. Rather than relying on clichés that tend to be over-used when trying to teach Muslim children about their Lord, Emma’s approach is refreshing and creative. Each page encourages children to think and to reflect, a wonderful way to be like those whom the Qur’an describes: {[Those] Who remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their sides and give thought to the creation of the heavens and the earth, [saying], "Our Lord, You did not create this aimlessly; exalted are You [above such a thing]; then protect us from the punishment of the Fire.} (Al ‘Imran:191) This book makes it much easier for young children to visualise the concepts of big and small, relativity/proportion, the solar system and space - while tying them all to the original question of “How big is Allah?” The fact chart at the end of the book makes it easier to explain the definitions of words that might be new and unfamiliar, especially to the younger readers (aged around 4-6). I found How Big is Allah? to not only be a great bedtime read that reminded my daughter to say her nightly adhkar, but also an encouragement to learn more about nature and science. With very young readers (like my four year old), I personally suggest reading only the first couple of pages initially and to use them as the beginning of many more discussions about Allah SWT, our planet, and why we were created. How Big is Allah? is guaranteed to charm your children with its uniquely vibrant imagery, age-appropriate language and beautifully simple yet effective method of understanding the answer to such a huge question. It’s an absolute must-have for every Muslim home, whether as part of an Islamic homeschooling program or your own personal library. This review was written by Zainab bint Younus for the April 2015 issue #66 of SISTERS Magazine. https://www.sisters-magazine.com/ AnonyMouse (Zainab bint Younus) is a young Muslimah who has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. She writes for SISTERS Magazine, SaudiLife.net, and blogs at http://www.thesalafifeminist.blogspot...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zainab Bint Younus

    “How big is Allah?” is a question that my four year old daughter has asked me before, and a question I always struggled to answer in a way that would be easy for her to conceptualize. Alhamdulillah for the new book, How Big is Allah? by author and illustrator Emma Apple, which came to my rescue! Brilliantly laid out - both concise and illustrative not only due to Emma’s beautiful black-and-white ink drawings but also because of the clever use of large and small lettering paired with every image, “How big is Allah?” is a question that my four year old daughter has asked me before, and a question I always struggled to answer in a way that would be easy for her to conceptualize. Alhamdulillah for the new book, How Big is Allah? by author and illustrator Emma Apple, which came to my rescue! Brilliantly laid out - both concise and illustrative not only due to Emma’s beautiful black-and-white ink drawings but also because of the clever use of large and small lettering paired with every image, How Big is Allah? is enchanting for both young readers and their parents. Rather than relying on clichés that tend to be over-used when trying to teach Muslim children about their Lord, Emma’s approach is refreshing and creative. Each page encourages children to think and to reflect, a wonderful way to be like those whom the Qur’an describes: {[Those] Who remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their sides and give thought to the creation of the heavens and the earth, [saying], "Our Lord, You did not create this aimlessly; exalted are You [above such a thing]; then protect us from the punishment of the Fire.} (Aal ‘Imran:191) This book makes it much easier for young children to visualise the concepts of big and small, relativity/proportion, the solar system and space - while tying them all to the original question of “How big is Allah?” The fact chart at the end of the book makes it easier to explain the definitions of words that might be new and unfamiliar, especially to the younger readers (aged around 4-6). I found How Big is Allah? to not only be a great bedtime read that reminded my daughter to say her nightly adhkar, but also an encouragement to learn more about nature and science. With very young readers (like my four year old), I personally suggest reading only the first couple of pages initially and to use them as the beginning of many more discussions about Allah I, our planet, and why we were created. How Big is Allah? is guaranteed to charm your children with its uniquely vibrant imagery, age-appropriate language and beautifully simple yet effective method of understanding the answer to such a huge question. It’s an absolute must-have for every Muslim home, whether as part of an Islamic homeschooling programme or your own personal library.

  4. 5 out of 5

    دعاء الدريس

    يجد الأهل صعوبة في شرح مفهوم مدى عظمة الله وقد يتساءل الأطفال عن حجم الله، هل هو أكبر من الكوكب؟ أكبر من السماء؟ ... هذا الكتاب استطاع تقريب هذه الفكرة للطفل بامتياز،، طلبته من أمازون

  5. 4 out of 5

    Zulekha Saqib

    what an amazing book it is.. as it wonderfully explains an extremely difficult topic to conceptualise and it also encourages you to reflect on the world around you and how that encourages your faith.. so happy that a book like "How Big Is Allah?" exists! what an amazing book it is.. as it wonderfully explains an extremely difficult topic to conceptualise and it also encourages you to reflect on the world around you and how that encourages your faith.. so happy that a book like "How Big Is Allah?" exists!

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  12. 5 out of 5

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  13. 5 out of 5

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  14. 5 out of 5

    AbdulAziz AlMejadi

  15. 5 out of 5

    Piper Van ness

  16. 5 out of 5

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  17. 5 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

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  29. 5 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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  31. 4 out of 5

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  32. 4 out of 5

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  33. 5 out of 5

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  34. 5 out of 5

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  35. 5 out of 5

    A Crafty Arab

  36. 4 out of 5

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  37. 5 out of 5

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  38. 5 out of 5

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  39. 4 out of 5

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  40. 5 out of 5

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  41. 4 out of 5

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  42. 5 out of 5

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