Ramadhan Readathon Wrap Up

Salam everyone!

Ramadhan, the holy month in Islam has now passed and gone away. It was a month of repentance, slaving away to the Almighty and chasing for goodness. May all our ibadahs and good deeds were accepted throughout the month and strive to be a better muslim and muslimah. Amin!

Since its Ramadhan, I decided to pick up more books with the theme of Islam. It could be the characters are muslims, who live through different cultures and seeing different sides of people celebrating it.

So, these are all the ‘Islamic’ themed books I managed to read during Ramadhan:

1. The Holy book al-Quran al-kareem

It simply wouldn’t be complete for any muslims to live without this book. Since it is The Book. And alhamdulillah I managed to khatam the quran twice in the span of a month along with reading glimpses of the translations.

2. She Wore Red Trainers by Naima B. Robert

Read my full review here.

3. Once Upon An Eid: Stories Of Hope And Joy by 15 Muslim Voices, Edited by S.K. Ali & Aisha Saeed

Read my full review here.

4. Amal Unbound by Aisha Saeed

Read my full review here.

5. Sofia Khan Is Not Obliged by Rukhsana Khan

6. Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan

Read my full review here.

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