Mommy Who Is Allah? (Book Review)

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Mommy Who Is Allah? [Al-Khaliq(The Creator)]

Author : Susan Zainab Jones

Age Group : 3+

Illustrations : Vicky Amrullah

Publisher : Djarabi Kitabs Publishing

ISBN-13 : 978-1-947148-92-5

About the author:

Zainab Jones is a Muslim American wife and mother. She has taught English as a second language in the Middle East for over 15 years. Besides teaching, she writes informative essays and poetry. This is her first children’s story.

The Story:

The story is of a little boy named “Abdulrahman ‘Dahumie’ Al-Husain” who was mommy’s darling. A little guy with a big name and curious nature !

Mommy and Dahumie pray Salah together and ‘Dahumie’ notices her mommy counting on her fingers, doing zikr. When he asked mommy, what she was doing? Mommy answered that she was remembering Allah, and then came the obvious question from him  “Mommy Who Is Allah?”

Mommy explains her child the sifah of Allah, Al-Khaliq-The Creator…

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Book Review – “Mommy Who is Allah?” by Zainab Jones.

Allah created the night and resurrection. وَهُوَ الَّذِي جَعَلَ لَكُمُ اللَّيْلَ لِبَاسًا وَالنَّوْمَ سُبَاتًا وَجَعَلَ النَّهَارَ نُشُورًا {47
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And it is He Who makes the night a covering for you, and the sleep (as) repose, and makes the day Nushur (i.e. getting up and going about here and there for daily work, etc. after one’s sleep at night or like resurrection after one’s death).

Community Helpers such as doctors, police officers, firemen, teachers, etc. are taught in the pre-school -to kindergarten curriculum. The people and their jobs will tie the book to what kiddos are learning in school. Although the book covers an element of Islamic Aqeedah it also compliments pre-school/kindergarten curriculum taught in American/British schools domestically and abroad. In Sha Allah.

A Muslimah's writings

“Mommy who is Allah?” by Zainab jones is a wonderful book for Muslim kids explaining the attribute “Al Khaliq” – the creator.


It’s a story of a Little boy called Abdul Rahman who asks his mother about who is Allah and her mother replies him explaining that He is the Creator of every single thing in the universe.
It is perfect for kids as the language is colorful and lively. I simply loved how the mother explains to her son about various things. The book will be loved by kids, as mothers can use actions used in the book. That is how kids need to be taught, using variations in voice, change in tone, using colorful words, hand motions and animated style.


The illustrations are beautiful, colorful and sure to attract and interest young readers. I also like how the mother is wearing a hijab, a full muslim dress.

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Islamic Rhyme for baby – Pillars of Islam.

Lovely. A series of Islamic poems and rhymes for children. Ma Sha Allah! May Allah reward the sister for sharing them with us..

A Muslimah's writings

This is from the series of Islamic poems and rhymes for babies.


La ilaa ha illA-AllaahThere is no God but Allah

He is Ar-Rahman, Ar-Raheem

He made Islam as our deen


Muhammad is Allah’s rasool

He passed to us Quran in full

He showed us how to pray,

Five Salahs every day

Once in a year, Zakat we pay

Fast in Ramadan during the day

Once in our lives, we go to Hajj

If we can afford to pay


These are the five pillars of islam

Also Called as Arkan Al-Islam

Check out other resources for Muslim kids like Islamic games, Islamic stories and quizzes here.

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Book Review: Imagine

A lovely review of the book “Imagine,” by children’s author Shoohada Khanom. I can’t wait to read it myself. 😊

Stoori Khan

“Imagine” is a beautiful children’s book written by Shoohada Khanom and published by Djarabi Kitabs Publishing.

This book revolves around 2 children, Yunus and Saarah. It’s bedtime and Yunus asks Saarah whether they can talk about something interesting?

Saarah tells him to imagine and starts to count the things she wish could happen.

The thing I really liked about this book is that it highlights the loving relationship between the siblings.

Secondly, it teaches the young children to adopt an Islamic lifestyle like reading the Quran, doing tasbeeh, feeding the poor and appreciating one’s family etc.

I would really recommend to buy this book for your children as they will learn the Islamic way of living in a fun, easy and effective way.

Imagine Cover

– Stoori

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FREE EBOOK AND PRESS RELEASE : AL-KHALIQ (THE CREATOR) BY SUSAN ZAINAB JONES

Day 1 of the “Mommy, Who Is Allah?”, book release!
Free E-Book on Amazon! Get yours!!

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MWIA blog tour and launch 8 11 17

NEW MUSLIM CHILDREN’S BOOK FOCUSES ON THE ATTRIBUTE OF ALLAH, AL-KHALIQ

 Al-Khaliq (The Creator) showcases a Muslim teaching moment and a loving bond between a mother and her son.

DALLAS, TX-August 13th, 2017DJARABI KITABS  has published a Muslim children’s book by Author Susan Zainab Jones. It’s titled ‘Al-Khaliq (The Creator) and part of a series of unpublished books called ‘Mommy Who Is Allah?’ 

You can download it for free on Amazon right now at this link :
https://www.amazon.com/AL-Khaliq-Creator-Mommy-Allah-Book-ebook/dp/B074CKWMBR

Book 1 of the “Mommy, Who Is Allah?” series focuses on the attribute of Allah, Al-Khaliq; The Creator. Throughout the story, children will learn that Allah has created all that exists. Join the main character AbdulRahman “Dahumie” as he discovers more on the 11th name and attribute of Allah.

The inspiration to start the series ‘Mommy Who Is Allah’ came for her desire to educate her own…

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Interview series: Zainab Jones, author of Mommy, Who is Allah? | ♡ Memorable life, take a picture! MWIA Al-Khaliq, The Creator is the first book in a series that is dedicated to developing a child’s understanding of Allah through is Attributes by focusing on one or two attributes at a time.

Book 2 is complete and is titled, “Mommy, Who Is Allah?” Al Ahad Allahu As-Samad. This Book helps children to understand that Allah is One. It also encourages children to begin talking to Allah by making Du’ah. A children’s du’ah journal/activity may accompany Book 2. In Sha Allah, I’m presently working on Book 3. MWIA… Continue reading Interview series: Zainab Jones, author of Mommy, Who is Allah? | ♡ Memorable life, take a picture! MWIA Al-Khaliq, The Creator is the first book in a series that is dedicated to developing a child’s understanding of Allah through is Attributes by focusing on one or two attributes at a time.