Nadia is a toddler and says things as purely and honestly as she sees them. Through the innocent eyes of Nadia, in this book we learn about Islam and the Shahadah, the testimony of faith. When she visits the mosque with her sister and mother she sees a new Muslim announcing his embrace of Islam. As the community welcomes their new friend, little Nadia discovers the joy of faith. As Nadia grows, we will continue to follow her through her discoveries of the remaining pillars of Islam, including Salaat, Zakat, Hajj, and Ramadan.
About the Author
Kim Nisha Baten was born in Canada and has lived in Maryland most of her life. She was raised under another religion, and then found the tranquility and beauty of Islam after marrying into the religion. She is a mother of four, an active volunteer in her children's schools, and a pediatrician. Her wish is to help others better understand the religion of Islam from a simple perspective. With this book, it is her dream to educate and inspire the young and old, those who have newly found Islam, and those who wish to learn about Islam. Marisa Lu is an award-winning illustrator and designer. She was a fanatic doodler as a kid, dreamed of being a concept artist, and now applies her fine art background in rapid prototyping and visualizing for her design projects, research for speech-driven animated books, and of course, the occasional illustration commission.