1.Traveling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta 1325-1354 by: James Rumford
This world traveler, James Rumford, has retold Ibn Battuta's journey through many Islamic lands using written and illustrative storytelling. He weaves intricate and elaborate ancient Arab maps within the story to take you through the life and travels of Ibn Battuta.
Ayesha is a young Muslim girl who is struggling to assimilate into an American school. She becomes a victim of bullying because of two boys ignorance.
Bilal is a witness to Aseya's bullying and wants to stand up for her. But standing up to the bullies also means exposing the fact that Bilal is also Muslim.While Bilal wants to protect his friend, he doesn't want to become the bullies new target.
A heart-warming story about two young people who struggle to find their place and identity. This is a book every child should read and enjoy.
3. Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors by:Hera Khan
This book uses beautiful and colorful illustrations to explain (and celebrate) some Islamic traditions. Fun and informative!