Goodnight Stories from the Quran

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Goodnight Stories from the Quran is the answer to every child’s longing to hear a good bedtime story. It contains a careful selection of thirty-three magnificent Quranic tales retold in age-appropriate language. A simple text and fabulous colour illustrations, which bring the narratives vividly to life, make the message of the Quran more meaningful for children. The book offers a special dimension to these wonderful goodnight stories, and acts as a foundation on which to build a growing knowledge of the Quran.

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  1. So funny you bring t

    Posted by Hiroshi on 7th Jan 2014

    So funny you bring this up now because my litlte one (14 months) has just started getting really into Goodnight Moon and asking me to read it to him constantly. Good thing it's so brilliant it NEVER gets old! Also, it made me wonder if anyone has ever actually designed a room after the green room in the book with a fireplace and rocking chair and orange floors. Sounds like your room growing up was pretty incredible you shared it with four sisters?! Wow. Do you think that inspired the person you are now (it must have) and played a role in the size of family you wanted for yourself? I am just imagining that from a very early aged you learned to share and cope with having a lot of people in your life and space which I bet makes you a kick-ass mom of three now. I'm not sure I'd do as well as you with three litlte ones. Jury's still out!

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  3. I do try to go into

    Posted by Laxmi on 7th Jan 2014

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  4. I've decided I'm goi

    Posted by Julio on 8th Jan 2014

    I've decided I'm going to <a href="">beocme</a> more involve with the blog For the past couple of months I haven't been reading it every day (more like once a week) because uni has been taking over my life. But I'm going to try and put aside 10 minutes for each day to read your blog and comment, because I believe that would be 10 minutes very well spent. For starters, someone said they were jealous of Melbourne's weather Don't be! It's raining and cloudy and cold. Though I say cold It's probably like Summer for you guys. About 13 degrees today.

  5. Just as well I went

    Posted by Tonyqrastta on 8th Jan 2014

    Just as well I went to see you on Friday! My friends an I had a great time. I liked your idea of<a href=""> wntiirg</a> comments on notebook and projecting them as people come in. I am sometimes weary sitting in the front in case I get picked' on but I had to because one of my friends was in a wheelchair. Just next to me a couple set next to me almost at your show's end. They reeked of alcohol. I thought they were quite rude being so late and drink instead to come and see you for the whole thing I mean why bother? I thought you were quite gentle on them !

  6. I teach 4-7 year old

    Posted by Anderson on 8th Jan 2014

    I teach 4-7 year olds so some if my favourites are a liltte bit too old for your liltte one just yet but the children adore the gruffalo and most other books by Julia Donaldson, the tiger who came to tea, funny bones, aliens love underpants and blue balloon and liltte red hen (both great for younger children). I'm also surprised by how much children today loved Peter rabbit. I thought it would be a liltte too old fashioned but they got so excited when I first read it and ask for it all the time! X

  7. Yes its true but do

    Posted by Kanika on 8th Jan 2014

    Yes its true but do not get the ummah confuse <a href="">beweten</a> Jesus and Jesus Christ. Jesus (Prophet Isa) was saved by Allah and the guy being crucified is a different person who look like Jesus. So the Christian believes the guy being crucified is son of God and they called him Jesus Christ.What im trying to say is:Jesus that was saved by Allah is Prophet Isa (in Islam)Jesus Christ is the guy being crucified. Which we (Muslims) believes its not Prophet Isa (Jesus) himself. Just my opinion

  8. My husband and I wer

    Posted by Agustin on 8th Jan 2014

    My husband and I were at Saturday nhtigs show and we had a blast, we loved it. Mind you we had been waiting a long time for you to return to Melbourne. The people who walked out early and those who arrived very late, rude! I loved how you started with the notebook session. When you walked on and sat down we wanted to start clapping and cheering but being British we just sat pointing at you!You can't please all of the people all of the time. We were happy and look forward to reading your book .

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    Posted by Rackell on 9th Jan 2014

    This verse brought to mind this one:Black Stone on a White StoneI will die in Paris while it rains,on a day which I<a href=""> aelardy</a> remember.I will die in Paris—and I do not run away—perhaps in the Autumn, on a Thursday,as it is today.It will be a Thursday, because today,the Thursday that I write these lines,my bones feel the turn,and never so much as today, in all my road,have I seen myself alone.Cesar Vallejo

  10. It has saddened the

    Posted by Sonali on 24th Jan 2014

    It has saddened the hetars and minds of people from all around the world. I truly do not understand why something like this had to happen. What I do know is that we, as a country, need to enact laws to make sure that this never happens again. Every time they show a photos of the children, I cry all over again. Such a senseless and tragic act! [url=]cdbfxjgcev[/url] [link=]perthtss[/link]

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