Author Hena Khan on her children's books that bring to life the beauty and traditions of Islam.
This year, our faith is also at the center of a peculiar election in America, where Islam not only (inevitably) links to foreign policy, but to fear, hate, and the freedom to live as ourselves.
When children are exposed to other religions early on, it allows for greater understanding of common ideas and moral beliefs across faiths.
Read stories of everyday Muslim Americans.
Jeanette Winter's picture books introduces young readers to people from around the world making a difference in their communities.
We feature books on Islamic innovations and ideas that continue to be used in the modern world.
I was two years old then and was oblivious to the fatal war surrounding me in my birth-town Kabul, Afghanistan.
Naheed Senzai talks about her hopes and vision for a diverse world of children's literature.
Award wining children's author Rukhsana Khan seamlessly frames the universal problems of growing up within different cultural contexts.
Fadi looked at them in growing annoyance. I bet none of them ran away and lost their kid sister in the process