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52 Ramadan Books For Kids

There are approximately 75 days till Ramadan and I’m on a mission to get prepared this year. The goal is to have all my activities planned out, Inshalah. I want to be able to get the most out of our blessed month, so that means having a master plan in place. All my projects need to be downloaded, prepped and all my supplies purchased and at the the ready. It’s nice to have the children involved in interactive crafts and activities that teach them about the meaning and benefits of Ramadan.

Ramadan books for my kids are on my list of things I need. The other night I was up late, looking at a few Ramadan books for Kids. I decided to compile a list of the books that I found. I believe I may find some of these books at our local library, inshallah.


  1. Holidays Around the World: Celebrate Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr by Deborah Heiligman

  2. Fasting and Dates: A Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr Story (Festival Time!) by Jonny Zucker

  3. Three Muslim Festivals by Ibrahim Ali Aminah

  4. Ramadan by Suhaib Hamid Ghazi

  5. A Party in Ramadan by Asma Mobin-Uddin MD

  6. Welcome Ramadan! by Lila Assiff-Tarabain

  7. Amana Reading Series – First Fast

  8. Hurray! It’s Ramadan  by Bakkar, Mennah I.

  9. The White Nights of Ramadan, Hardcover by Maha Addasi

  10. Ramadan Crafts for Kids by Dana Jadallah, Dana Amer

  11. Imran Learns About Ramadan by Sajda Nazlee

  12. Layla Deen and the Case of the Ramadan Rogue by  Yahiya Emerick     For ages 9-12

  13. The Blessings of Ramadan by Javed Ali

  14. Living Ramadan for Children Who Think  by Elma Harder

  15. Boy vs. Girl by Na’ima B. Robert     For ages 13 and up.

  16. Ramadan The Month of Fasting Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

  17. Ramadhan Fun Pack by Siddiqa Juma

  18. Ramadan And The Quran; Quran Stories For Little Hearts by Saniyasnain Khan

  19. The Best Eid Ever  by Asma Mobin-Uddin, Laura Jacobsen

  20. Ameena’s Ramadan Diary: A Practical Guide to Getting the Best Out of Fasting and Ramadan by Sara Kabil & Abubakr El-banna

  21. Eid and Ramadan Songs

  22. Ramadan by Susan L. Douglass

  23. Moon Watchers: Shirin’s Ramadan Miracle Hardcover  by Reza Jalali

  24. Sweet Dates to Eat by Jonny Zucker

  25. Ramadan Rookie Read-About Holidays by David F. Ma

  26. Celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr with Ama Fatima by Fawzia Gilani-Williams

  27. My First Ramadan by Karen Katz

  28. Samira’s Eid (Arabic and English Edition) by Nasreen Aktar

  29. Lailah’s Lunchbox Hardcover by Reem Faruqi

  30. A Night of Power: A Ramadan Story by Nancy-Jo Taiani

  31. Nabeel’s New Pants: An Eid Tale by Fawzia Gilani-Williams

  32. The Last Night of Ramadan  by Maissa Hamed

  33. Ramadan- Count and Celebrate! by Fredrick L. McKissack, Lisa Beringer Mckissack

  34. Max Celebrates Ramadan (Read-It! Readers: The Life of Max)  by Adria F Worsham

  35. Ramadan by Farah Kinani

  36. Fatimah’s First Fasting Day  by Mini Mu’min Publications

  37. The Lost Ring by Fawzia Gilani-Williams

  38. Ramadhan and Eid-ul-Fitr by Azra Jessa

  39. Ramadan Memory Book By Umm Ibrahim

  40. Ramadan and Fasting Activity Book (Discover Islam Sticker Activity Books) by Aysenur Gunes

  41. Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors  by Hena Khan

  42. The Jinni on the Roof: A Ramadan Story byNatasha Rafi

  43. The Jilbab Makers Eid Gift  by Fawzia Gilani

  44. Eid Kareem Ameer Saab!  by Fawzia Gilani-Williams

  45. Aminah and Aisha’s Eid Gifts by Fawzia Gillani-Williams

  46. Haleem and Kaleem’s Eid Gifts by Fawzia Gilani

 52 Ramadan and Eid Books For Kids

Eid Picture Books

  1. An Eid for Everyone by Hina Islam

  2. Ilyas & Duck & FANTASTIC FESTIVAL OF EID-AL-FITR by Omar Khawaja and Leo Antolini

  3. An Eid Story: Husna and the Eid Party Hardcover by Fawzia Gilani-Williams

  4. I’m Learning About Eid-ul-Fitr

  5. Searching for the Eid Moon  by Thuraya Ali

  6. The Gift of Eid


Well that’s all folks. I hope you found this list helpful. If you know of any other Ramadan books for kids, please share the tittles and links in the comment section below. Thanks for stopping by and please come visit us again. 🙂

Jamila is a homeschool mom, author, blogger, entrepreneur and sometimes gardener.

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