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Daniel speaking at Watkins Books
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Although The 99 Names is intended for Muslim children, it’s really a treasure for all ages and faiths...and would be a fine addition to any religious library. I defy anyone to read this book and not come away with a deeper appreciation of God’s presence in the universe.
I’ve learned more about the Names, my favourite is Al-Khaliq. I will tell my friend to read it because it tells you more about our religion and helps us learn about the Names. I can read it with my parents as well and we can learn together.
An inspiring and colourful guide to the Divine Names for children, parents and teachers that creatively introduces readers to names that describe Allah.
We offer fun and inspiring tailored workshops based on faith and spirituality that can cover RE, English, Art and Drama among other subjects.
A collection of weird and wonderful stories adapted from the poetry of Rumi and inspired by his great spirit.