During Ramadan, Zubair attempts to connect with his culture through food content on social media ... he ultimately ends up getting schooled by his grandmother on how to prepare a traditional dish.
The series follows Maysa and Musa Malik, two twins who must put aside their differences in order to work together to solve a mystery.
According to the author, “The Hysterical Girls of St. Bernadette’s” is “a book about complicated relationships, about trauma, and about what it takes for girls to be believed.”
The book, which is Rana’s debut, has been described as “All My Rage” by Sabaa Tahir meets Elizabeth Acevedo's “The Poet X.”
Lahaj begins her family epic in Lebanon at the turn of the 20th century and incorporates the unique perspectives of three generations on how one becomes an American.
The book, described as a “heartfelt coming-of-age novel in verse,” tells the powerful story of a seventh grade Syrian American boy and his struggles, big and small, as he navigates middle school.
The book, which is for middle grade readers, was written by comedian and disability activist Maysoon Zayid and illustrated by Shadia Amin.
“Longing for Haifa” was written by Mohammed al-Qudwa, a young Palestinian poet living in Gaza.
These books not only reflect the uniquely intersectional experiences of Black Muslims but also challenge stereotypes and offer nuanced perspectives on faith, identity and social justice.
Omotoni’s book, a YA mystery romance about two Nigerian cousins at a predominantly white private school, made big waves when it debuted last year.
NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Writes Empowering Children’s Book “We Are Free, You & Me” With Wife Nessa Diab
The book celebrates the principles of Kaepernick and Diab’s Know Your Rights Camp, an organization that advances the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities and elevates the next generation of change leaders, inspiring thousands of young people.
Alyan, a psychologist and author in the Palestinian diaspora, is known for her previous novels "Salt Houses" and “The Arsonists' City.” She has been an outspoken advocate for Palestine’s freedom, and more recently, a cease-fire in the Israel-Gaza conflict.
Get excited for these upcoming kids books from Muslim American authors, announced in Publishers Weekly.