A ROARSOME RHYMING BOOK that follows twin brother and sister as they leave a museum, pondering what life would be like if dinosaurs were alive and if they were Muslims too.
This book was written with both Muslim and non-Muslim audiences in mind to foster understanding and respect. It can be used as a starting point for discussions to address and help tackle discrimination and hate aimed at Muslims (including children). Sadly, racism and discrimination are also prevalent within the Muslim community itself. This book aims to teach Muslim children about some basic Islamic practices whilst highlighting the importance of finding commonalities with people of different backgrounds.
The book includes an engaging activity at the end and has further suggestions for activities.