Hijab Book for Muslim Girls – My Big Sister’s Hijab

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God made the wearing of the Hijab scarf an obligation and instructed Muslim women to wear the head covering in the Holy Quran. So, wearing it is an act of righteousness and an act of obedience to Allah (God). A Muslim woman wears the Hijab to gain the pleasure of her Master. It is the core teaching of Islam that whatever God instructs one to do; it is always best for them to follow the instruction—whether one may understand the logic behind it or not.

Islam stresses the relationship between the body and the mind. In covering her body, a Muslima woman shields her heart from spiritual impurities. A Muslimah woman wears the Hijab to uphold Islam’s code of modesty. Islam’s code of modesty extends to all aspects of one’s life, including their dress and how they carry themselves. A Muslim’s clothing is an outer manifestation of inner purity, beauty, and humility, as wearing the Hijab for women embodies moral conduct, character, manners, and speech. Like any other act of worship, the act of dressing modestly and wearing a Hijab will require faith, sacrifice, discipline, and patience. Dressing modestly strengthens the relationship between you and your Lord.

This cute Hijab Islamic book for Muslim girls aims to inspire & educate about the importance of wearing the Hijab for women for the sake of God alone and ignore the outside noise, ignore people’s stares and comments, and realize that this journey is worth the struggle.

★★ Sophia’s Journey to Learning About Hijab & Loving it for Muslim Girls & Muslim Women ★★ is a cute hijab book for kids about a story where Sophia looks up to her older sister Mina, who means the world to her. As Sophia gets older, she starts to take notice of her big sister’s dedication to her hijab scarf. She observes her sister wearing the hijab at school and their family’s restaurant. Sophia grows curious and asks her big sister Mina why she wears a hijab and what it represents. The story ends with a surprise, and a new chapter of life starts for Sophia.

Grab your copy of this cute ♥ Hijab Children’s Islamic Book w/ pictures ♥ assisting your daughter in understanding & getting comfortable with wearing the hijab.

♥♥ About The Sincere Seeker Kids Collection ♥♥
The most significant & longest-lasting inheritance you can gift your child as a parent is a proper Islamic upbringing & knowledge of Islam. As a parent, you must teach your children about Allah (God), the Holy Quran, the religion & lifestyle of Islam, & about Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. Every parent must instill interest & love for Islam among their children at an early age, so they can grow up with an Islamic mindset & lifestyle. Every household must set a daily time to develop and grow their child’s connection with Allah to nourish their souls. Just like our physical bodies need food & water to grow & nourish, our souls need the remembrance of Allah & the recitation of the Holy Quran to enrich, nourish, & give life to our souls.

The Sincere Seeker Kids Collection is designed to introduce and teach your children the essentials they need to know about Allah (God), the Holy Koran, Islam, Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him, Hadith for kids, the five pillars of Islam, the 6 articles of faith in Islam, & more in an easy, fun, & educational way. The love of Allah is already instilled in our children’s hearts, and it is our duty as parents to help develop, nurture, & sustain that love & bond at an early age. A fun way to start introducing these concepts to your children is through reading to them & encouraging them to read. Nothing beats sitting with your children & bonding with them with beneficial & interesting concepts of Islam & the Coran. Every page in each book introduces a topic with delightful, colorful illustrations to help your children understand & appreciate each component of Islam.

4 reviews for Hijab Book for Muslim Girls – My Big Sister’s Hijab

  1. 1 out of 5


    Not accurate.

    This book is misleading, not Quranic and reinforces oppressive attitudes toward women. The story says that God asks women to wear a “hijab”. This is not accurate. If the explanation were more thoughtful and discussed the hijab as a cultural practice, then maybe I would read this to my kids.

    2 people found this helpful

  2. 3 out of 5

    Dariga S.

    Too short

    Too short

  3. 5 out of 5



    Like the story

    2 people found this helpful

  4. 4 out of 5


    Cute little book

    This was a short but cute book. Great for little girls being comfortable and interested in wearing the hijab. Beautiful

    3 people found this helpful

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