Little Zaid’s Journey to Salah Prayer

(4 customer reviews)


The Islamic Ritualized Prayer is one of the most important pillars of Islam and will be the first thing we’ll be questioned about on the Day of Judgement. It is our duty as parents to teach our kids about the Salah Prayer– in which we connect with our Creator five times a day. We must start teaching our children as early as seven years old as we were instructed by our Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, by creating a positive atmosphere that encourages our child to pray and forming a habit.

★★ Little Zaid’s Journey to Salah ★★ takes us on Zaid’s Salah journey to how he was introduced to the Islamic Ritualized Namaz Prayer. Zaid shares the story of his first trip to his local Masjid (Mosque) with his dad and shares the story of how he went from praying once a day to five times a day.

In this short Islamic Book on Salah Prayer, Zaid learns and teaches about:

  • What Salah is
  • What the purpose of Salah prayer is
  • Why Muslims pray 5 times a day
  • How to perform wudu (ablution)
  • How to perform the Salah Namaz Prayer step by step & more!

What better way to teach your child than learning it from a beautiful little story narrated by their peer which features colorful illustrations that they’ll love and to keep them engaged. The story of Zaid’s Journey to Salah is guaranteed to teach kids Salah prayer, inspire kids to pray, and encourage them to love and look forward to praying and connecting with their Creator.

Grab your copy of this cute Namaz Salah Prayer Book & a kids Salah mat so they can learn to pray Salah!

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4 reviews for Little Zaid’s Journey to Salah Prayer

  1. 1 out of 5

    Brittany T. Correa

    It’s good if you’re looking for something about Salah to read to your kids, but aren’t too picky about quality.

    The typeface of the ebook is sloppy and bunched together, the pictures are a crude and childish accompaniment to the text, even accounting for the taboo on the depiction of human faces in Islamic art, but then the text itself reads like it was written by an outsider who was trying to seem like an authority on Salah. It seems like there was more of an interest in haste than care where the production of this book was concerned.

    3 people found this helpful

  2. 3 out of 5

    Mansoor Ansari

    Okay for older kids, more so boys.

    I got this book for my son. The language is definitely too advanced for any child under 8 years old or so. Simpler language could have been used, but then again this could be a good way to introduce more vocabulary. It would also be better if there was a boy and a girl since in the book the mother and sister are praying at home instead of at the mosque. In America, women can go to the mosque so it would have been nice to have a book reflect that.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Yasmin M.

    My son loves this book

    My son loves this book

    2 people found this helpful

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shim usman

    I was expecting something more with more information

    Wasn’t really happy with it

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