Ramadan for Kids – Layla & Zayd Learn About Ramadan

(12 customer reviews)


Ramadan plays a significant role in the Religion of Islam and a Muslim’s life. Hence, kids need to learn about it early on.

 Layla & Zayd Learn About Ramadan by The Sincere Seeker Kids Collection introduces Ramadan to your children in a fun and engaging Ramadan story about a brother and sister’s first Ramadan experience. Along the way, big sister Layla and curious little Zayd learn what Ramadan is and why Muslims fast. The siblings try fasting this year, and the Ramadan story goes on. The purpose of the book is not only to introduce Ramadan to your kids but to get them excited and look forward to Ramadan and fasting.

Parents should encourage their children to fast at a young age, even if it’s only for a few hours a day during the month of Ramadan. They will begin to understand and appreciate the significance of this Holy month and better prepare them for long hours of fasting in the future. This book aims to spark your child’s interest in Ramadan. Grab a copy of this cute Ramadan book for Kids! Ramadan Mubarak!

♥♥ 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.

The Sincere Seeker’s Islamic Online Bookstore contains some of Amazon’s best-selling Islamic books for adults, kids, & new converts to the Islamic Religion. These Muslim Books make great Eid gift books for kids & Ramadan books for Kids include Quran books, Hadith books, goodnight stories from the Quran for kids, Islamic stories for children, Ramadan books for kids, Prophets stories for kids, Islamic board books, Islamic books for babies, preschool Islamic books, Islamic books for toddlers, Quran for kids, books for new converts, stories of the Prophets from the Quran for kids, & more. Purchase your Islamic children’s books from the Sincere Seeker Islamic Online Shop now!

This book makes great Ramadan & Eid gifts for children as well as great Ramadan activities for kids. Grab your copy of one of Amazon’s top-selling Ramadan books for kids & children that help teach kids about Ramadan and some Ramadan decorations to get your Muslim kids excited about Ramadhan! Ramadan Kareem to you and your families!

12 reviews for Ramadan for Kids – Layla & Zayd Learn About Ramadan

  1. 5 out of 5


    Great book about Ramadan for kids

    Perfect book to help my son understand more about Ramadan ( very hard to find books that don’t have images). I do think it’s a bit pricy for a paperback book but all the same happy with purchase.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hawa Tarki

    Pictures inside the book were not like on front page

    Story was good but pictures inside were not good my grandson was not happy when he saw the pictures he said he doesnt understand the pictures

  3. 5 out of 5


    Surprised by the illustrations.

    When we opened the book we were completely thrown off by the illustrations. I hadn’t read when I ordered it that it was illustrated by kids.My kids seemed to like that though. But buyer beware the illustrations on the cover do not match what is inside.

    One person found this helpful

  4. 5 out of 5


    Good book that covers Ramadan for children

    Read to my younger two in Ramadan and they enjoyed it.There are some minor spelling errors , otherwise excellent book. Looking forward to more titles from author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Martha Roderick

    Very simple

    Very simply written and easy to understand for little through luttle omes eyes

  6. 5 out of 5


    Great great great

    Great! Sums up Ramadan.Lots of Curiosity and discussions to have after reading the story

  7. 5 out of 5


    Love reading

    Kids should all love reading books. Mine do!

  8. 4 out of 5


    Great and Informative Book with several spelling and grammatical errors.

    Great book for kids learning about Ramadan and it’s values, along with Eid. It’s informative. My 5 year old son enjoys reading it by himself, masha’Allah! However, the book has several spelling and grammatical errors that need to be corrected.

    3 people found this helpful

  9. 5 out of 5


    I don’t have any explain

    Love it

  10. 5 out of 5


    Cover art is deceiving

    The cover art does not match the inside of the book at all, so I was quite disappointed when I saw the art on the inside, as there was no preview available of the inside of the book. If the actual art were on the cover, I would not have purchased this book.

    4 people found this helpful

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jane mand

    Ramadan was a gift for a neighbour wee boy

    Great book for children

  12. 5 out of 5


    English needs to be improved

    It’s a lovely idea and a good effort but unfortunately the English needs to be corrected – just small grammatical errors which can be easily corrected.For example“After they finish reading Quran, Zayd & Layla’s stomachs starts to rumble”Should be“After they finish reading Quran, Zayd and Layla’s stomachs start to rumble”(No ‘s’ after start)On the next page:“Says dad he grabs some dates”Could be“Says dad as he grabs some dates” or “says dad and he grabs some dates”Similar errors on almost every page.

    2 people found this helpful

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