Night of the Moon: A Muslim Holiday Story

Hena Khan (Author) Julie Paschkis (Illustrator)
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Description

Now in paperback, this sweet tale follows Yasmeen, a seven-year-old Pakistani-American girl, as she celebrates the Muslim holidays of Ramadan, "The Night of the Moon" (Chaand Raat), and Eid. With lush illustrations that evoke Islamic art, this beautiful story offers a peek into modern Muslim culture--and into the ancient roots of its most cherished traditions.

Product Details

Price
$7.99  $7.35
Publisher
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
April 17, 2018
Pages
36
Dimensions
8.0 X 0.2 X 10.9 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781452168968

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About the Author

Hena Khan is the author of numerous books for children, including Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns: A Muslim Book of Colors and Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets: A Muslim Book of Shapes. She lives in Rockville, Maryland.

Julie Paschkis is an artist and illustrator. Her illustrations can be seen in Night Garden, which was selected by the New York Times as one of the 10 best illustrated books of 2000. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

Reviews

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Sweet and visually striking, this is a good choice both for children who celebrate these holidays and for others seeking a bridge to their culture.

BOOKLIST, STARRED REVIEW
...a vibrant, visually exciting treatment .the upbeat tone of the writing is matched by Paschkis\' lively, jewel-like art...

KIRKUS REVIEWS
Warm, lovely, homey.

BOOKLIST, STARRED REVIEW
...a vibrant, visually exciting treatment.the upbeat tone of the writing is matched by Paschkis\' lively, jewel-like art...

BOOKLIST, STARRED REVIEW
...a vibrant, visually exciting treatment .the upbeat tone of the writing is matched by Paschkis\' lively, jewel-like art...

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Sweet and visually striking, this is a good choice both for children who celebrate these holidays and for others seeking a bridge to their culture.

KIRKUS REVIEWS
Warm, lovely, homey.