Two Pigeons on a Pilgrimage: A Hajj Story

£6.99 £5.99

Follow two pigeons as they leave their nest and join millions of pilgrims performing Hajj.

Where will they go?
What will they see?
How will they feel?

This book is the perfect introduction to Hajj for kids!
It’s written in rhyme and goes in the order of steps Muslims take to perform Hajj. The adorable illustrations have been done by 12-year-old Aisha Dean, ma shaa Allah! It contains a Hajj diagram, 2 activities plus, a child-friendly glossary of 40 Islamic/Arabic terms related to Hajj and Makkah.

This is a 52 page Paperback (not a board-book)

Suitable for 3 years and upwards

PRICE £6.99 £5.99

Our *Perfect Bound* Hajj books have SOLD OUT!!! Alhamdulillah! So we are now selling our *Saddle Stitched* school supply of stock to our website customers…

What’s the difference?

*Perfect bound* is the type of binding (how the book is held together) that we expect a paperback book to have. A little spine with pages glued or stitched inside. The sold out Hajj book for customers is perfect bound with a coated glossy cover. (See the book on the left in the pics)

*Saddle Stitched* is when a book is held together with staples. (The book on the right) These are great for schools that need to flatten the book to photocopy pages etc. The cover is not coated so it’s not as glossy as the above version.
Due to the difference in binding etc our Saddle Stitched books are £5.99, not £6.99. You’re still getting glossy pages inside and the same content, it’s just the outside is a little different.

If you don’t want the Saddle Stitched version and prefer to buy the Perfect Bound books please see our list of UK & International retailers!

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Also available from:    Amazon     Barnes & Noble     The Book Depository

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A portion of the sale of this book will be donated to Ummah Welfare Trust to go towards the construction and maintenance of a girl’s hostel in West Bengal. Desperate poverty in the region of The Sundarbans has led to young girls being married off to wealthy elderly men from neighbouring states, and a significant proportion of girls are being forced into prostitution. The hostel, once built, will support up to 300 potential victims.

For more information about this charity organisation, visit: www.uwt.org

For more information about their Ummah Girls Academy project, Click Here.

 

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