Watch Water is the 4th book in the series. The story’s hero is Rudi from South Africa who understands why water conservation is so important, having seen it first hand in his home country.
The book highlights water scarcity in the Middle East and why fashion and diet have such an impact on our water footprint. There are desert camping adventures and football antics in the garden, but the highlight is the children modelling ethical outfits at the
Eco-Fashion Festival. Guess which Eco-hero will not be invited back to next year’s festival?!
The Eco-heroes and The Plastic Planet is the third in the series and follows the adventures of Sundos with her family and friends on a day trip to the beach.
The story highlights how plastic is present in so many aspects of our daily lives without us realising the true extent of its impact.Filled with plenty of humour, this book touches on aspects of traditional local culture, family and friendship whilst delivering a
clear message on plastic pollution and ocean conservation.
Fight For Food follows cheeky Finlay the Food Fanatic as he buys, prepares, eats, shares (and saves) food with his friends. They embark on a picnic in a local park and make the best chocolate cake the UAE has ever seen.
There are plenty of silly encounters in the story and brilliant illustrations of the characters and recognisable local landmarks. but more importantly, so much opportunity for children to learn the critical messages about the importance of food and how it relates
to the environment around them
The first book in the 5 book series, introduces us to The Eco-heroes – Ahmed, Sundos, Rudi, Maria and Finlay. These lovable Dubai school friends embark on a series of fun adventures, all the while aspiring to make their school and community more ec0-friendly
In Recycling Trip Trouble, when the Eco-heroes go on a school trip to a recycling plant, things don’t go quite as expected! Read about the five school friends as they investigate a recycling factory and get up to a little bit of mischief. Maybe your next school
trip could be the same…
What is Ramadan?’ is an activity book aimed at children from multicultural backgrounds to help them understand what this month is about. There are characters depicting children from 10 different countries who talk about what Ramadan means to them and how they celebrate it. There are activities, quizzes, crafts, and recipes to keep children engrossed and entertained all while they imbibe the lesson that despite having different cultural and religious backgrounds, we are all united by common values of compassion, family, kindness, and sharing.
Our Ramadan 2021 publication, ‘After Iftar Tales’ contains a unique collection of curated short stories written by members from our community around the world. With diverse characters and heartwarming plot lines, these stories share with us a glimpse of life in Ramadan in a variety of everyday situations.
With 142 pages and a beautiful midnight blue cover and gold foiled accents, ‘After Iftar Tales’ is a must-have for your Ramadan Collection this year.
A 56-page, hardcover, full-color journal that takes children around the world to 15 different countries. Designed for Muslim children, this journal is packed with Ramadan facts, recipes, and activities along with references to the Quran, Hadith, and duas for children.
A friendly hungry whale reminds a little boy to ‘Always say Bismillah’ before biting into his favorite food. The vibrant visuals tell a story and transport children into an aquatic adventure where they ride waves and go underwater to be guests at the table of the friendly whale.
The Alhamdulillah Book takes you on a soothing walk through nature, to look around and consciously acknowledge the splendor of Allah’s creation. It prompts you and your child to connect the things you experience to the word Alhamdulillah, a word that has an immense depth of meaning. The colorful visuals encourage exploration and mindfulness while inculcating the habit of remembering and thanking Allah.