Ali the Inventor Guides City Council! #2
The second installment of a brand new series featuring a young boy who solves neighborhood problems using math and science. Each book highlights a different concept of science, technology, engineering & mathematics or STEM. This adventure follows Ali as he teaches young readers the importance of local government, and how the science behind a simple device can not only generate money, but make positive improvements in city life.
Aisha the Navigator Handles the Bully! #2
This story showcases very practical and proactive steps to solving the difficult problem of childhood bullying. Aisha uses her special navigator bracelet to travel to a key historical point where she meets a little known historical leader and learns first hand how bullying can grow to larger proportions if it is not handled effectively in its early stages. All children will learn helpful tools needed to overcome this universal problem.
Aisha the Navigator Trains a Leader! #1
The series features a girl/entrepreneur who promotes confidence, pride, community development. Each book highlights a different aspect of geography, social studies and world history. This story teaches young girls how to overcome shyness, and rise above having a lack of confidence.
Ali the Inventor Saves the Garden! #1
The first installment of a brand new series featuring a young boy who solves neighborhood problems using math and science. Each book highlights a different concept of science, technology, engineering & mathematics or STEM. It will empower your child, improve self esteem and enhance their curiosity. In this story, Ali helps a neighbor save his fruit/vegetable garden from ruin after understanding how the science of electronics is related to food.
A Worthy Muslim: Quranic Tools needed to Overcome Oppression and Imperialism in order to Institute Justice
Nearly 60% of Muslims born in America are African Americans. Yet their understanding of using Islam in the struggle to overcome institutional racism and its many symptoms are rarely discussed. Why have some Muslim African Americans abandoned the fight for social justice? These questions and more are answered in this book.