About Stories For Muslim Kids

Assalaamu’alaykum keen readers!

Welcome to a  Halal website featuring short stories for Muslim kids and their families. Some stories are Islamic-based. Others are not. However, they have two things in common. Firstly, they aim to teach each and everyone of us a little something, insha Allah. Secondly, they are Halal. Insha Allah.

Nonetheless, we do apologise if you have encountered something unacceptable or Haram.

Enjoy. Bismillah.


3 thoughts on “About Stories For Muslim Kids

  1. Asalam u alaikum wa rehmatullahi wa barakatahu! May Allah (SWT) reward you greatly for your endeavour to spread Islamic teachings and morals amongst the youth. I too enjoy reading and creative writing, and it’s a blessing to see how something we enjoy can actually be used to serve Allah and bring benefit to others. May this be a great source of sadaqa-jaariah for you.

    Love you for the sake of Allah
    Your sister in Islam

    • Wa’alaykum salaam sister Yusra,

      May Allah bless you too and may HE make us all better Muslims with each passing day. May HE help us in our daily challenges as well.

      Sister Yusra, you are indeed too kind with your words. May Allah reward you well for being a keen reader and for your beautiful support.

      Love you too for the sake of Allah.

      With warm regards
      Your sister in Islam

  2. Assalamu Alaikum Wr Wb

    Firstly, I would like to thank you for your efforts developing such an invaluable resource for the international Muslim community. Living in the West, I remember how difficult it was getting access to Islamic books and media as alternatives to what is available locally, so sincerely, JazakumAllah Khairan for all the hard work you’ve put in behind the scenes developing and maintaining this golden asset for Muslims world-wide.

    I am also writing to invite you to read a Muslim children’s ebook and promote it to your followers. In support of your work, I would like to offer your followers a special coupon that gives them a 20% discount when they purchase the ebook through Smashwords. Smashwords allows parents to download the children’s ebook in a format that suits them – whether it be PDF for viewing on a computer, or in a format that can be viewed on a Kindle, iPad or another mobile device.

    I remember when my younger siblings were growing up and I would babysit them, I really struggled finding books I could read them with Islamic themes that they would engage in and that I didn’t have to first break down into language they would grasp!

    I have since published this Islamic kids book called “Bilaal and the Giant Tree” that targets 4-8 year olds, which teaches Islamic values that are not brought up enough such as recycling and saving water. This book is also available on Kindle, Kobo, iBookstore, among other ebook retailers.

    For more information and current reader reviews, visit the following links:




    If you believe your website visitors who are Muslim parents of young children may be interested in this book, I am happy to send you a free copy to help you decide if it will be of benefit to them.

    I look forward to your favourable reply and generating a special coupon to reward your loyal followers.

    Fii Amaanillah

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