Now I Can Understand The Quran Level 1 (Paperback)

Now I Can Understand The Quran Level 1 By Hana Abazid, Ruydah Qassem Cover Image
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Intended for children/beginners in Quran, including as a Quran curriculum for schools, this book equips you with the resources to better understand the meanings of the Quran. Verse by verse and starting from Surah Al-Humazah (The Backbiters), going to Surah At-Teen (The Fig), but excluding Surah Al-Bayyinah, you will find the original Arabic text, accompanied by its English translation, transliteration, fun images, and engaging activities to assist in learning about these short Surahs Starting to read and understand the Quran doesn't have to be hard and simplifying and encouraging the process in various ways to accommodate the different ways people learn is one of the biggest goals in creating this book

Product Details
ISBN: 9781088040232
ISBN-10: 1088040233
Publisher: Hana Abazid
Publication Date: August 25th, 2022
Pages: 136
Language: English


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