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The White Nights of Ramadan

This picture book for young readers shows how a young girl named Noor who lives with her family in Kuwait prepares for the Muslim festival known as Girgian along with her family Mid Ramadan is a special time for families in the Arabian Persian Gulf These middle days are known as the three whites b. White Nights of Ramadan by Maha Addasi 2008Genre Picture bookFormat BookPlot summary A young Kuwaiti girl and her family celebrate Girgian the three days under the full moon in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan The story focuses on sharing and selflessness Considerations or precautions for readers advisory strong language sex death religious overtones violence etc This is a religious storyReview citation if available Gilani Williams Fawzia School Library Journal January 2011 Vol 54 Issue 9 p170 170Section source used to find the material School library journalRecommended age Ages 4 8

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Ecause they include the day of the full moon the day before and the day after It's a time when children dressed in traditional clothes go from house to house collecting treats from their neighbors When Noor sees the full moon rising signaling the coming of Girgian she and her brothers prepare for. Book level 36 The book tells the story of a young girl and her and her family s preparation for the season of Ramadan There is rich multicultural information in this story It would serve as a great resource for educating my young learners about how people of various cultures and beliefs celebrate different holidays I also believe the pictures in this story were very rich aided in the sharing of the information presented The pictures itself told a story of the preparation for the season of Ramadan Judgment Day the day of Bumperhead the full moon The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas the day before and The Women on the Island the day after It's a Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques time when children dressed in How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal traditional clothes go from house Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, treats from The Witchs Coven their neighbors When Noor sees The Color of Night tells What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings the story of a young girl and her and her family s preparation for Pulse (Frank Quinn, the season of Ramadan There is rich multicultural information in The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico the pictures in Simply Napkins this story were very rich aided in The Unconscious Civilization the sharing of The Complete Tightwad Gazette the information presented The pictures itself The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years told a story of الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية the preparation for Writing and Selling Magazine Articles the season of Ramadan

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The fun Together they decorate the bags they'll carry to collect the candies But along with the fun Noor remembers the true meaning of Ramadan spending time with family and sharing with those less fortunate School Library Journal says An excellent choice for units on diversity and multiculturalism. This book is a narrative non fiction book Noor the girl who is a main character in this story is very excited for celebrating Ramadan It is the time to make candies mixed with powder sugar and nuts make colorful bags with beads and ribbons wear beautiful dresses pray and read Koran and share food baskets to those who are poor Noor learns that Ramadan is for sharing blessings to those who are unfortunate and this is why Noor loves Ramadan so much This book is an excellent book for multiculturalism because there are no negative stereotypes of the represented group and the story tells that Muslims love to share blessings to others make candies and bags and watch a beautiful moon light as other cultural groups would love With this text as a teacher I will help my students to write down the words that are unfamiliar to them for example if students do not know what fanouses means from the book they will find the definition and write a story about it I recommend this book for students to read because it is culturally inclusive


10 thoughts on “The White Nights of Ramadan

  1. says:

    A young Kuwaiti girl and her two little brothers eagerly await the coming of Girgian a holiday celebrated in the Persian Gulf states during the middle of the month of Ramadan at the time of the full moon anticipating the joy of dressing up in

  2. says:

    White Nights of Ramadan by Maha Addasi 2008Genre Picture bookFormat BookPlot summary A young Kuwaiti girl and her family ce

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    Addasi Maha The White Nights of Ramadan illustrated by Ned Gannon Boyds Mill Press 2008 PICTURE BOOK Noor and her family are devout Muslims living on the Rabian Peninsula This year Noor is very eagar for Girgian a festival celebrating the middle of Ramadan when she and her brothers will go from house to house to collect treats The author’s note in the back explains that this particular tradition is celebrarted manily i

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    Book level 36 The book tells the story of a young girl and her and her family's preparation for the season of Ramadan There is rich multicultural information in this story It would serve as a great resource for educating my young learners about how people of various cultures and beliefs celebrate different holidays I also

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    A special celebration for children in the middle of #Ramdan Heart warming #YoungReaders #PictureBook #BookReview

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    Amazing little cultural details Charming descriptions

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    A look at the white nights in the middle of Ramadan Told from a child's perspective Informative text wrapped in her story

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    The White Nights of Ramadan by Maha AddasiIllustrated by Ned Gannon32p Published by Boyds Mills Press 2008Grades K 3 With much excitement and anticipation Noor a young girl in Kuwait explains how her family celebrates Girgian when the moon is full during the holy month of Ramadan Noor and her younger brothers Sam and Dan make candy with honey sugar and nuts to share with the other children in the neighborhood and wrap it in colorful celloph

  9. says:

    This book is a narrative non fiction book Noor the girl who is a main character in this story is very excited for celebrating Ramadan It is the time to make candies mixed with powder sugar and nuts make colorful bags with beads and ribbons wear beautiful dresses pray and read Koran and share food baskets to those who are poor Noor learns that Ramadan is for sharing blessings to those who are unfortunate and thi

  10. says:

    This book tells the story of Noor and her excitement for the three white nights of Ramadan to come She goes through an explanation of preparing peanut brittle to pass out to the neighbors and their beautiful gowns or dishdashas that they will wear during these three nights also called Girgian She also describes her days n Ramdan which include waking up for Fajr early morning prayer and fasting until sunset and having iftar breakin

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