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Proudest Blue  A Story
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الكمية اقتربت من النفاذ، سارع بالشراء
دار النشر : شركة ذات السلاسل

عدد التقييمات 4389 - عدد التعليقات 780
عدد التقييمات 2
تاريخ النشر 2017
اسم الناشر Penguin
المؤلف Simon Sinek,David Mead,Peter Docker,
التصنيفات Business & Economics,

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A powerful, vibrantly illustrated story about the first day of school - and two sisters on one's first day of hijab - by Olympic medalist and social justice activist Ibtihaj Muhammad. With her new backpack and light-up shoes, Faizah knows the first day of school is going to be special. It's the start of a brand new year and, best of all, it's her older sister Asiya's first day of hijab - a hijab of beautiful blue fabric, like the ocean waving to the sky. But not everyone sees hijab as beautiful, and in the face of hurtful, confusing words, Faizah will find new ways to be strong. Paired with Hatem Aly's beautiful, whimsical art, Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad and Morris Award finalist SK Ali bring readers an uplifting, universal story of new experiences, the unbreakable bond between siblings,

عن المؤلف


Ibtihaj MuhammadS.K. Ali(Contributor)Hatem Aly(Illustrator)

Ibtihaj Muhammad is a fencer and the first Muslim American woman in hijab to compete for the United States in the Olympic Games. She is also the first female Muslim American to medal at the Olympic Games, winning bronze in the womens saber team event. An activist, speaker, and entrepreneur, Ibtihaj has written a memoir, Proud, and inspired the first hijabi Barbie in her likeness. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 36
وزن الشحن 476 جرام
نوع المجلد Hardcover
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم المنتج ‪ 904-THATALSALASEL-0713
رقم ISBN ‪ 9780316519007
التصنيفات لغة عربية, محتوى-انجليزي
بإمكانك الدفع بعملتك المحلية أو ببطاقة الإئتمان.
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آراء القراء



القارئ Kathryn  
"Asiya-s hijab isn-t a whisper.Asiya-s hijab is like the sky on a sunny day.The sky isn-t a whisper.It-s always there, special and normal."10/10 "Asiya-s hijab isn-t a whisper.Asiya-s hijab is like the sky on a sunny day.The sky isn-t a whisper.It-s always there, special and normal."10/10

القارئ Natalya Botero  
(2019)This story is about a an older sister through a younger sisters perspective. Faizah is excited for school and thinks her sister looks so beautiful in her blue hijab. Unfortunately, the other children at school are not nice about it. Faizah talks about the beauty of the hijab and its importance. (Children-s lit- Fiction) (2019)This story is about a an older sister through a younger sisters perspective. Faizah is excited for school and thinks her sister looks so beautiful in her blue hijab. Unfortunately, the other children at school are not nice about it. Faizah talks about the beauty of the hijab and its importance. (Children-s lit- Fiction)

القارئ Kaylin  
The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family Ibtihaj Muhammad Ibtihaj Muhammad-s book, The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family, illustrated by Hatem Aly, is a beautiful story about a young girl, Faizah, amazed by her sister Asiya because it was her first day wearing a hijab. Asiya wears this to school and Faizah notices other kids making fun of her. This upsets Faizah however, she realizes now her sister h beauty and strength than ever before. In this book, it contains images in The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family Ibtihaj Muhammad Ibtihaj Muhammad-s book, The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family, illustrated by Hatem Aly, is a beautiful story about a young girl, Faizah, amazed by her sister Asiya because it was her first day wearing a hijab. Asiya wears this to school and Faizah notices other kids making fun of her. This upsets Faizah however, she realizes now her sister h beauty and strength than ever before. In this book, it contains images in every page, it-s almost like each page is its own story. The illustrations express every scene of this book and shows how each character was feeling with the style and choice of images. The story was extremely heartfelt and really emphasized the importance of family. It would be a very beneficial book for young children to read because it can teach that although others are different from one another, you should always be proud of who you are. I believe this is a very beautiful lesson every single child should be taught at a young age.

القارئ Ruzaika  
Such a gorgeous, beautiful, empowering story - loved it so much (and so did my little niece!)

القارئ marsela  
this is the sweetest children-s book ever and the illustrations are so stunning. such an important book for Muslim children to see themselves and specifically hijabis represented positively!!(read for my seminar class) this is the sweetest children-s book ever and the illustrations are so stunning. such an important book for Muslim children to see themselves and specifically hijabis represented positively!!(read for my seminar class)

القارئ sam  
so!! pretty!!

القارئ Karen Witzler  
A simple and direct affirmation for hijab wearing girls from the Olympic fencer.It is just a scarf, but one with special significance. I live in a community where one might see head coverings- Jewish, Muslim, Catholic - on many people out and about. This is a nice picture book about a girl and her hijab.

القارئ Suezette Given  
Beautiful words and illustrations

القارئ Sara Qasim  
Such a lovely book, I think it would have been one of my favorite books if I were 9 years old, that-s when I first started wearing hijab."Some people don-t understand your hijab, but if you understand who you are, one day they will too." Such a lovely book, I think it would have been one of my favorite books if I were 9 years old, that-s when I first started wearing hijab."Some people don-t understand your hijab, but if you understand who you are, one day they will too."

القارئ Ms. B  
As James Brown said, "Say it loud, say it proud." Except in this book, he could sing, "Say it loud, wear it proud, wear it in a crowd."A celebration of religious freedom, there is no reason to be ashamed of your faith in this first day of school stories about sisters, Asiya and Faizah. What happens when Asiya wears a hijab for the first time? As James Brown said, "Say it loud, say it proud." Except in this book, he could sing, "Say it loud, wear it proud, wear it in a crowd."A celebration of religious freedom, there is no reason to be ashamed of your faith in this first day of school stories about sisters, Asiya and Faizah. What happens when Asiya wears a hijab for the first time?

القارئ QueenAmidala28  
This book is beyond fantastic. It is told through the eyes of a younger sister who passionately looks up to her older sister-s maturity. It answers the harrowing questions of other school kids who ask, "why is she wearing that? what is that?" You have to read this to hear Faizah-s beautiful answers. It covers school bullies and other curious children asking about Faizah-s culture. My favorite line is from their mother who says "Don-t carry around the hurtful words that others say. Drop them. The This book is beyond fantastic. It is told through the eyes of a younger sister who passionately looks up to her older sister-s maturity. It answers the harrowing questions of other school kids who ask, "why is she wearing that? what is that?" You have to read this to hear Faizah-s beautiful answers. It covers school bullies and other curious children asking about Faizah-s culture. My favorite line is from their mother who says "Don-t carry around the hurtful words that others say. Drop them. They are not yours to keep" (Muhammad, 2020). I was also shocked by the last few pages which feature a full page of the amazing author who is a wondrous woman of color. On the following page is a letter to the reader. It will break your heart to hear the reasons why she wrote this book. This book is very well written AND illustrated. Vibrant, bold colors highlight every page. It is not for babies per-say but older school age children will appreciate and understand this book without a doubt. This is a great book for teaching cultural diversity or talking with your child about the purpose of the hijab and why some women choose to wear it. Share the love - read this to someone you love.


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