In the children's book Talk about your feelings - With sayings of Prophet Muhammad (salallāh ‘alaihi wasallam), Abdurrahmaan, Saalih, Abdullah, and Asiyah experience various adventures that come to life with the impressive illustrations. These adventures are not just invented stories, but are based on the real experiences the author has had with her own children. They are processed in an educational way that parents and educators will certainly recognize.
As a result of their adventures, the children encounter various emotions. They learn what those feelings are called, how they feel them in their body, and how the Prophet Muhammad (salallāh ‘alaihi wasallam) taught us to deal with them.
Although this book is primarily written for children between four and ten years old, we have found that older children can also benefit greatly from it. Moreover, children with autism can particularly benefit from this book. It can help them to better recognize and understand their own emotions, but also those of others.
Each story begins with a verse from the Qur'an and a Hadith that relate to the emotions that are addressed in the story. After each story, a number of questions are asked to the children, so they can have an open conversation about their own feelings. As an added bonus, the author has written some advice for parents in the introduction. And an emotion wheel has been added that can be used as a tool to discuss emotions.
This book is both visually and content-wise a masterpiece, based on real experiences and thus able to authentically bridge theory and practice. It will help many parents and children in their journey of emotional development, insha Allah.
Take the step today to strengthen your child's emotional intelligence and order your copy of "Talk about your feelings - With sayings of Prophet Muhammad (salallāh ‘alaihi wasallam)"! Discover the value of this unique book and see how it can assist your family in dealing with emotions. Don't wait any longer, seize this opportunity to guide your child in their emotional development.