Children ask big questions and sometimes the best way to answer, is with a book. Embark on a journey of size and discovery through the cosmos and use astronomy and the natural world to better understand Allah (God), the Creator. How Big Is Allah? is the first in a series using nature to answer some of the more difficult questions children ask when learning to understand Allah (God), the Creator, for the first time. Give your kids the bridge they need between scientific discovery and Islamic identity. Support development of spatial and abstract thinking. With original paintings, visual size comparisons and a list of facts and numbers, this is an Islamic children's book unlike any other you have on your shelf. This series is written according to the Qur'an and Sunnah and does not describe Allah in any way.About the Author:
Emma Apple is a number one best selling Islamic children's author-illustrator from New Zealand. She worked as a professional web and print designer for several years before deciding to pursue her aspirations as a children’s author-illustrator full time. Emma was first published in 2003 in the anthology Bonafide with a short story about being a teenager in New Zealand. She made her debut as a children's illustrator in 2012 with Hind's Hands: A Story About Autism by Umm Juwayriyah. Emma converted to Islam as a teenager and currently lives in Chicago with her husband, daughter, son and Ash the parrot.
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