Weekend Learning Canada - Catalogue 2021

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Islamic Studies, Quran Studies, Seerah, Arabic Reading and Writing and other children's books from Weekend Learning Publishers and Taqwa Prints available in Canada from Al Barakah Books (www.albarakahbooks.com)

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2021 - 2022

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Learning

Let us do it togetherBecause we can

Islamic Studies Seerah Arabic Reading Qur’anic Studies

See pages 7–38 for the

outline of the curriculum

See pages 39–44 for the

Seeratun Nabi (S) books

See pages 53–57 for

the Arabic reading and

Qaidah books

See pages 45–52 for the

Qur’anic studies books

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Introduction

One of the defi ning values of Islamic education should

include the principles and values of Islam with a focus

on human values in discussion, tolerance, moderation,

peace and volunteering.

Many schools are often challenged to fi nd suitable

Islamic books that ideally meet these values.

We encourage you to explore the Weekend Learning series of

Islamic Studies books and other supplementary books. These

books very closely meet and exceed the broad objectives of the

values defi ned above.

Weekend Learning Publishers is one of the major providers of

Islamic books in the world. The books are based on Sunni Islam.

From the time of our fi rst publication in 2007, our books have

been adopted by more than 2,400 schools all over the world.

With over a million copies sold all over the world, our books are

clearly most sought after Islamic Studies series today.

We encourage you to explore our fl agship series—the Islamic

Studies textbooks. The books have vast range of topics,

reviewed by several scholars and approved by large number of

schools. Teachers fi nd materials helpful for their classes. The

chapters are presented in distinct units, and they are arranged

thematically. This makes the series of books resourceful,

informative, and inspirational. The lessons will benefi t students,

empower teachers, and signifi cantly improve learning Islam.

Weekend Learning Publishers is committed to providing the

fi nest books on Islam to benefi t a new generation of students

all over the world.

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A Distinctive Set of Islamic Studies Books

All books published by Weekend Learning Publishers focus on

establishing a connection between deen and dunya, with teachings

drawn from the Qur’ān and Sunnah. The Islamic Studies series is no

exception. Providing a clear understanding of the teachings of the

Creator and His Messenger is the cornerstone of all Islamic Studies

books. This series of textbooks aims to create a society well grounded in

the spiritual and ethical call of Islam.

What is needed in an Islamic Studies book?

A good textbook would fail to deliver without a curriculum to back up the

book. Similarly, a good curriculum would be useless without textbooks

or lessons to accompany the curriculum. We do not want your Islamic

Studies program to suffer for the lack of a meaningful curriculum. A

curriculum is like radar or a compass; without radar or a compass, the

ship sails aimlessly.

Our promise

With the Weekend Learning series of Islamic Studies books, you will

fi nd a curriculum and topics in the books that support the curriculum.

The curriculum includes topics based on the Qur’ān, Hadith, nabis

and rasuls, aqidah, fi qh, seerah, Islamic history, past communities,

companions, ideology, ethics, and so forth. Many topics of contemporary

interest are covered, such as dating, male-female relationships, Muslim

American identity, Islam in the workplace, racism, and Islamic fi nance.

The lessons in the curriculum are presented in a logical, systematic

manner to suit the teaching needs of Islamic schools. Topics have been

selected based on age, grade, and students’ learning level.

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An authentic representation

All topics are based on general Sunni

principles and interpretations. The lessons

are true to the teachings of Islam. If a fact

cannot be verifi ed by the Qur’ān or Sunnah,

it has been excluded. The teachings of many

historical incidents involving nabis and rasūls

are carefully presented by eliminating biblical

bias and remaining true to the Qur’ān.

Students will gain an enlightened and proper

understanding of what the messengers did

and did not do.

All lessons in the Weekend Learning series

were reviewed and approved by in-house and

national and international authorities.

Teacher-friendly lessons

Books from the Weekend Learning series will

help make teaching productive and resourceful.

All lessons are presented in distinct units, and

they are arranged thematically. This will help

teachers focus on the theme of a unit and

make teaching easier and rewarding.

Most teachers in Sunday schools are

volunteers. Many do not have formal teaching

experience. They do not have time to prepare

lesson plans or research topics before each

class. The chapters in the textbooks are

designed specifi cally for the learning needs of

each grade level. There is no need for teachers

to tone down a lesson or otherwise alter it in

order to make it relevant to the class. We have

already done the work for them. Each chapter

is structured, resourceful, and easy to teach.

The length and depth of each lesson is ageand

grade-appropriate. All lessons are tailored

for classes 50 to 60 minutes in length.

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Annotated Teacher’s Edition

Weekend Learning Publishers offers additional

resources for teachers. Annotated Teacher’s

Editions of Islamic Studies book will help guide

teachers with planning and organizing lessons.

In higher-grade levels, lessons are increasingly

complex, requiring additional information and

preparation for teachers.

Teacher’s Editions provide explanations of key

concepts in addition to relevant āyat, meanings

and teaching ideas. Exam questions and

homework solutions are also included. Teacher’s

Editions are available for Islamic Studies books—

from Level 1 to Level 10.

Major themes in the books

The Weekend Learning series covers an

unparalleled range of topics enjoyed by teachers

and students alike. Major themes in the books

include:

Religion of Islam ■ Allāh—the Creator

The Qur’ān and Hadīth ■ Aqidah of Islam

Divine books ■ Five-Pillars of Islam and their

importance ■ Short biographies of 19 nabis and

rasuls ■ Entire biography of Rasūlullāh Key

events during the Makkah and Madinah periods

■ Lives and achievements of the four Khalifahs

■ Role of important women in Islam

Biographies of some of the companions

Selected stories from the Qur’ān ■ Principles

of tahdhib ■ Islamic akhlaq ■ Steps of

Salat ■ Fiqh of Salat ■ Islamic empires

Contemporary issues ■ Interfaith topics

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Homework

Homework is necessary to ensure student

learning is reinforced. Therefore, homework

assignments are included at the end of

each chapter. Teacher can assign the

homework to be completed in the textbook

itself, or provide printed copies to students.

The handouts can be printed from a USB

fl ash drive. All the homework assignments,

exam questions, and many other resources

are included on the fl ash drive. All fi les on

the fl ash drive are in PDF format and MS-

Word format. One fl ash drive contains the

necessary materials for all Islamic Studies

lessons.

For details, see page 38.

Student workbooks

Homework is included in the textbooks at

the end of each lesson. These homework

assignments should suffi ce for most schools.

However, additional workbooks are available

for each level of Islamic Studies books. Each

student workbook contains many quizzes and

activities that are not included in the textbook.

These review questions and exercises will

provide a rewarding and enriching learning

experience. They will also assist with the

meaningful integration of the material in the

textbooks. The workbooks will also enhance

students’ test-taking skills and prepare them

for advanced learning.

For details, see pages 32–33.

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All it takes is to begin a simple conversation

When someone is interested to know about Islam, where do you begin? What do

you tell them? What resources can you give them?

Ideally you want to give the person a copy of the Qur’ān. Have you thought if

this person has necessary understanding of Islam, Muslim, or the Qur’ān? May

be the person needs to be slowly introduced to Islam. May be the person needs

easy-to-understand answers to some of the questions he or she has in mind.

Some of the questions might be quite challenging, diffi cult or disturbing.

Giving the person a copy of the Qur’ān is perfect. But consider giving the person

some additional resources. Give them a book that explains a whole lot about

Islam. Give them the book titled Islam: Faith and Practice Explained. This book is

written exclusively to benefi t someone who is curious about Islam, contemplating

to revert or has just recently reverted to Islam. The topics in the book answer and

explain many of the questions they might have.

A leafl et or brochure might get thrown around or get lost. Give them a book

that will matter. Who nows, one day the person might thank you for igniting the

spark in his or her mind. You can make the difference. You can make it happen.

*To be published in English, French, German, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish languages, insha-Allah.

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weekend

Learning

Islamic Studies Curriculum

Because we can

In 2007, we defi ned how Islamic Studies should be taught in

schools. Ten years later, in 2018 we introduced revised and

enlarged editions of the books. Now with over a million books sold

and over 2,500 schools using the Weekend Learning series, we

clearly one of the fi nest provides of Islamic Studies program in the

world. Alhamdulillah!

We are here to assist you in teaching Islamic Studies in your

school. We are here to guide you inspiring and empowering a new

generation of Muslim students who deserve the best. We are

here to help you build a generation that will one day thank you for

guiding them during their formative years. Let us do it together—

because we can.

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Islamic Studies: Level Kindergarten

The Islamic Studies: Kindergarten book

is intended for children ages 4–5. Today,

Kindergarten is like the new “first” grade—

where children learn a lot but also have fun.

The goal of kindergarten is to encourage and

build good feelings about school and learning.

Students begin with a very basic curriculum.

The book emphasizes the most important

academic activity—developing literacy

through reading and writing.

Islamic Studies for Kindergarten begins by

building familiarity with key written and

spoken words. The objective is to introduce

the basic ideas of Islam through various

activities—writing, coloring, cutting, gluing,

sorting, listening, singing, and sometimes

simply playing.

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Islamic Studies: Level 1

Revised and Enlarged Edition

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The Level 1 book is intended for children ages 5–8

who can read short sentences and write short

phrases. This is their first year in a formal Islamic class.

Typically, these students are in first or second grade.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct

units. The Level 1 book introduces students to the

fundamentals of Islam. These students have very

little or no knowledge about Allah, Islam, the

Qur’an, and the Messenger. The lessons in this book

attempt to walk students through the basics of Islam.

Assuming students have no prior knowledge, the

book takes the first step toward formal curriculumbased

learning. The goal here is to keep it simple and

enjoyable, yet informative. Each chapter provides the

Islamic foundation appropriate for this age group.

The concepts learned in this book will be covered in

greater detail in future grade levels.

Content of Level 1

Unit 1: Aqaid: Our Belief

Allah: Our Creator

Islam

Our Faith

Nabi Muhammad

The Qur’an

Unit 2: Knowing Allah

Allah Loves Us

Remembering Allah

Allah Rewards Us

Unit 3: Our Ibadat

Five Pillars of Islam

Shahadah: The First Pillar

Salat: The Second Pillar

Zakat: The Third Pillar

Fasting: The Fourth Pillar

Hajj: The Fifth Pillar

Unit 4: Messengers of Allah

Adam (A): The First Nabi

Nuh (A): Saved From the Great Flood

Ibrahim (A): Never Listen to Shaitan

Musa (A): Challenging A Bad Ruler

Isa (A): A Great Nabi of Allah

Unit 5: Other Basics of Islam

Angels: They Always Work for Allah

Shaitan: Our Enemy

Makkah and Madinah

Eid: Two Festivals

Unit 6: Akhlaq and Adab in lslam

Good Manners

Kindness and Sharing

Respect

Forgiveness

Thanking Allah

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Each lesson begins with

a coloring page. Students

will spend about five

minutes coloring the

picture.

The right amount of

material is covered in one

class period.

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Children have short attention spans.

Brief paragraphs introduce two or

three simple concepts.

Key words to learn

are presented in

bold and a different

color.

Coloring time helps students settle down and

feel comfortable. In the meantime, any issues of

tardiness by other students can be resolved.

For Level 1, most homework

assignments in Lessons 1–15 require

drawing a circle around the correct

answer. Minimal writing is required.

In-class work is provided

for a short break and to

reinforce learning.

A variety of homework

assignments are provided.

The time commitment is

10–15 minutes.

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Islamic Studies: Level 2

Revised and Enlarged Edition

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The Level 2 book is intended for children ages 6–8

who have completed the Level 1 book from Weekend

Learning or who have a similar knowledge base of

Islam. This is their first or second year in a formal

Islamic class.

The Level 2 book continues to introduce some of the

fundamental concepts of Islam. For some students,

this is their first year in an Islamic school. This book

covers topics on Allah, Nabi Muhammad, our

ibadat and other themes. Learning about Allah

and Nabi Muhammad is a life-long process that

cannot be completed in one or two grades. From

a young age, children should learn about Islamic

adab and akhlaq. These topics will continue to be

covered in future grades. A brief history of some of

the messengers of Allah is also included. All lessons

are presented thematically in distinct units.

Content of Level 2

Unit 1: The Creator—His Message

Allah: Our Creator

How Does Allah Create?

Allah: What Does He Do?

What Allah Does Not Do

The Qur’an

Hadith and Sunnah

Unit 2: Our Ibadat

Shahadah: The First Pillar

Salah: The Second Pillar

Zakah: The Third Pillar

Sawm: The Fourth Pillar

Hajj: The Fifth Pillar

Wudu: Keeping Our Bodies Clean

Unit 3: Messengers of Allah

Ibrahim (A): A Friend of Allah

Yaqub (A) and Yusuf (A)

Musa (A) and Harun (A)

Yunus (A)

Nabi Muhammad

Unit 4: Learning About Islam

Obey Allah, Obey Rasul

Day of Judgment—the Hereafter

Our Masjid

Common Islamic Phrases

Food that We May Eat

Unit 5: Akhlaq and Adab in lslam

Truthfulness

Kindness

Respect

Responsibility

Obedience

Cleanliness

Honesty

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Each lesson begins

with a coloring page.

Students will spend

about five minutes

coloring the picture.

The right amount of

material is covered in one

class period.

2

Children have short attention spans.

Brief paragraphs introduce two or

three simple concepts.

Key words to learn

are presented in

bold and a different

color.

Coloring time helps students settle down and

feel comfortable. In the meantime, any issues of

tardiness y other students can be resolved.

Children in have short attention

spans. Brief paragraphs introduce

two or three simple concepts. This

will enable them remember the

concepts.

Each chapter is followed by a twoto-three-page

homework. The time

commitment for assignment is 10–15

minutes.

At the end of each chapter, a list

of words learned in the chapter

are compiled for quick review.

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Islamic Studies: Level 3

Revised and Enlarged Edition

8.5” x 11”, Perfect Bound, 240 pages

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The Level 3 book is intended for children ages

7–10 who have completed the Level 2 book from

Weekend Learning or who have a similar knowledge

base of Islam. This is their second or third year in a

formal Islamic class.

The Level 3 book further develops the basic

concepts learned previously. Students will learn

why we worship and the reasons for worshipping

in prescribed formats. Students will also learn the

qualities of our Imān and some of the duties Allāh

wants us to perform in addition to our ritual duties.

The life of Nabi Muhammad is divided into Makkah

and Madinah periods to provide additional details.

A brief history of some of the messengers of Allah

is also included. Topics on Islamic adab and akhlaq

continue to be covered in this grade. All lessons are

presented thematically in distinct units.

Content of Level 3

Unit 1: Knowing About Allah

Who is Allāh?

What Allāh Is and Is Not

Allāh: The Most Merciful

Allāh: The Best Judge

What Does Allāh Want Us to Do?

Unit 2: Teachings of Islam

We Are Muslims: We Have ‘Imān

Belief in the Qur’ān

Belief in the Messengers

Hadīth and Sunnah

Jinn

Muslims in North America

The Right Path: The Straight Path

Unit 3: Nabi Muhammad

Kindness of Rasūlullāh

How Rasūlullāh Treated Others

Our Relationship with Rasūlullāh

Unit 4: Messengers of Allah

Ismā‘īl (A) and Ishāq (A)

Shu‘aib (A): A Nabi of Allāh

Dāwūd (A): A Nabi of Allāh

‘Isā (A): A Nabi of Allāh

Unit 5: Learning About lslam

The Ka‘bah

Masjid an-Nabawi: The Nabi’s Masjid

Bilāl ibn Rabāh

Zaid ibh Hārithah

Unit 6: Akhlaq and Adab in lslam

Ways To Be a Good Person

Kindness: A Virtue of Believers

Forgiveness: A Good Quality

Good Deeds: A Duty Upon Us

Perseverance: Never Give Up

Punctuality: Doing Things on Time

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Concepts and ideas

previously learned

are now reinforced

with greater detail.

The Right amount of

material is covered in one

class period.

3

Children have short attention spans.

Brief paragraphs introduce two or

three simple concepts.

Key words to learn

are presented in

bold and different

color.

Several lessons have short ayat or

other Arabic phrases. While reading

the lesson, students are encouraged to

read these ayat.

In-class work is provided

for a short break and to

reinforce learning.

Distinct paragraph

headings explain one or

two concepts.

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Islamic Studies: Level 4

Revised and Enlarged Edition

8.5” x 11”, Perfect Bound, 240 pages

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The Level 4 book is intended for children ages 8–11

who have completed the Level 3 book from Weekend

Learning or who have a similar knowledge base of

Islam. This is their third or fourth year in a formal

Islamic class.

Topics in the Level 4 book are diverse and are

presented with greater detail. All lessons are

presented thematically in distinct units. Learning

about Allāh remains an important focus of the

entire series, as well as the life of Nabi Muhammad.

The unit on how Islam changed Arabia takes a closer

look at the life of Nabi Muhammad before and after

receiving divine revelations. With the ritual duties

becoming obligatory to students in this age group,

several topics on the Fiqh of salāt are introduced.

The lives of the four Khalīfas are covered in greater

detail in order to explain their contributions to Islam.

Several moral-building lessons are also included.

Content of Level 4

Unit 1: Knowing the Creator

Rewards of Allāh: Everybody Receives

Them

Discipline of Allāh

Names of Allāh

Books of Allāh

Unit 2: How Islam Changed Arabia

Pre-Islamic Arabia

The Year of the Elephant

Early Life of Muhammad

Life Before Becoming a Nabi

First Revelation

Makkah Period

Hijrat to Madīnah

Madīnah Period

Unit 3: Rightly Guided Khalīfah

Abū Bakr (r): The First Khalifah

‘Umar ibn al-Khattāb (r)

‘Uthmān ibn ‘Affān (r)

‘Ali ibn Abū Tālib (r)

Unit 4: The Messengers of Allāh

Hūd (A): Struggle to Guide People

Sālih (A): To Guide the Misguided

Mūsā (A): His Life and Actions

Sulaimān (A): A King and Servant of

Allah

Unit 5: Fiqh of Salāt

Preparation for Salāt

Requirements of Salāt

Mubtilāt us-Salāt

How to Pray Behind an Imām

Unit 6: General Islamic Topics

Compilers of Hadīth

Shaitān’s Mode of Operation

Day of Judgment

Eid: Its Signifi cance

Truthfulness: A Quality of Muslims

Perseverance: Keep on Trying

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Topics on how Islam changed the

social and religious conditions in

Arabia are included throughout

the series.

The right amount of

material is covered in

one class period.

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Historical perspectives are clearly

mentioned to establish connections

between the past and the present.

Maps and time lines are

included as needed to

enhance learning

Key words to learn are

presented in bold and

a different color.

Most of the lessons have short ayat or

other Arabic phrases. This encourages

students to read the ayat and establish

a connection with the Qur’an.

Rasūlullāh’s biography is extensively

covered throughout the series of

books. Important events are discussed

in greater detail.

Concept building and review

questions are presented in each

chapter to reinforce learning.

Important facts and

interesting snippets are

highlighted in textboxes for

quick review and topicrelated

learning.

Short paragraphs with distinct

headings guide concept

development.

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Islamic Studies: Level 5

Revised and Enlarged Edition

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The Level 5 book is intended for children ages 9–12

who have completed the Level 4 book from Weekend

Learning or who have a similar knowledge base of

Islam.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct units.

The first few chapters in the Level 5 book focus on the

Creator and His message. Chapter 2 explains why we

should worship Allāh. Chapter 4 discusses uniform

activities of the messengers, and dispels many of the

misconceptions about them. Unit 2 provides details

about the important battles and their impact on the

history of early Islam. Unit 3 offers history of some of

the messengers, particularly focusing on the morals

to be learned from the messengers’ lives. Some ageappropriate

ethical issues are also discussed. Unit 5

teaches students to take a close look at some Islamic

values and teachings, and encourages them to adopt

these values.

Content of Level 5

Unit 1: The Creator and His Message

Tawhīd, Kāfi r, Kufr, Shirk and Nifāq

Why Should We Worship Allāh?

Revelation of the Qur’ān

Characteristics of the Messengers

Unit 2: The Battles, Developments

Pledges of ‘Aqabah

The Battle of Badr

The Battle of Uhud

The Battle of the Trench

The Treaty of Hudaibiyah

Liberation of Makkah

Unit 3: The Messengers of Allāh

Adam (A): The Creation of Mankind

Ibrāhīm (A) Debate With Polytheists

Ibrāhīm (A): Plan Against Idols

Luqmān (A): A Wise Man’s Lifelong

Teachings

Yūsuf (A): His Childhood

Yūsuf (A): His Righteousness

Yūsuf (A): Dream Comes True

Ayyūb (A): Patience and Perseverance

Zakariyyāh (A), Yahyā (A)

Unit 4: Islam in the World

Major Masājid in the World

Unit 5: Islamic Values, Teachings

Upholding Truth: A Duty for All Believers

Responsibility and Punctuality

My Mind My Body

Kindness and Forgiveness

The Middle Path: Ways to Avoid Two

Extremes

Salāt: Its Signifi cance

Sawm: Its Signifi cance

Zakāt and Sadaqah: Similarities

and Differences

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Lessons and topics are written

in age-appropriate language

to help students understand

and learn important historical

events.

The right amount of

material is covered in

one class period.

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Clear explanations are provided

about historical events. In this

case, the lesson explains the

background of the battle.

Key words to learn

are presented in

bold and a different

color.

Important facts and interesting

snippets are highlighted in textboxes

for quick review and topic-related

learning.

Most of the lessons have a few relevant

ayat. This encourage students to read

the ayat and establish a connection

with the Qur’an.

Every chapter has in-class review questions

and Points to Ponder. The review questions

help reinforce material learned. The Points

to Ponder encourages students to think

critically and reflect on a particular issue

related to the chapter.

Short paragraphs with distinct

headings guide concept

development.

Homework is included at the

end of each chapter.

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Islamic Studies: Level 6

Revised and Enlarged Edition

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The Level 6 book is intended for children ages 10–12

who have completed the Level 5 book from Weekend

Learning.

Like the other books in this series, the Level 6 book

also contains vast range of topics. It begins with

several lessons on the Creator, His promise, His books,

and His teachings. Unit 4 covers the lives and mission

of several nabis. The greatest legacy one can pass

on to the next generation is the legacy of faith and

character. Character building and understanding of

human interactions are the themes in units 3, 7 and

8. Unit 5 introduces topics related to three illustrious

women of Islam. Unit 6 covers topics on the invisible.

A thorough understanding of rūh, nafs, angels, jinn,

and shaitān is necessary to gain comprehensive

knowledge of Islam. All lessons are presented

thematically in distinct units.

Content of Level 6

Unit 1: The Creator–His Message

Attributes of Allāh

The Promise of Allāh

Unit 2: The Qur’ān and Hadith

Objective of the Qur'an?

Compilation of the Qur’ān

Previous Books and the Qur’ān

Compilation of Hadīth

Unit 3: Fundamentals of Deen

The Importance of Shahādah

Khushū in Salāt

Taqwā: A Quality of Believers

Unit 4: Messengers of Allāh

Nūh (A)

Tālūt, Jālūt, and Dāwūd (A)

Dāwūd (A) and Sulaimān (A)

Mūsā (A) and Fir‘awn

Mūsā (A) and Khidir

‘Isā (A) and Maryam (ra)

Unit 5: Women of Islam

Khadījah (ra)

‘A’ishah (ra)

Fātimah (ra)

Some Prominent Muslimahs

Unit 6: Knowledge Enrichment

Al-Qiyāmah: The Awakening

Rūh and Nafs

The Angels and Jinn

Shaitān: The Invisible Enemy

Unit 7: The Current Society

My Friend Is Muslim Now

Friendship: How to Choose a Friend?

Muslims Around the World

People of Other Faith

Unit 8: Developing Islamic Values

Greed and Dishonesty

Avoiding Extravagance

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The right amount of

material is covered in one

class period.

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them in simple language.

Most of the lessons have a few relevant ayat. This

encourage students to read the ayat and establish

a connection with the Qur’an.

Short paragraphs with

distinct headings guide

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Most lessons have Points to Ponder that

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Islamic Studies: Level 7

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The Level 7 book is intended for students ages 12–15

who are able to understand abstract concepts and

who can read Arabic without difficulty.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct

units. Unit 1 focuses on the Creator and His religion.

This unit answers questions about Allāh, Islam,

faith, and the Qur’ān. As in other levels, the stories

of some of the Messengers are discussed in Unit 2.

A few other fascinating stories from the Qur’ān are

presented in Unit 3. Unit 4 discusses the life and

contributions of two companions who shaped the

early history of Islam. Several diverse topics to enrich

students’ knowledge are discussed in Unit 5. Unit 6

describes several moral and ethical issues addressed

in the Qur’ān. Proper adab and akhlaq learned from

the Qur’ān is the best.

Content of Level 7

Unit 1: The Creator

Why Islam? What is Islam?

Belief in Allāh

The Qur’ān: Its Qualitative Names

Istighfar: Seeking Forgiveness of Allāh

Allāh: Angry or Kind?

Unit 2: Stories of the Messengers

Ādam (A): Trial of the Messenger

Life of Ibrāhīm (A)

Sacrifi ce of Ibrāhīm (A)

Lūt (A): Message for Modern Societies

Yūsuf (A)—The Will to Overcome

Temptation

Unit 3: Stories from the Qur’ān

Companions of the Cave

Dhul Qurnain: Journey of a King

Effective Debate and Negotiation

Styles in the Qur’ān

Unit 4: Two Companions

Abū Sufyān (r)

Khālid Ibn Walīd (r)

Unit 5: Knowledge Enrichment

The Character of the Messengers

Rasūlullāh’s Marriages

Lailatul Qadr

Fasting During Ramadan

My Family Is Muslim Now

Science in the Qur’ān

Lessons from Past Civilizations

Unit 6: Teachings of the Qur’ān

Amr Bil Ma‘rūf

Guard Your Tongue

Islamic Greetings

How to Achieve Success

Permitted and Prohibited

Types of Behavior Allāh Loves

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requirement for homework is

about 10 minutes.

Short paragraphs with distinct

headings introduce two or three

simple concepts.

The lessons in higher levels promote the

application of knowledge. This is achieved

through carefully selected topics. Critical

thinking is encouraged. All lessons teach

Islamic beliefs and interpretations based on

the Qur’ān and authentic Hadith.

Many of the lessons have a few relevant

ayat. This encourages students to read

the ayat and establish a connection

with the Qur’an.

Qur’ānic principles are clearly

presented and explained.

Chapters do not simply narrate

a historical event; they highlight

the underlying reasons and

explains the causes.

Most lessons have Points to Ponder that

encourage students think critically and

reflect on a particular issue related to

the chapter.

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Islamic Studies: Level 8

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The Level 8 book is intended for students ages 13–16

who are able to understand abstract concepts and

social responsibility.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct

units. Unit 1 begins with several lessons on the

Creator and His message. Along with explaining the

Sunan of Allāh, the unit analyzes several Qur’ānic

verses. Nabi Muhammad and the challenges he

faced in Madinah are the subjects of units 2 and

3. Units 4 and 5 provide the ideal Islamic ethical

framework. This framework describes the foundation

of the best kind of Islamic society. Certain moral and

ethical standards must be followed when a person

interacts with family members, neighbors, or friends.

Students are taught to be honest and forthright in

private and public life. Unit 6 offers a few topics on

how certain political matters affected Islam after the

death of Nabi Muhammad.

Content of Level 8

Unit 1: Knowing the Creator

Divine Names

Sunan of Allāh

Objectives of the Qur’ān

Sūrah Hujurat: Its Teachings

True Piety: Analysis of Verse 2:177

Ayātul Qursi

Unit 2: The Messenger of Allāh

The Person Muhammad

Farewell Pilgrimage

Finality of Prophethood

Hadīth: Collection and Classifi cation

Unit 3: Challenges in Madīnah

Hypocrites

Banu Qaynuka: Threat Within Madinah

Banu Nadir: Treachery Within Madinah

Banu Qurayzah

Mission to Tabūk

Unit 4: Islamic Ethical Framework

Friends and Friendship

Friendship With Non-Muslims

Dating in Islam

Hold Firmly the Rope of Allāh

Elements of a Bad Life

Unit 5: Islamic Values, Teachings

Duties Toward Parents

Hope, Hopefulness, Hopelessness

Trials in Life

Permitted and Prohibited Food

Performance of Hajj

Parables in the Qur’ān

Unit 6: Islam After the Rasūl

Early History of Shī‘ah Muslims

Ummayad Dynasty

Abbasid Dynasty

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the application of knowledge. This is

achieved through carefully selected

topics. Critical thinking is encouraged.

All lessons teach Islamic beliefs and

interpretations based on the Qur’ān and

authentic Hadith.

Qur’ānic principles are clearly

presented and explained.

Homework is included at the

end of each lesson. The time

requirement for homework

is about 10 minutes.

Important facts and interesting

snippets are highlighted in

textboxes for quick review topicrelated

and learning.

Many of the chapters encourage students

to uphold social and moral responsibilities.

The chapters do not use a lecturing

tone; they employ sensible examples to

promote voluntary compliance.

Many of the lessons have a few

relevant ayat. This encourages

students to read the ayat and

establish a connection with the

Qur’an.

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Islamic Studies: Level 9

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The Level 9 book is intended for students ages

14–17 who have completed the Level 8 book from

Weekend Learning. These students are mature, able

to understand abstract concepts, and able to critically

analyze difficult subjects.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct

units. Unit 1 offers several topics to encourage

students to ponder the message of the Qur’ān. This

encouragement continues in Unit 2, where students

will explore the Qur’āninc perspective on certain

issues. Certain moral and ethical standards must

be followed when a person interacts with family

members, neighbors or friends. Unit 3 explains some

of these ethical standards. Several discussions on

the life of Nabi Muhammad are presented in unit

4. Unit 5 presents several diverse topics on Islam, to

enable and encourage students to widen the scope

of their learning.

Content of Level 9

Unit 1: A Reflection on the Divine

Signs of Allāh in Nature

Pondering the Qur’ān

Preservation and Compilation of

the Qur’ān

Ibadat—Easy Ways to Do It

Unit 2: An Islamic Perspective

Why Human Beings Are Superior

Is Islam a Violent Religion?

Shariah

Justice in Islam

Unit 3: Ethical Standards in Islam

Peer Pressure

Choices We Make

Islamic Perspective on Dating

Indecency

Alcohol and Gambling

Permitted and Prohibited Food

Food of the People of the Book

Family Values

Unit 4: Essays on Rasulullah

Khadījah (ra)

Rasūlullāh’s Multiple Marriages

Marriage to Zainab (ra)

The Prophet: A Great Army General

Prophecy of Muhammad in the Bible

Allegations Against Rasūlullāh

Unit 5: A Reflection on Islam

God’s Chosen People

Mūsā’s (A) Personality

Essentials of Salat

Life Cycle of Truth

How Ramadan Makes Us Better

Muslims in North America

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selected topics. Critical thinking is encouraged. All

lessons teach Islamic beliefs and interpretations

based on the Qur’ān and authentic Hadith.

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Abundant citations of Qur’ānic ayat

are included. These citations allow

students cross-reference ayat with

the source.

Qur’ānic principles

are clearly presented

and explained.

Chapters do not simply narrate a

Qur’ānic story; they highlight the

underlying moral.

Many of the chapters encourage

students to uphold social and moral

responsibilities. The chapters do not

use a lecturing tone; they employ

sensible examples to promote

voluntary compliance.

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The Level 10 book is intended for students ages

14–17 who have completed the Level 9 book from

Weekend Learning. These students are mature, able

to understand abstract concepts, and able to

critically analyze difficult subjects.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct

units. In addition to chapters about knowing the

Creator, the book presents selected topics on

interfaith studies, Islamic finance, and marriage

and family in Islam. Unit 5 discusses the important

fundamentals of Islamic investment and faithbased

wealth building. At this age, many students

begin to look for summer jobs or other part-time

employment. As they begin to earn money and plan

for a future career, they will learn how to mange their

earning and spending.

Content of Level 10

Unit 1: Knowing the Creator

Understanding the Word “Allāh”

Al-Fātihah: An Analysis of Its Message

Al-Fātihah vs The Lord’s Prayer

Muhkam and Mutashābihat Āyāt

Al-‘Asr: The Formula of Success

Qur’ānic Calligraphy

Unit 2: Interfaith Studies

The Bible and the Qur’ān

The Ten Commandments and Islam

Interfaith Dialogue

Unit 3: Marriage and Family

The Status of Women in Islam

Marriage to Non-Muslims

Marrying Four Women

Diffi cult Questions on Marriage

A Muslim Family

Unit 4: General Islamic Topics

Who are the Khalīfah on Earth?

False Piety

Superstition

Do Not Transgress Limits

Secular and Religious Duties

Islamic Views on Racism

Unit 5: Principles of Finance in Islam

Public Finance in Early Islam

Wealth in The Qur'ān

Islamic Investment

Language of Investment

Faith-Based Wealth Building

Managing Earning and Spending

Leading an Interest-Free Life

Unit 6: Islam and the World

Islamic Architecture

Islam in Spain and Portugal

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The lessons in higher levels promote the application

of knowledge. This is achieved through carefully

selected topics. Critical thinking is encouraged. All

lessons teach Islamic belief and interpretation based

on the Qur’ān and authentic Hadith.

Teachers may use the Qur’ānic citations

to encourage students to undertake

additional scholastic study or to explore

additional resources.

Abundant citations of Qur’ānic ayat

are included. These citations allow

students to cross-reference ayat

with the source.

Islamic viewpoints on various topics are

clearly explained in order to provide

students authentic Islamic perspectives.

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Islamic Studies: Level 11–12

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The Level 11–12 book is intended for students ages

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from Weekend Learning. These students are mature,

able to understand abstract concepts, and able to

critically analyze difficult subjects.

All lessons are presented thematically in distinct units.

The chapters in Unit 1 offers a critical consideration

of Muslim beliefs and explain the rationale behind

these beliefs. Units 2 3, and 4 present selected topics

on morals, impulse, importance of trusting Allāh,

and what it takes to be a true believer. Several critical

concepts are analyzed in unit 5. Unit 6 discusses

topics on faith-based wealth building to encourage

students to manage their finances as they begin to

earn money and plan for a future career.

Content of Level 11-12

Unit 1: Understanding Our Belief

Islam

Muslim

Shahādah

Belief in Allāh

Belief in the Angels

Belief in the Revealed Books

Belief in the Messengers

Belief in the Hereafter

Unit 2: The “Driver” Within Us

Life’s Ultimate Purpose

Wealth Is the “Driver”

The “Driver” Within Us

Unit 3: A Heart for Allāh

When Allāh Seems Distant

Tawakkul: Trust in Allāh

Du‘ā: How Does Allāh Respond?

A Heart for Allāh

Unit 4: Controlling Our Thoughts

Controlling Your Thoughts

Maintaining a Relationship

The Power of Forgiveness

Reading the Qur’ān

Afraid to Think, Forbidden to Ask

Unit 5: A Review of Key Concepts

Lower Your Gaze

‘Ā’ishah (ra): The Child Bride

“Strike” in Sūrah An-Nisā’

The Myth About the Satanic Verse

How Jesus Became Christ

Rūh and Nafs

Unit 6: Faith-Based Wealth Building

Taking Financial Control Early

Fundamental of Finance

Islamic Investment

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What is life’s ultimate purpose? What drives

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several other thought-provoking topics are

discussed in this book.

The lessons promote application of core Islamic

knowledge. This is achieved through carefully

selected topics. Critical thinking is encouraged. All

lessons teach Islamic beliefs and interpretations

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Abundant citations of Qur’ānic

ayat are included. These

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source.

Lessons and topics are

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Etudes Islamiques

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Programme

Les livrets de la collection “Etudes islamiques” publiés par les éditions Weekend Learning

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Le programme couvre de larges aspects de l’islam, en se fondant sur l’étude du Quran et des

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pédagogiques d’un enseignement islamique dispensé le week-end. Les thèmes sont choisis en

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chapters discuss complex issues that may require additional explanation. Often teachers

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Life of Rasūlullāh

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Madinah Period

• This two-volume biography of Rasūlullāh are designed for students in fulltime

and weekend Islamic schools.

• The experiences and events of Rasūlullāh’s life are explained in a manner

to build the moral and spiritual character of students.

• The books do not simply narrate the events, but they promote personal

refl ection so students might internalize the morals of actions of Rasūlullāh

and the divinely planned events that affected Rasūlullāh’s (S) life.

• Each chapter helps students understand the divine wisdom behind many of

the events.

• The use of timelines, maps, chapter notes, and simple graphics aid in

concept building.

• Each chapter is divided into short sections with distinct sub-headings for

easy comprehension.

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• The sequential development of events and the connections between them

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A Journey Beyond the Stories

To the divine wisdom behind the events

These books not only narrate the stories but also encourage critical thinking and personal

reflection on the life of Rasūlullāh. The chapters provide a refreshing and honest

explanation of the challenges and struggles in Rasūlullāh’s life. All of these events

happened in accordance with divine providence allowing us to fully appreciate the

Divine. Examples from the book include:

Makkah Period Madinah Period

• Allāh could have made Abdullāh, Aminah

and ‘Abd al-Muttalib live longer so that

Muhammad would not become an orphan.

What is the divine wisdom behind these

tragedies in Rasūlullāh’s life?

• Allāh could have defeated Abrahah using the

Quraish, but it did not happen that way. Why

did the Quraish not fi ght Abrahah? What is

the divine wisdom in destroying Abrahah in

such an unprecedented way?

• Why did Abū Tālib protect his nephew

Muhammad, knowing full well that his

nephew was working against his own pagan

religious beliefs?

• Allāh could have made Abū Tālib accept

Islam. Even Khosrow or Heraclius, to name

a few rulers, could have accepted Islam.

What is the divine wisdom behind them not

accepting Islam even after receiving the

invitation?

• Rasūlullāh (S) prayed to Allāh to make either

Abū Jahl or ‘Umar al Khattāb accept Islam.

Abū Jahl did not accept Islam, but ‘Umar al

Khattāb accepted Islam. Why?

• Rasūlullāh (S) sent certain Muslims to

Abyssinia—apparently to avoid oppression—

but the group did not include members that

were severely oppressed. What is the divine

wisdom behind this act?

• The permission to fi ght was given after

the Muslims arrived in Madīnah. Why was

permission not given during the Makkan

period when the Muslims were severely

oppressed?

• In the Battle of Badr, the Muslims achieved a

massive victory. But in the Battle of Uhud, the

story was quite different. Why did Allāh make

the Muslims suffer in the Battle of Uhud?

• The siege on Madīnah during the Battle of the

Trench lasted nearly 25 days. Eventually the

enemies were destroyed without the Muslims

having to fi ght an actual battle. Why did Allāh

make the siege last so long? What lesson can

we learn from this battle?

• Abdullah Ibn Ubayy worked all his life to

destroy Islam. On several occasions, ‘Umar

ibn Al-Khattāb wanted to kill him. Even

Ubayy’s son sought Rasūlullāh’s permission

to kill his own father. However, Rasūlullāh

did not give his permission. Why not?

• The slander against ‘Ā’ishah continued

unabated for nearly a month, causing distress

to Rasūlullāh and his family. A divine

revelation declaring ‘Ā’ishah’s innocence was

sent after one month. Why did Allāh delay

sending the revelation?

• The Expedition to Tabūk ended without a

battle. Allāh could have informed Rasūlullāh

(S) that the Byzantines would not show up for

battle. This would have saved the Muslims

from tremendous distress during their

journey in the hot summer months. What was

the divine wisdom behind this expedition?

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Table of Contents

Life of Rasūlullāh (S): Makkah Period

A sample lesson

is provided in the

next page.

Table of Contents

17. The Allegations 97

18. Hamzah Accepts Islam 103

1. History of Makkah 11

2. Pre-Islamic Arabia 19

3. The Lineage 25

4. The Ransom of Abdullāh 30

5. The Year of the Elephant 34

6. Birth and Caretakers 40

7. Natural Orientation 46

8. Life Before the Divine Mission 51

9. Marriage to Khadījah (ra) 55

10. Adoption of Zayd 59

11. Family and Children 65

12. The First Revelations 70

13. The Call to Join Islam 75

19. Migration to Abyssinia 108

20. Facing Emperor Negus 113

21. False Verse on Idols 118

22. ‘Umar Accepts Islam 125

23. Social Boycott 131

24. The Year of Grief 137

25. Preaching in Tā’if 141

26. Other Notable Incidents 146

27. Pledges of ‘Aqabah 152

28. Hijrat to Madīnah 159

29. The Strategic Relocation 165

Bibliography

Index

14. The Early Believers 81

15. Quraish Hostilities 86

16. Under Abū Tālib’s Protection 92

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17. Banu Qurayzah 114

18. Hudaybiyah Treaty 121

1. Teachings of Hijrah 15

2. Politics of Madīnah 21

3. Settlement in Madīnah 27

4. The Constitution of Madīnah 32

5. The Permission to Fight 36

6. The Battle of Badr 44

7. The Prisoners of War 52

8. Banu Qaynuqā 58

9. The Battle of Uhud 64

10. The Lessons of Uhud 71

11. Treachery of Arab Tribes 77

12. Treachery of Banu Nadīr 81

13. Other Notable Accounts 88

19. Campaign of Khaybar 129

20. Invitation to Emperors 134

21. ‘Umrah: Return to Makkah 140

22. Campaign of Mu’tah 145

23. Liberation of Makkah 150

24. Battle of Hunayn 158

25. The Expedition of Tabūk 165

26. Farewell Pilgrimage 171

27. The Last Few Days 176

APPENDICES

1. Army General 183

2. Marriages of Rasūlullāh (S) 187

14. Marriage to Zaynab 93

15. Invasion of Banū Mustaliq 99

16. The Battle of The Trench 106

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Sample Lesson from Life of Rasūlullāh: Makkah Period Book

The use of timeline provides

perspective on historical events in

relation to Rasūlullāh’s lifetime .

The timeline pointing

out the year in which

the particular event

happened.

Short sections include

distinct headings for

easy comprehension.

Each chapter highlights the divine

wisdom behind a particular event.

The explanations of divine wisdom

encourages critical thinking and

helps readers understand many of

the events.

Abundant chapter notes

aid in concept building.

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Sample Lesson from Life of Rasūlullāh (S): Makkah Period Book

Abundant chapter notes

aid in concept building.

Allāh could have made Abdullāh,

Aminah, and ‘Abd al-Muttalib live

longer so that Muhammad (S)

would not become an orphan.

The divine wisdom behind these

tragedies in Rasūlullāh’s life is

explained to encourage critical

thinking.

End-of-chapter review

questions help reinforce

learning.

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Qur’ānic Studies

Authentic | Empowering | Motivating

Qur’ānic studies is an integral part of all Islamic schools—both fulltime

or weekend schools. Islamic schools devote considerable time to

helping students memorize short sūrahs, understand the meanings, and

perfect the recitations.

When schools select the right books to introduce students to the Qur’ān,

of their mission becomes easier. After years of fi eld study, the team of

educators at Weekend Learning Publishers has produced a number of

books for Qur’ānic studies.

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Juz ‘Amma

For School Students

A resourceful presentation of all the sūrahs in one volume

Juz ‘Amma for School Students is a studentfriendly,

resourceful presentation of the 30th part

of the Qur’ān including many special features that

make it an ideal book for any school.

• A single volume contains all the sūrahs in Juz

‘Amma. The single-volume book saves money

for schools and students.

• Arabic text, transliterations and translations

are placed side by side, making it an ideal

book for students.

• Not interested in the transliteration of

Arabic āyāt? No problem. Another version

of the same book is available without

transliteration.

• Large and crisp Arabic text is ideal for all

students—beginners or skilled readers.

• Arabic āyāt are color-coded with tajweed

guides, making the book suitable for applying

tajweed rules.

• Attractive layout of Arabic āyāt enables

students to memorize the sūrah and

understand its meaning.

• Memorization of surahs is not enough;

understanding the meaning is also

required. Therefore, authentic explanations

are provided for all levels of learning.

• Short passages are presented in each

chapter to help students connect the

message of the sūrah to their daily lives.

• Word-by-word translation of all the sūrahs

serve as an ideal tool for building a

Qur’ānic vocabulary.

• Meanings of selected words from each

sūrah and additional words from the same

root word improve vocabulary.

• End-of-chapter review questions are

designed to reinforce learning.

With transliteration

Without transliteration

Each book is 8.5” x 11”, perfect bound, 216 pages

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With Transliteration

Brief, age-appropriate explanations of all

the āyāt, based on authentic tafsir.

Values taught in the sūrah that students

should apply to their own lives.

A short introduction presents

the theme of the sūrah.

Large, clear tajweedcoded

Arabic text.

Transliteration to

help new learners.

Accurate translation.

Word-by-word meanings to

build Qur’ānic vocabulary.

Review questions to

reinforce learning.

Without Transliteration

A short introduction presents

the theme of the sūrah.

Brief, age-appropriate explanations of all

the āyāt, based on authentic tafsir.

Values taught in the sūrah that

students should apply to their

own lives.

Large, clear tajweed-coded

Arabic text.

Accurate translations.

Word-by-word meanings

for advanced learners.

Review questions to

reinforce learning.

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Juz ‘Amma Workbook: Volume 1 and Volume 2

These workbooks are ideal companions to

the widely popular textbook titled

Juz ‘Amma for School Students.

• Attractive layout, activities, and

illustrations—suitable for early learners

• Multiple activities for each sūrah

• Thought-provoking, fun-fi lled quizzes will

help you and your student review learning

outcomes

• Your student will love the easy paced

exercises

• Completing these activities, your student

will gain confi dence and mastery of the

topic

Volume 1 has activities from

sūrah Al-Fātihah and An-Nās to Al-Qadr

8.5" x 11", 96 pages in each volume

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Volume 2 has activities from

sūrah Al-’Alaq to An-Naba’

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• One volume contains all the sūrah in Juz Tabarak

and Sūrah Fātihah

• Arabic text and translations are placed side by

side

• Useful in memorizing the sūrahs and

understanding their meaning

• Explanations of all the āyāt based on authentic

tafsir

• Tips on applying the message in daily life

• Word-by-word meaning of all the sūrahs

• Meanings of selected words from each sūrah and

additional words from the same root word improve

vocabulary

• Color-coded āyāt with tajweed guides

8.5” x 11”, Perfect bound, 200 pages

Juz Tabarak

Part 29 of the Qur’ān

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Word-by-word meaning

Authentic, detailed

explanations

Clear, tajweed-coded

Arabic text.

Application of the

message

Meanings of selected

words with additional

words from the same

root word

Review questions

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Juz ‘Amma Primer

Part 30 With Color Codes for Tajweed

• One volume contains all the sūrahs in Juz ‘Amma and

Sūrah Fātihah

• Useful for easy and quick memorization of all the

sūrah in Juz ‘Amma

• Handy booklet, low cost, easy to carry

• Large Arabic text, transliteration and translation

• Color-coded āyāt with tajweed guides

6” x 9”, 70 pages, printed on glossy art paper

List price: CAD 8.00

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Large, clear, tajweedcoded

Arabic text.

Each āyah and its translation appears

on one line for easy learning and

reciting.

Adequate space between āyāt.

Transliteration is placed separately

from the actual āyāt to encourage

reading directly from the Arabic text.

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Tajweed Made Easy

• A simplifi ed tajweed book with easy-tounderstand

rules and explanations

• Visually appealing, methodical presentation

• Points of articulation of letters

• Characteristics of letters

• Ghunna

• Qalqalah mechanisms

• Letters of elevation and lowness

• Letters of audibility and whisper

• Rules of noon sakinah and tanween

• Izhaar Halqui, Idghaam, Ikhfa, Iqlaab, and other

special cases

• Meem sakinah rules

• Lam sakinah rules

• Lengthening (Mudood rules)

8.5” x 11”, Perfect bound, 100 pages

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21 Du‘ā for Children

Allāh says He always listens to good prayers made by everyone.

He listens to the prayers made by believers and sinners.

Have you taught enough du‘ā to your students? During good

times and bad times in their lives, students need to know who to

rely on for help and guidance, and what to say in their du‘ā.

The best prayers are those taught by Allāh in the Qur’ān and

those taught by our Nabi. This booklet contains 21 du‘ā from

the Qur’ān. We can always pray to Allāh using our own words.

However, it is immensely better if we pray to Allāh using the exact

words of the Qur’ān.

The samples below are excerpts from 21 Du‘ā for Children. Each

du‘ā includes its meaning, transliteration, and signifi cance.

Four-color print on glossy art paper.

5.5” x 8.5”, 28 pages

List price: CAD 3.00

Du’a based on themes

Large, clear Arabic text

Transliteration to

help new learners

Easy-to-read

translation

Four-color print on glossy

art paper.

Age-appropriate descriptions of

the significance of the du’a.

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Arabic Studies

Creative | Practical | Skill-building

In order to recite the Qur’ān, students first need to learn the Arabic

alphabet and recitation skills. Our Arabic studies books provide the

practical solution to acquiring the necessary skills to recite the Qur’ān.

When schools select the right books to introduce students to learning Arabic

recitation techniques, their mission becomes easier. After years of fi eld

study, the team of educators at Weekend Learning Publishers has produced

a number of books to help students acquire the necessary skills to recite

the Qur’ān.

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Arabic Writing Workbook

• Plenty of exercise pages for year-long learning

• Letters are placed on a grid of colored lines

for clear understanding of the patterns

• Grids of dotted lines are provided for practice

writing

• Thin arrow-head lines explain how to begin

and end writing each letter

• Gradual progression from one-letter to twoand

three-letter words

• Helps with the recognition of letters as they

change shape in a word

• Essential tool for beginning learners—

regardless of age.

8.5” x 11”, Perfect Bound, 128 pages

List price: CAD 13.00

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Beginners Arabic Reading

A step-by-step guide to begin reading the Qur’ān

8.5" x 11" , 36 pages Four-color print on glossy art paper

List price: CAD 8.00

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This book provides time-tested methodologies

of learning the Arabic alphabet. The materials

are presented in a sequential manner to ensure

that children acquire the necessary tools to

begin reading the Qur’ān. The book contains

29 lessons, which is ideal for any full-time and

Sunday school classes.

• Letters in their isolated and joined forms

• Short vowels: fatha, kasra, and damma

• Nunnation or tanween and sukoon

• Huroof Maddah and other long vowels

• Shaddah

• Selected Qur’ānic words, phrases, and verses

• 99 names of Allāh and some short sūrahs

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Norwegian editions

Islamske studier

Et distinktivt sett bøker for islamske studier

Pensum | Bøker

Læreplanen inneholder en bred innføring i islam basert på Qur’ān og autentiske Hadīth. Emner i læreplanen presenteres

systematisk for å passe undervisningsbehovene til undervisning som foregår i helgene. Emner velges basert på alder,

klasse og læringsnivå innen hver klasse. Noen emner er dekket i fl ere nivåer for å inkludere ulike perspektiver, detaljer

og ytterligere emner. Lærere og skoleledere vil fi nne at det er en kontinuitet i læreplanen fra år til år. Lærerne vil vite

hvor mye studenter skal lære for hvert år, og hvor mye de vil ha lært når de er ferdige.

Alle bøkene om islamske studier fra serien til Weekend Learning har leksjoner tilpasset alder og klassetrinn.

Lengden og dybden av disse leksjonene er skreddersydd for en varighet på 50-60 minutter. Studenter i alle klasser

vil elske bøkenes klare og enkle ord og setninger. Språket i leksjonene og behandlingen av fagene er rettet mot et

barns perspektiv. Selv norske stavemåter av arabiske ord er aldersmessige. Bøkene formidler ikke bare kunnskap,

men gjør den relevant for elevenes liv og deres verden. Leksjonene bruker ikke en forelesningstone, men engasjerer

elevene i en respektfull diskusjon.

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Pre-School and Kindergarten Books

Explorative | Exciting | Hands-on |

Fun-fi lled

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My Islamic Coloring Book

• A coloring book that reinforces the

school curriculum

• Fun for kids, makes learning the basics

easy

• Designed by teachers

• 132 coloring pages

• Coloring Allāh’s names

• Coloring things that Allāh created

• Coloring Arabic letters

• Coloring Arabic numbers

• Coloring the fi ve-pillars of Islam

• Coloring steps of salāt

• Fourteen different activity levels

8.5" x 11", 136 pages

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A comprehensive coloring book for

Pre-School or Kindergarten Students

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5-Pillars of Islam Activity Book

For Kindergarten Students

This book introduces the essentials of the

fi ve-Pillars of Islam. Provides an entire

year of concept-building exercises and

interactive activities.

A lively layout and easy-paced tasks make

learning fun, refreshing, and rewarding.

This activity book is designed to prepare

your students for future learning.

8.5” x 11”, perfect bound, 96 pages

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Ready To Write Alif Ba Ta

• Colorful book introduces Arabic letters to

kindergarten students

• Easy-to-follow large, dotted fonts to facilitate

tracing and practice writing

• Arrows indicate where to begin and end

writing a letter

• Introduces common and familiar Arabic words

associated with the letter

• Learning process is simple and effective

• Exercises will prepare students for future

learning

• Plenty of pages for year-long learning

8.5” x 11”, Perfect Bound, 120 pages

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Arabic Alphabet book for Kindergarten

and First-Grade Students

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Learning Numbers and Counting

in Arabic

• Colorful book introduces Arabic numerals to

Kindergarten and First-Grade students.

• Easy-to-follow large, dotted fonts to facilitate

tracing and practice writing

• Book focuses on numbers 1 to 20

• Activities show your child the fun side of

learning

• Age appropriate counting and number

exercises

• Helps build a sense of numbers

• Activities prepare students for formal math

education in future years.

8.5” x 11”, Perfect Bound, 52 pages

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Arabic Number and Counting book for

Kindergarten and First-Grade Students

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Write and Erase Arabic Alphabet

This workbook is designed to help young students practice writing Arabic letters. The book includes

its own write-erase pen. Any other write-erase pen will work equally well. The book contains glossy

art paper throughout, allowing many months of writing and erasing until letter quality is achieved.

Evidently, students need to practice strokes, curves, and dots of the letters, and this workbook

provides the right medium to practice endlessly.

Large-format book, printed on glossy art paper.

9.5” x 13”, Staple binding, 16 pages

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Includes its own write-erase pen,

Teaches basic hand coordination skills

Promotes letter recognition

Allows repeated writing and erasing

Provides multiple common words associated with each letter

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Announcing

Message of ISLAM

A new series of Islamic Studies books

Because you deserve books that deliver

To be published

in 2021

insha-Allah

The unprecedented success of the

Weekend Learning Series of Islamic Studies

books created demand for a similar series

for full-time Islamic schools.

Please write to us to receive a free review copy for your school.

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Other Islamic Books

Informative | Motivating | Resourceful

My Islamic Activity Book

• Ideal for third-grade to eighth-grade students

• Review of actual Islamic school curriculum using fun,

activity-fi lled pages

• Word searches, puzzles, mazes, coloring, and many other

engaging Islamic activities

• Concept building, faith inspiring, moral guidance

• Designed by teachers

• Answers are provided at the back of the book

• Great activity book during the regular school year or

during summer break

8.5" x 11" , 160 pages

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Stories of the Messengers of Allah

All books come with large,

captivating illustrations. Printed

on glossy art paper.

As the title indicates, this book narrates the story

of Adam (A) in the Garden. His forgetting Allah’s

command and falling prey to Shaitan is beautifully

explained.

This book presents the story of Salih (A) and his

interaction with his people. Allah sent a camel as a

sign, but they harmed the camel. This book narrates

the story for young readers.

All books come with large,

captivating illustrations. Printed

on glossy art paper.

Very early in Yusuf’s (A) childhood, some thrilling

and suspenseful events happened in his life. Young

readers will fi nd these stories fascinating and the

events will surely trigger their imagination.

This book describes one phase in the life of Musa

(A)—when he ran away from Egypt to Madyan.

Several fascinating, life-changing events took place

while he was in Madyan. This colorful book narrates

the incidents that took place while Musa (A) was in

Madyan.

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This book narrates the story of Ibrahim (A) and his

arguments against idol worshipping—about the sun,

the moon and stars, an argument with his father, and

the dramatic event in a temple.

This book on the life of Musa (A) describes a period

when Musa’s (A) mother put infant Musa (A) in a

basket on a river to save him. This suspenseful event

in Musa’s (A) life is narrated beautifully in the Qur’an.

This book introduces young readers to the inspiring

childhood of this illustrious nabi.

Refreshing and Inspiring Qur’an Stories

for children ages 4 to 9

This book on the life of Musa (A) narrates the account

of the Israelites building a golden calf to worship. The

story introduces young readers to the historic events of

the Israelite nation.

This delightful collection is designed to introduce

young children to the abiding stories of the

Qur’an. The stories are narrated in a manner that

allows children to can enjoy and learn. Each page

is beautifully illustrated to complement the events

of the story.

Young readers can read these stories by

themselves. Parents can read them as bedtime

stories. These books can be the fi rst stepping

stones to creating interest in children about the

Qur’an.

The lasting values derived from these books can

be the best gifts you could give to your child.

Remember to give these books as birthday gifts

or Eid gifts to your friends and family.

Each book is printed on glossy art paper. Large, captivating illustrations will surely appeal to young readers.

Each book has 16 pages.

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Third Edition

Quiz Book on Islam: For All Levels of Expertise

• Content divided into Beginner, Intermediate and

Advance Levels—suitable for ages 6 to 18

• Easy to teach, easy to read, easy to learn. This quiz

book is like no other. Extra challenges are provided with

advanced trivia questions.

• Designed to boost your students’ knowledge base. You

will be amazed how much students can learn in a short

amount of time.

• Contains over 1,700 questions

• Over 100 different topics—testing every area of Islamic

Studies

• Answers provided at the end of the book. Detailed

explanations provided for many answers

6” x 9” perfect bound, 160 pages

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Do Not: Prohibition Verses in

the Qur’ān

The Muslim world is increasingly confronted with the issues

of right and wrong in Islam. All the prohibitions and wrongs

are stated using action verve, requiring believers to pay

attention to them and to guard against committing them.

Acquire this beautifully printed and bound book for your

personal collection.

Give the book to someone as a gift on special occasion—a

graduation, birthday, wedding—or any other occasion.

Pages: 224 List price: CAD 8.00

Binding: Polyurethane, soft cover (leather-like)

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Retail

Price in CAD

Islamic Studies

Islamic Studies—Kindergarten $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 1 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 2 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 3 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 4 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 5 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 6 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 7 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 8 $20.00

Islamic Studies—Level 9 $17.00

Islamic Studies—Level 10 $17.00

Islamic Studies—Level 11–12 $17.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 1 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 2 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 3 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 4 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 5 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 6 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 7 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 8 $7.00

Islamic Studies—Student Workbook: Level 9 $7.00

Annotated Teacher’s Edition

Islamic Studies: Annotated Teacher’s Edition $26.00 (available for each Islamic Studies book (1 —8)

Islamic Studies: Norwegian Edition

Islamske studier : Nivå 1 $17.00

Islamske studier : Nivå 2 $17.00

Islamske studier : Nivå 3 $17.00

Islamic Studies: French Edition

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 1 $17.00

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 2 $17.00

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 3 $17.00

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 4 $17.00

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 5 $17.00

Etudes Islamiques : Niveau 6 $17.00

Pre-School and Kindergarten Books

My Islamic Coloring Book (for Pre-School) $13.00

Beginners 5-Pillars of Islam (for Kindergarten) $13.00

Ready to Write Alif Ba Ta (for Kindergarten) $13.00

Learning Numbers and Counting in Arabic $ 8.00

Islamic Studies—Kindergarten $20.00

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Retail

Price

Seerah Books

Life of Rasūlullāh: Makkah Period $17.00

Life of Rasūlullāh: Madinah Period $17.00

Arabic Studies

Beginners Arabic Reading $ 8.00

Arabic Writing Workbook $13.00

Ready to Write Alif Ba Ta (for Kindergarten) $13.00

Write and Erase Arabic Alphabet $ 8.00

Qur’ānic Studies

Juz ‘Amma for School Students $17.00

Juz ‘Amma (without transliteration) $17.00

Juz Tabārak–Part 29 of the Qur’ān $17.00

Juz ‘Amma Primer with Color Codes for Tajweed $ 8.00

Tajweed Made Easy $16.00

21 Du’a for Children $ 3.00

Juz ‘Amma Workbook Volume 1 $ 8.00

Juz ‘Amma Workbook Volume 2 $ 8.00

Do Not: Prohibition Verses in the Qur’ān $ 8.00

Stories of the Messengers of Allāh

Adam (A) in the Garden $ 7.00

Salih (A) and the Camel $ 7.00

Ibrāhīm (A) and the Idols $ 7.00

Yūsuf (A) and His Childhood $ 7.00

Mūsā (A) and His Childhood $ 7.00

Mūsā (A) in Madyan $ 7.00

Mūsā (A) and the Golden Calf $ 7.00

Activity Books

My Islamic Activity Book (for Grades 3 to 8) $16.00

Quiz Book on Islam (for Grades 1 to 10) $13.00

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*School discount: To purchase for schools, please contact us at sales@albarakahbooks.com

with your requirements. We offer upto 25% discount on purchases for schools. All discounts are

based on the printed retail price

If you are not in the U.S., please

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Announcing

Message of ISLAM

A new series of Islamic Studies books

Because you deserve books that deliver

to be Available in 2021, insha-Allah

The unprecedented success of the Weekend Learning Series

of Islamic Studies books created demand for a

similar series for full-time Islamic schools.

Large number of chapters, suitable for entire school year

Detailed, in-depth presentation

300+ pages in each book

Enriching, motivating, inspiring lessons

Includes class discussion and critical thinking topics

Optional Annotated Teacher’s Editions for each book

Separate Student Workbook

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Curriculum based textbooks

A complete teaching system for

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