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This book moves chronologically through the calendar year and looks at the typical events, customs and celebrations celebrated by Muslim children. Festivals such as Ashura and Lailat ul-Miraj, and personal customs such as Ramadan are explored through the use of religious articles, books, buildings, symbols and food.



Look inside nine-year-old Nayaab's diary to read what it's like to be at each event.



Links to the following units in the DfES Scemes of Work: 1A What does it mean to belong? (Year 1, looking at religious symbols, clothes, buildings and festivals), 1D Beliefs and practice - generic (Year 1), 3A Celebrations -generic (Year 2), 3A What do signs and symbols mean in religion? (Year 3)

My Muslim year - Cath Senker

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Title
My Muslim year
Author
Cath Senker
format
Hardback
Publisher
Wayland
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20030213

This book moves chronologically through the calendar year and looks at the typical events, customs and celebrations celebrated by Muslim children. Festivals such as Ashura and Lailat ul-Miraj, and personal customs such as Ramadan are explored through the use of religious articles, books, buildings, symbols and food.



Look inside nine-year-old Nayaab's diary to read what it's like to be at each event.



Links to the following units in the DfES Scemes of Work: 1A What does it mean to belong? (Year 1, looking at religious symbols, clothes, buildings and festivals), 1D Beliefs and practice - generic (Year 1), 3A Celebrations -generic (Year 2), 3A What do signs and symbols mean in religion? (Year 3)

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Cath Senker is a children's non-fiction writer who specialises in writing about modern history, global issues and world religions. Her latest history titles include Living Through the Vietnam War (Raintree, 2011), Our World Divided: Israel and the Middle East (Wayland, 2011) and A Cultural History of Women in America: Women Claim the Vote (Bailey Publishing, 2011). She has a particular interest in the topics of migration, refugees and racism and recently wrote Mapping Global Issues: Immigrants and Refugees (Arcturus, 2011). In her work, Cath aims to highlight individuals' experiences and to present different viewpoints in a non-judgemental way as a basis for discussion.

Cath also works as a project manager and editor on non-fiction titles for both children and adults. Before embarking on a freelance career, she worked as a commissioning editor for a children's educational publishing company for eight years. She is also an experienced ESOL teacher.

Cath volunteers with City Reads, a project that aims to widen the enjoyment of books and reading among people of all ages, especially people from disadvantaged communities. She is a also a keen amateur cyclist, cook and gardener.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Fasts and feasts - Islam - Juvenile literature.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
32

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