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  • Many Windows by Rukhsana Khan
    Many Windows (English, Paperback) Rukhsana Khan, Elisa Carbone

    Many Windows is a book about young people who are friends despite their religious differences. It's a book about celebrations, that ultimately celebrates community, is a collection of...

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  • Muslim Child by Rukhsana Khan
    Muslim Child (English, Paperback) Rukhsana Khan, Patty Gallinger

    Muslim Child is a collection of short stories, poems and prose that examines the world through the eyes of Muslim children. Each story represents a tenet of Islam in a way which is both entertaining and enlightening.

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  • Big Red Lollipop by Rukhsana Khan
    Big Red Lollipop (English, Hardback) Rukhsana Khan, Sophie Blackall

    Rubina has been invited to her first birthday party, and her mother insists that she take her little sister along. Not only does Sana demand to win every game, but after the party she steals Rubina's prized party favor, a red lollipop. What's a fed-up big sister to do? Full color.

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  • Wanting Mor by Rukhsana Khan
    Wanting Mor (English, Paperback) Rukhsana Khan

    Jameela lives with her mother and father in Afghanistan. Despite the fact that there is no school in their poor, war-torn village, and though Jameela lives with a birth defect that has left her with a cleft lip, she feels relatively secure, sustained by her unwavering faith and the strength of her beloved mother, Mor. But when Mor suddenly dies, Jameela's father impulsively decides to seek a new life in Kabul. Jameela, a devout Muslim, is appalled as her father succumbs to drink and drugs and then suddenly remarries, a situation that turns Jameela into a virtual slave to her demanding stepmother. When the stepmother discovers that Jameela is trying to learn to read, she urges her father to abandon the child in Kabul's busy marketplace. Throughout it all, it is the memory of Mor that anchors her and in the end gives Jameela the strength to face her father and stepmother when fate brings them into her life again.

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  • The Roses in My Carpets by Rukhsana Khan
    The Roses in My Carpets (English, Paperback) Rukhsana Khan, Ronald Himler

    For a young refugee living with loss and terror-filled memories, time is measured by the next bucket of water, the next portion of bread, and the next call to prayer. Here, where everything - walls, floor, courtyard - is mud, a boy's heart can still long for freedom, independence, and safety. And here, where life is terribly fragile, the strength to endure grows out of need. But the strength to...

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  • King for a Day by Rukhsana Khan
    King for a Day (English, Paperback) Rukhsana Khan, Christiane Kromer

    Although confined to a wheelchair, Malik, a Pakistani boy, captures the most kites, including those of the bully next door, during the annual spring kite-flying festival of Basant and becomes ?King? of the festival for the day.

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  • King For A Day by Rukhsana Khan
    King For A Day (English, Hardback) Rukhsana Khan, Christiane Kromer

    Although confined to a wheelchair, Malik, a Pakistani boy, captures the most kites, including those of the bully next door, during the annual spring kite-flying festival of Basant and becomes ?King? of the festival for the day.

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