// New Children's Story Book" Ilyas and Duck: Search for Allah"
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« on: Apr 13, 2012 07:03 PM »


We recently stumbled upon this great company, Little Big Kids, featuring Islamically themed products for children. As a mother of three, living in the US, it has been such a challenge finding products that are both attractive and educational WITH an islamic theme. We recently purchased their wall clock & Arabic Floor Puzzle for our kids, and they absolutely loved it. They are launching a children's story book "Ilyas and Duck, Search for Allah" which I am looking forward to, since my 4 year-old is constantly asking this question "where is Allah?" http://www.ilyasandduck.com/

I was thrilled to find Little Big Kids, and wanted to share their company with other Muslim Parents. It is imperative to support muslim owned businesses, especially those that are catering to our youth.

here is their website: www.littlebigkids.com
and info about their upcoming book: http://www.ilyasandduck.com/
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