A Light at The End of The Tunnel: The Stories of Muslim Teens by Sumaiya Beshir
Author: Sumaiya Beshir
Book Binding: Softcover
Size:9.0 x 6.0 x 0.3 inch
About This Book:
Sumaiya Beshir's book "A Light at the End of the Tunnel: The Stories of Muslim Teens" was published in 2012. This anthology of stories focuses on Muslim teens' experiences, struggles, and successes. Sumaiya Beshir's "A Light at the End of the Tunnel" gives a distinct and captivating perspective as she tells anecdotes of Muslim adolescent lives. Faith, family dynamics, friendships, personal struggles, cultural identity, and societal influences may all be explored in the book. A young reader tells about the young reader
Beshir may hope to inspire and empower young Muslims through the book's tales by showing relevant characters and events. The stories may depict the difficulties of growing up in a multicultural and diverse society while maintaining one's beliefs and values. Sumaiya Beshir's storytelling as a novelist may be both sincere and thought-provoking. She might use her talent to connect with readers and produce fascinating storylines that shed light on Muslim teenagers' ambitions, dreams, and aspirations.
The book features a collection of short stories written by Muslim teens. Through their stories they share the struggles and experiences they have faced on issues such as dating, friendship, hijab, respecting parents, clarifying misconceptions about Islam and defining one's identity