The Gift of Eid By Shazia Nazlee

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Shazia Nazlee
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The Gift of Eid by Shazia Nazlee
ISBN: 9789960969084
Author: Shazia Nazlee
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 24
Size: 8.3 x 11.2 inches
Publication 2006
About This Book:
"The Gift of Eid" by Shazia Nazlee is a beautiful and emotionally evocative story that depicts the essence of the Islamic holiday of Eid's joy, unity, and spiritual significance. Shazia Nazlee's book immerses readers in the lively and joyful atmosphere of Eid, offering a look into the rituals and celebrations that mark this important event for Muslims around the world through a fascinating narrative and stunningly evocative images.
"The Gift of Eid" depicts these qualities with depth and empathy. Eid is a time of rejuvenation, thankfulness, and community. The novel portrays the anticipation, acts of charity (zakat al-fitr), and simple delight of Eid through the eyes of a young protagonist, reaffirming the holiday's principles of empathy, kindness, and family.
Key highlights of "The Gift of Eid" include:
Cultural Richness: 
The book beautifully integrates elements of Islamic culture, custom, and heritage into the tale, giving readers a greater appreciation of the various Eid celebrations.
Family and Community:
Shazia Nazlee's narration emphasizes the value of family bonds and community cohesion, emphasizing the role of love and togetherness in Eid celebrations.
Spiritual thought: 
The book encourages readers to engage in spiritual thought and thankfulness, reminding them of the deeper, soul-nourishing components of Eid.
Acts of Charity: 
"The Gift of Eid" explains the notion of zakat al-fitr, or almsgiving to those in need, emphasizing the need to aid those in need throughout the holiday season.
Universal Themes:
While based in Islamic tradition, the novel has universal themes such as love, unity, and the joy of giving, making it a relatable and interesting read for a wide audience.

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