These books in the Mini Mu’min Dua Series are a great way to introduce familiar concepts in an Islamic framework to preschoolers and teach them the accompanying duas for them. I previously reviewed Sajaad is Sick, which pleasantly surprised me, and this book proved that the series has consistency and value.
The pictures are colorful, but basic, there are no faces or people included. The text rhymes, yet has a nice cadence that doesn’t seem overly forced throughout the 38 pages. The book is large, 8×10, with a glossary cover, and decent weight and binding.
This book includes a few footnotes: defining hijab, giving the ayats for the commandment to draw your veil over your bodies, the hadith about starting with your right, etc. There are four duas included, the one for getting dressed, the one for wearing something new, the dua for when someone else wears something new, and the dua for getting undressed.