Middle East History Books for Children

The Atlas Of Islam: People, Daily Life And Traditions

Atlas Of Islam People
ASIN: 0764156314

Barron's Educational Series


Author: Neil Morris

Your child will love this cool book by Neil Morris. The author is Neil Morris and it was published by Barron's Educational Series. It was available on bookshelves sometime in 2003. Those who are inside the library you can almost certainly look it up using the Dewey Decimal number, G1786.S1 M6 2003. The book is 64 pages long. It's 13.23" Height x 0.51" Length x 9.96" Width. It has a weight of 1.1 lbs. To get your own personal print of this children's book, visit the button.

This large-format, beautifully color-illustrated compendium of info for young adult readers describes on the list of world's most widespread religions. Combining illustrations of unusual good quality with concise information, this volume provides a fine introduction towards the planet of Islam for young adult readers. A large selection of illustrations. The book is divided into 27 sections, each focusing on a separate aspect of Muslim history and culture. Major topics include Arabia before Islam, the prophet Muhammad, Arab expansion, Islamic Spain, the Seljuk Turks, the Crusades, Islamic worship, Islamic festivals, art and architecture, the emergence of Muslim states, Islam today, and a lot of other individuals. Readers acquaint themselves with the Muslim people in distinct parts of the world, in exactly the very same time as with their art, architecture, history, and activities, both religious and secular. Every single page presents five or six vivid illustrations with lengthy descriptive captions.



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