The Beautiful Names - A fun way of acquiring Ma'rifat - recognition of Allah. A collection of highly entertaining, sometimes funny poems that demonstrate the qualities of Allah using every day examples. Learn why eagles don't need flight lessons, or how to chase the monster out of your cupboard. Learn about Abraha and his army, and how they were destroyed, or about how mankind began to worship idols after the death of Adam AS. Beautifully illustrated in full color, The Beautiful Names is bound to acquire a place of honour on every child's bookshelf.
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About the Author
Saaleha Bhamjee is a freelance writer based in South Africa. She began writing professionally in 2002. Her first articles appeared in the An Nisaa Magazine. She's had a short story in The Straight Path as well. She then began writing as a regular columnist for The Muslim Woman, South Africa's most widely read Islamic Magazine. She maintained this job for two and a half years.
She left The Muslim Woman in 2006 and has since had numerous articles on Islam Online and one in the UK based Muslim Weekly. Some of her poems have appeared in The Muslim Voices Poetry Anthology - 2005. A short story has been featured in the Islamic Writers Alliance magazine, Islamic Ink.
She is currently a reviewer for the Islamic Poetry website. Many of her poems have been posted on the site as well. She is working on a collection of South African short stories and a novel.
Please visit her blog at: www.afrocentric-muslimah.blogspot.com