Eight year old Ibrahim and friends win a Quran competition, where the prize sees them scoring tickets to watch an exciting football game after their class is paid a visit by Hakeem Mohammed, a star football player from the California Spartans.
Hakeem Mohammed and the California Spartans are in New York City for one of the most anticipated football games of the season. Ibrahim and friends unite with Hakeem in the locker room to meet the team before the big game. Though their meetings with Hakeem were brief, he instilled a life long impression before going on to star in one of the most memorable games in football.
This story unfolds in No Ordinary Day, the first book from 'Childhood Champions', a new series of stories about a group of Muslim children in New York City and their daily adventures.
The Project is the story of Ibrahim and his friends, who are determined to work together as a team to win first prize at their school science fair. However, Yasin decides to make an effort to complete the project alone. This is a story of how much more can be achieved as part of a team than individually and the unexpected rewards that teamwork can deliver.
This story unfolds in The Project, the second book from 'Childhood Champions', a series of stories about a group of Muslim children in New York City and their daily adventures.
Safety Patrol is the story of Ibrahim and his friends who take part in a citywide competition about safety. The winner of the competition will be named student safety patrol assistant for the school. However, Ibrahim, the winner is nervous about the responsibility of helping pedestrians cross the dangerous intersection known Crash Alley. The story helps to teach kids to cross busy intersections safely.
This story unfolds in Safety Patrol, the third book from 'Childhood Champions', a series of stories about a group of Muslim children in New York City and their daily adventures.
It's important for young black girls to have cultural representation and see themselves reflected in books. Race, ethnicity, as well as gender representations are empowering. Please enjoy this coloring book while bringing fun, cool, and inspiring images to life.
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Childhood Champions Coloring Book. This book features 14 exciting pictures for your child to add color to the characters. Enjoy this coloring book and thank you so much for the continued support.
When I Grow Up is dedicated to children of colour. It was created to inspire, boost self-esteem and encourage kids to dream big. Books can be tools for children to imagine and discover the unknown. For kids, being able to see themselves reflected in books is essential. When one can see his or herself represented in books as doctors, architects or professional athletes, it reinforces that anything is possible.
Aminaah quickly shook the Deputy Director's hand and headed back to her seat as her classmates looked on in astonishment and amazement. Now, her classmates were looking at her with a newfound admiration.
The same year, Aminaah received a scholarship funded by NASA and went ahead to study quantum physics at Alabama State University. It was only a matter of time before she could apply to work as an astronaut.
Her dreams had finally come true.