The King, The Queen and the Hoopoe Bird

Dr. Osman Umarji

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A QURANIC FANTASY ADVENTURE

The hoopoe lives in the blessed land of Sham. He is a soldier in the miraculous army of Prophet Sulaiman. It seems like just another day on patrol as he flies over the distant land of Saba...until he witnesses something peculiar that will change his life forever. Will a great war break out between two powerful civilizations or will peace prevail? Join the hoopoe as he narrates the miraculous events that take place during Prophet Sulaiman's life. Welcome to the Chronicles of Bani Israil, where the battle for truth and justice never ends.


"Dr. Umarji has combined his creativity, knowledge of the Islamic sciences, and academic acumen to produce a riveting read for young Muslims. This book will develop a love for the Quran, the Prophets, and ultimately Allah in the hearts of our children."
- Shaykh Omar Husain, Religious Director, MCECC

"This is the first book I have ever come across which presents young Muslims with an adventurous, intellectual, and entertaining story based on the Quran. The author has skillfully preserved the core of the story while using artistic license to spice up the narrative. The need for such a work is long overdue. I anticipate this work to be a bestseller in the English-speaking Muslim community, since almost nothing like it exists."
- Shaykh Mustafa Umar, President, Cal Islamic University

 

About the author

Dr. Osman Umarji is a scholar of Islam and educational psychology. He studied at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, and received his Ph.D. in Education from the University of California, Irvine. He is currently the Director of Survey Research and Evaluation at the Yaqeen Institute For Islamic Research. He loves being out in nature amongst the trees, mountains, and birds with his wife and children in Southern California.

Author Dr. Osman Umarji
Illustrator Sama Wareh
Publisher Prolance (2019)
Dimensions 200 mm x 130 mm x 10 mm
Weight 170 g
Pages 134
Type Paperback 
ISBN 9781733826754