Tales of the alphabet with the prophets


In this book, we advance with each story an educational value and a practical idea, so that it leaves an imprint of faith and education in the heart and mind of the child.

If he catches the pen, he remembers the pen of Zakariya, peace be upon him, and feels the importance of reading and writing.

And when he sits at the table, he remembers the table that came down from heaven as a miracle for Jesus, peace be upon him, and thanks God for this blessing.

And when he receives guests, he remembers the guest of Ibrahim, peace be upon him, and his honor for them

And when he feels fear, he remembers the fear of Moses, peace be upon him, so he reassures his heart and treats his fear by resorting to God.

Through the story of Abraham's supplication, peace be upon him, he loves to supplicate.

He strives to seek knowledge following the example of Yoshaa bin Nun, peace be upon him.

He asks God to grant him knowledge like Ibrahim, peace be upon him.

In sickness, he repeats the supplication of Ayoub, peace be upon him: My Lord, I have been afflicted by adversity, and You are the Most Merciful of those who show mercy.

And in adversity, he supplicates with the supplication of Yunus, peace be upon him: There is no god but You, Glory be to You. Indeed, I was of the wrongdoers.

Thus, the child relates to the life of the prophets through the stories and what they contain of educational values ​​and practical ideas, and he remembers the prophets whenever he looks here or there, and he strives to follow their example (in a way that suits his age and abilities), and he longs to meet them in the afterlife, God willing.