“Little Zayd! Please can you get off the sofa and help us put out the food,” called out Little Zayd’s sister,
The Sun was beaming through the scattered clouds on a pleasant Sunday morning. After a hearty breakfast together,
Little Zayd’s face was beaming as he returned from school. Standing at the side of their house, Mother and Grandmother
Ever since Rabi al-Awwal began, Little Zayd’s happiness was a sight to behold. After all, the days of receiving precious gifts
The playground was hustling and bustling. Some kids were playing tag, some were playing with frisbees,
In the evening, Mother got the beds in the guest room ready. Big Sister was feeding Aunt’s daughter,
“Just because it’s hot, it doesn’t mean you should eat ice cream every two hours,” explained Mum.
Little Zayd quickly put on his school uniform and rushed to the kitchen. “If you finish your breakfast,
After praying Maghrib salah, Little Zayd and grandfather went to the marketplace.