Nightly News With Safa – A Review

Nightly News Cover

 

Synopsis: Safa’s tired of the same old, sad news she sees on TV, so she comes up with a wonderful idea!  She creates her own broadcast about the who, what, when, where, and why about her day at school. Her bedroom becomes her very own newsroom to tell her mom all about her day, pulling her mom away from the negative news on TV she gives her an upbeat news story to cheer her up…every night.

Age Range: I would say 3+

Author: Helal Musleh

Illustrator : Hatem Aly

Publisher: Prolance, 2016

Price : $15 on Amazon

What to expect: Creativity, Love, Positivity, Change

Nightly News With Safa is about a young brave and perceptive girl who decided to entertain her mother and herself after she noticed that the news channel is filled with depressive information.

About 18 pages, the texts are simple to follow for young readers in my opinion. The illustrations are also very beautiful. Any child of any faith can relate to the story because it depicts the current state of affairs where Muslims and non-Muslims children alike fear the news and have started asking questions to their parents.

The book also implies to children that they can grow and make a difference. They just need to believe in themselves. It was a great and lovely idea from Author Helal to put this story together.

Nightly News Launch Poster

Buy Nightly News With Safa here

Follow the Author here please.

Houb Salam (Peace and Love),

Papatia Feauxzar

 

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64 comments

  1. Papatia · January 25, 2016

    Reblogged this on Between Sisters, SVP! and commented:

    My first children book review 🙂

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    • Helal Musleh · January 26, 2016

      Thanks so much for your lovely review of my book! I’m so glad you enjoyed it :).

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      • Papatia · January 26, 2016

        You’re welcome! I loved it masha’Allah. And no problem at all :), xx!

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  2. Life as Mum · January 25, 2016

    My girls love listening to me reading books. This book sounds great! x

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    • Papatia · January 25, 2016

      Yay, perfect! It’s very cute. Insha’Allah, they will like it if you get it :), xx.

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  3. Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy · January 25, 2016

    This sounds like something that my little niece would really enjoy 🙂

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  4. laurahartley · January 25, 2016

    What a cute idea 🙂 I’d love my child to read books like this whilst growing up !

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  5. saima asghar · January 25, 2016

    What an innovative idea and title. It sounds so fresh and cute. I would love my children read this intersting n fun title. Lemme check its price n shipping procedure to Pakistan 🙂

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    • Papatia · January 25, 2016

      Thank you! 🙂 I hope you’re able to get it!

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  6. Ana De Jesus · January 25, 2016

    Do you have children? I like the concept behind the story and how relevant it is to modern culture. Great review.

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    • Papatia · January 25, 2016

      I have one son of 16 months 🙂 alhamdullilah Ana.

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  7. Foodeva Marsay · January 25, 2016

    Lovely idea, would love to see me Nephews n Nieces doing something like that..

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  8. Tara | C&CO. · January 25, 2016

    This sounds like a lovely, positive book any child would be lucky to hear/read 🙂

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  9. Aaliyah · January 25, 2016

    This book sounds great. 🙂

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  10. maryamkabir · January 25, 2016

    everything is better than watching The news 🙂 this girl is smart

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    • Papatia · January 25, 2016

      I tell you she is lol! 😉 Thx girl for the support!

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  11. foxxie52 · January 25, 2016

    This looks like a great book. I think my eldest (2 and a half) would really like it. To be honest, I’ll read her ANYTHING that isn’t The Gruffalo! We’ve read that one so often I can recite it!

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  12. ImaanCentral.com · January 25, 2016

    Reblogged this on ImaanCentral.com.

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  13. rukukazia · January 26, 2016

    Sounds like a much needed book for today’s time, thanks for the review, I hope to read this book!

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  14. Elizabeth · January 26, 2016

    a fantastic story and great illustrations, this! 🙂 Love it!

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  15. fashionandstylepolice · January 26, 2016

    This is so cool. Will love my kids to read a lot of books. Well done.

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    • Papatia · January 26, 2016

      Thx Sister :)! I pray they become avid readers! xx

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  16. Nakida · January 26, 2016

    I am surely adding this to my list of books to buy in sha Allah. I love the title and i hope to read it soon in sha Allah.

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    • Papatia · January 26, 2016

      Masha’Allah, please do and may Allah always reward you, amiin! 🙂

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  17. Rachel · January 26, 2016

    This looks so cute, really well done you x

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  18. Ra1neX · January 26, 2016

    I like the sound of this book. It’s something I would read to the young ones if I were still a teacher.

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  19. Samantha Rickelton · January 26, 2016

    Love the style of your book review – straight to the point with all the info I would look for. Thanks x

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    • Papatia · January 27, 2016

      Yes, it is :)! That’s what I loved about it.

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  20. irumirshad · January 26, 2016

    I like the creativity of the author and it brings so much of positivity… Short crisp effective and worth 🙂

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  21. Tracey @ One Frazzled Mum · January 26, 2016

    What lovely book book I love the idea behind the story

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  22. Sakina · January 26, 2016

    As a school librarian, I have to get a copy of this book! I can’t wait for payday to roll around. Great review.

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    • Papatia · January 27, 2016

      Ah, you’re generous! I hope it’s always checked out when you get haha! 🙂

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  23. Jameela · January 27, 2016

    It looks really interesting. I have a lot of books so I can’t wait to add this to my collection.

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  24. Tanya Brannan · January 27, 2016

    This sounds like a lovely little book! It’s a shame as my daughters are now grown, but I would have loved to have read it to them.

    Tx

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  25. Famidha · January 27, 2016

    🙂 finally some good news! Must be fun to read .. I am not sure if I will buy, but I really like the Synopsis!

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  26. Amina · January 27, 2016

    This is a great book review! My 4 year old may really enjoy this book. It is nice to see more and more books that our children can relate to, instead of the same old:)

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    • Papatia · January 27, 2016

      Yea, it’s very relatable. Let me know if the 4 year old approves 🙂 if you get it, xx!

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  27. Kai | Lilpink · January 28, 2016

    Ma sha Allah. I am like Safa. I dont like the news at all, so I don’t watch it. 😛

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  28. WhatLauraLoves · January 28, 2016

    I love the illustration on the front of the book, so pretty xxx

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  29. Amina · January 29, 2016

    Masha Allah, look forward to adding this to our young readers’ library. Many lessons to learn plus the main character sounds positive and proactive.

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  30. Muslim Mummy · January 30, 2016

    Oh I have this to review too! Looks like a cute book

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    • Papatia · January 31, 2016

      Looking forward to read it sis! :), xx!

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  31. umm asiya · February 1, 2016

    This book is wonderful, it inspired my niece to write her own story lol and my friends kids made their own tv out of a cardboard, Masha allaah.

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    • Papatia · February 1, 2016

      Masha’Allah! That’s wonderful :). May Allah always bless her, amiin! xx

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  32. Zainab Dokrat · February 1, 2016

    Inshallah look forward to giving this book a read 🙂

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  33. rovais · February 1, 2016

    Now this makes me want to go grab a copy of this book!

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  34. thegomamas · February 14, 2016

    What a nice book.I like the premise. I know even as an adult, the news can be overwhelming

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    • Papatia · February 14, 2016

      Yea, it’s so depressing *_*. Ty! 🙂

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