Author: Sarah Javed
Illustrator : Yati Yusoff
Publisher : SH Publishing (Sarah’s Homeschool Publishing)
What to expect: Self-reflection, Better parenting tips, Wudu technique, and a Happy family
Summary: Huthayfah is an eight year old boy who struggles to deal with his anger when he doesn’t get his way.
What did the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) tell us to do when we get angry? Let Huthayfah share how he learns to control his anger.
Suitable as a point of discussion for a variety of ages, however, aimed at ages 5-8 years.
Our Thoughts: The only page that has a face is the front page with the worm. The pictures inside the book are faceless yet we can read the emotions of the characters. It was well done masha’Allah.
In the Gulzar’s home, life is beautiful. Huthayfah wants to go to the park alone but wise Mommy wants to bring the whole bunch on this trip and after she is at a good stopping point with her daily homeschooling activities in the house.
Huthayfah is not pleased with Mommy’s reply because he didn’t want a crowd. So he throws a fit and breaks a few things. Mommy could have hit him for his behavior but she didn’t. She sent him to his room instead to reflect on his behavior.
In his room, Huthayfah reflects and remembers several religious scriptures that help him calm down. After trying very hard to get Shaytan away from him, our protagonist succeeds and comes back down.
Buy your copy today on Amazon here to find out the rest of the story :). I ordered mine there and it came within a week! Alhamdullilah.
You can follow the author’s homeschooling journey and tips on YouTube or in Instagram @sarahijaved.
Our Rating : 5/5
Jazak’Allah khair for reading,
~A Ducktrinor Mom~