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The Swirling Hijaab

In the hands of this imaginative little girl, her mum's hijaab becomes a billowing sail, an impenetrable fort, a nomad's pack and a cloak fit for a warrior queen. But what is it really used for?

Charmingly illustrated, this is an endearing story in rhyme about the way a young Muslim girl feels about the hijaab, or headscarf, that her mother wears.

Author: Na'ima bint Robert
Illustrator: Nilesh Mistry
Pages: 24


Height: 23.5 cm

Width: 28 cm

Weight: 0.144 lb

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