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The Muslims is about 2 kids, Hani and Huda, and the lessons they learn through everyday life. Each chapter tackles different moral issues such as stealing, sharing, being grateful and much more. Join Hani and Huda as they learn different aspects of Islam through their own life experiences.


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The Muslims is about 2 kids, Hani and Huda, and the lessons they learn through everyday life. Each chapter tackles different moral issues such as stealing, sharing, being grateful and much more. Join Hani and Huda as they learn different aspects of Islam through their own life experiences.

37 review for The Muslims: a Graphic Novel (Volume 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Papatia Feauxzar

    For someone who grew up reading Manga graphic novels like Naruto, I appreciated this effort by Author Ahmad Phillips to cater to a young Muslim audience. The book has 5 illustrated chapters which deal with different situations. Chapter 1 is titled ‘Life is a Test’. Chapter 2 is ‘Rainy Day’. Chapter 3 is named ‘Being Truthful’. Chapter 4 ‘Having Fun’ and finally Chapter 5 deals with ‘Arrogance’. Chapter 1, 2, and 5 mainly revolve around Hani, the male character. On the other hand, Chapter 3 and 4 a For someone who grew up reading Manga graphic novels like Naruto, I appreciated this effort by Author Ahmad Phillips to cater to a young Muslim audience. The book has 5 illustrated chapters which deal with different situations. Chapter 1 is titled ‘Life is a Test’. Chapter 2 is ‘Rainy Day’. Chapter 3 is named ‘Being Truthful’. Chapter 4 ‘Having Fun’ and finally Chapter 5 deals with ‘Arrogance’. Chapter 1, 2, and 5 mainly revolve around Hani, the male character. On the other hand, Chapter 3 and 4 are mainly about his sister Huda. In chapter 2, I wished there was a flashback or an explanation on how the children were taught the duas about rain in the first place. Chapter 5 ends with a cliffhanger, and I’m curious to see how the ending scene plays out. Also, I don’t know why the teacher had to be so large… That said, it made me giggle a bit. Having said all these above, the art of the book is a bit simplistic in my opinion but the graphic novel has good maxims we can use to teach Muslim children. In other words, I feel like The Muslims needs more details in the background of certain illustrations or more realistic facial expressions throughout and consistently the comic. Not to be harsh, the illustrations are at a sketch level now and need to be more fleshed out to achieve the level of mainstream comics’ quality insha’Allah. Of course, that also requires capital that self-publishers don’t always have. Hoping this review is beneficial to the author and wishing him all the best with his art, ameen.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kheriya

    Masha Allah! This book is unique. There are very few comics that are aimed at Muslim children and contain entertaining moral stories. Most of the time the dialogue is simple enough for children to read on their own. There are very few instances where a character gets long-winded and talks in more detail than necessary. Other than that minor gripe, I think this is an excellent effort by the author. I look forward to read the next volume to my son when it is released, insha Allah.

  3. 4 out of 5

    kelly wong

    :D It teaches good lessons about children. It’s also funny with an sense of humor. I looking forward for volume 2!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Philips

    An excellent read for God conscious parents to give to their children. Not only is it fun but it teaches morals as well.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Muhab

    A great book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Moore

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    Khan

  8. 5 out of 5

    Uzma Jan

  9. 4 out of 5

    Eman Philips

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    Andréa

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    Frederick Rotzien

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    Micielle

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    Ms. Reader

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    Melissa ahmed

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    Lynn Demsky

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    Stacia Chappell

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    Charissa Rate

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    Julia

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    Katharine Adams

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    Diane

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    Debee Sue

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    Brooke

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    Pamela Miller

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    Carissa Burks

  34. 4 out of 5

    Shoa Khan

  35. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Bradley

  36. 4 out of 5

    Pam Mooney

  37. 4 out of 5

    Jill Rivera

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