IHRC Bookshop and Gallery

IHRC Bookshop and Gallery

Please visit us on-line http://shop.ihrc.org, or if you are in or near London, UK please pop in and visit us.


With Ramadan passing by and Eid almost there, IHRC Bookshop offers you a range of books and gift ideas for children and Teenager’s. With many new titles in the children and Teen’s Section, getting that perfect gift for your loved one’s is quite an easy task for those busy Ramadan ending and Eid approaching  days. We have some great offers in-store and on-line. Check out our Children and Teen Section at the IHRC Bookshop

We have some great offers in-store and on-line.

We have new Prints and original artwork at very reasonable prices from the Spanish artist Basira from Granada.  Her Kufic style inspired works, including two original works are being sold in the UK for the first time through the IHRC Bookshop and Gallery and are on sale at a special price.  You can find her work here; including links to the two original pieces we have in-store here: 

New In

We have a number of new fiction books for teens covering stories from Palestine, Lebanon, Ethiopia and Australia including William Sutcliffe’s acclaimed novel The Wall.  Find them here:  

We also have some new books for children http://shop.ihrc.org/children

Celebrating Eid Ul Fitr with Ama Fatima:

A great book for children to understand the essence of celebrating, Eid in Islam and a great gift for and Child.     

First Thousand Words in Arabic

This is an introduction to 1000 common words in classical Arabic. Arranged thematically, many of the pages show an everyday scene, surrounded by pictures of objects from the scene with their Arabic names. An Arabic/English dictionary of all the words is included. 

The Perfect Gift

Sarah is sad because she cannot find a Eid gift for her mother, so she takes a walk along the secret path in the woods that always makes her feel better. There she finds the first flower of spring—Allah’s perfect gift to the world. A gentle introduction to learning to appreciate Allah’s handiwork in the simple wonders of the natural world.

Snow White: An Islamic Tale: Involving the power of a djinn, poisoned dates, seven dwarf sisters-in-faith, and a mysterious old peddler woman in the woods wearing a face veil, this lyrically told story offers a unique twist on this fairy tale, whilst keeping the classic much-loved story intact, including a hateful and vain stepmother, a considerate huntsman, and a charming prince.

Set in the heady snow-strewn woodlands of Anatolia by the illustrator Shireen Adams, this tale of flight, friendship, and forgiveness is richly detailed and beautifully brought to life.

“Snow White” is the second book in the Islamic Fairy Tales series, which looks to offer meaningful and faithful variants of these popular worldwide stories.

A Muslim Girl’s Guide to Life’s Big Changes: A great book for 9-14 year olds. Have you ever wanted to know the truth about growing up as a young Muslimah but were too shy to ask an adult? Well this is the perfect book for you! 

Written from a `big sister’ perspective, A Muslim Girl’s Guide to Life’s Big Changes explains all, from choosing the right friendship group, advice about school life and social life, to the physical changes you will experience from the age of 9 onwards. 
Rayhana Khan has drawn on her solid Islamic upbringing, her role as a teaching assistant at a local primary school as well as her work at a Muslim Girls’ Youth club to write this indispensible handbook.

A Muslim Boy’s Guide to Life’s Big Changes:

A great book for 10-15 year old boys. Have you ever had questions about growing up as a Muslim but didn’t know who to ask? Well this is the perfect book for you!You’ll discover the exciting world of the growing Muslim teenager with this practical and easy – to – read guide, that gives ‘brotherly’ advice on life in general from Islam and friends, school and home life through to the physical changes you will experience from the age of 11 onwards.

When Wings Expand: A raw and emotional journal charting the loss of Nur’s mother to cancer. Winner of the Unpublished Muslim Writer’s Award 2011.

Upcoming events

We have An Evening with Joe Glenton, the British soldier who refused to serve in Afghanistan, talking about his book Soldier Box on 28 August. Keep an eye out for your invitation to be in the audience as this event will be an IHRC TV event.

In September we will be hosting up and coming photographer and artist Nasreen Jamal al-Lail Sheikh’s work.The launch night will be 18 September, so please RSVP to events@ihrc.org if you would like to book your place.

Looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you soon.  

With prayers and peace from the IHRC Bookshop & Gallery team.


IHRC Bookshop, Gallery & Information Centre

202 Preston Road

Tel:  020 8904 4222
Web: shop.ihrc.org
E: shop@ihrc.org

Twitter: @ihrcbookshop

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