Jannah Jewels Book 6

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

Meet Fatima al-Fihri in the #1 Original Chapter Book Series for Muslim Kids!

In the sixth book, the Jannah Jewels visit the glorious city of Fes in Morocco. Young readers are taken through a dizzying maze as their five senses come alive in the exciting souks of Morocco. While trying to solve a riddle, the Jewels have to escape traps and tricks! Young readers find out more about the Golden Clock, the written secret locked inside, and about Jaffar and his family. The Jannah Jewels find out about the famous Fatima al-Fihri, the founder of the first university in the world, Al-Qarawiyine. And, wait a minute? Is that a goat in a tree? Find out more as the Jannah Jewels try to solve the riddle, escape Jaffar, and find the artifact in Fes before time runs out?

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9 reviews for Jannah Jewels Book 6

  1. Star

    “Jannah jewels is an awesome series and I think every Muslim girl should be reading it. My favorite part is in the middle of the book when Hidayah, Iman and Umm Amin are on Spirit, Iman’s horse.. Jaide, Sara and Musa’ab are dogging arrows shot from Khan’s guards when Spirit comes over and Hidayah starts shooting arrows in the guards shoes.
    The writing is easy to read and is suitable for kids in grade 1-3.” Review by 7yrs old

  2. Mohammad Salahuddin

    My kids loved it! Keep it up!

  3. Amazon Customer

    A great book series for Muslim girls to read. My 9 year old daughter loves them. She has been reading them since she was 7.

  4. USS Spirit

    I like Jannah Jewels Book 6 best. It is very fun when the Jannah Jewels get to see the goats in the trees. It is an adventure and fun! I like the part when Sara, Jaide, and Mus’ab get kidnapped by Khan and Jasmin. The books are so fun!

  5. -cr

    Very well written story for 2nd graders. I love how this series fills a void for easy chapter books for young Muslim kids. They can relate to the characters. Easy to read and great tie in with fantasy and history.

  6. S.I.

    I started reading this with my teenage sister who has Down Syndrome, and we were both hooked right away by the characters back stories and the promise of adventure. We ended up reading it from cover to cover in one sitting! My sister was able to relate to the four Jannah Jewels and we couldn’t help but grow to appreciate their distinctive strengths and insights. We haven’t read any of the other books in the series yet, but reading Volume 6 on its own wasn’t an issue. And this was some amazing writing, with rich descriptions that transported us into Morocco and characters who taught us important lessons along the way. We also discovered more about our inspiring Islamic historical legacy and heritage, alhamdulillah!

    Would highly recommend for all age groups, even adults 🙂 Thanks for sharing your writing with us!

  7. Haleema

    We introduced this amazing series to our school book club. The lessons in these books are so inspiring, motivational and pure. It’s great to empower our youth through literature. The students have learned so much about geography, the beautiful and rich cultures and people around the world, teamwork, and history. They are loving each book and can’t wait to get their hands on Book 7. Thank you for all your hard work.

  8. Amazon Customer

    I think Mystery in Morocco is one of my favorites other than Book 2. My favorite character [other from the Jannah Jewels] is Mus’ab ibn Umm Amin.The funniest event in Mystery in Morocco was Sara, Jaide,and Mus’ab’s great escape! I can’t wait for Book 7. -Zayd, 9 1/2

  9. Amn

    So inspirational… The young girls in these series are defined by the strength of their character.These non-stereotyped female role models are what our girls (& boys) need to read about. The storyline is engaging and subtly teaches moral lessons. Highly recommend these books.

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