Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Top Ten Muslim Lit

Hello Poetteers,

Books I've Read


Does My Head Look Big In This? by Randa Abdel-Fattah

One of the first YA novels I read that has a Muslim main character. It is about a girl's journey once she decides to wear the headscarf. Add to Goodreads.



Ten Things I Hate About Me by Randa Abdel-Fattah

It is about a girl's struggle of living two lives. Add to Goodreads.




Bestest Ramadan Ever by Medeia Sharif

We are taken on the journey of love, friendship and redemption. Add to Goodreads.



Snip Snip Revenge by Medeia Sharif

Tabby goes to art school. You will fall in love with her. While reading her story I was able to relate with her. She stands up for what she wants. Add to Goodreads.

On my TBR List



Where The Streets Had A Name by Randa Abdel-Fattah

It sounds like a story where we will be taking a trip around a city in Palestine as the main character wants to help her grandmother. Add to Goodreads.



Love in a Headscarf by Shelina Janmohamed

It sounds like we will be taken on a journey of finding love. Add to Goodreads.



She Wore Red Trainers by Na'ima B. Robert

The main character looks for a happily ever after. Add to Goodreads.



Soul of a Butterfly by Safaa Baig

The main character's father makes a decision that changes her life. Add to Goodreads.



Jasmine Falling by Shereen Malherbe

"Jasmine must piece together her history in the broken land, before it destroys her future." Add to Goodreads.

I want to give a special shoutout to my Twitter friend, Karuna Riazi, who announced that her book titled The Gauntlet of Blood and Sand is going to be published! Add to Goodreads.



Talking about Muslim lit and authors, I have published poetry. Buy my book now.




Happy International Women's Day! Stay inspired,

Fida


2 comments:

vvb32 reads said...

Lovely post and poem. I am adding some of these to my reading list.

Medeia Sharif said...

Thank you so much for including my books. I'd like to read the rest.