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e-Book The Hundredth Name download

by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim,Michael Hays

ISBN: 1563976943
ISBN13: 978-1563976940
Language: English
Publisher: Boyds Mills Press (September 1, 1997)
Pages: 32
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subategory: For Kids

ePub size: 1323 kb
Fb2 size: 1944 kb
DJVU size: 1224 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Michael Hays has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger (Macmillan, 1994), and The Boy Who Loved Morning by Shannon K. Jacobs (Little, Brown, 1993).

Michael Hays has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger (Macmillan, 1994), and The Boy Who Loved Morning by Shannon K. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. Age Range: 5 - 7 years. Grade Level: Kindergarten - 2.

Beautifully written by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim and complemented by illustrations by Michael Hays that portray the lush, verdant landscape of the Middle East - from the banks of the Nile to its luminous starlit nights.

Beautifully written by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim and complemented by illustrations by Michael Hays that portray the lush, verdant landscape of the Middle East - from the banks of the Nile to its luminous starlit nights - here is a spiritual and touching story of an Islamic family. With measured prose Oppenheim (I Love You, Bunny Rabbit, p. 230, et. gives this brief story a reverent tone; a strong sense of place established in the text and pictures makes it vivid.

The Hundredth Name book. The illustrations done by Michael Hays are amazin "The Hundredth Name" written by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim is a great children's book to help introduce other religions or cultures. This picture book for young readers about family, friendship and. The story follows Salah and his camel Qadiim. The two of them do everything together, work, eat, even sleep. When Salah notices his camel isn't very happy, Salah becomes sad as well. His father always tells Salah "pray has great power," and after one night Salah walks up to see Qadiim happy with his head raised high.

by. Shulamith Levey Oppenheim.

item 2 The Hundredth Name by Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey Paperback Book The Cheap Fast -The Hundredth Name .

item 2 The Hundredth Name by Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey Paperback Book The Cheap Fast -The Hundredth Name by Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey Paperback Book The Cheap Fast. item 3 The Hundredth Name by Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey Paperback Book The Cheap Fast -The Hundredth Name by Oppenheim, Shulamith Levey Paperback Book The Cheap Fast. Michael Hays has illustrated many acclaimed books for children, including Abiyoyo by Pete Seeger (Macmillan, 1994), and The Boy Who Loved Morning by Shannon K. Country of Publication.

by Shulamith Oppenheim & illustrated by Michael Hays. Hays applies acrylics lightly over gessoed linen; his pale, full bleed scenes seem lit from within, their slightly indistinct figures standing or kneeling in dignified postures. Author and illustrator expertly evoke the rhythms of rural life along the Nile, but Salah's love and concern for his companion are universal.

by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim. This picture book for young readers about family, friendship and faith is rich in the details of Middle Eastern village life. Salah and his camel, Qadiim, are constant companions: They work together, eat together, and sleep together.

by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim illustrated by Michael Hays. Michael Hays has handsomely created the village setting on the lush banks of the Nile as well as the liminous starlit night on which a seeming miracle occurs. Boyds Mills Press 1995. Salah is sad–sad because his camel, Qadiim, always seems so downcast. But what can he, a mere boy, do to help his camel? Salah has recently has recently learned from his father about the hundred names of Allah– of which mankind knows only ninety-nine.

Shulamith Oppenheim is a children's book writer. Illustrated by Michael Hays 1995, Boyd's Mill Press. I heard the story about the ninety-nine names for Allah during my first visit to Egypt in 1979. Her books subjects include Einstein, the Holocasut, Islamic history and folklore. It was tossed off by our Egyptologist while walking past a sleeping camel on the edge of fields of hectic green clover. I was intrigued, because I love folkloric material. Somehow, it was tucked away, far back in my mind, and simmered there. Then I wrote The Hundreth Name. It was first published in Cricket Magazine.

ISBN: 9781563976940 Author: Shulamith Levey Oppenheim (Author), Michael Hays (Illustrator) Publisher: Boyds Mills Press . Drawing his own interpretation, Salah fervently bids Allah to let the camel learn the 100th name.

ISBN: 9781563976940 Author: Shulamith Levey Oppenheim (Author), Michael Hays (Illustrator) Publisher: Boyds Mills Press (September 1997) Pages: 32 Binding: Paperback. The following day, the animal stands proud and tall, a "look of infinite wisdom" on its face. Oppenheim's (Appleblossom) lucid, gentle storytelling conjures up the worshipful atmosphere of Salah's home, even if the exact significance of specific points (like Allah's 100 names) may elude the target audience.

This picture book for young readers about family, friendship and faith is rich in the details of Middle Eastern village life. It tells the warm story of a bond between a father, a son, and the son's favorite camel, as well as their devotion to the Muslim faith, and the power of prayer in their daily life. Salah and his camel, Qadiim, are constant companions: They work together, eat together, and sleep together. Salah is distressed, however, because his camel always seems so sad and downcast, hanging his head low. But in middle of one night, Salah remembers what his father has told him -- that while mankind knows only ninety-nine names for Allah, there are actually one hundred names. What if Qadiim, the camel, could learn the hundredth name? Under the stars Salah prays "to Allah with all his strength." The next day-- a seeming miracle! -- the camel Quadiim carries his head high with a most knowing look. Does Quadiim know the one hundredth name?Beautifully written by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim and complemented by illustrations by Michael Hays that portray the lush, verdant landscape of the Middle East – from the banks of the Nile to its luminous starlit nights -- here is a spiritual and touching story of an Islamic family.
Comments:
Diab
I wish the author had done his research - his description of Muslim prayer is wrong; he is geographically inaccurate - Egyptian farmers do not use camels - they use donkeys and water buffalos. The story itself is lovely, showing warm relationships between father and son, and an admirable desire to be good to animals.

Celak
Good

Eigonn
My daughter and I loved this tale about a boy and his camel. This could be a good book for both an English-speaking Muslim-American child or a non-Muslim looking for ethnic and international flavor to add to a book shelf. For the younger set, the book is just long enough and interesting enough to hold them to the very end and not too long that the adult tires of reading. For an early reader it might be a challenge, but certainly appropriate for a 3rd-4th grade independent reader. What fun!

Jerdodov
A touching story about a good father, his gentle son and a camel that is granted a reason to smile (It prompted me and the kids to look at pictures of camels afterwards to see if they really do look like they are smiling. It's like one of those "How the zebra got its stripes" book). I'm not a Muslim (this was required school reading), but I rate the book due to the good example shown for children that a father is praying to God and that his young son follows suit out of love for his beloved camel. Being a city dwelling nature lover, I also like the pictures of simple and happy village life.

Uris
I found this book in a public school library. What a travesty that our children can be presented with stories that praise the name of Allah in prayer, yet cannot find one book about praising the name of Jesus Christ. If separation between church and state exists at all, then it should exist for all faiths, not just the Christian faith. Either all or none my friends! Sadly, this book was paid for by federal tax dollars as a part of a Title I public school library. Where's the uproar we hear anytime the name of Jesus is mentioned? Our federal tax dollars at work!

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