The Story of Khadija by Saniyasnain Khan, a Delhi based author has bagged the Sharjah Children’s Book Award. The award carries a cash prize of UAE Dirham 15,000 i.e., Rs. two lakh. The Story of Khadija is based on the life of Prophet Muhammad’s first wife. It has been translated into French, German, Turkish, Malay, and Arabic. The 64-page book has been printed at Thomson Press, Delhi and published by Goodword Books. Khan also hosts a weekly TV programme “Islam for Kids” on ETV Urdu.
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