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Once Upon A Crescent: Muslim Kids Podcast

Mrs. Hashimi
Kids & FamilyStories for Kids

Once Upon a Crescent is a collection of Islamic bedtime stories for children. Written and produced by a Muslim elementary school teacher, these stories aim to impart Islamic morals to kids through light-hearted storytelling. Not only are stories a great way to settle into a bedtime routine, but they also provide rich opportunities for meaningful dialogue between parent and child. Snuggle up with your little one and feel free to use this podcast as a starting point to talk about Islamic values. My goal is to facilitate some important moral conversations by introducing Islamic values with storytelling. For more information go to MrsHashimi.com

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 382 ratings
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    Canada23 days ago
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    Can you make a story about me my name is Sana

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    fuyrfhiirdui
    Canadaa month ago
  • Farah Nida Imam

    This podcast is really good but it just needs more episodes. Me and my kids love it when you make new podcasts and my kids are always checking if there’s a new podcast coming.💗💗💗

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    United Statesa month ago
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    Make more videos please my daughter loves these podcasts so may you make more mashallah your videos are so good

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