Muharram Nights is an Islamic children's poetry book. It portrays the battle of Karbala and the sacrifices endured in a language easily comprehended by children. The book practically illustrates the story of Imam Hussein's infant son; Abdullah, and the loyalty of our beloved Imam's horse; Zuljanah. Keeping our youth connected with the awaited son of Fatima (pbuh) the book is ended with a poem dedicated to our beloved Imam Mahdi.
About the author
Influenced by her highly spiritual and educated family. Fatimah Bazzi, a Michigan native, was able to combine her Western nationality with her Middle Eastern heritage. Challenging herself to expand her descriptive vocabulary list as an elementary student, her passion for writing was discovered. Today she is a devoted mother of two, holding a Master's degree in Business Administration from Lawrence Technological University. After so long, Fatimah is able to convert her writing dream into reality. Her inspiration is derived from her passion to create a religious learning experience for children that is based on a combination of knowledge and spiritual connection.