Jannah Jewels Book 2

5.00 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews )


Meet Zheng He – The Famous Muslim Admiral in the #1 Original Chapter Book Series for Muslim Kids!

In the second book, Hidayah, Iman, Jaide, and Sara, time-travel first to Beijing, China and then to Malacca, Malaysia! On their quest, for the second artifact, a rare medicinal plant, the Jewels meet Zheng He, the Famous Chinese Muslim Admiral, and learn all about his famous voyages of exploration to the lands around the Indian Ocean! Caught in a lightning thunderstorm aboard the ‘swimming dragon’ the Jannah Jewels must escape fiery arrows and treasure pirates! Will the Jannah Jewels make it back to the Golden Clock before time runs out?

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8 reviews for Jannah Jewels Book 2

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    5 out of 5

    Mrs. S. A. Khanom

    Great book. Highly recommend!

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    5 out of 5


    My 8 yo didn't seem interested in reading books for the last 2 years but these books have sparked an interest back into reading. She got hooked to these books and I had to buy all 6 books over a very short period of time. She read these in less than a week, including two books of this series in just 1 day! That's how good these are! I see the glow and sparkle in her eyes whenever she talks about these books. A must read. You won't be disappointed!

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    5 out of 5


    This is an amazing book, I initially thought it was too difficult for my 6 year old so even though i read it I gave it out to friends to read and they had rav reviews from both their boys and girls, and so now my 7 yr old and even my younger son love reading each chapter before bed each night and it really doesnt matter that the character are girls well maybe atleast for the younger ones, the story is just sooo captivating, even I am excited to read each page even though its my second time around. I really reccommend this book to anyone looking for some decent captivating reading material for their kids, even as independent reading or as a family story time its awesome.

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    5 out of 5

    Jessica Colon

    My daughters (14,8 & 6) we so excited when they recieved this book. All 3 of them read it together taking turns. They assigned each other to the characters that they were similar too. Then they each read the book by themselves again. They are still talking about it and cannot wait for the next installment. I really love that my girls can relate to these characters while they learn about Islamic history in an interesting, ingaging way.

    When I asked my 8 year old what she thought of the book she started to jump up and down and said "I love it, I can't wait for the next one!"

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    5 out of 5

    Savvy consumer

    Our kids love reading this book over and over. The book is written with an Islamic cultural background, so it will help Muslim kids identify with their culture.

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    5 out of 5

    Papatia Feauxzar

    The girls are growing and becoming more amazing.

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    5 out of 5


    My daughter loves this series. She's still reading it but loves it so far just like book 1.

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    5 out of 5

    Rizwan Uqaili

    Ever since the the first book in the series my 10 year old was anxiously awaiting the Case in China. The storyline and the characters have been beautifully presented and the author does a wonderful job of keeping it moving. For us, the value of this series has been to present our young girls with exciting and active role models while learning a bit of history at the same time. We got a copy for our school library as well! Thanks.

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