Kid’s Book Review: Can You Find My Eid Presents?

Kid’s Book Review: Can You Find My Eid Presents?

About the Book, Author and Illustrator

With a gentle search-and-find element running alongside this illustrated story, this richly coloured picture book with a glossy cover is a wonderful introduction to the Islamic celebrations of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha known as ‘Eid’.

The evening before Eid Hana is busy at home. She is helping her mum to lay the table but there is still a lot to do, so when Hana’s mum asks her to get the Eid presents ready to take to Nani’s house the next day, Hana is willing to fetch them.

Only there’s one small problem – where are the Eid presents? Join Hana as she searches everywhere for the missing gifts.

A M Dassu

A. M. Dassu is a multi award-winning writer of both non-fiction and fiction including the internationally acclaimed novel Boy, Everywhere, one of The Guardian’s, Bookriot’s, Kirkus’s, American Library Association’s Booklist’s, CLPE’s and BookTrust’s Best Children’s Book of the Year. She is also the author of a number of other books and a passionate advocate for diversity in children’s literature. Please visit her website to find out more about this amazing writer and her work.

Junissa Bianda is an illustrator from Indonesia with a passion for art. Rarely do you see her without a colored pencil and a sketchbook. In the past, she proclaimed herself a professional scribbler, as she was known for scribbling on her friends’ school notebooks. She holds an undergraduate degree in graphic design, a graduate degree in children’s book illustration from the Academy of Art University, and has studied everything from oil painting and manga to 3D animation.

Book Review

it’s my favourite part of Eid to be with my family

The shiny cover is very nice and it’s red so I always find it quickly on my shelf.

This is a fun story about Eid. Eid is my favourite celebration. I like how Hana is with all her family on Eid day. It’s my favourite part of Eid to be with my family.

There are some funny parts in this story like when Hana looks for presents in strange places! That’s why it’s a really good book.

I liked looking at the Eid decorations in the pictures. I have some ideas what to put in my house. Eid is going to be soon in a few days for me. It was nice to read this book at Eid time.

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Reviewer Profile

  • Name: Adam
  • Age: 5 years
  • Likes: Eating fruit, swimming, playing in the park
  • Dislikes: Chilli and frogs
  • Favourite Book: Richard Scarry's books
  • Favourite Song: Allah Made Everything