Brown, Tricia.Cardwell, Ken. (2006) Salaam :a Muslim American boy's story New York : Henry Holt,MLA Citation
Brown, Tricia.Cardwell, Ken.Salaam: A Muslim American Boy's Story. New York : Henry Holt, 2006. Print.
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Salaam : a Muslim American boy's story /
Tricia Brown ; photographs by Ken Cardwell.
|Main Author:||Brown, Tricia.|
|Other Names:||Cardwell, Ken.|
|Published:||New York : Henry Holt, 2006.|
|Topics:||Muslims - United States - Social life and customs - Juvenile literature. | Muslims - United States - Social conditions - Juvenile literature. | Muslim boys - United States - Juvenile literature. | Muslim families - United States - Juvenile literature. | Islam - United States - Juvenile literature. | Muslims. | Islam.|
|Genres:||Oregon authors - Juvenile. | Juvenile works.|
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|Physical Description:||1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 26 cm
|ISBN:||0805065385 (hc ;
9780805065381 (hc ;
|Summary:||A sensitive and loving portait of a Muslim-American family Meet Inram, a young Muslim American boy who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. He likes to do the same things as most kids his age - play in the park, take karate lessons, and tell jokes with his friends. Inram knows that some people don't understand what it means to be a Muslim. He wants to help everyone see that Muslims strive to be good people, just like people of other faiths do.
|Award:||Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 2007.|