‘The Greatest Stories From the Quran’ Book Contents: * In the Beginning- 6 * The Garden of Paradise- 10 * The Sacrifice of the Brothers- 12 * The Ark of the Prophet Nuh - 14 * The Great Flood- 16 * Allah's Best Friend- 20 * The Lonely, Barren Valley- 22 * The Great Sacrifices- 24 * The First Call for Hajj- 25 * The Pious Man and His Sons- 26 * Sweet Patience- 28 * The Family Unites-32 * The Queen Who Saved the Baby- 34 * Allah Speaks to Musa- 36 * The King's Magicians -38 * The Cruel King Drowned- 40 * The Prophet King- 42 * The Valley of Ants- 44 * The Queen and the Bird- 46 * The Most Honorable Woman- 48 * Food From the Heavens- 50 * Sleepers in the Cave- 52 * Tale of a Fish- 54 * The Iron Wall-56 * The Story of Two Gardens- 58 * The Camel and the Evil People- 60 * The Most Patient Man- 62 * The Search for Truth- 64 * The Best Caller to Gods Way- 66 * The Prophet Muhammads Message of Peace- 70
(Saniyasnain Khan) Son of noted Islamic scholar, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, Saniyasnain Khan was born in 1959 at Azamgarh, U.P. India. In 1967 he moved to Delhi along with his father. He attended the Mazharul Islam Middle School and the Govt Model Higher Secondary School-2 (Ludlow Castle), Delhi. He subsequently studied at Jamia Hamdard, the University of Delhi and Jamia Millia Islamia. He did his post-graduation in Arabic from the University of Delhi. In 1976, under the guidance of his father, he started an Urdu monthly magazine called Al-Risala. In 1996, he established Goodword Books. His first book, entitled Tell Me About Hajj, was published in 1999.
Saniyasnain Khan is an Indian television host and children's author with over 100 children's books to his credit. A number of his books have been translated into French, German, Turkish, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Swedish, Bosnian, Norwegian, Russian, Uzbek, Arabic, Malay, Bengali and Urdu.