The Story Of A Beggar Boy Fawzia Gilani-Williams Ibs (English)

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      It is a story book based on Islamic teaching of a beggar boy written by the author Fawzia Gilani. This story is purely based on such believers who suffer hardships in life but does not leave the faith in Allah. It is recommended for children to read such stories in order to get influenced towards Islam.

      Weight 100 g
      Dimensions 16 × 10 × 8 cm
      SKU: 9788172317591 Category:
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