The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book makes a great gift for anyone and everyone.
What’s it all about?
The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book was compiled in an effort to teach non-Muslim about Islam and to combat the rising tide of stress in the modern Muslim’s life, while still being beneficial in this world and the hereafter.
The designs chosen for the book are intricate works that the adult colorer will find both challenging and soothing. The pages include detailed mosque architecture, calligraphy, hadith, dua, Quranic verses, and quotes all to allow Muslims to relax and refocus on deen.
Each coloring page has a corresponding short, descriptive page for non-Muslims who want to join in on the relaxation and learn something about Islam along the way.
Why adult coloring?
Much research has been done on the concept of the adult coloring book as a form of art therapy. The results of these studies show that coloring for adults can benefit individuals suffering anything from cancer to stress.
Adding a spiritual/Islamic component makes this kind of art therapy beneficial in both this world and the hereafter, making adult coloring fun and functional.
The designs chosen for the Islamic theme are intricate works that the adult colorer will find both challenging and soothing. But kids can enjoy them too!
(even cats love it!)
The second edition of The Islamic, Adult Coloring Book, published by Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, features sharper designs by Naafi Nut Rohma compiled and written by Theresa Corbin.
The pages include detailed mosque architecture, calligraphy, hadith (prophetic traditions), dua (supplication), Quranic verses, and quotes for Muslims to color their way to sabr (patience), nearness to God, and less stress.
Book Launch and Tour
July 15- The Muslimah Mommy – Interview and Giveaway!
July 16- Online Book Launch
July 17- Ilma Education – Interview and Giveaway!
July 18 – Dpressed Muslimah – Giveaway!
July 19- Sarah’s Homeschool – Giveaway!
July 15-30 Goodreads Giveaway!
About the Author
Theresa Corbin is a New Orleans native and Muslimah who converted in 2001 after many years of soul searching and religious study. She holds a BA in English Lit and is a writer, editor, and graphic artist who focuses on themes of conversion to Islam, Islamophobia, women’s issues, and bridging gaps between peoples of different faiths and cultures. She is a regular contributor for About Islam and Al Jumuah magazine, and runs her blog, islamwich. Her work has also been featured on CNN and the Washington Post, among others publications.
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