Zanib Mian speaks about how her book came to be, because of her son’s struggles.
Transitioning from Primary to secondary school caused my young son more grief and hardship than I had ever seen him face. My heart broke, every night, to see his pain. Bedtime was when his emotions would overcome him, which is often the case with adults too. In the quiet of the night, when other duties and tasks cease to distract us, our minds kick in with worrisome thoughts and sad feelings.
As a student who was well-loved by his teachers in primary school, and never once faced even a stern look, let alone a telling off, m...
I Say Bismillah
January 26, 2016
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