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Muslim Teens in Pitfalls and Pranks

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Imagine...that you are an average fifteen-year old boy in an American public high school. You study hard, play soccer, and look forward to getting your driver's license next year along with your first job. One typical day, a popular cheerleader approaches you at school and wants to go on a date. Everyone's dream, right? Except suddenly you realize that you're not an averag ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published March 21st 2008 by D McNichol, LLC DBA Muslim Writers Publishing (first published January 1st 2008)
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The book Muslim Teens in Pitfalls and Pranks evolves two weeks of the lives of seven Arab teenagers, and shows how these lives are changed due to the events that happen in this period of time. One of the Muslim boys falls in love with a blond-haired, popular cheerleader who actually wants to go out with him. But, according to his traditions, he is not allowed to date any girl. Through the seven characters, the author explores different challenges and problems Arab-American tee
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Sabrina
Dec 04, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: islamic-books
I liked all the different conflicts involved in the story. It was interesting and really gives an idea of what young Muslims go/went through after 9/11 and in their daily lives, especially those in public schools. Another thing I liked was how different "groups" of Muslims were able to come together and work out their problems and still socialize, rather than isolate each other and make it easier for others to abuse them. Saad was infuriatingly brainwashed! Although Nur was nosey and jumped to c ...more
Khadija
Jul 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012, religious-islam
I found this book quite interesting actually. There were points where i felt that the book was quite childish but at other times i had a really good laugh. I actually did enjoy the story especially towards the end!!
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