Afraid of how his class will react to his stutter, Ibrahimi comes up with a plan to stay home from school,
but his mother has something else in mind. After she reminds him that the beloved Prophet Musa 
saved a nation while speaking uniquely too, will Ibrahimi have the courage to face his fear?

Sneak Peek

The Author
Keila Kaci is an Algerian-Irish American from Northern California who has spent her life telling stories, from stages, to pages, for audiences of all ages. Her love of rhyme shines through in her newest Islamic Children’s book Did Musa St-St-Stutter Too? Guaranteed to leave your little ones with a newfound understanding of Islam, set to vibrant rhyme and an array of relatable characters. With five nieces and nephews of her own, Keila sees their future and the future of their generation as inspiration for her writings, and hopes to ignite curiosity and wonder in their minds.

The Illustrator
Andrea was born in Gubbio, a beautiful town nestled in the green hills in Umbria and where he lives and works. He has always been a lover of drawing and after graduating from the Art Institute in Perugia he went to the Disney Academy in Milan where he improved his drawing and storytelling technique through images. He alternates his work with children’s books illustrations, comic stories and  illustrations for different publishing and communication agencies.