The Night the Moon Split takes young readers on a journey through time, back to the days of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). It describes one of his greatest miracles: the splitting of the moon. This remarkable event is related as a bedtime story told to a young Muslim boy. The interaction between Rami and his mother brings the story to life in a way that children will find fast-paced and entertaining yet easy to understand. Written in language that is appropriate for children, this story is an excellent choice for both read-aloud and independent readers. Recommended for ages 7-12.