The life and the sayings and doings of the prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and give him peace, have been scrupulously recorded in great detail. These details have then been verified and re-verified, and transmitted by vigorous scholarship through unbroken chains of transmission down into the present day. The details which fill out this telling to inspire children's love of their Prophet have been added according to strict guidelines so as not to conflict with or obscure established history.
"My daughter can now act out entire scenes from the Mercy to the Worlds CD. She loves it so much, that's the only CD we are allowed to play in our car! I feel even that her English has improved; she now uses words like 'surely' and 'alas.' "When you hear, you'll see!" Rohi Padela
Her stories never fail to give even me goosbumps. The story unfolds and carries you to a time and place. I could rave a long time, mashallah. Mothering Magazine Forums
Through light-hearted and gentle storytelling that inspires love and longing for Allah and His Messenger, Ms. Sinclair introduces children to Muhammad, may Allah bless him and give him peace. She verifies for them, in a way appropriate to their needs,
that Islam is the culmination of the Message of Allah. This Message opened with Adam, peace upon him and was sealed with Muhammad, may Allah bless him and give him peace, renewed through time and purified from human alteration by the prophets in between, peace upon them one and all. I want Arab-speaking children also to be deeply affected by this work, and so I have asked Ms. Sinclair to make a version in Arabic, and indeed to translate it into other languages as well, so that even more children may benefit. May the grace of Muhammad, may Allah bless him and give him peace, and of his noble daughter Fatima, whose name Ms. Sinclair carries, reach her and assist her in her work. Sheikh Nuh Ali Salman, Grand Mufti of Jordan
As I sat with my children and listened to this account we were truly moved and felt we had achieved a new closeness to understanding the early part of the Seerah. We will certainly be listening to it again and again to make sure we capture all the wonderful details. Saddia Malek, UK