An Ocean in One Drop Activity Book


*Assists learning around Umrah, Hajj and Eid Al-Adha*

The long-awaited Activity Book based on An Ocean in One Drop children’s story book is finally here. So grab some pencils and get ready for the tale of Hajar in Hajj – Huda the hoopoe bird will guide you!


This activity book is based on the children’s story book An Ocean in One Drop, which explores an ancient Islamic tale about Hajar (as) and the miraculous Zamzam water. This story is revered by Muslims worldwide and is honoured within the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimage.


This BIG book is packed with 60 pages of Eid arts and crafts, brain boggling games, creative colouring, perplexing puzzles and lots of Islamic learning for children of all ages and all faiths. Perfect for home learning, multi-cultural schools, Madrassah environments or youth groups. The activities have been designed to complement any Islamic curriculum, especially learning under the subjects of ‘Story of the Prophets’, ‘Hajj & Umrah’, ‘Eid Al-Adha’ and ‘Treatment of parents’.


For wholesale enquiries please contact Waw Stories has distribution in 18 different countries worldwide, to check if there is a local stockist near you please get in touch.

Category: Product ID: 4316

Additional information

Weight 0.215 kg
Dimensions 22 × 0.5 × 28 cm

Mariam Hakim


Layla Aldubaisi & Hameedah Hamadah







Publication date

01 August 2019




280 x 220 mm

Al Qatt Al Asiri Art

Al-Qatt Al-Asiri is an indigenous female Arabian art style native to modern day Saudi Arabia and adjoining parts of Yemen.

It originated in the decoration of majlis (the front parlour of traditional Arab homes) by the matriarch of the household. Each matriarch would then invite other females from her household to add another layer of Al Qatt patterns once she had completed her starting pattern.

These wall paintings, typically in the form of a of mural or fresco, present geometric designs in bright colors with bold black lines to help them stand out. Called nagash in Arabic, the wall paintings are often considered a mark of pride for a woman.

In 2017 the Al Qatt Al Asiri pattern was was inscribed on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Waw Stories has included this female lead art form as a subtle design layer within the desertscape illustrations for our first children’s story book An Ocean in One Drop.

Waw Stories Founder Mariam Hakim had this to say: “The concept and symbolism of the Al Qatt patterns adds a wonderful layer of depth to this children’s book. It’s a traditional art form that women create collectively in layers. Much like the way this book was brought to life by the women working on it. We are so excited to help profile and platform this indigenous artform and intend to support artisans in the near future InshaAllah”.


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