Minaret Mountain Books

 Books that move hearts

Salaam alaykum and welcome


Based in the Blue Mountains of Sydney, Australia; we are a cosy, bespoke indie publishing company.

We make books that speak to the imagination and hearts of our children.

Teaching the morals of Islam and universal goodness through beautifully written and illustrated books.

By relating to our fun and adventurous characters your children will learn about the wonder of this world and their faith. 

Our books are influenced by Islam, the Australian way of life and other cultures around the world, we write our books for everyone to enjoy!


Journey through the stories, poetry and art


Minaret Mountain Books make books that move hearts.

About Us

Devina Aisha Sharma- Founder/Author

Devina Aisha Sharma Minaret Mountain Books Islamic Children's Books Jummah

Salaam Alaykum! My name is Devina, revert of 10 years, mother of four children living in the beautiful Blue Mountains of Sydney, Australia.

Growing up in Australia in the 90s I couldn't find myself in the media, in toys and dolls and especially not in books. There was a lack of representation for minorities. This was the biggest motivator and reason to bring stories for our children to relate to.


I hope you find your children represented in these stories inshaAllah. 

Roger Ibn Tyrone - Author/Illustrator

Illustrator Artist Water Colour Roger Ibn Tyrone Islamic children book minaret mountain books

Salaams, my name is Roger!


I was brought up in a very artistic family, where my parents encouraged all roads of creativity. After reverting in year 2000, I had tried many ways to release my inventive and poetic side.

Alhumdulilah, now after four children, I have found a space to tell my stories and share my paintings. My children's imagination and joy for stories has helped inspire many of the illustrations through out the books.

I hope you and your children will enjoy them inshAllah!


Refugee Research Online

AMUST - Australasian Muslim Times

AMUST was founded in 1991 and has become the much needed voice of Australia's diverse Muslim community. AMUST covers local, national and global news, community events, lifestyle and sports activities.

Their readership is very well represented in businesses, masjids, schools and other academia amongst all Australians.


Read AMUST's review on our books here.


Ilma Education

Jameela Ho is a teacher with a Master of Education and a diploma of counselling, she is currently studying for her PHD.

Jameela runs ILMA Education, her very own education centre. As well as teaching children to read and write, she provides tools and techniques for parents to help teach their own children.


Read ILMA EDUCATION's review of our book here:




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It's Jummah Day Feedback

Comments: 3
  • #3

    Amina (Sunday, 14 February 2021 23:06)

    One of our favourite books. Great way to introduce the Sunnah of the Prophet saws to young children, through fun rhymes and beautiful illustrations.

  • #2

    Aisha D (Thursday, 02 May 2019 07:16)

    Love this books information about Jummah and the quirky, fun illustrations that are throughout the book. My kids loved pointing out amusing things happening on every page.

  • #1

    Zaria Assal (Thursday, 02 May 2019 06:50)

    This book was amazing, I initially bought it for my kids but my younger brother and niece have come over and read it and absolutely loved it.
    Can’t wait for more books to be released by you guys. ❤️

The Butterfly Refugee Feedback

Comments: 3
  • #3

    Amina (Sunday, 14 February 2021 23:08)

    This book blew me away, I didn't realise how emotional I would get reading it, my son was too young (4yr) at the time to get the gist of the story, so left mid way, but I couldn't put it down!

  • #2

    A. Ali (Friday, 03 May 2019 01:39)

    Considering the times we live in, this is an important book! Children need to know about some of the difficulties faced by other children � the illustrations are beautiful.

  • #1

    Aisha D (Thursday, 02 May 2019 07:14)

    Such a beautiful representation of one of many immigrant journeys to a chance of a better life. The illustrations are gorgeous and the symbolisms throughout the book are captivating.

Daris the Bosniak Feedback

Comments: 0