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Maryam and Tiffany are fictitious characters with youthful curiosity about the other’s religion of Christianity and Islam. The story is simply written, presenting a vivid but lighthearted discovery of similar doctrinal beliefs between the two religions. They explore some of the myths and misconceptions through illustrious examples and eventually agree having different beliefs doesn’t mean they can’t be friends. In today’s world where religious tension caused by expanding communities with different cultures and misinformation of religious beliefs and practices, the book is needed to teach children and young adults their religion is not as dissimilar or based on terrorist propaganda seen on headline news. The aim of this story book is to promote racial and interreligious harmony and integration. Educating the young, it is hoped, will help develop a more peaceful environment worldwide.

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