It all began in 2010 when a young mother (and published author) from Bradford in the UK decided that she wanted to create something special for Muslim families. And so, she teamed up with a small group of like-minded people who were also passionate about children’s education and they set out to launch this unique and wonderful magazine.

Little Explorers Magazine caters for Muslim children aged between 5-11 years, hailing from all walks of life, helping them to understand Islamic concepts in an entertaining and engaging style.

Not only does Little Explorers aim to increase the love for reading in children, the magazine also hopes to increase the thirst for knowledge.

Covering a wide range of topics from prophetic stories to present-day issues, Little Explorers keeps its little readers entertained from start to finish. With new articles, activities, games and comic strips to look forward to in every issue, the magazine will have something for everyone.

Exploring the world!

Over the course of the past few years the readership of Little Explorers Magazine has spread all over the world from Canada to Australia and lots of places in between!


Little Explorers Magazine allows children to develop a genuine interest in learning about Islam and life through its interactive quizzes and puzzles, as well as presenting facts in a fun and easy to follow manner. The magazine is jam-packed with fun for our young readers!


We believe that every issue should be unique and so we ensure that no two issues will be completely alike, even the Ramadan issues!


A major factor of Little Explorers Magazine is that we avoid scholarly differences of opinion in our articles – allowing children to enjoy our magazines without being caught up in matters that could cause any sort of difficulty in understanding.

Check our free sample issue out here and see for yourself what Little Explorers is all about!

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