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"An unflinchingly intimate and honest examination of some of the most difficult issues that have come to define the 'coming of age' experiences of American Muslims. This is essential reading for those who have ever feared or been feared and anyone who has ever asked, 'Where are the moderates?'" --Reza Aslan, author of "Zealot" and" No god but God"

""Burqas, Baseball and Apple Pie" is a lovely and lyrical look into the life of one American Muslim woman and her family. It will expand and enrich your view of Islam and America." --Eboo Patel, author of "Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America"

"A powerful memoir of being a Muslim woman and mother in post-9/11 America. It touches the soul of the reader and brings home the simple truth that the heart of America and the heart of Islam can indeed beat together as one."--Kamran Pasha, author of "Mother of the Believers"

"Ranya Idilby is one of my best teachers and heroes. As a Jew married to a Muslim, with a daughter whom I want to raise with pride for all her rich backgrounds, I read "Burqas, Baseball, And Apple Pie" with poignant fascination. Ranya's exploration of bringing up her kids in a post-9/11 world is a must-read for ALL parents who want to raise compassionate, modern, global children." --JJ Miller, Supervising Producer, HuffPost Live

"In this thoughtful and courageous memoir, Ranya Tabari Idliby takes on the intolerance of so-called 'patriots' and the fundamentalism of those who consider themselves religious 'purists' and teaches us all important lessons about what it really means to be an American and a Muslim." --James Zogby, founder and president, Arab American Institute, and author of "Arab Voices"

"Fearlessly honest, Ranya Idliby lifts the veil of mystery cloaking the lives of American Muslims. With powerful prose that reads like a conversation over coffee with your best friend, "Burqas, Baseball, and Apple Pie" is at once the story of an accidental Muslim woman

"A bold, intimate, welcome examination of reconciling one's faith in America." --"Kirkus "

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"Idliby is an eloquent and informed spokeswoman for her faith, and voices like hers are needed in today's charged political climate." --"Publishers Weekly"

"An unflinchingly intimate and honest examination of some of the most difficult issues that have come to define the 'coming of age' experiences of American Muslims. This is essential reading for those who have ever feared or been feared and anyone who has ever asked, 'Where are the moderates?'" --Reza Aslan, author of "Zealot" and" No god but God"

""Burqas, Baseball and Apple Pie" is a lovely and lyrical look into the life of one American Muslim woman and her family. It will expand and enrich your view of Islam and America." --Eboo Patel, author of "Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America"

"A powerful memoir of being a Muslim woman and mother in post-9/11 America. It touches the soul of the reader and brings home the simple truth that the heart of America and the heart of Islam can indeed beat together as one."--Kamran Pasha, author of "Mother of the Believers"

"Ranya Idilby is one of my best teachers and heroes. As a Jew married to a Muslim, with a daughter whom I want to raise with pride for all her rich backgrounds, I read "Burqas, Baseball, And Apple Pie" with poignant fascination. Ranya's exploration of bringing up her kids in a post-9/11 world is a must-read for ALL parents who want to raise compassionate, modern, global children." --JJ Miller, Supervising Producer, HuffPost Live

"Muslims are a growing part of American society, yet most Americans know little about their values, hopes and aspirations. Ranya Tabari Idliby's book goes a long way to address that problem. This is an incisive and passionate book about the everyday struggles of Muslims Americans to be both, to bridge the divide between Islamic faith and American culture, personal identity. This is a won

"Idliby is an eloquent and informed spokeswoman for her faith, and voices like hers are needed in today's charged political climate." --"Publishers Weekly"

"An unflinchingly intimate and honest examination of some of the most difficult issues that have come to define the 'coming of age' experiences of American Muslims. This is essential reading for those who have ever feared or been feared and anyone who has ever asked, 'Where are the moderates?'" --Reza Aslan, author of "Zealot" and" No god but God"

""Burqas, Baseball and Apple Pie" is a lovely and lyrical look into the life of one American Muslim woman and her family. It will expand and enrich your view of Islam and America." --Eboo Patel, author of "Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America"

"A powerful memoir of being a Muslim woman and mother in post-9/11 America. It touches the soul of the reader and brings home the simple truth that the heart of America and the heart of Islam can indeed beat together as one."--Kamran Pasha, author of "Mother of the Believers"

"In this thoughtful and courageous memoir, Ranya Tabari Idliby takes on the intolerance of so-called 'patriots' and the fundamentalism of those who consider themselves religious 'purists' and teaches us all important lessons about what it really means to be an American and a Muslim." --James Zogby, founder and president, Arab American Institute, and author of "Arab Voices"

Idliby is an eloquent and informed spokeswoman for her faith, and voices like hers are needed in today's charged political climate. "Publishers Weekly"

An unflinchingly intimate and honest examination of some of the most difficult issues that have come to define the coming of age' experiences of American Muslims. This is essential reading for those who have ever feared or been feared and anyone who has ever asked, Where are the moderates?' "Reza Aslan, author of Zealot and No god but God"

"Burqas, Baseball and Apple Pie" is a lovely and lyrical look into the life of one American Muslim woman and her family. It will expand and enrich your view of Islam and America. "Eboo Patel, author of Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America"

A powerful memoir of being a Muslim woman and mother in post-9/11 America. It touches the soul of the reader and brings home the simple truth that the heart of America and the heart of Islam can indeed beat together as one. "Kamran Pasha, author of Mother of the Believers"

In this thoughtful and courageous memoir, Ranya Tabari Idliby takes on the intolerance of so-called patriots' and the fundamentalism of those who consider themselves religious purists' and teaches us all important lessons about what it really means to be an American and a Muslim. "James Zogby, founder and president, Arab American Institute, and author of Arab Voices""

"Idliby is an eloquent and informed spokeswoman for her faith, and voices like hers are needed in today's charged political climate." --Publishers Weekly

"An unflinchingly intimate and honest examination of some of the most difficult issues that have come to define the 'coming of age' experiences of American Muslims. This is essential reading for those who have ever feared or been feared and anyone who has ever asked, 'Where are the moderates?'" --Reza Aslan, author of Zealot and No god but God

"Burqas, Baseball and Apple Pie is a lovely and lyrical look into the life of one American Muslim woman and her family. It will expand and enrich your view of Islam and America." --Eboo Patel, author of Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America

"A powerful memoir of being a Muslim woman and mother in post-9/11 America. It touches the soul of the reader and brings home the simple truth that the heart of America and the heart of Islam can indeed beat together as one." --Kamran Pasha, author of Mother of the Believers

"In this thoughtful and courageous memoir, Ranya Tabari Idliby takes on the intolerance of so-called 'patriots' and the fundamentalism of those who consider themselves religious 'purists' and teaches us all important lessons about what it really means to be an American and a Muslim." --James Zogby, founder and president, Arab American Institute, and author of Arab Voices

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