The hadeeth has been presented in a child friendly format, with only a few sentences on each page to help break the narration down to make it easier for younger readers inshallah.
My eldest will be (Islamicly) 7 in a few months inshallah, so this will be a nice formal introduction in preparation.
Its available to download, with 2 different page setting options, depending on how you prefer to bind.
Download:Page setting to allow folded strong pages (explained below in how I put book together)
Or Read free virtual book online HERE
This is how I printed and bound the book with the 1st download option, using 130gsm paper, for a crisp and sturdier page.
I printed 2 pages on 1 A4 page. Each page is off centre to allow you to fold the A4 sheet in half so that you will have a double sided page with both pages having a left side margin.
There is a larger margin now on the left side of the pages to allow for binding. Because you have a page made from a folded sheet of A4 paper you will find the pages to me more durable now inshallah and so will last longer with little hands!
I punched holes along the left side margins and using a ribbon with a child's plastic needle, threaded the ribbon to bind the book together.
As you can see, the pages are all strong as they are folded from an A4 sheet.