Nowadays, Muslims are living all over the world. Our children are living in non-Muslim societies. They do not hear the sweet sound of Azan from the mosque, and they are not learning the prayers at school or hearing them on TV. When we want to teach them the prayers or talk about Islam, we find it very difficult or even impossible because we were not trained how to teach Islam. It gets even more complicated because we pray in Arabic, which is a foreign language for many of us. It becomes discouraging, and many quit, with later regrets. We do not realize how much the environment teaches the child about God and religion until we find ourselves in a position of losing our children to other faiths. To make the matter even worse, we do not have the tools to teach the religion in a way our children can relate to. In many cases, we lose them. We create adults that say we do not believe in God. Imam Ali (peace be upon him) has taught us not to impose our old ways of life and upbringing to the children because they were born for a different time. That is why these books are written for kids that live in the Western world, in a way they can relate to. In this book, Lost in the Woods, children learn the Salawat and the use and importance of it. These books will hopefully get our children ready for Salat. May Allah help in this journey.