There is nothing wrong with this dual language book, but there it isn’t anything to get excited about based on the story alone, either. If you are looking for a basic book with both English and Arabic telling what a little boy does in Ramadan, not elaborating on any reasons why he does them, then this book will adequately suffice.
The book is just linear facts, I wouldn’t even say that it is information driven, as there isn’t really even a story, it is just a few simple sentences on each of the 20 pages of a boy telling in first person what he is doing. “I finish my meal before athan alfajr and fast until sunset” it says on one page. “When I hear athan almaghreb, I recite dua and break my fast with my family” it reads two pages later. It does not define athan or almaghreb nor does it specify the dua.
The book is on the dry side, but I would image the simplicity in the Arabic, might be what would appeal to parents looking for their kids to read and understand both languages independently. I don’t speak Arabic so I’m unable to comment on the grammar complexities or smoothness.
The illustrations are sufficient, again nothing super exciting or noticeably off about them. The book is short, hardbound (8.5 x 8.5) and honestly, rather unremarkable or memorable, unfortunately.