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Amazing Stories from the DawnBreakers
Adapted By: Jacqueline Mehrabi
Product Code: ASDS
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust India
Pages: 135
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This collection Amazing Stories of the Dawn-Breakers has been adapted for young people from Nabil's The Dawn-Breakers. This book is divided into short chapters that give brief accounts of such figures as Shakh Ahmad, Siyyid Kazim, Mulla Husayn, Tahirih, Quddus, Vahid, Khadijih-Bagum, and others. Highlighting some key events in the tumult and victory of the early beginnings of the Faith, this book is good for young readers, or even as a tool for teaching children's classes.
Lovebird's Freedom
Author: Esther Maloney   Illustrator: Elaheh Bos
Product Code: LBF
Publisher: plant love grow
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This book offers families an opportunity to share thoughts, experiences and emotions around loss, grief and healing. Lydia’s Aunt Sanaz has died. Lydia helps her neighbor Marie rehabilitate some wild baby birds, and when the time comes to release the birds into the wild Lydia explores her feelings and comes to imagine death as its own kind of freedom, a moment when our souls are released from our bodies to fly free.
Mine Your Inner Gems
Authors: Chelsea Lee Smith, Elaheh Bos
Product Code: MYIG
Publisher: plant love grow
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A tool for teachers and parents to help children develop positive character traits such as helpfulness, courtesy, truthfulness, and more. This activity book includes a range of introductory activities to explore what it means to mine your inner gems. This activity book contains games, crafts, discussion questions, scenarios, and drawing prompts to explore together.
John Birks
Author: Susan Engle   Illustrator: Luthando Mazibuko
Product Code: DGT
Publisher: Bellwood Press
Pages: 124
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Recipient of a DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Award from the Religion Communicators Council, Best in Class and Youth category winner


Recipient of a five-star review from Readers' Favorite Book Awards


John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie was a jazz musician who pioneered a new style of jazz music, known as bebop, in the 1940s. This book, written for junior youth, chronicles Dizzy’s life, beginning with his childhood in South Carolina, his move to New York City, and his eventual travels around the world. Dizzy Gillespie became a Bahá’í in 1968 and strove to be of service to others through his unique gift in music.


This is the second book in the Change Maker Series, highlighting people connected with the Bahá’í Faith who worked to bring about social change.

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I Love My Name
By (author): Linda Ahdieh Grant   Illustrated by: Anna Myers
Product Code: ILMNT
Pages: 40
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Second grader Tahirih has always loved her name. But when she hears some friends laughing about it and pronouncing it in funny ways, her feelings are hurt and she is filled with self-doubt. With the help of her teacher, she learns about the life of the heroic woman after whom she is named, and realizes she has a choice to make. She can worry about what others think, or she can be brave like her namesake. Join Tahirih as she learns a little history and discovers a lot of courage and strength.


Ios and the King
Author: Gail Radley   Illustrator: Susan Reed
Product Code: IAK
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‘Abdu'l-Bahá recounted to Lua Getsinger, an early American Bahá'í, the age-old stories of Ios, a shepherd, and the king he loved. Each story portrayed the sort of love, loyalty and devotion we are meant to have for God. Here, Gail Radley has retold the stories for a new generation. To help young readers think about the meaning of each story, she has included questions for discussion at the end of the book.
Brilliant Star: Bound Together

Product Code: BS5005
Publisher: Brilliant Star
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This issue celebrates Brilliant Star’s 50th birthday and gives kids tools for developing cooperation and consultation skills. Compelling content includes:

  • A behind-the-scenes look at how Brilliant Star is created;
  • Nur’s Nook craft about creating your own mini magazine;
  • Quiz yourself on cooperation skills;
  • Take a creativity challenge in “Maya’s Mysteries”;
  • Get to know Brian Lepard, a law professor who helped with the earliest version of Brilliant Star when he was a kid;
  • Draw yourself as a future Stargazer;
  • Develop a growth mindset and learn from mistakes;
  • Get tips on consultation for stronger teamwork.

Brilliant Star: Hearts in Harmony

Product Code: BS5006
Publisher: Brilliant Star
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This issue empowers kids to help build racial justice and unity, with compelling content including:

  • A quiz about taking action to end racism and prejudice;
  • “What Do You Say?” activity to practice responding to prejudice;
  • Stories about the Báb and Bahá’u’lláh and their responses to persecution, including an article on the Fire Tablet;
  • Story of Robert Turner, the first African American Bahá’í;
  • Nur’s Nook “Balanced Bird” craft project representing equity;
  • Virtual and in-person games for understanding privilege and creating friendship;
  • “Maya’s Mysteries” science experiment about building bridges to connect with others;
  • Activity inviting kids to interview an elder about prejudice and racism;
  • And much more!

Chosen Path
Authors: Hussein Ahdieh, Hillary Chapman
Product Code: CPTP
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A short biography on the life of Tahirih written for junior youth. Tahirih was an educated woman, a gifted teacher of religion and philosophy and an accomplished poet. In the vanguard of the new Babi Faith, she brought a deeper understanding of its teachings to a rapidly growing number of followers. Her bravery and outspoken promotion of her new faith lead to her unfortunate early demise, but Tahirih’s life continues to serve as an extraordinary example today.
Richard St. Barbe Baker
Author: Paul Hanley
Product Code: RSBB
Publisher: Bellwood Press
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Richard St. Barbe Baker dedicated his life to planting trees all over the world to help cool our overheated environment. He was called “the world’s greatest conservationist” and was a pioneer in protecting the world’s forests, creating sustainable forestry methods, and educating people about the importance of planting trees. He was the founder of the Men of the Trees, the first international Environmental Non-Governmental Organization, known as the International Tree Foundation today. He was a world traveler who taught people everywhere about environmentalism, and who stood up against racial discrimination and worked to empower local populations wherever he went. Richard St. Barbe Baker was a “Change Maker” who left an enduring legacy on the world.

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Daughter of the Kingdom
Illustrator: Elaheh Bos
Product Code: DKPS
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A children’s prayer book made especially for girls and young women, with a few words and lovely illustrations on each page. Small square (5.5 X 5.5 inches), soft cover, fits easily into a bag of backpack, or placed on bedside table. Illustrations are in navy blue, with black silhouettes of girls and colorful flowers. Contains the prayer: “O Lord! Help this daughter of the Kingdom. . . ."
Together, Even When We're Apart
By (author): Linda Ahdieh Grant   Illustrated by: Anna Myers
Product Code: TEWWA
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Seven year old Amari lives with his parents and baby sister in a corner apartment building called the McCallister. It is the summer of 2020 and, along with children around the world, he is living through a global pandemic. While he knows he is lucky to be with his family, on some days, he is bored and misses his regular life. During all of the changes, Amari comes up with small acts of kindness for his neighbors. As a result, he has emerged as a guiding light of unity in his building. Even though Amari cannot do some of the activities he has always done, he connects in new ways with the people who live in his building.


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