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Hands of the Cause of God

Product Code: HCG
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust, India
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A brief history of Hands of the Cause of God: Amelia Collins, Dorothy Baker, and Tarazu'llah Samandari.
Edith Rose and Friends
Author: Ron Tomanio   Illustrator: Michelle Fairbarns
Product Code: ERFS
Publisher: One Voice Press, LLC
Pages: 106
Size: 8.50 X 5.50 Inches
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Edith Rose and Friends is a collection of fictional stories populated with bits and pieces of real heroes. These tales are often humorous, and use laughter to bring the reader to reflections on various excerpts from the writings, and on situations that arise among family and friends. Pictures mark the beginning of each chapter. A very enjoyable read!


Robert Sengstacke Abbott: A Man, a Paper, and a Parade
Author: Susan Engle   Illustrator: Luthando Mazibuko
Product Code: RSATS
Publisher: Bellwood Press
Pages: 90
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Winner of the DeRose-Hinkhouse Award of Excellence from the Religion Communicators Council.


An inspiring biography for middle grade readers!


Robert Sengstacke Abbott (1870-1940) was an influential African American who founded the newspaper The Chicago Defender in 1905, one of the first newspapers written for the African American community. Through the newspaper Abbott strongly encouraged African Americans living in the South to move north. Abbott was instrumental in organizing the Bud Billiken Parade. Abbott became involved in the Bahá’í community late in his life, attracted to the teachings on religious and racial unity.


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


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Readers' Favorite® 5 Star Award Winner


Stories from the Dawn-Breakers (4 CD Set)

Product Code: SDBCD4
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A Special Bicentennial Edition audio book, restored and remastered, featuring the voice of beloved Hand of the Cause of God William Sears. These incredible stories of the Dawn-Breakers will inspire listeners of all ages. The Stories from the Dawn-Breakers comes in a four CD Set.
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.
Hot Air
Author: Kacie LeCompte Renfro
Product Code: HAS
Publisher: One Voice Press
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Coming from a broken family and a boring life, Annie, a young teen, decides to leave her home but hasn’t figured out how. Until one day, at a fair, when she sees a hot air balloon.


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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Make this Youth Radiant

Product Code: MYR
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust India
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A small, soft cover prayer book for junior youth. The prayer book begins with the five steps of prayer outlined by Shoghi Effendi to a pilgrim, followed by colorful pages containing prayers for confidence when teaching, spiritual awakening, soul nourishment, and much more. It is 27 pages and easy to carry around in a bag or backpack.


Discovering Series Set
Author: Jacqueline Mehrabi
Product Code: DSSET
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This series is made up of three books for junior youth and youth: Discovering the Moon, Discovering the Sun, and Discovering the Sea. This fictional series is a fun and encouraging way for young readers to learn about different aspects of the Bahá’í Faith, and to show that everyone deals with questions and doubts as they walk along a path of spiritual growth.


Warrior Grandma
By (author): Dr. Littlebrave Beaston
Product Code: WGSPL
Publisher: Bellwood Press
Pages: 221
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Warrior Grandma: The Story of Patricia Locke by Littlebrave Beaston is the latest title in the Change Maker series. Patricia Locke—whose Lakota name, Thawáchin Wašté Win, means “Compassionate Woman”—courageously fought for the equality of Indigenous people in the United States and around the world. She was not only a staunch advocate for the rights of Indigenous people but a loving mother and grandmother.


This book teaches the values of generosity, selflessness, and the importance of building strong family relationships. Readers will learn about how prejudice affects American Indians and how Patricia advocated for equal rights for Indigenous people during her lifetime. The book also discusses the qualities of leadership, the principle of consultation, and the importance of courage and perseverance in the face of oppression and attempted assimilation. Patricia acted as a bridge between two cultures—white and Indigenous—and, even in the face of overwhelming difficulties, she always demonstrated compassion toward others. She embodied the qualities of a true Change Maker.


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Strive: Prayers and Meditations for Youth

Product Code: SPMY
Publisher: Bellwood Press
Pages: 114
Size: 7.00 X 5.00 Inches
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A new book of prayers and meditative passages designed especially for junior youth and youth. The period of adolescence is a potent time of change, and this compilation aims to support youth to make time for prayer, meditation, and reflection. Beyond that, it is also meant to inspire young people to feel spiritually empowered to Strive, that their “actions day by day may be beautiful prayers.” It is organized thematically around a number of topics, such as trust in God, joy, difficulties, justice, service, and more.


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