Author: Linda Ahdieh Grant Illustrated by: Anna Myers
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.
Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA
Illustrated by Susan Reed
‘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.
George Ronald, Oxford
The Life of Bahá’u’lláh, Founder of the Bahá'i Faith
By: Christine Abbas, illustrations by: Malcolm Lee
This book tells the story of Bahá’u’lláh in simple terms with delightful colour illustrations.
Warwick Bahá’í Bookshop
By Michael Karlberg
Rooth is an open-minded young girl who is born into a narrow-minded world of conflict and opposition. but she lets her curious eyes wander around all sides of a Trooth, the other children are delighted when they see what she sees.
Baha'i Publications, Australia