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Contemporary Lives

(Code: BIO340.SC)
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On Wings of JoyAuthor: Lou Turner

From the African bush to an international school in India, from the tropical islands of the South Pacific to Poland in Europe, this heart - warming autobiographical account will touch your very soul.

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Learmount Publishing, Northern Ireland

(Code: BIO160.SC)
£ 9.50
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The Story Of David And Esther Tanyi (GR)

‘Adam and Eve of the Bahá’í Faith in Cameroon’

by Enoch Tanyi

‘At the airport, while relatives dissolved in tears, the pioneers marched cheerfully to the plane.’

Georger Ronald, Oxford

Soft Cover

(Code: BIO107.SC)
£ 9.50
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Knight With A Briefcase (GR)The Life of Knight of Bahá’u’lláh, Ezzat Zahrai

by Judith Kaye Logsdon-Dubois
A glimpse into the life of a modern-day knight – a businessman who brought the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh to what is now Zimbabwe for the very first time.

George Ronald, Oxford

Soft Cover

(Code: BIO110.SC)
£ 11.00
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Sole Desire Serve Cause (GR)An Odyssey of Bahá’í Service
Knights of Bahá’u’lláh Gale and Jameson Bond

by Don Brown
Memoirs of Jameson and Gale Bond, Knights of Bahá’u’lláh to Franklin in the Canadian Arctic
George Ronald, Oxford
Soft Cover

(Code: HIS360.SC)
£ 18.00
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Stories From Pioneer Post (GR)

by Thelma Batchelor

The stories of Bahá’ís, young and old, who arose with verve and passion to teach the Bahá’í Faith all around the world.

Soft Cover

George Ronald, Oxford

(Code: BIO390.SC)
£ 18.00
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The Knights Of Bahá’u’lláh (GR)

by Earl Redman

The amazing stories of the Knights of Bahá’u’lláh, whose indomitable spirit, courage and steadfastness brought the Bahá’í message to countries where it was previously unknown.

George Ronald, Oxford

Soft Cover

(Code: BIO230.SC)
£ 9.50
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Manijeh, Not Only A Change Of Name  (GR)By Manijeh Saatchi
with the assistance of Fereshteh Hooshmand

A story of love, belief and triumph, telling the story of the House of the Báb in Bushehr and its custodians for the first time.

George Ronald, Oxford

Soft cover