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(Code: STG312.SC)
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A Companion To The Study Of Epistle To The Son Of The Wolf (GR)

Essential background information on Bahá’u’lláh’s ‘last outstanding Tablet’.

George Ronald, Oxford
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(Code: SED840.SC)
£ 14.00
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Dimensions of Baha'i Law

Author:  Roshan Danesh

A collection of essays organized around four distinct areas that explore Bahá'u'lláh's conception of law, the constitutional dimensions of the Bahá'í Faith, Bahá'u'lláh's theory of social change, and scholarship and discourses concerning Bahá'í law. With a foreword by Kiser Barnes.

Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA


(Code: BIO350.SC)
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John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie - A Man, a Trumpet, and a Journey to BebopAuthor: Susan Engle

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.

Bellwood Press

(Code: EMW200.HC)
£ 30.00
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Equality for Women = Prosperity for All - The Disastrous Crisis of Gender InequalityAuthors: Augusto Lopez-Claros, Bahiyyih Nakhjavani

A groundbreaking book about the direct relationship between a woman's rights and freedoms and the economic prosperity of her country. This books looks at a variety of widespread, global issues related to gender inequality – such as violence against women, education, women and work, the role of culture – and analyzes the economic impact of the continued disempowerment and devaluation of women and their contributions at all levels of society. Although the Bahá’í Faith and its teachings are not specifically discussed in this book, the findings presented within are inspired by the Bahá’í belief in the fundamental equality of women and men.

Hardcover

St. Martin's Press





(Code: BED310.SC)
£ 16.00
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Mine Your Inner GemsAuthors: Chelsea Lee Smith, Elaheh Bos

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.

Publisher: plant love grow

Soft cover

(Code: SPL245.SC)
£ 10.00
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Benefits of Unity in Diversity - How to Use the Clash of Ideas to Make Better DecisionsAuthor: Joan Hernandez

This book explores the nature of unity in diversity and its practice. In the process it explains the need to make decisions using consultation, with an attitude of investigating truth and making decisions that contribute to the well-being of all.

Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA

Soft cover

(Code: NWO370.SC)
£ 12.00
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God's Plan for Planet EarthAuthor: John S. Hatcher

Looking at the present-day activities of the Bahá’ís as they work to translate the principles of their Faith into social reality, author John S. Hatcher examines their community-building efforts and gleans insight from a process that has taken shape on a global scale. The institute process, as part of the overarching framework for action that now lies at the heart of Bahá’í community life, ushered in immense change at the grassroots level of the Faith when it was first introduced in the late 1990s. In God’s Plan for Planet Earth Hatcher examines the historical context for the current stage of the community’s development, and, most important, he provides insight into the significance of the results being achieved.

Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA

Soft cover






(Code: CHD220.HC)
£ 9.00
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I Love My NameAuthor: 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.

Hardcover

Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA