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  • Format: Hardbound
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  • Published on: 11/21/2012
  • ISBN: 9781608871599
  • Pages: 12
  • Trim Size: 6.5 x 9
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All Kinds of Beliefs

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Product Description

As a child’s experience becomes ever more international, so will their exposure to the world’s religions. Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism—all these and more are celebrated and explored in this hands-on book. Through pop-ups, flaps, and fold-outs, a child learns things like that a Sikh boy may wear a romala, or a Muslim girl a hijab over her hair. All Kinds of Beliefs demystifies what goes on inside a church, gudwara, wat, mandir, and mosque in terms that children can understand—and with colorful illustrations that will delight their parents too! Along with an extra-large religious festivals poster, this book is as useful as it is fun to reaAs a child’s experience becomes ever more international, so will their exposure to the world’s religions. Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism—all these and more are celebrated and explored in this hands-on book. Through pop-ups, flaps, and fold-outs, a child learns things like that a Sikh boy may wear a romala, or a Muslim girl a hijab over her hair. All Kinds of Beliefs demystifies what goes on inside a church, gudwara, wat, mandir, and mosque in terms that children can understand—and with colorful illustrations that will delight their parents too! Along with an extra-large religious festivals poster, this book is as useful as it is fun to read.

Editorial Reviews

Sage and Savvy: “Not only were these books very informative, but they were very interactive as well.”

About the Author

Sheri Safran, Author: Sheri Safran is the author of more than 30 children’s books and the co-director of Tango Books in London. A native New Yorker, she began her career at Fawcett World Library and then became director of publicity at Bernard Geis Associates and Stein & Day before founding her own publicity & literary agency. She lives in London.

Emma Damon, Illustrator: Emma Damon's illustrations and designs have appeared in books for Penguin, Campbell Books, Hodder & Stoughton, Scholastic, UNICEF, and Tango Books. Originally from England, she now lives in Melbourne, Australia