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New Book: Navigating Materialistic Minefields

Warrior Grandma: The Story of Patricia Locke – A Book by Littlebrave Beaston

The Baha’i House of Worship: Design, Construction and Community – A Book by Joe Carter & Nooshfar Afnan

Sometimes I Made Him Laugh: A New Children’s Book About Saichiro Fujita

Baha’u’llah Loves You – A Young Children’s Book by Sara Gore

A User’s Guide to God Passes By

Under the Staircase – A Biography of Fatollah Ferdowsi

Micky’s Masterpiece – A New Children’s Book About Art by Anne Gordon Perry

Infinite Horizons: The Life and Times of Horace Holley – A New Book by Kathryn Hogenson

The Concept of Peace in the Baha’i Faith – A Book by Miguel Santesteban Gil

Growing Up – A Children’s Book About Life’s Stages

The Last Ten Minutes – A Baha’i-Inspired Novel by Vered Ehsani

What You Win – A Book of Stories for the Whole Family by Donna Price

Food, Farmer, and Community – A Compilation by Winnona Merritt

The Misfits – A Children’s Book Series by Corinne Randall

Family Matters: Filling Your Home with Purpose & Love – A Workbook by Monette Van Lith

Spirit King: Return of the Crown – A Novel Infused with Baha’i Principles

16 Books About the Baha’i Faith and the Religions of the World

Penned by A. Q. Faizi – A New Compilation of Works by Hand of the Cause Abu’l-Qasim Faizi

Abdu’l-Baha’s Little Brown Cat – A Children’s Book by Carolyn Sparey Fox

Fires in Many Hearts – A Memoir of Doris McKay

Remembering Abdu’l-Baha – A Debut Children’s Book by Shira Trick

Where the Light Comes In – The Third Book of an Illustrated Trilogy by Alice Williams

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