Learn from children around the world - how they feel about their faith and culture. This enlightening series shares the stories of real children who talk openly about their faith, family life and the customs and celebrations important to them.It includes: beliefs, special foods and clothes, method and place of worship, holy books, festivals and important occasions, holy places.
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The promising Our World of Faith series provides information about the theology, culture, and daily life of those who practice each of the world’s six most populous religions. In this volume, candid color photos and reproductions of sacred art and manuscripts illustrate 13-year-old Pakistani Inderjeet’s explanations as he talks about what Sikhism means to him. The page layouts mix colored boxes resembling sticky notes that offer specific facts about festivals, personal naming, and foodstuffs with postcard-like images that showcase sacred and secular places—palaces, classrooms, as well as larger pictures of Inderjeet at home with his family. Through text boxes and Inderjeet’s first-person accounts, this title conveys a great deal of information, while the casual style is sure to engage readers. A strong choice for personal interest or for research. Grades 3-6. --Francisca Goldsmith
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