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Ganesha Goes to Lunch by Kamla K. Kapur (paperback book)
Traditional Indian stories, retold for the modern reader, that offer both a window into a fascinating culture that has endured for thousands of years, and a code for living that can be applied to the modern world.
Milton’s Secret by Eckhart Tolle (paperback book)
Milton is a happy kid until a school bully starts to push him around. Now he worries all the time about what the bully will do. But Milton encounter a few situations (including a very special lesson from Snuggles the cat) that help him understand a very important thing: the only way to be happy is to live in the Now. Thought-provoking, beautifully illustrated, and a wonderful teaching tool for parents.
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein (paperback book)
An amazingly simple, yet delightful story of a tree’s love for a boy as he grows from childhood to old age. Wonderfully heart felt, with illustrations. For children of all ages, young or old.
Twenty Jataka Tales by Noor Inayat Khan (paperback book)
This delightful collection of tales, drawn from legends of the former lives of Buddha, tells of animals and people who are moved to courageous acts of sacrifice and love. These stories can be enjoyed by both adults and children.