I Wonder About the Qur'an
Have you ever wondered why the Qur'an is in Arabic, why it was revealed over 23 years or how people can be so sure it has never been changed? You might want to know some miracles of the Qur'an, or to read about the science in the Qur'an. All of this, and much more, is explored inside.
The River That Flows from Heaven to Earth
Explains how the Hindu goddess Ganga came to Earth as the Ganges River and why millions of people today take comfort in her healing waters.
The Most Magnificent Mosque
As punishment for their naughtiness, three boys--Muslim Rashid, Jewish Samuel, and Christian Miguel--are forced to work in the gardens of the Islamic mosque at Cordoba, where they learn to appreciate the building's beauty and significance, and years later, when the Christian king threatens to demolish it and build a church in its place, the three friends reunite to hatch a plan to save it. Reprint.
Illustrated Family Bible Stories
Over 200 Beautifully Illustrated Stories from the Old and New Testaments
Presents stories from the Old and New Testaments that have been enhanced by maps, photographs, diagrams, and illustrations.
Sammy Spider's First Yom Kippur
School & Library
"Sammy Spider learns about the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur."--
All of nature argues about the forms of God, so people are sent as a reminder of all that God is, although they do not seem to understand the message themselves.
A Holiday for Noah
Noah enjoys nursery school, but looks forward to Fridays when the Sabbath bread "challah" is served at snacktime
Children of the Holocaust
Presents seven true stories of brave boys and girls who lived through the Holocaust.
Hanuman's Journey to the Medicine Mountain
Retells the classic Indian folktale in which Hanuman, a Hindu deity who looks like a monkey, helps rescue Ram's wife when she is kidnapped by the demon king Ravana.
You Are Mine
When Punchinello tries to prove his worth by getting more boxes and balls than the other Wemmicks, he learns that his maker, Eli, loves him because of who he is and not what he possesses.