People said "for heaven's sake" to Isaiah a lot. After his Grandpa goes to heaven, Isaiah determines to find out where it is. This charming, award-winning story teaches that heaven is often found in the places where you least expect it.
In this fable of opposites, award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso shows children & adults of all faiths & backgrounds how self-centered actions affect the people around us, & how by working together we can work with God to create a better world.
Mixing sparks of curiosity and spiritual imagination, creatively shows how God is with us every day, in every way. A vibrant invitation to children and their adults to explore—together—what, where, and how God is in our lives.
In a world often hurt by violence, this retold biblical story gives children and adults a starting point for discussing anger, its effects on those around us and how to express our emotions in positive ways.
When God tells Noah to gather the animals, God also calls on Naamah, Noah's wife, to save each plant on earth. Naamah's wisdom & love for the natural harmony of the earth inspire us to use our own courage, creativity & faith to continue her work today.
A lesson in hope and faith—and that there are some things beyond our control—for every child who worries about what comes next. This engaging story from award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg will inspire kids and adults to bless each new day and night.
Imaginatively invites children of all faiths and backgrounds to encounter God openly in their lives—and helps the adults who love them to be a part of those encounters and to nurture and encourage children as they make meaning of their world.
The people of the world set out to find God's name, and each seeker is sure that he or she alone has found the right name. With poetic text and vibrant illustrations, this modern fable celebrates the diversity and unity of all people.
Join Mitzvah Meerkat and friends as they introduce children through lively illustrations and playful dialogue to the everyday kindnesses that mark the beginning of a Jewish journey and a lifetime commitment to tikkun olam (repairing the world).
Adapted from the award-winning It's a ... It's a ... It's a Mitzvah, this whimsical board book helps children explore the joys of doing good deeds and mitzvot. Lively text and illustrations introduce preschoolers to the everyday kindnesses that mark the beginning of a Jewish journey and a lifetime commitment to tikkun olam (repairing the world).
Beloved singer-songwriter Debbie Friedman’s touching music comes alive for your child in this charming adaptation of her bestselling and beloved song Lullaby. Beautiful and soothing imagery will capture your child’s imagination while Debbie’s comforting assurance of God’s protection will make bedtime a peaceful and intimate experience.
Shows how we all have the power to make the world a better place. An enjoyable biography with activities inspired by Dorothy Day's life—from her efforts to further peace to her work helping the hungry and homeless with food, shelter and unconditional love.
This colorful book introduces you to Black Elk—from his childhood in the American West to his efforts to teach the world about his people's religion and culture—and his belief that we all have the power to make the world a better place.
In this playful twist to the Genesis story, God asks all of nature to offer gifts to humankind—with a promise that the humans would care for creation in return. Your child will delight in discovering what the many animals wish for us.
Helps children use all of their senses to explore how God is always present in their everyday lives and is always listening. With simple, everyday examples to which they can relate, helps children develop a direct and personal understanding of God.
Playfully guides children in the many ways they can communicate with God. Using simple, everyday examples, this colorful book introduces young readers to prayer and how prayer can help them express their own fears, wants, sadness, surprise and joy.
This gentle bedtime story guides children through the steps God might take each night to tuck the world in. Captures experiences common to children of all faiths and backgrounds as they begin to understand the many ways God is there for us.
Will God still love us if we do bad things? Will we be forgiven if we hurt a friend's feelings? Using everyday examples that children can relate to, this colorful book shows the importance of apologizing and reconciling after we've done something wrong.
Adam and Eve were enjoying their first day on earth when they noticed the sky growing darker. They were frightened. Was God taking away the sun? With the first sunset, Adam and Eve learn how to get through the night and not be afraid of the dark.
This important and inspiring book for children, parents, teachers and character-education programs uses vibrant pictures, fascinating profiles, and a wealth of intriguing information to bring to life the passion and actions of some of the past century’s greatest leaders.
Ideal for children as well as teachers, parents, librarians, clergy, and lay leaders who want to demystify the celebrations and ceremonies of the Church as well as encourage understanding and tolerance among different faith traditions.
While Noah gathers the animals for the ark, God asks Naamah to gather all the plants of the earth. Ideal for young girls and boys, this simple, beautiful book will help you and your child explore the spirituality of this ancient story.
Todos los pueblos del mundo se puso a buscar el nombre de Dios ... y cada uno de los muchos buscadores es asegurarse de que él o ella sólo ha encontrado el nombre correcto, el único nombre, por Dios. Por último, se juntan y por fin aprender lo que el nombre de Dios es en realidad. En el texto poético y vibrantes ilustraciones, esta fábula moderna celebra la diversidad y, al mismo tiempo, la unidad de todas las personas.
Through enjoyable biography, activities inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh's values and beliefs, and poems written by the teacher himself, this book will show you how to be braver, more caring, and happier in your own life.
Through engaging biography, activities inspired by Gandhi's values and beliefs, and the words of Gandhi himself, shows you how to achieve your goals through persistence and persuasion rather than through violence and fighting.