Elegant Miss Osa Bearly

The Story of a Little Tea Party and a Change of Heart

This charming story of Miss Osa Bearly will warm the hearts of old and young alike. It teaches the virtues of tolerance and love, patience and courtesy. Join Miss Osa Bearly as she makes a change of heart.

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Product Details

  • Author: Judy Cobb
  • Illustrator: Tod Kline and Melanie Kline
  • Format: Softcover book; 31 pages
  • Dimensions: 210 x 290 mm
  • Publisher: Baha'i Publications Australia, 2006
  • ISBN: 9781876322922

About Judy Cobb

Judy Cobb earned her B.S. in Psychology and then her Master’s Degree in Social Work at USC. Until retirement, her career focus was Hospice care for the terminally ill where she held a variety of positions. She was also an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at Touro University International as well as University and Conference guest lecturer.

Three of her children’s books have been published, as well as stories and poems in Dayspring, a U.K. Baha’i Magazine for children. She has also written 23 essays for Bahaiteachings.com

The foundation of her belief, after having taught Baha’i Children’s Classes for many years, is that all children, everywhere, benefit from the certain knowledge that their true nature is spiritual, not material.

Titles by Judy Cobb

  • $9.00
    Baha’i Services
    $6.95 national postage
    $13.95 express
    Two-day dispatch
    2-7 day delivery

    Elegant Miss Osa Bearly

    The Story of a Little Tea Party and a Change of Heart

    This charming story of Miss Osa Bearly will warm the hearts of old and young alike. It teaches the virtues of tolerance and love, patience and courtesy. Join Miss Osa Bearly as she makes a change of heart.

    Product Details

    • Author: Judy Cobb
    • Illustrator: Tod Kline and Melanie Kline
    • Format: Softcover book; 31 pages
    • Dimensions: 210 x 290 mm
    • Publisher: Baha'i Publications Australia, 2006
    • ISBN: 9781876322922
  • About Judy Cobb

    Judy Cobb earned her B.S. in Psychology and then her Master’s Degree in Social Work at USC. Until retirement, her career focus was Hospice care for the terminally ill where she held a variety of positions. She was also an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at Touro University International as well as University and Conference guest lecturer.

    Three of her children’s books have been published, as well as stories and poems in Dayspring, a U.K. Baha’i Magazine for children. She has also written 23 essays for Bahaiteachings.com

    The foundation of her belief, after having taught Baha’i Children’s Classes for many years, is that all children, everywhere, benefit from the certain knowledge that their true nature is spiritual, not material.

    Titles by Judy Cobb