Most Mighty Branch
65 short stories about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, suitable for children’s classes, for children to read themselves and for reading aloud.
- Who was ‘Abdu’l-Bahá?
- Why was He called ‘the Most Mighty Branch’?
- Why was he a prisoner for 60 years?
The Most Mighty Branch answers these questions in a simple, straightforward style. The book covers all important events of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s childhood, his imprisonment in ‘Akká, his journeys to the West, and his significance as Centre of the Covenant of the Bahá’í Faith.
Beautifully written by Hitjo Garst, a writer for children with extensiveexperience in teaching children’s classes. This translation by Olive McKinley captures the style and spirit of the original and is captivatingly illustrated by Anja Shanmugampillai.
Translated byOlive McKinley.
Hitjo Garst (Author) |
Anja Shanmugampillai (Illustrator)
- Format: Softcover book | 335 pages
- Dimensions: 140 x 220 mm | 410 g
- Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 2007
- ISBN: 9780853985136
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