Sikhism

Hair Twins

Every morning Papa combs through his daughter’s waves like he does his own—parting it down the middle, using coconut oil to get all the tangles out. Some days he braids her hair in two twists down the side of her face. Other days he weaves it into one long braid hanging down her back, just …

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Be Brave My Love

Be Brave My Love speaks straight from a parent’s heart to the special child in their life. This book captures the hopes, dreams and wishes that parents pray for their little ones. It inspires kids to love, grow, and always be positive in everyday moments and in the little steps to their future. Celebrating Sikh …

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Super Satya Saves the Day

Super Satya is ready to have a super day, including finally conquering the tallest slide in Hoboken. But her day takes a not-so-super turn when she realizes her superhero cape is stuck at the dry cleaner. Will she be able to face her fears, help her friends, and be the true hero everyone knows she …

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Journey with the Gurus (Volume 1)

This three-book series is based on the lives and teachings of the Sikh Gurus. It contains 10 “retold” stories based on the early life of Guru Nanak Sahib. It is beautifully illustrated with 60 colorful original illustrations to capture the children’s imagination and has discussion points at the end of each chapter to help parents …

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Kamal’s Kes

Kamal’s Kes is a body-positive picture book, rooted in dismantling standards of beauty that harm the mental health of young persons. With such few representations of body hair in picture books, cultural conditioning sends the message of feeling ashamed of natural hair. This Own Voices story offers young girls an empowering choice when it comes …

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A Lion’s Mane

Central to this story is a young Sikh boy, who explores what it means to be different just like you. The first page turn asks a question that will encourage deeper conversations about identity and belonging: “Do you know who I am?” Join this little human’s quest for self-discovery through the metaphor of a lion’s …

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The Garden of Peace

Nestled in the lower spurs of the Himalayas, is The Garden of Peace. An allegory rooted in the social despair of a time not too contrary to our own. With a tyrant ruler and an unfair social class system, discover how a nation-building event in Sikh history harvested citizens of change. Sikh Faith, Sikh Culture, …

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