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by Cynthia Pon,Maya Ajmera

eBook Faith (Global Fund for Children Books) download ISBN: 1580891772
Author: Cynthia Pon,Maya Ajmera
Publisher: Charlesbridge; New edition (February 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 48
ePub: 1941 kb
Fb2: 1102 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures

Maya Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children

Maya Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children. She is the co-author of several Global Fund for Children books, including FAITH, GLOBAL BABIES, CHILDREN OF THE . and CHILDREN FROM AUSTRALIA TO ZIMBABWE. Sheila Kinkade is a writer and communications consultant who works to help nonprofit organizations tell their stories. She is the co-author of OUR GRANDPARENTS, among other books. Cynthia Pon worked for many years as the director of Global Fund for Children Books and is the co-author of several books, including FAITH, CHILDREN OF THE .

Maya Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children

Maya Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children. Victoria Dunning is the vice president of programs for The Global Fund for Children.

Maya Ajmera is the president and CEO of Society for Science & the Public and publisher of Science News and its family of media properties. Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children, a nonprofit organization that invests philanthropic.

Our Grandparents: A Global Album (Global Fund for Children). Like other titles in the Global Fund for Children book series, this fully illustrated volume features excellent photos of children around the world. The theme of health plays out in a series of wide double-page spreads introducing topics such as food, water, cleanliness, sanitation, safety, medical care, and exercise. On each spread, a line or two of text accompanies several clear color photos of children in different countries.

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The book, Faith, is a picture book written by Maya Ajmera, Magda Nakassis, Cynthia talks about the different faith around the word and how they celebrate it. The book uses pictures to give an overview of the worship places and how the different religions are put into practice. Additionally, each picture has a description of it and the type of religion is projected in it, too. The book also uses words to describe the pictures within each page. The books shows how similar the religions are. Toward The book, Faith, is a picture book written by Maya Ajmera, Magda Nakassis, Cynthia talks about the.

Maya Ajmera is the founder of The Global Fund for Children. John D. Ivanko is an award-winning photographer and author, writer, national speaker, and conservationist. He is the co-author (with Maya Ajmera) or photo contributor to nine Global Fund for Children books. With Maya Ajmera, he's co-authored the award-winning To Be a Kid, Be My Neighbor, To Be an Artist, Back to School, Animal Friends, and Come Out and Play.

Find nearly any book by Cynthia Pon. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Maya Ajmera, Yvonne Wakim Dennis, Arlene Hirschfelder, Cynthia Pon. ISBN 9781570916151 (978-1-57091-615-1) Hardcover, Charlesbridge, 2008.

Maya Ajmera is founder of Global Fund for Children and author of more than 20 books. Children’s books have played a key role in GFC’s story: proceeds from Maya’s first book, Children from Australia to Zimbabwe, supported GFC’s very first grants back in 1997. Since then, Maya and other authors have collectively developed more than 30 books under the imprint Global Fund for Children Books, including Global Babies, Faith, Be My Neighbor, and more. Proceeds from sales of Global Fund for Children Books continue to benefit GFC’s work with local organizations serving children around the world

She is the author of the 2016 book Invisible Children: Reimagining International Development at the Grassroots with Gregory A. Fields, published by Palgrave Macmillan

Families around the world celebrate faith in many different ways—through praying, singing, learning, helping, caring, and more. With stunning photographs from many cultures and religious traditions, Faith celebrates the ways in which people worship around the globe . Thematically organized back matter gives additional information on common expressions of faith, and a glossary describes particular religions and elements of faith depicted in the book.A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this book helps support The Global Fund for Children’s grantmaking to community-based projects serving vulnerable children around the world.
Comments: (7)
betelgeuze
FAITH has won the 2011 Rodda Book Award sponsored by the Church and Synagogue Library Association (CSLA), an international organization serving congregational libraries of all faiths. CSLA's Rodda Award is named for Dorothy Rodda Sargent, a lifetime member and one of the founders of the organization. This award recognizes a book which exhibits excellence in writing and has contributed significantly to congregational libraries through promotion of spiritual growth. The award is given to books for adults, young adults, and children on a three-year-rotational basis. The 2011 Rodda Award focuses on books for children and this year's award will be presented at the CSLA annual conference to be held at the Hilton Embassy Row Hotel in Washington, July 19-22. To learn more about CSLA and the Rodda Award go to [...].
Unirtay
This book is wonderful. The photos are engaging and the text is inspiring and respectful.
Altad
It was a lot shorter than I thought it'd be, and is basically a picture-book to introduce kids to the similarities/common ground that religions have. Good book to begin discussions on religious tolerance.
Visonima
thank you for creating such a great work. there's nothing else like it that shows so many pictures and honors so many paths to God.
Dddasuk
We used this book for our Sunday classes at church. The children almost immediately understood the lesson was about acceptance and inclusion, and how we are much more alike than different. They loved guessing where the pictures were taken! A truly beautiful book.
happy light
Around the world children practice the faith of their families. They come from many different religions. They are Rasafarian, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Daoist or Muslim. They have an assortment of ways they celebrate their faith. The Buddhists "make an offering at a shrine," carefully placing their lit candles in niches set in a large shrine. A young Jewish boy "chants Torah verses" while another studies the Qur'an. They chant their prayers, study their holy books, they go to religious schools or listen to their elders to learn about their faith. In the back of the book are "Words to Know," a section discussing the "Elements of Faith" (praying, chanting and singing, reading holy books, listening and learning, cleansing and holy places) and a worldwide map indicating where the photographs were taken.

This book has a stunning array of photographs from around the world. There are quotes scattered throughout the book and each one is illustrated with photographs of children quietly practicing some aspect of their religion. For example, when the quote "We show our faiths through what we wear . . . and through what we eat and drink" we see children receiving Holy Communion, breaking the Ramadan fast, braiding challah bread and we see many in their representative dress. This is not a "preachy" book, but simply attempts to show us how special our faiths are to us and our children. It would be an excellent read and discuss book in any homeschool or classroom setting. It is a beautiful book you may wish to add to your shelves!
unmasked
I bought this book for a friend's child and was really impressed at how it managed to take a complex issue like religious tolerance and acceptance and put it in a format that a child can enjoy with their family. This is a really important book.
Wow! Finally a cool book for kids about religion that doesn't push an agenda. It's not preachy at all, and the photos of children around the world are really amazing. I highly recommend it, it's a great book for all ages!