Our Seven Families: Expanding and Enriching our Sense of Belonging
Volume II: 1922–1963
by Michael V. Day
'This thrilling saga conveys the drama, excitement and challenges associated with the completion of the Shrine of the Báb.' ~ Dr Janet Khan
Continuing the thrilling story of the Shrine of the Báb, this volume covers the building of the superstructure of the ‘Queen of Carmel’.
by Shirin Sabri
illustrated by Sue Podger
This book is the second in the series ‘Companions of the Crimson Ark’ which tells the dramatic stories of some of women and men, young and old, who, in the time of Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, entered the Cause of God and, despite many difficulties and hardships, served it until the end of their lives.
by Enrico Ballerio
Reflections on one of the best known and most frequently recited Bahá’í prayers.
Stories about the Báb
by Hitjo Garst
Translated by Suzanne Gerstner, Olive McKinley, Janine van Rooij and Flor Spaans
With illustrations by Anja Shanmugampillai
The great religious drama told in an easy-to-read style.
by Boris Handal
The dramatic story of Mirza Mihdi, the beloved son of Bahá'u'lláh, who fell from a skylight in the roof of the prison where he, his family and many other Bahá'ís were imprisoned, and who sacrificed his life that others might attain the presence of the Manifestation of God and, ultimately, bring about the unity of the world.
The Life of Louise Mathew Gregory
by Janet Fleming Rose
The life of Louise Gregory has been overshadowed by that of her brilliant husband, Hand of the Cause Louis Gregory. This book redresses the balance, showing that during her long life Louise achieved much in her own right.
by Hussein Ahdieh and Hillary Chapman
From an Iranian village to New York City, and the lights that led the way.
The second volume of a fascinating collection of a few hundred of the over 2,200 press articles written about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá during His lifetime. Covering the period 1912 to 1921, this volume includes ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s last visit to Europe, His return to the Holy Land and His passing in November 1921. It details His contact in Europe and North America with suffragist organizations, the civil rights movement, Esperantists, the Theosophical Society and with various figures and organizations linked with the spiritualist and esoteric movements.
Volume 1: The West Discovers the Master, 1897-1911
by Earl Redman
Stories illustrating how ‘Abdu’l-Bahá taught and interacted with others.