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.
by Earl Redman
The amazing stories of the Knights of Bahá’u’lláh, whose indomitable spirit, courage and steadfastness brought the Bahá’í message to countries where it was previously unknown
Moral and Social Consequences [Second edition]
by Abdu’l-Missagh Ghadirian
This book advocates for a sensible balance between the spiritual and material aspects of life.
Knights of Bahá’u’lláh Gale and Jameson Bond
by Don Brown
Memoirs of Jameson and Gale Bond, Knights of Bahá’u’lláh to Franklin in the Canadian Arctic
The dramatic story of the establishment of the Shrine of the Báb, told here in detail for the first time.
by Amín Egea
Read all about it! Apostle of Peace comes to town!
When 'Abdu'l-Bahá set sail from the Middle East in 1911 and again in 1912 to bring to the West the message of peace found in the teachings of His father, Bahá'u'lláh, His arrival was headline news in towns and cities across Europe and North America.
by Mahvash Sabet
and Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
Adapted from the original Persian by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
By a member of the Yaran, these poems testify to the courage and the despair, the misery and the hopes of thousands of Iranians struggling to survive conditions of extreme oppression.
Mahvash Sabet has been named as the PEN Pinter International Writer of Courage 2017.
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.
Reflections on one of the best known and most frequently recited Bahá’í prayers.
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.