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          The Life of the Buddha

          2020

          by Heather Sanche and Tara di Gesu

          "“In the full bloom of spring, in a beautiful garden, in a place called Lumbini, a prince was born.” So begins the extraordinary story of the life of Siddhartha Gautama, the prince who would become the enlightened Buddha, the Awakened One. This classic tale follows Prince Siddhartha’s journey of truth-seeking and discovery, including his life-altering encounters with human suffering and his realization of the Four Noble Truths. Today, millions of people all over the world follow the Buddha’s teachings on meditation, selflessness, and compassion. Rendered here in exquisite original watercolor illustrations, this inspiring story is brought to life for young readers curious about one of history’s most monumental and influential figures." -- publisher

          Beautiful Life Biography

          I see the sun in Nepal

          2014

          by Dedie King and Judith Inglese

          Depicts one day from dawn until night in one child's life in the small village of Bandipur, Nepal

          Beautiful Life Informational

          Pemba Sherpa

          2009

          by Olga. Cossi and Gary Bernard

          In a Sherpa village in the foothills of Nepal's Himalayas, seven-year-old Yang Ki wants to haul wood like her brother Pemba, so she'll grow strong enough to be a porter. She wants to learn her brother tells her that girls cannot be guides. Yang Ki, however, is very determined

          Beautiful Life

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