MY NAME IS NABIL

My Memories of Bahá'u'lláh

By Wendy Heller
Illustrations by Rex John Irvine

Follow Nabil through the Bahá'í year with his family and his local Bahá'í community. They live in a town where there are only fifteen other believers. But they manage an active and exciting Bahá'í life.

In his own words, Nabil tells about himself, his school friends, his little sister Lisa, and his mom and dad. Together, they go to the Nineteen-Day Feasts, celebrate Bahá'í Holy Days, travel to Bahá'í summer school, and prepare for Naw-Rúz.

Nabil knows that he is different from other children in his town. And it is not always easy for him. But, with sincerity and humor, he explains what it means to him to be a Bahá'í and to be--Nabil.

Retail price: $14.95, cloth


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