Bahai Books A-M

An Alphabetical listing of all of our book titles, regardless of topic or age range.

  • With the addition of our two newest mini-books, we now have ten beautiful booklets designed to give away to seekers. But which is right for your next event?
  • Here is a kid's version of our Virtues Mandala Coloring Book. It is filled with over 100 charming illustrations that focus on words that describe virtues. It is an artistic resource to help children develop a greater awareness of the importance of the innate virtues that lie within each of them.
  • Bahai Prayers

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    Bahai Prayers is the most recent edition of the general prayer book published by the Baha'i Publishing Trust. It uses "Bible paper" to make them slimmer and easier to carry.
  • Daily Reflections and Stories for Children - Stories of Abdul-Bahai The Daily Reflections series is far and away the best-selling series of Baha'i books for children available, and for good reason.  
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    Bahai Essentials

    $19.95 $0.01
    Bahai Essentials is a study class guide that includes 30 lessons of about 8 pages each covering the basic Baha'i teachings, from The Station of Baha'u'llah to The Will and Burial, with prayer, teaching, drugs, service, elections, Funds, Feasts, history, marriage, , and everything else in between.
  • Bahai Faith - Emerging Global Religion

    If you want something scholarly yet modern and easy to read, this is a great choice.  Written as a college text book by two of the best Baha'i writers around, this is what convinced my sister to become a Baha'i 20 years ago.
  • Thousands of people have been entranced by the videos describing Reinee Pasarow's Near Death Experiences. Now, for the first time, her full story has been told in print.
  • Abraham: One God, Three Wives, Five Religions is a groundbreaking examination of Abraham, one of the most beloved and significant religious figures in history. Author Frances Worthington researches the three wives/concubines (Sarah, Hagar, and Keturah) of Abraham, and traces their lineage to five different religions - Christianity, Judaism, Islam, the Babi Faith, and the Baha'i Faith.
  • The Bahai Faith - Emerging Global Religion is great when you want something scholarly yet modern and easy to read, this is a great choice.  Written as a college text book by two of the best Baha'i writers around, this is what convinced my sister to become a Baha'i 20 years ago.
  • Advent of Divine Justice is probably the most read of all of the Guardian's works.  It is an extended letter to the American Baha'i Community, outlining its challenges and opportunities.
  • Ancient Wisdom  Common Ground, An interfaith view of the spiritual journey we call life This lovely interfaith compilation, organized by topic, would make a welcome gift for any spiritually-minded friend. It is sure to end up on many nightstands for evening meditations. It is also handy for interfaith devotional meetings, for comparative religious studies, and general inspiration.
  • This second edition  of Bahai Basics is formatted more as a "discovery" book, with square pages and double columns. The playful title font will put readers of all ages at ease and let them know that this book will be a fun exploration, not a scholarly discourse.
  • Divine Therapy - Pearls of Wisdom from the Bahai Writings This is a self-help oriented compilation similar to Divine Art of Living. It is a nice way to introduce the Faith in a personal way to people seeking support more than a new religion. Grouped in three main sections 'Coping with Stress' 'Orientation to the Divine' and 'Developing Helpful Attitudes' these 'pearls of wisdom' from the Bahá'í Writings concentrate on common problems and their solutions and will be of comfort to many.
  • The Divine Art of Living - Selections from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, The Bab, and Abdul-Baha
    This collection of gems from the Baha'i writings is a much-loved classic that has been familiar to generations of Baha'is for over 60 years.
  • Alzheimer's - Observations & Disclosures & Resolutions When artist Harlan Carl Scheffler's wife Barbara developed Alzheimer's disease, he determined to learn as much as possible about the condition and to understand what was happening to his life-long partner. A Bahá'í since childhood, he turned to religion as well as to science to provide insights into this physical disease of the brain.
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    Poems and Portrayals Vivid, sympathetic portraits of martyrs, pioneers, and ordinary people: shining through is a poet's vision - fresh, unique, sometimes satirical, but never superficial.
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    Babi and Bahai Religions 1844-1944 - Some Contemporary Western Accounts The Bahá'í Faith is a religion which, with its precursor, the Bábí movement, arose in the mid-nineteenth-century Iran and has since spread to all parts of the world, with adherents from most races and nations. This book examines the extensive writings and documents about the history of the Bahá'í Faith by Western authors not themselves Bahá'ís.
  • Fifteen essays explore the place of the Baha'i Faith in the post-modern world!
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    Written and Printed in Persian. An important compilation of the Persian and Arabic Tablets and prayers for celebration of Baha'i Holy Days.
  • Beyond Tolerance For the global community to survive the current century, the adherents of the diverse religions of the world must move beyond conflict or mere tolerance and toward the realization of their essential unity. Dr. Allen McKiel offers compelling evidence of this unity through an exploration of recurring themes found in the sacred scriptures of the world's religions.
  • Buddhism and the Bahai Faith An introduction to the Bahá’í Faith for those of the Tharavada Buddhist tradition.
  • A Companion to the Study of the Kitab-i-Iqan The Study Companion includes: annotations to the lqan major themes of the Iqan identified by Shoghi Effendi a new index to the Iqan and a suggested course of study for the Iqan
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    Companions of the Crimson Ark is the first book in a series which tell the dramatic stories of some of the 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.
  • Consulting Detective It is my favorite kind of mystery novel: an intriguing who-dunit, without the gore, depravity or gruesomeness that has become so popular in modern crime fiction. This is a book you can read without cringing, and share with your family and friends. It would be a great consideration for a book club.
  • Coral and Pearls is a great alternative to "Fortress for Well-Being" as a wedding or engagement gift.  It is easier to read and is based on Baha'i principles without being overtly Baha'i.
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    Crown of Beauty

    $24.95 $18.95
    A Crown of Beauty - The Bahai Faith and the Holy Land A Crown of Beauty is a unique portrayal in words, photographs and drawings of the outstanding religious drama of our time - the rise of the Bahá'í Faith, from its birth in Persia in 1844 amid violent persecutions, to its establishment today throughout the World. The story unfolds vividly through the lives and missions of the three central figures of the Faith - the Báb, Bahá'u'lláh and 'Abdu'l-Bahá - and the great works of its Guardian, Shoghi Effendi. Its universal principles, and its goal of a peaceful, ordered world society are also explained.
  • Devotional Meetings by Wendi Momen What are some of the unique characteristics of a Bahá'í devotional meeting that distinguish it from a church service, and how can we make our devotional meetings both spiritually enriching and attractive to the general public?
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    Dimension in Spirituality is a presentation of the path to spirituality offered by the youngest but most promising of the world's great religions, the Bahá'í Faith.
  • Divine Art of Meditation I'm very excited about this book. Having experienced a wide range of meditation techniques myself, I am often surprised at how little most Baha'is know about such an important subject.
  • Earth Circles - Baha'i Perspectives on Global issues For over one-hundred years, the Bahá'í community has anticipated the inevitable contraction of our planet into a global neighborhood and warned of the urgent need to provide spiritual foundations for this new world order. Bahá'ís believe that the unityy of the human race is the fundamental moral principle that today must direct and govern world affairs.
  • Epistle to the Son of the Wolf This is a Tablet containing Baha'u'llah's own writing anthology chosen to illustrate major themes of His revelation. Epistle to the Son of the Wolf was revealed by Baha'u'llah about one year before His death, and though it is addressed to the son of an official, it can be found relevant to a contemporary reader as well.
  • Essays on Hinduism by Karan Singh
  • Fire and Gold - Benefiting from Life's Tests A thoughtfully selected compilation of quotations from the Bahá'í scriptures and other Bahá'í writings on the purpose and source of the tests that may come to us and to our society, and how we can overcome them.
  • In Forces our our Time, Hooper Dunbar examines the character of the spiritual forces that are transforming the world today.
  • Fountain of Wisdom is a collection of the writings of Baha'u'llah, the Prophet-Founder of the Baha'i Faith, in which He explains some of the "precepts and principles that lie at the very core of His Faith." Revealed during the final years of His ministry, the sixteen tablets contained in this volume cover a wide range of topics and place emphasis on principles such as the oneness and wholeness of the human race, collective security, justice, trustworthiness, and moderation in all things.
  • "Be generous in prosperity..." Whether you are looking for a beautiful way to thank someone who has been generous toward you, or are trying to become more generous yourself, this beautiful book is exactly what you are looking for. The carefully selected verses from the Baha'i Writings explore the many ways we can be generous - with our time, our compassion, our wisdom, and yes, even our money. The full-color artwork by Corinne Randall fills every page with the richness that the topic deserves.  Only 48 pages long, but infused with enough wisdom to last a lifetime.
  • Getting Old? - Well, Maybe, Just a Little
    My dear friend Harlan Scheffler is now on the "other side," but before he moved on, he left us with his thoughts about the process of growing old and preparing to die. A gentle soul and profound thinker, you will want to read what he has to say. With luck, you will face your last days with the same grace and faith that he describes in these two essays.
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    Gibran Love Letters

    $11.95 $10.95
    A Crown of Beauty - The Bahai Faith and the Holy Land A Crown of Beauty is a unique portrayal in words, photographs and drawings of the outstanding religious drama of our time - the rise of the Bahá'í Faith, from its birth in Persia in 1844 amid violent persecutions, to its establishment today throughout the World. The story unfolds vividly through the lives and missions of the three central figures of the Faith - the Báb, Bahá'u'lláh and 'Abdu'l-Bahá - and the great works of its Guardian, Shoghi Effendi. Its universal principles, and its goal of a peaceful, ordered world society are also explained.
  • Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah This is a compilation of some of Baha'u'llah's most powerful and informative Writings, translated and compiled by the Guardian. It is a favorite gift for Seekers and new Baha'is alike.
  • The Greatest Instrument for Promoting Harmony and Civilization A Universal Auxiliary Language is one of the more obscure Baha'i principles, and I believe its importance has been greatly underestimated. While the world has adopted peace and equality as generally accepted principles, the harmony of science and religion and a universal language are novel enough to be great conversation starters.
  • Hinduism is one of the most ancient of the existing religious traditions; the Bahá'í Faith is the most modern.
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    Human Rights in an Advancing Civilization by Aaron Emmel What do human rights mean today? How we have arrived here? And where are human rights going? Aaron Emmel answers these questions based on his years of experience as a human rights advisor.
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    Human Rights, the UN and the Baha'is in Iran A comprehensive account of the interaction between the United Nations human rights system and one human rights situation - that of the Bahá’ís in Iran.
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    Imperishable Dominion -  The Bahai Faith and the Future of Mankind A world beset by intractable problems leading to the breakdown of society as we know it: the diagnosis is a common one but Dr Schaefer’s presentation of it is not.
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    In Iran

    $32.50 $24.50
    Seven scholars, Bahá'ís and non-Bahá'ís, have contributed essays to this important new volume on the history of the Bábí and Bahá'í religions In Iran. Discussed here are aspects of that history which are still only barely understood and which are examined here for the first time.
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    The Bible has fascinated generations of people, both the religious and those who are merely curious. Here is an invitation to participate in a dialog on the person of Jesus Christ, whatever the religion or faith to which you may belong. Intended as a study guide to the gospels to be used in conjunction with a study of the actual text, Jesus and Early Christianity in the Gospels attempts to recover the world in which the gospels were written and the world in which their traditions were transmitted before they came into the hands of the evangelists.
  • Kitab-i-Iqan The Book of Certitude Baha'u'llah's presentation of the major themes of Progressive Revelation.
  • Kitab-i-Iqan The Book of Certitude Baha'u'llah's presentation of the major themes of Progressive Revelation.
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    Love and Estrangement in the Baha'i Community is a guide to personal growth and personal relations within the Bahá'í community. Included are chapters on love, powerlessness, commitment, struggle, friendship, backbiting, intimacy and sexuality. How are these issues approached within a Bahá'í context?

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