My Little Sikh Handbook is the story of two children learning about Sikhism, the stories, culture and history. In this book, Nanki and Himmat learn about being a Sikh. The perfect book to gift your child, it has stories, activities, colouring and learning all rolled into one. This is one book I wholeheartedly recommend to everyone wanting to learn more about Sikhism. It may be a book for children and it does its work fabulously for adults as well. Anyone who reads it will enjoy it as well as learn from it.
You can read more about the idea, concept and motivation behind this book in the author interview with Artika Aurora Bakshi. This is a picture book with short stories about a family as the kids
My Little Sikh Handbook is special for me since my son loved the easy, fun way he is learning about his culture and religion. I learnt a few things as well 🙂
Right from Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the festivals, celebrations and learning the alphabet of Gurmukhi, this book covers all aspects in a fun and simple way. Great illustrations and images with activities that keep the kids engrossed. My nine-year-old loved the book. Matching, crosswords, join the dots, acrostic poem and word search are just a few of the activities in the book that made learning a breeze. Both parents and kids will love and enjoy this book, reading it again and again.
My Little Sikh Handbook
Join Himmat and Nanki as they discover that there is no such thing as a boring day. Bonding with their parents,
Stretch your brain with pages of games, puzzles, fun facts and simple activities!
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This book looks so interesting. We have many Sikh families who have immigrated near my home and I would love to learn more about their lives and beliefs.
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