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Buddha at Bedtime

Dharmachari Nagaraja

    “Buddha at Bedtime” has short stories that are not selling any religion but are guiding your child into ideas of compassion, kindness, gratitude, and non-violence. Dharmachari’s intent in writing the book was to encourage interaction between parents and their children as well as improve communication. Reviewers rave about “Buddha at Bedtime” for its blend of story and pictures and a “moral” which the Buddha spells out at the end. Some parents often stop before the moral, and ask their child what the child learned from the story, a practice often illuminating for parents. As your child becomes a reader, this book continues to satisfy with its easily accessible language and entertainment value. Author Dharmachari Nagaraja is a Buddhist who can be heard regularly on the BBC Radio Two’s program “Pause for Thought” and “Wake up with Wogan.” He is well known for his sharp-witted accounts of Indian philosophy. The show’s host, Terry Wogan, suggested the charismatic Dharmachari write a book, and “Buddha at Bedtime” is the result. It is a must have for your child’s library. –

    • Paperback, 144 pages.
    • Published by Duncan Baird (May 2008).
    • Modern retelling of 20 ancient Buddhist tales.
    • A low pressure and fun way for parents to provide moral lessons without preaching.
    • Perfect for 3 year olds to adults.
    • The book contains illustrations of Buddhist principles of non-violence helpful to children who face bullying, peer pressure, and increasing academic expectations in their lives.

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