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Dreams of Hope – A Bedtime Lullaby


By Navjot Kaur; Illustrated by Gurleen Rai

With a quiet compassion for the natural world, a father and daughter explore the meaning of beauty. Land bound Sundees turn into highflying butterflies, and gentle, but endangered Chiru snuggle into their warm Shahtooshi. As the father lays his Little One to bed, she is filled with a renewed sense of love and respect for the Earth and all living things, including herself.

A timeless addition, this soothing lullaby will inspire many dreams of hope for little ones.

Consider as a gift for new beginnings.

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More Details:
Size: 8.5” x 8.5”
Pages: 32 pages
Format: Hardcover
Publication: First edition, June 2011
List Price: $18.95/Contact us for international wholesale orders
Printed on responsibly sourced paper
Every purchase helps us provide eye glasses to children.

ISBN: 978-0-9812412-1-0

– Fold-out keepsake page
– Decorated endpapers with unique travel guide of world peace monuments;
– “Goodnight” featured in multiple languages on the guide;
– Glossary and Pronunciation Guide;
Themes: Empathy, Compassion, Respect, Responsibility, Environment, Standards of beauty
Categories to launch discussion: Citizenship, Philosophy, People and Places, Natural World, Geography and Cultures, Diversity, Peace Education

SOCIAL IMPACT: Every book purchase helps break the cycle of poverty and gives access to opportunity for some of the 1.4 million children around the world living with treatable vision loss.