The Buddhism for Children Series

Although written primarily for children, everyone – parents, teachers and people of all ages – can benefit from reading these books and learning from the teachings of Buddha. These books give a clear explanation of the essence of Buddhism and its relevance to modern living from which everyone, Buddhist or non-Buddhist, can benefit.

With beautiful illustrations throughout and addressing the reader in a mature style, these books take the life and teachings of Buddha as a basis for exploring many of the issues and concerns faced by young people today. Although written primarily for children, everyone – parents, teachers and people of all ages – can benefit from reading these books and learning from the teachings of Buddha.

Note for teachers and parents: Series suitable for Key Stages 1 to 3
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  1. The Story of Angulimala
    A beautifully illustrated story of hope and personal transformation from the life of Buddha that addresses many of the issues confronting both children and adults today. Click here to view all books for children. Learn More
  2. The Story of Buddha
    The story of Buddha’s life is timeless and is as relevant today as it was 2500 years ago when Buddha was alive. Few can fail to be inspired by this powerful story. Click here to view all books for children. Learn More
  3. What is Buddhism?
    This book introduces the mind, as distinct from the brain, and invites the reader to explore and develop their mind using scientific methods taught by Buddha. Click here to view all books for children. Learn More
  4. What is Meditation?
    This book explains a simple breathing meditation suitable for all ages and briefly introduces more advanced forms of meditation. Click here to view all books for children. Learn More
  5. Buddhism for Children Series (All 4 Books)
    The Buddhism for Children series invites children to make a journey of self-discovery and self-improvement to help them realize their full potential. Learn More
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