WORLD RELIGION BOOKS
Topic Books about Religion and Religion Around the World for Children in EYFS, KS1 and KS2
A thought-provoking book offering a balanced exploration of the beliefs, history and customs of the major world religions and many lesser-known faiths. Beautiful photographs and engaging illustrations, maps and diagrams compliment the informative text.
See Inside: World Religions
by Alex Frith
An insightful look at the beliefs, history and customs of the major world religions. With over 70 flaps to lift, children can discover key facts about each religion, differing ideas about God, worship and prayer and colourful festivals and celebrations.
What Do You Celebrate?
Experience 14 different countries through the incredible celebrations that each has to offer. Explore Chinese New Year, Losar, Carnival, Fastelavn, Purim, Cherry Blossom Festival, Holi, Eid al-Fitr, Fourth of July, Bastille Day, Halloween, Day of the Dead, Guy Fawkes Day, and the German Lantern Festival.
What is God? by Etan Boritzer
An eloquent introduction to the ideas behind God and religion. Written with a simple clarity and beautifully illustrated with just the right blend of seriousness and humour. The book compares different religions - Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism - and talks about praying as well as feeling connected to everything in the world.
Celebrations Around the World by Katy Halford
Embark on an exciting journey through interesting and important festivals and celebrations enjoyed around the world. Stunning illustrations and fascinating facts will inspire and inform children about different cultures and religions.
All About Religion
by Aled Jones
Why are we here? What happens after we die? All About Religion unpacks the big questions about life, God, morality and science vs. religion. The book presents faith and religion in a totally unbiased way, allowing children to better understand some of the challenging questions we face today.
Dear Pope Francis
by Pope Francis
Children have questions and struggles just like adults. In this thoughtful book, Pope Francis answers these questions from 30 children around the world. The letters, hand-written and illustrated, are reproduced on left-hand pages, along with English translations and photos of each child.
My Religion, Your Religion
by Lisa Bullard
When David's friend invites him to a service at a Jewish synagogue, David feels nervous. David is a Christian, and he's only ever been to churches. But soon David discovers that learning about different religions is fun. How are religions similar? How are they different? What will David discover?