Montreal Bahá'i Book store : Bookstore

The Bahá’í Bookstore hours are:
Wednesday to Friday: 3pm-7pm
Saturday: 1pm-5pm
Sunday: 1pm-5pm
Monday and Tuesday: Closed

Nous vous recommandons d'appeler avant. We recommend calling before. 

177, av des Pins E
Montréal, QC H2W 1N9
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Phone: 514-849-0753

Just received at the Bookstore, the following books for Intercalary Days Celebrations and Festivities :

New arrivals :
“Man of the Trees. Richard St. Barbe Baker. The First Global Conservationist” 
`This biography will inspire a new generation of tree lovers and forest protectors.`
- Peter Wohlleben author of The Hidden Life of Trees.
$ 39 (includes tax and shipping)
Arising. Kevin Locke. As Told to Kim Douglas & Aleah Douglas-Khavari.
Arising is the biography of Kevin Locke - a member of the Lakota tribe and a renowned hoop dancer, flutist, and storyteller, and cultural ambassador- who has traveled the world as a performer and a promoter of principles such as the oneness of humankind.
 $ 25 (includes tax and shipping)

Robert Sengstacke Abbott.
A Man, a Paper, and a Parade.
By Susan Engle. Illustrations by Luthando Masibuko.
Robert Segstacket Abbot was born son of former slaves on St. Simon`s Island, Georgia, in 1868; the founder  of The Chicago Defender, an important newspaper published  for African Americans in the United States; a leader in the struggle for equality for African Americans.
12 $ (Includes tax and shipping)

Aflame with Devotion. 
The Hannen and Knobloch Families and the Early Days  of the Baha'i Faith in America. By Judy Hannen Moe. 
`This biography will inspire a new generation of tree lovers and forest protectors.`- Peter Wohlleben author of The Hidden Life of Trees.
$ 25 (includes tax and shipping)
The Herald and his Heroes. Stories about the Bab.  By Hijto Garst.

Stories about the Báb. The great religious drama told in an easy-to-read style.

Who was the Báb? And who were His heroes? Whose Herald was He? Why did He die so young, and why was His Revelation so short?

The Herald and His Heroes answers these questions in a simple, easy-to-read style. This is the story of the great religious drama that unfolded in the middle of the 19th century in Iran. The Báb and His followers were relentlessly persecuted by clergy and government. Many thousands gave their lives so that the new teachings could reach the peoples of the world.

$ 33 (includes tax and shipping)

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