When young Nikolai seeks counsel from Leo, the wise old
turtle who lives in the mountains, he is sure Leo will know the answers to his
Padma Publishing is very pleased to present our new
children's book based upon a popular Tibetan folk tale as told by Chagdud
Padma Publishing is very pleased to present this
long-awaited children's book based upon a popular Tibetan folk tale as told
by Chagdud Tulku.
Woven into this simple, gentle story about honoring the
sacred in each other are delightful details of daily life in
This remarkable book is required reading for everyone who loves animals, and also for those who understand or perhaps need some lessons in compassion.
A comforting quiet bedtime book that will
reassure little ones that they are connected to the world both physically
Once upon a time there was a poor boy named Jinpa who lived
in the high mountains of Tibet.
The kids at Edward Rucher High School call Jinsen "Buddha
Boy" and consider him a freak.
When family members have peace in their hearts, they
naturally get along better with each other and all those who enter their
"Hey, Little Ant is the perfect tool to help inspire
compassion. Please share this book and its lessons with your family
today!" ~ Jane Goodall
Children will delight in the playful language, endearing
illustrations, and wonderfully warm story that makes this picture book so
Weaving together Bhutanese legends and stories with lush
colors and Buddhist art, this picture book opens a window on the little-known
culture of Bhutan.
Following the Buddha through his many lives, these
wise, compassionate, and often funny stories convey the ancient master's
profound and gentle teachings.
This delightful sequel to Moody Cow Meditates
illustrates how compassion arises through developing empathy with the
misfortune of others.
"It all started one stupid, rotten day when
everything went wrong . . ."
Sometimes life seems like it's all about hurrying: so many
places to go! And sometimes it's hard when things don't go our
A New York Times bestseller, The Quiltmaker’s
Gift tells the story of how a greedy king learns to find happiness by giving
Twelve highly detailed line drawings of deities that can be
colored by children or adults.
This collection of three classic Tibetan folktales will
delight all with mystical beings, yaks, wild goats, horses, an enormous
sow, and a yeti.
Thoughtful—no other word more singularly suggests the
author's effort in this lovely children's book.
This book is written for teens facing a multitude of questions, and offers guidance for possibly finding answers.
When Stillwater the Bear moves into the neighborhood, the
stories he tells to three siblings teach them to look at the world