My Sikh Faith
My Sikh Faith is one of 6 titles that introduce the young reader to the basic beliefs and rituals of the 6 main world religions. The author and photographer have followed the life of a young boy as he practises his faith with his family. Sensitive questions about the religion are posed by other children, allowing for accurate and clear responses. As with all My Faith titles, special care has been taken to include all of the conventions of real non-fiction titles including a contents page and glossary. A clever dual text technique combines running text with speech bubbles drawing in both the less confident and the confident reader.
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