This is a lovely book of stories about Abdu’l-Bahá, the Purest Branch and Shoghi Effendi, adapted for younger readers. With 124 stories, each only one or two pages long, it can be read to younger children at bedtime, or given to older children to read on their own, a few stories at a time. Almost every story has its own charming illustration. Though obviously written for children, I suspect that many adults will find these stories more accessible and compelling than the longer versions they may never get around to reading.
The stories are written in such a way as to focus on the personalities and character of the subjects, and give a good feel for the sacrifices they made on the path of God.