Is That Paras’ Turban?

£10.99

Pre-Order, releasing March 2023 (UK Shipping Only)

Share Charity is delighted to present ‘Is that Paras’ Turban?’, our new children’s book!
It is the first Sikh-themed multi-sensory book aimed at educating about the significance of the turban.
It gives young children early exposure to the turban and introduces them to key associated words. It also looks to embrace those children who fall in the neurodiversity category through its interactive and sensory theme. Diversity and inclusion are vitally important and the book aims to create awareness amongst children of this important article of faith which is prevalent across much of UK society.

This is the first ever Sikh sensory book to be created for little hands to explore different textures and experience the book.  The importance of the sensory element is to ensure all children of different learning styles can access the learning.

The book has also been endorsed by SNN (Sikh Neurodiversity Network) who have been very supportive throughout its production.
The book contains two main characters Paras and Pete, who go on an adventure to find Paras’ turban. They will observe different types of head wear but in the end recognise the huge significance of the turban, the fact that it is a crown which has been gifted by the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak Dev Jee.

The book contains a QR code which will connect the reader to many free resources including downloadable colouring sheets, Paras book makers, keywords, questions, signposting to links on how to tie a turban and many more…
Our dream would be for the book to reach every nursery/EYFS institution in the UK, to ensure the important message about the turban is conveyed and we can collectively build tolerance, mutual respect and eradicate the early roots of discrimination.

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This book is now available in the UK!

Share Charity is delighted to present ‘Is that Paras’ Turban?’, our new children’s book!
It is the first Sikh-themed multi-sensory book aimed at educating about the significance of the turban.
It gives young children early exposure to the turban and introduces them to key associated words. It also looks to embrace those children who fall in the neurodiversity category through its interactive and sensory theme. Diversity and inclusion are vitally important and the book aims to create awareness amongst children of this important article of faith which is prevalent across much of UK society.

This is the first ever Sikh sensory book to be created for little hands to explore different textures and experience the book.  The importance of the sensory element is to ensure all children of different learning styles can access the learning.

The book has also been endorsed by SNN (Sikh Neurodiversity Network) who have been very supportive throughout its production.
The book contains two main characters Paras and Pete, who go on an adventure to find Paras’ turban. They will observe different types of head wear but in the end recognise the huge significance of the turban, the fact that it is a crown which has been gifted by the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak Dev Jee.

The book contains a QR code which will connect the reader to many free resources including downloadable colouring sheets, Paras book makers, keywords, questions, signposting to links on how to tie a turban and many more…
Our dream would be for the book to reach every nursery/EYFS institution in the UK, to ensure the important message about the turban is conveyed and we can collectively build tolerance, mutual respect and eradicate the early roots of discrimination.

 

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