Hats of Faith is a simple and striking introduction to the shared custom of religious head coverings. With bright images and a carefully researched interfaith text, this thoughtful book inspires understanding and celebrates our culturally diverse modern world.
A simple book explaining the different headwear that people wear as part of their faith. Difficult words have a pronunciation guide which is helpful.
You know that moment when you’re walking down the street and your kid sees someone dressed differently and says in that super-loud whisper-yell only preschoolers can do, “Mom! Why is she wearing that?!?” I’m always grateful to have those teaching moments for learning and discussion about the diverse beliefs, backgrounds, and cultural practices of our friends and neighbors—but sometimes it’s nice to have the discussion at home rather than in line at Target. This book helps make that possible! It’s thoughtful, cute, and well-done.
Medeia Cohan has worked as a gallery curator and an entrepre-neur. Her belief that early familiarity with faith-based customs will lead to kinder future generations inspired her to create this book. This is her ﬁrst children’s book. She lives in Glasgow, Scotland, but was born in the United States and frequently returns to visit family