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Namaste! Illustrated by Amy Cordova (New)
by Cohn, Diana
Publisher: Steiner Books
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9780880106252, 0880106255
Usually available in 1-2 weeks
Nima Sherpa lives in Nepal at the top of the world, where the tallest mountain on Earth, Chomolongma (the mountain we call Everest) towers above the clouds. Nima has promised her father, a mountain guide, that she will find a way to help the world a better place.
Whenever Nima sees someone, she brings her hands together with her fingers almost touching her chin, bows her head slightly, and says "Namaste" - the light in me meets the light in you. Her mother tells her, "When you say 'Namaste,' try to see the special spark of light that shines within every person's heart."
Woven into this simple, gentle story about recognizing and honoring the sacred in one another are delightful details of daily life in Nepal.
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