jaya’s golden necklace

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“The most important message for children today is to listen inwardly and believe in yourself. Jaya’s Golden Necklace teaches children that they already have what they need, that they are capable, brave, and strong.”— Krissy Pozatek, author of Brave Parenting

JAYA’S GOLDEN NECKLACE

A Silk Road Tale

Peter Linenthal

While on a very important mission from the King, young Jaya encounters the deities Shiva, Inanna, and Hercules. Leaping from gold coins on her mother’s golden necklace, they help Jaya achieve her goal and discover strengths she didn’t know she had.

Jaya’s Golden Necklace is the first children’s book to tell of the origin and cultural roots of the beloved Buddha image. A story of East and West, it teaches lessons and entertains while also opening a door into Asian culture. Set along the Silk Road, Jaya’s journey highlights the interconnected and multicultural worlds of yesterday and today.

This engaging, fast-moving tale of empowerment will help children relate better to the powerful beings in human history’s rich religions and myths. It also conveys the independence, resilience, and creativity that make Jaya a true heroine for today.

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book information
  • Paper-Over-Board
  • 40 pages, 8.25 x 10.25 inches
  • $16.95
  • ISBN 9781614292326
  • ebook
  • 40 pages
  • $11.99
  • ISBN 9781614292470
about the author
Jaya’s Golden Necklace

Peter Linenthal has more than a dozen books to his credit as author, illustrator, or both, mostly for kids. He has taught young children art and bookmaking for more than thirty years and has an elementary teaching credential and an MFA. He is also an amateur scholar and collector of Kushan-era antiquities and is working on a catalog with archaeologists who specialize in ancient Central Asia. He lives in San Francisco, California.

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