Great news for storytelling fans! You can now purchase Anis audio stories CDs on Ebay. Enjoy listening to the CDs of Women who changed the world and The Master – Stories of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá for children.
Here is a timely reminder of how ‘Abdu’l-Bahá dealt with difficulties. The following story is from our CD/MP3 The Master and describes the many hardships He encountered during His lifetime.
Even in the worst of times, He knew how to be happy.
The recently opened hospital in London’s ExCel Centre has been treating coronavirus patients. Prince Charles, during the opening ceremony, remembered the legacy of Florence Nightingale whose life story is featured in our CD Women who changed the world. Read more here.
‘She brought health and healing to thousands during their darkest hour.’
Get inspired this March by listening to our CD ‘Women who changed the world’. We present to you biographical stories of culturally and spiritually diverse women who challenged society with their acts of bravery, and changed the world for the better.
Greta Thunberg, climate change campaigner, has recently met with Malala Yousafzai that features in our CD Women who changed the world.
Listen to Malala’s story here:
Read more about the meeting of these two influential young women here.
Our CDs of educational and inspirational stories were a great success at a recent London conference on ‘World Order and Social Justice’.
This is a very interesting story of the house of Rosa Parks, the African-American civil rights activist. Her property was dismantled in 2016, shipped to Berlin and restored in a private garden. And now it is heading back to America. Read about it here.
Rosa Parks’ life story is featured on our CD Women Who Changed the World, have a listen:
Well done to Malala Yousafzai for securing a place at the Oxford University. Read about her successful A-level results here. Malala is one of the heroines featured in our CD: Women who changed the world and we hope that she can bring further changes to the society by studying philosophy, politics and economics at the Lady Margaret Hall.