Celebrating Sikh Books for Children of All Ages

Picture Books (Ages 3-7)

“My First Sikh Books” by Parveen Kaur Dhillon

A set of books introducing young children to Sikh concepts, values, and traditions through simple stories and vibrant illustrations.

“A Lion’s Mane” by Navjot Kaur

A story about a young Sikh boy who explores the significance of his hair and discovers pride in his identity.

“The Garden of Peace” by Navjot Kaur

This book promotes multiculturalism and peace through the story of a garden that flourishes with diversity.

Early Readers (Ages 5-9)

“Sikh Children’s Story Book” by Pavan Kaul

A collection of short stories featuring Sikh children in various settings, emphasising moral lessons and cultural heritage.

“Ik Onkar” by Inni Kaur

A beautifully illustrated book that introduces young readers to the concept of Oneness in Sikhism through a simple narrative.

Many Colors of Harpreet Singh

Harpreet Singh has a different color for every mood and occasion, from pink for dancing to bhangra beats to red for courage.

The Chaar Sahibzaade 

Junior School (Ages 8-12)

“The Power of Play” by Jugraj Singh

A story about a young Sikh boy who uses his creativity and imagination to solve problems and have fun adventures

“My Big Naam Adventure” Prem Ras Books

“The Guru Inside Me Says” Ratika Seehra

“The Royal Falcon” by J.S. GillA historical fiction novel that follows the adventures of a young Sikh boy during the time of Guru Gobind Singh.

Young Adult (Ages 12+)

“Gurpreet Goes to Gurdwara: Understanding the Sikh Place of Worship” Harman Singh Pandher 

“Sunny Side Up” by Neesha Meminger

This novel follows the life of a Sikh-American teenage girl dealing with the challenges of high school, identity, and family expectations.

“Enter Title Here” by Rahul Kanakia

A contemporary YA novel featuring an ambitious Sikh girl who navigates the competitive world of high school academics while discovering her true self.

These books provide a mix of cultural education and engaging narratives, allowing Sikh children to see themselves in a variety of roles and adventures.


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