Sacred Spaces

Have you ever been to a mosque, temple, church, synagogue or monastery?  There are many sacred spaces around the world, and not all of them are buildings.  Stonehenge, the Western Wall, and the Ganges River are also sacred sites.  People make sacred spaces in their own homes, too.  What makes these places special to the people who visit them?  What do they represent?  We’ll take a virtual excursion around the world to explore the places where people celebrate the divine.

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Sacred Spaces Library

Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets: A Muslim Book of Shapes (Islamic Book of Shapes for Kids, Toddler Book about Religion, Concept book for Toddlers)

Sacred Places

Peace is an Offering

Hey, Wall: A Story of Art and Community

Congazori: By the Families, Children, and Teachers of the CONGAZORI Tribe

Saffron Ice Cream

Brick: Who Found Herself in Architecture

The Night Is Yours

The Quiet Place

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