The price for all tiny book titles is $2.00 each if fewer than 100 books are ordered. The price of the books includes sales tax for all orders. Book orders from 1-500 books are shipped free via Media Mail (takes about one week to arrive).
If you are ordering more than 100, please email me (at the “Contact” link) so that I can send a PayPal invoice via email. The invoice can then be paid right away with a credit/debit card. If you order directly from this page with a large order, you won’t get the discount which you deserve: thus the invoice system.
In orders over 500 books, the invoice will include your discounted price plus a postage charge.
The pricing structure is this:
1-99 books – $2.00 each
100 – 299 books – $1.75 each.
300 – 499 books – $1.50 each.
500 books and up – $1.10 each plus the shipping costs.
As mentioned above, you will need to contact me to place an order 100 books or more to take advantage of the discounted prices rather than using the buttons below. If you live outside of the United States, I will let you know the postage costs when you get in touch. Wherever you live, I can always prepare an invoice for you and send it via email, which can then be paid via PayPal online at the touch of a button.
A new tiny book about life after death has been published: A Soul Is Forever: A Tiny Book of Comfort. You can order this title below, along with the other three tiny books. This title was submitted to Readers’ Favorite Awards and garnered a five-star review:
“‘A Soul is Forever’ attempts to tackle one of the most important questions of human existence: what happens to us after we die? Full of spirituality and hope, the self-proclaimed ‘Tiny Book of Comfort’ is exactly that: a reassurance that there is more to life than this. Written from the perspective of the Baha’i Faith, ‘A Soul is Forever’ begins with a short editorial on the permanence of the soul. It continues with a short narrative introducing us to Abdu’l-Baha, one of the prominent figures of the Baha’i Faith. The remainder of the work is made up of quotations from Abdu’l-Baha and other figures of the faith meant to provide comfort to those dealing with the inevitability of death and the heaviness of loss.
The book does exactly what it intends to do. The tone throughout lends itself to spirituality and comfort. It’s never insistent or preachy: the reader is left to believe or not believe as they so choose. The narrative is especially well-written, using a real-life situation to illustrate the book’s main idea. The small size and magazine-like snapshots allow for even the most scatterbrained reader to finish each section at their leisure, yet it has enough depth for the heaviest readers. I am a born-again Christian, and I loved this book. If I were to find this book on a friend’s coffee table, it would be the perfect tool to segue into a spiritual discussion. It’s a great tool for bringing proponents of many faiths together to talk about truth and life. I don’t hold with all the teachings in this book, but it allows for the conversation to start, which is what a spiritual book should do. Recommended to both those who share the Baha’i Faith and those who seek alternative perspectives.” -Adam Mann for Readers’ Favorite Award
Ordering the books is pretty simple. But to avoid big costs to me from PayPal, each title needs to be ordered and paid for separately. They will arrive in the same package (if you order different titles on the same day), because I’m the one with the inventory, packing and sending books to you. I’m happy to answer any questions about the ordering or shipping process at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Though most customers order tiny books for personal teaching and home visits, many communities have bought them for community events or for their Bahá’í Centers. In The Bahá’í Faith: A Tiny Introduction, there is a tiny history of the Báb and Bahá’u’lláh in its pages, as well as an overview of the Faith and a few quotations from the Sacred Text. The prayer book has nine prayers between its covers, beginning with a morning prayer and ending with a prayer for the midnight hour. In the final pages, there is an invitation to memorize two or more prayers and earn a tiny certificate.
Want to know more about tiny books? See an interview that explores how they came to be at Baha’i Blog.