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The NOW I KNOW series is a unique and vibrant series of books for children about cultivating wholesome states of mind. Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Matthieu Ricard the collection offers different methods for finding happiness for self and others. Now I Know is a beautifully illustrated, first of its kind series designed to bring ancient Buddhist teachings into a contemporary format for children in a fun and entertaining way. 

Based on the one -thousand year old eight verses mind training of Master Geshe Langri Thangpa, these teachings renowned for their spiritual beauty have been passed down through many generations, each one benefitting from his wisdom. Each story features a lesson which once learned, is intended to put the reader on the path to a more fulfilling more sustaining view of life. 

Funny, wholesome and full of valuable teaching.


His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

"If we are to insure a peaceful future for our world, I believe it's important to foster positive values like compassion, kindness, and love in our children's minds from an early age. Certainly, books like these can help us do that. I'm sure they'll delight readers young and old. I commend Sally for her efforts." 

Matthieu Ricard:

"While outer conditions certainly exert a great influence on our well-being, it is the mind that allows the flourishing of genuine happiness. This can only arise when the mind and, consequently, the way in which we relate to the world are transported and infused with wisdom and altruistic love, producing a deep sense of fulfillment.

Sally Devorsine’s stories inspire the reader to travel along the rewarding path of inner transformation, one which will better enable us to shape the world."

Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche (Bhutan):

"I'm am surprised that such a bad start (my naughtiness) could lead to such a great result (these books)! And I hope that as people read them again and again, the benefit of my naughtiness will just increase and increase" - about Now I Know That I It's Better to Face My Monsters