Book Review: Hats of Faith

Disclaimer:  I was provided an advanced copy of this book from the author to facilitate this review.  As always, all opinions are my own.

  • The Facts:  Hats of Faith, written by Medeia Cohan-Petrolino, Illustrated by Sarah Walsh, published by Shade 7 Publishing Limited in the USA 2017, 14 pages, ISBN-10:0957636474, ISBN-13: 978-0957636477


  • The Review:  Hats of Faith is a beautifully illustrated and classically written short book that introduces young children and early readers to some of the different major world religions through the head garments (hats and wraps) associated with each religion.


  • This book is aimed at a younger reader ideally pre-school and very early readers, (ages 2 and up) and explores different world religions. Though aimed at a younger audience could easily be a primer for older children who may be curious about world religions or some of the things people who practice various religions wear and why. I read this book with my children, slightly older than the target audience, who loved the pictures and had many questions about the different featured religions, which led us to a deeper conversation about world religions, religious tolerance, and diversity.


Lia World Traveler

Lia World Traveler, is the quintessential every-woman, a loving wife and mother, daughter, sister, friend, author/singer/song-writer, movie and book buff, DIY loc’d naturalista, food lover, sports and fitness enthusiast, news junkie, traveling fool, diplomat, diversity/social inclusion advocate, and life-time learner. In both her work and private lives, Lia has seen a lot and done a lot and through her writing; she shares her adventures and insights with you in her blog Life As I See It.