Are there any modern books based on ancient Hindu texts suitable for children? I am looking for books that can answer questions about life and introduce spirituality to a child.

Some books I've found were rather dry. I had better luck with playful interpretations like "The Broken Tusk" and "Ramayana: An Illustrated Retelling".

What books do you know of that are lively and bring the Gita/Vedas/Upanishads alive for tween/teen children?

Thank you!

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    According to the site's rules, one cannot ask for personal advice. So I edited your question and made it a general question. It is a good question. Apr 1 at 3:59
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    I'm not sure if it's still a thing, but I wonder if the Amar Chitra Katha are still available. They were basically comic books covering a broad subset of epics and local myths Apr 1 at 14:25
  • @JourneymanGeek I found them online, but the sets are expensive. Apr 2 at 22:44

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