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The Little Lama Of Tibet

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An illustrated biography of Ling Rinpochey, the young Buddhist monk who will be the next leader of the Tibetan people.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published February 1st 1994 by Scholastic
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Joanne
Oct 25, 2007 Joanne rated it it was amazing
Oh! The tale of Ling Rinpoche is meant to be a children's book, but I oohed and awwed over most of it, with a few tears as well. To have a six year old give you "advices" that touch your heart, I can see why he was named Rinpoche. Apparently it is the Tibetan word for "precious".
Matthew
Oct 09, 2011 Matthew rated it really liked it
This book is kind of different in that is covers a reincarnated Buddhist Lama and what that life is like. I have to say that I'm not that familiar with Tibetan Buddhist religious practices so this whole book was an education for me. I liked it. It was really a whole new ideological experience.
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A quiet and blessed rave.
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