Navjeet Kaur holds a master's degree in clinical psychology and trained as a child therapist before accepting a full-time position as "Mumma." She is a mother of two active young boys, ages 2 and 6, and soon expects baby number three. When her oldest son was age two, Navjeet was searching for an age-appropriate, colorfully illustrated book that incorporated Sikh concepts with both Gurmukhi and English scripts. Unable to find a comprehensive resource for her son’s library, she set out to create one. Inspiration struck through a dream one morning and later came to life as, “1 White Hawk”.
Baljinder Kaur is an illustrator and storyteller who is fascinated by her community. She is interested in exploring and celebrating the seemingly ordinary yet hidden narratives of the Sikh and Panjabi diaspora. After graduating in 2014 with a BA in Graphic Design and Illustration, Baljinder is currently studying at Cambridge School of Art for her Masters in Children's Book Illustration.
Bilingual multi conceptual learning
Rhythmic read-aloud sentences are fun and easy to understand, encouraging language development, word recognition, number identification, and counting in both Gurmukhi and English. All while learning Sikh concepts!
Also available for purchase in the UK from www.mightykhalsa.com