The journey of the Little Buddha began when Claus Mikosch and his four-year-old daughter used to go walking near a Buddhist temple, and she asked him questions about the Buddha. When Claus had the idea to collect their conversations, the Little Buddha was born. It is not a book about THE Buddha or about Buddhism. It is instead the story of a pretty normal Buddha who, tired of meditating beneath his Bodhi tree, embarks upon a journey. Inspired by Claus' travels to India, The Little Buddha: Looking for Love is the second book in the series: a universal tale of the human need to love and be loved. It carries the reader on a mindful journey in which the Little Buddha encounters a series of people wrestling with matters of the heart, meditates on love in its many forms, and unlocks the secret of love at the heart of life. AUTHOR: Claus Mikosch is a writer and documentary film-maker, who lives in Germany and Spain. He writes the blog, Reflections on Changing Times, and his films include Annica Embracing Change. After leaving school, Claus travelled the world and fell in love with India. There he heard the tales that would inspire the Little Buddha stories.