Philosophy for Kids: 40 Fun Questions That Help You Wonder about Everything! Paperback – Jan 1 2001
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David A. White, Ph.D., is an adjunct associate professor in the philosophy department of DePaul University and also teaches for DePaul's American studies program.
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While some might think this book is only for the precocious child, I would argue that all children have a natural sense of wonder about the world and that a book like this is meant to help them think a few steps further than they would be able to manage on their own. I would recommend this book for children between ages 8 and 12 or 13.
There is a follow-up by the same author "The Examined Life: Advanced Philosophy for Kids" which has excerpts from well-known or important philosophers. This text is more difficult and meant for older children.
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Using this book was one of the highlights of the last few years. I used the book with fifth and sixth graders in my district's program for gifted students and the questions... Read morePublished on June 25 2004 by Nancy Bosch
This book proved to be a great resource for my third grade "Philosopher Juniors." It was a great springboard. I recommend it.Published on Sept. 27 2003 by Maridee Ryan