The phrase helps them to think through alternative answers to questions...it makes them think.
The intent was to get him to be more skeptical in his thinking, as I believe that will serve him well in a variety of the peer pressure fronts.
This book is written for young children, however it may spark conversation among older kids and adults.
Borrowed this book and will use it in a talk about children & atheism. Excellent.Published 1 month ago by net
Daughter read this in less than an hour and enjoyed it. Now I'm going to read this to my son.Published 2 months ago by William P.
This says that it's for children 12 and up but in my experience it's just fine for much younger kids. I got it when my daughter (now 5.5) was 4 years old and she's loved it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Juniper
This book is fantastic! A must read for all families. This is a good book for adults also. I couldn't be more excited with it.Published 10 months ago by Dan
Happy with this book and its lesson. It is great to encourage children to be skeptical and approach all problems with the scientific method. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Aaron Snowden
Stunningly presented title, cover that does not fail to catch people's eyes, attention & interest. They find it hard to ignore, especially children & teens, & the contents are... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tony Zahra-Newman
Critical thinking is one of the lessons all children should be taught in schools.
Even if you are religious your children should read this book to help them not to be taken in... Read more
Really liked the content, good introduction to critical thinking for my kids. My biggest gripe is with the construction of the book, the pages started falling out after just a few... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Keith Nicholas
This book totally fell apart as soon as I opened it.
The glue that holds the pages in is crap - all brittle and crumbly - and the pages all fell out - every one.