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Maybe Yes, Maybe No Paperback – January 1, 1990
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The rules of science are explained, including different ways to check things out, tools for these purposes, the importance of being able to repeat a test, as in, "If someone says they predicted the future, ask them to do it again. If someone says they healed a sickness with magic or a prayer, ask them to do it again.Read more ›
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Not for us. It seems a sneaky way to bash religion, to me. I bought it because I saw it recommended somewhere, but I read it only one time with my son. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joyflyer
Our 7 year old boy is enthralled with this book. He loves that the first half is a comic book style with word bubbles coming from the characters mouths. Read morePublished 4 months ago by KrisMarieCPA
I nice message to be skeptical about information that one is given.Published 5 months ago by Qteach
I hope to use this with my 4th-6th grade students to encourage critical thinking skills. I believe children should develop the ability to search for evidence and not always accept... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bellkatz
One of the best books for young children to understand the importance of critical thinking. We enjoyed the story.Published 7 months ago by MyCleverUserName
Fabulous book. Teaches kids to be skeptics, to ask questions, instead of just assuming what they've been told is right. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jessica Moon
It is laid out logically and simply. My grandchildren understood it immediately.Published 9 months ago by Diane K.
My daughter is 7 years old. She read it by herself and loved it! I think it's a mind opening for kids that they really don't have to believe everything right away and it's OK to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edit Varga