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“This unique resource will help parents looking for useful ideas and information on being a nonreligious family. Recommended for public libraries.” Library Journal
Praised by Newsweek as “a compelling read” and Library Journal as “accessible and down-to-earth,” Dale McGowan’s Parenting Beyond Belief offered freethinking parents everywhere a compassionate introduction to raising caring, ethical children without religious guidance. Now, for the more than 40 million people in the United States who identify themselves as nonreligious, Raising Freethinkers offers solutions to the unique challenges secular parents face and provides specific answers to common questions, as well as over 100 activities for both parents and their children. This book covers every important topic nonreligious parents need to know to help their children with their own moral and intellectual development, including advice on religious-extended-family issues, death and life, secular celebrations, wondering and questioning, and more.
Complete with reviews of books, DVDs, curricula, educational toys, and online resources relevant to each chapter topic, Raising Freethinkers helps parents raise their children with confidence.See all Editorial Reviews
There's such a wealth of knowledge in this book. Gives a lot of citations and sources and recommendations on activities. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great. It took a respectful approach to dealing with an issue that is often perceived as us vs them. I thought it was excellent.Published 1 month ago by A. Binder
This book is excellent. In a world saturated with religion, it offers tips and suggestions for approaching parenting from a non-religious perspective. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josh
Good read. Nice for free thinkers to do with kids (alot of activies in book). I liked it and recommend it to all looking for help with raising kids to think for themselvesPublished 4 months ago by sunshine_janice
Very useful tool for encouraging critical thinking in kids. Great reference material included, too.Published 9 months ago by gemma
I am really enjoying this book and how easy it is to read. It's funny, straightforward, and has really great suggestions for activities as well as helpful examples. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Savannah