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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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My oldest has a hard time saying yes or no to things unless he is 100% certain. The possibility that he could be wrong is upsetting to him. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ashley scarborough
This is for the parent who wants to raise children to be thinking humans, not automatons who will quickly ally themselves with dogmatic categories of thought.Published 3 months ago by Jeanne McVerry
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 9 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 10 months ago by KrisMarieCPA
I nice message to be skeptical about information that one is given.Published 11 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 13 months ago by Bellkatz
One of the best books for young children to understand the importance of critical thinking. We enjoyed the story.Published 13 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 14 months ago by Jessica Moon
It is laid out logically and simply. My grandchildren understood it immediately.Published 16 months ago by Diane K.