Pinocchio the wooden puppet comes to life - and he wants to be a real boy. His friend the cricket tries to help, but Pinocchio can't stop himself running into trouble. This simple retelling of Carlo Collodi's classic tale raises timeless questions about truth, choice and what it means to be real.
This is Book 2 in the But Why? - Developing Philosophical Thinking in the Classroom S. Series. See all But Why? - Developing Philosophical Thinking in the Classroom S. books here.
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Sara Stanley, Bed (hons) Cambridge, specialises in creating philosophical worlds in the classroom. Using a year long story curriculum she entices the children to create their own journey through one story, many books and even more dialogues and enquiries based on their everyday play, language and storytelling. Alongside the year long story Sara Stanley shareMore about Sara Stanley