The book for inquisitive children with big ideas and busy brains.
Studies show that children ask caregivers 300 questions a day...
This book teaches children to train their busy brains and think outside the box . Get lost for hours exploring puzzling questions that have stumped thinkers for years. More importantly, discover your truth by reading about a diverse range of thinkers. Drawing on influences from ancient Greeks right up to modern-day British writers, philosophy is re-imagined in this book.
Relate to the real-life experiences, explore big ideas from a range of thinkers, and decide where you stand on the issue at hand. For example, try to recall your earliest memory. Can you remember a lot or a little? Do memories make us who we are? Or do we pick and choose them to suit who we are? This is a multi-layered book to be explored again and again, revealing new opinions on every read.
Extra info in the book includes a manifesto for talking about difficult topics and managing disagreements , a glossary of terms, a timeline of key thinkers, and an index of themes.
Chapters are organized around questions, which include:
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JAMIA WILSON is the executive director and publisher of the Feminist Press. She is a leading voice on feminist and gender justice issues whose words have appeared in and on the New York Times , The Guardian , BBC News, The Today Show , CNN, The Washington Post , Elle , Teen Vogue anMore about Jamia Wilson
ANDREA PIPPINS is an illustrator, designer, and author who has a passion for creating images that reflect what she wants to see in art, media, and pop culture. Her vision is to empower people of colour with tools and inspiration to create and tell their own stories. She is the best-selling creator of the colouring book I Love My Hair and theMore about Andrea Pippins