What is money for? Why are there wars? Should we always be nice? Curious kids have lots of questions about the world they live in and the feelings they have. They will explore answers to these questions and many more in this exceptional illustrated Q&A book. Questions about how to think about freedom, jealousy, and going to school, among others, are answered in a fun, kid-friendly way and accompanied by quirky cartoon illustrations that will entertain readers and help them talk about big life questions. • 80 pages of real-life questions and answers for kids ages 7 and up • Fun illustrations that engage readers • Content reviewed by philosophy advisers and sensitivity reader What About: Philosophy is a Q&A book that offers easy-to-understand answers to challenging life questions! • Great family and classroom read-aloud book • Nonfiction books for kids • Educational books for elementary school students Fans of What About: Philosophy will also enjoy other books in the series, The Universe and Science.
Publication Date: 05/09/2023
Anne-Sophie Chilard is the editor-in-chief of the children's magazine J'aime lire. She is the co-author of several books of activities and recipes for children, and lives in Paris. Jean-Charles Pettier taught philosophy in high school, and is now a doctoral candidate in philosphy. He introduces the subject to young children through a column in the children's magazine, Pomme d'api, He lives near Paris. Pascal Lemaitre is the illustrator of the numerous children's books, including the bestselling picture books, Come with Me, Do Not Open This Book!, and many more. During the year, he splits his time between Brussels, Belgium, and Brooklyn, New York.