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on November 2, 2010
Love the format and the illustration style. Text is clear and well written in a fun and jaunty way.
But the answers to these big question are definitely from a materialist Atheist perspective. After reading it, I just found myself saying "But.. but... How can you... etc?"
Philosophy for kids is great, though a more even handed approach would have been better. This book presents the claims for God in a very childish way and shows its unabashed philosophical position by quoting Douglas Adams. Buy if you want your kids to have a biased view, that they may never, ever challenge again.
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