Philosophy in Childrens Literature

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Are you sure you would like to remove these items from your wishlist? Remove From Wishlist Cancel. Frog puts the cookies in a box, but when Toad points out that the box can be opened, Frog ties a string around the box. What is will power? Do Frog and Toad have it in the story? They pointed out that sometimes it takes will power to do their homework math problems.

Can part of you want to do something and part of you not want to do it? The children were really interested in the idea that we have multiple selves with sometimes conflicting desires. His room has no balcony or fireplace, and he cannot have a cat or dog, or even paint his walls a color of his choosing.

Solomon returns night after night, and finds that eventually when he wanders the streets, on his way to the restaurant, they feel warm and beautiful, and that in the restaurant he feels he is home.

Some philosophical questions that stem from this story: What is home? What makes a place a home? Do we need a home? Why or why not?

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Is being home about a place outside of us, or about something inside us? Do homes involve the places we live or the people in our lives, or both? Can we be at home anywhere? Do homes change? Can a home become no longer a home?

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Does home mean the same thing to all people? What I love about philosophy is that it inspires me to rethink what I believe, and I almost always come away from philosophical exchanges with a new idea or way of thinking about a problem because of something someone else pointed out. Since she has taught philosophy to K students in Seattle and run programs to introduce teachers, parents, grandparents, college and graduate students, and others to methods for bringing philosophy into young people's lives.

She is the author of The Philosophical Child , a book for parents and grandparents about having philosophical exchanges with children.


She is the president of PLATO Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization , a national organization that advocates and supports introducing philosophy to young people. Sign up for your weekly dose of parent fuel and Puget Sound family adventures. She is the author of The Philosophical Child, a book for parents and grandparents about having philosophical exchanges with children.

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