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Seeing the World with a Sense of Wonder: Ideas & Activities from Science & the Arts for Children ... (New)
by Kahan, Peter
Book ID: WLHP1, WLHP1
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This delightful book presents a series of ideas to inspire questions, and provides activities to allow children and the curious to explore the possibilities of answers (and more questions) more deeply. It re-engages the reader with the world and wonder.
"Peter has done a great service by writing and publishing this book. Not only will it be an enjoyable book for many children, but it presents a coherent set of ideas that can serve as a very good starting point for the readers to understand more and more about themselves and the world."
- Shimon Malin, Author of Nature Loves to Hide and The Eye that Sees Itself.
"This truly wonderful book addresses the kinds of real questions that almost all children have. Many intricate, attractive and beautifully drawn borders exemplify the quality of this unique and joyful volume. Full of many original and innovative activities the book engages youngsters and evokes wonder about the world around us. I heartily recommend it!"
- Patricia Hemminger, associate editor of Pollution A to Z
"This book is joyous and full of wonder, truly a labor of love. It should bring much joy and insight to many children and their parents."
- Ravi Ravindra, Author of Science and the Sacred, Heart Without Measure
NOTE: THIS IS AN OVERSIZED BOOK AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL POSTAGE FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS.
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