Philosophy for Children's Stories- pretty cool site!

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. "Notice how the illustrations envelop the page- even the PRINT gets pushed off the page during the Wild Rumpus! And, as Max leaves the Wild Things, on his boat, the illustrations shrink back- back to reality.

Into the Forest - Anthony Browne

Picture book based on traditional tales. Suitable for AFs 3 and 4 amongst others

Philosophy for children (P4C) notice board with big ideas and example juicy questions and space to add more Qs on post-it notes.

Philosophy for children notice board with big ideas and example juicy questions and space to add more Qs on post-it notes.

Year 4 blog: Philosophy for Children and Big Write- also includes link to online story.

All about Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

Intro to Philosophy for high-performing children aged 7-10

All about Covers: Hello? by Jostein Gaarder. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

Thinking Together: Philosophical Enquiry for the Classroom (The children's philosophy series)

Philip Cam Thinking Together: Philosophical inquiry for the classroom, Primary English Teaching Association Australia and Hale and Ir.

Who's afraid of the big bad book by Lauren Child. Links: fractured fairy tales Age: 6+ Description: Have you ever fallen into a book? Well, if you do, just make sure it isn't a fairy tale. Because in every one there's always a wicked this, an evil that or a hungry somebody just waiting to gobble you up. Herb returns in this thrilling tale from Kate Greenaway Medal winner Lauren Child. What will happen when he falls into his book of fairy tales? Read on to find out!

I love reading all the Charlie and Lola books to Max, yet he loves this one the best. Surprisingly I do a great number of "loud, screechy, female" voices that I get to use a lot when reading this one.

The World came to my place today by Jo Readman. Themes: geography Description: The world really does come to visit George when his grandpa arrives, with a globe. Grandpa explains how everything from the cereal he eats for breakfast and the chocolate bars he loves, to the rubber in his bicycle tyres and wood in his toys, come from plants all over the world. The lively, simple text follows George's day as he discovers the wonder of plants and how they affect his daily life.

The World Came To My Place Today by Jo Readman, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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