The Day the Thought Bubbles Got in the Way

Author: Klass, Ingrid; Tice, Christopher (Illustrator)

Subjects: Philosophy

Age: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Grade: Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3

Pages: 52

ISBN: 978-0-89824-433-5

Order code: 4335

Price: $17.50
Website price: $12.50

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Play should be fun for Rosa and Kevin, but they find that their thoughts make them dissatisfied. This engaging story, told in rhyme, follows them as they learn how to transform their thinking so that they can be happy. Beautifully illustrated, this book leads children into the foundations of Buddhist philosophy. Pages in the back provide an explanation of the philosophy, questions for discussion, and resources for further exploration.

This is the saddle-stitch edition of the book. For the perfect-bound edition, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in the library or in the classroom, click here.

See Ingrid Klass's novel The Circle of Happiness and its accompanying guidebook, which offer an introduction to Eastern philosophy for pre-teens and teens. The fun and thought-provoking novel explores the problem of how to find happiness and what it is that makes someone truly happy. The guidebook provides explanations of the foundations of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Jainism, and the teachings of the Upanishadic philosphers. Click here for the novel and guidebook.

Play should be fun for Rosa and Kevin, but they find that their thoughts make them dissatisfied. This engaging story, told in rhyme, follows them as they learn how to transform their thinking so that they can be happy. Beautifully illustrated, this book leads children into the foundations of Buddhist philosophy. Pages in the back provide an explanation of the philosophy, questions for discussion, and resources for further exploration.

This is the saddle-stitch edition of the book. For the perfect-bound edition, which has the advantage of a printed spine so that it can be found readily on a shelf in the library or in the classroom, click here.

See Ingrid Klass's novel The Circle of Happiness and its accompanying guidebook, which offer an introduction to Eastern philosophy for pre-teens and teens. The fun and thought-provoking novel explores the problem of how to find happiness and what it is that makes someone truly happy. The guidebook provides explanations of the foundations of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Jainism, and the teachings of the Upanishadic philosphers. Click here for the novel and guidebook.

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