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We’re thrilled to announce that our new interactive philosophy graphic novel by Ingrid Klass, “Who Are You Times Two,” has just won a prestigious Mom’s Choice Award! In addition, Ingrid is guiding students through the novel in two different online courses, so there are multiple ways to take advantage of the wisdom within this special book!
We couldn’t be more excited to announce this much-anticipated book that delves into philosophies about identity and time. It’s a creative and dynamic graphic novel written in the style of the classic Choose Your Own Adventure books!
Dr. Sharon Kaye’s latest philosophy novel is a mystery thriller that explores philosophical theories for creating a just and peaceful society, with plenty of suspense and plot twists along the way!
We offer books for children who need some help finding calm in a hectic world, especially with the start of the school year. We’ve even got a new Mindfulness Pack of books for youngsters!
We’re proud to announce that “The Day the Thought Bubbles Got in the Way” has been honored with an Academics’ Choice Smart Book Award! This prestigious seal of educational quality is recognized worldwide as a mark of genuinely effective learning tools that stimulate the mind and provide potential for students to develop higher-order thinking skills.
We are proud to announce that “The Day the Thoughts Got Stuck” has received an Academics’ Choice Smart Book Award! The book was commended for the importance of its subject matter, its readability, and its illustrations. The reviewers were impressed with how the book helps children to understand and control their thoughts and emotions.
“The Circle of Happiness” by Ingrid Klass has been given a gold Mom’s Choice Award! Beautifully illustrated, the book introduces preteens and teens to the fundamentals of Eastern philosophy in a fun and engaging way. The storyline, centered on the problem of how to find happiness, will draw them in and help them find connection with the concepts.
“I want philosophy to be a lifelong friend for my children—and for all of their friends, and for all of their friends’ friends, and for the whole next generation. As they venture into civilization, philosophy will be their defense against me and all of the teachers, role models, bosses, and societal influences who, well-meaning or not, give too many suggestions and with too heavy a hand.” – Dr. Sharon Kaye