This humorous picture book helps children explore the big questions around rules and people's rights. Questions include: Why should I follow rules? Who makes them? How do we make them fair? And do rules really makes things better?
The book is part of the series 'Big Questions Big World' for children aged 7 plus. With lots of humorous illustrations and different scenarios to consider the books help the reader to gain confidence in their own ideas and to think critically. They are a great introduction to philosophical thinking and encourage the reader to learn through challenging ideas.
Titles in the series: How do I decide what is right? Why do we need rules? What makes me special? Why are we here?
Nancy Dickmann (Author) Nancy Dickmann grew up in the USA, where she played baseball, ate hot dogs and read encyclopaedias for fun. She has now lived in England long enough to think that cold and rain are normal, but still has yet to try Morris dancing. Before becoming an author, she worked as an editor and publisher of children's books. Now, with Pushkin the Three-Legged Wonder Cat as her trusty assistant (in charge of lap-sitting), she writes books on a wide range of topics, including animals, space, history, health and explorers. The highlight of her career so far has been getting to interview a real astronaut to find out how they use the toilet in space!