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Book Review: Big Questions from Little People (The Children's Bookshelf)

By Smilinglikesunshine @smilinglikesuns

Last week I received an interesting book: Big Questions from Little People. The book gathers over 100 real questions from primary school children and puts them to some knowledgeable experts. Alain de Botton explores 'How are dreams made?', Heston Blumenthal answers 'Why do we cook food?', Naom Chomsky answers 'Why can't animals talk like us?', Richard Dawkins answers 'Are we all related?'.  Defne (almost 6 years old) is at that age where she has started asking some challenging questions. We perused the book over the weekend and she was most interested about how we dream, why is blood red and how electricity is made. A great addition to a primary school aged child's library, I highly recommend it.
Big Questions Infographic
Created by Faber and Faber for the book Big Questions From Little People. INFOGRAPHIC: What Big Questions are on Your Child's Mind?
Review:Big Questions from Little People {The Children's Bookshelf} What have you been reading with your children recently? Please share with us at The Children's Bookshelf co-hosted by What Do We Do All Day, No Twiddle Twaddle, Smiling like Sunshine, Mouse Grows Mouse Learns , Mommy and Me Book Club and My Little Bookcase.
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