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My 7 year old daughter brought this home from school. She’s in 2nd grade and they were handed out to all the kids. This is why I hate my town.(r/atheism)
Protect your child:
Maybe Yes, Maybe No (LINK)
by Dan Barker
In today’s media-flooded world, there is no way to control all of the information, claims, and enticements that reach young people. The best thing to do is arm them with the sword of critical thinking.
Maybe Yes, Maybe No is a charming introduction to self-confidence and self-reliance. The book’s ten-year-old heroine, Andrea, is always asking questions because she knows “you should prove the truth of a strange story before you believe it.”
“Check it out. Repeat the experiment. Try to prove it wrong. It has to make sense.” writes Barker, as he assures young readers that they are fully capable of figuring out what to believe, and of knowing when there just isn’t enough information to decide. “You can do it your own way. If you are a good skeptic you will know how to think for yourself.”
Another book is “Me & Dog“ by Gene Weingarten.
Bang! How We Came to Be by Michael Rubino.
See also Highlights for Children – this has materials for younger children.
“It Is Ok To Be A Godless Me”, “I’m An Atheist and That’s Ok”, “I’m a Freethinker”, “Please Don’t Bully Me” and “I’m a Little Thinker” etc.
Courtney Lynn has a couple more for grown ups as well.
Bedtime Bible Stories by Joey Lee Kirkman – for mature teens only