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Maybe Yes, Maybe No, by Dan Barker

Maybe Yes, Maybe No, by Dan Barker

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A good book to inspire discussion with your children about religious belief systems. This book encourages children to ask questions and suggests ways to apply the scientific method to reach conclusions. In addition to religion, the book provides examples from other topics such as UFOs, prophesy, out of body experience, dowsing, levitation, astrology, horoscopes, ESP, telepathy, and telekinesis. Simple straightforward text in a cartoon style. Kids learn how to listen and ask questions; how to seek a simple explanation; what tools and rules a scientist uses to check things out. For ages 7–10 years.

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