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The Resource A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries : finding wisdom in children's literature, Thomas E. Wartenberg ; illustrations by Joy Kinigstein, (electronic resource)

A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries : finding wisdom in children's literature, Thomas E. Wartenberg ; illustrations by Joy Kinigstein, (electronic resource)

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A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries : finding wisdom in children's literature
Title
A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries
Title remainder
finding wisdom in children's literature
Statement of responsibility
Thomas E. Wartenberg ; illustrations by Joy Kinigstein
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
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Wartenberg, Thomas E
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
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  • Kinigstein, Joy
  • ebrary, Inc
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  • Children's literature
  • Philosophy in literature
  • Children
  • Knowledge, Theory of, in literature
Label
A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries : finding wisdom in children's literature, Thomas E. Wartenberg ; illustrations by Joy Kinigstein, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Harold and the purple crayon: can you get wet swimming in an imaginary ocean? -- The important book: is a leopard without its spots still a leopard? -- Shrek!: could a dead skunk smell good? -- Let's do nothing: can you just do nothing at all? -- Knuffle Bunny: how do you know I'm angry if I don't say so? -- Many moons: do experts really know more? -- Yellow and pink: could human life have arisen purely by chance? -- Morris the Moose: how do you know when you've made a mistake? -- Emily's art: what's the difference between saying the Mona Lisa is a great painting and vanilla is your favorite flavor? -- Miss Nelson is missing!: is it okay for adults to deceive kids? -- The giving tree: how can it be wrong to give someone what they want? -- "Cookies": what good is having will-power if you don't have any more cookies? -- Frederick: can you enjoy doing something even if it's work? -- The sneetches: isn't it all right to discriminate in choosing your friends? -- The paper bag princess: what's wrong with "living happily ever after"? -- The big orange splot: is there anything wrong with conformity? -- Taking picture books seriously -- MS 1: who's who: thumbnail biographies of the philosophers -- MS 2: what's what: key philosophical terms -- MS 3: next steps: even more philosophical picture books -- MS 4: next steps: digger deeper into philosophy
Control code
ebr10667437
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 164 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)828868882
Label
A sneetch is a sneetch and other philosophical discoveries : finding wisdom in children's literature, Thomas E. Wartenberg ; illustrations by Joy Kinigstein, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Harold and the purple crayon: can you get wet swimming in an imaginary ocean? -- The important book: is a leopard without its spots still a leopard? -- Shrek!: could a dead skunk smell good? -- Let's do nothing: can you just do nothing at all? -- Knuffle Bunny: how do you know I'm angry if I don't say so? -- Many moons: do experts really know more? -- Yellow and pink: could human life have arisen purely by chance? -- Morris the Moose: how do you know when you've made a mistake? -- Emily's art: what's the difference between saying the Mona Lisa is a great painting and vanilla is your favorite flavor? -- Miss Nelson is missing!: is it okay for adults to deceive kids? -- The giving tree: how can it be wrong to give someone what they want? -- "Cookies": what good is having will-power if you don't have any more cookies? -- Frederick: can you enjoy doing something even if it's work? -- The sneetches: isn't it all right to discriminate in choosing your friends? -- The paper bag princess: what's wrong with "living happily ever after"? -- The big orange splot: is there anything wrong with conformity? -- Taking picture books seriously -- MS 1: who's who: thumbnail biographies of the philosophers -- MS 2: what's what: key philosophical terms -- MS 3: next steps: even more philosophical picture books -- MS 4: next steps: digger deeper into philosophy
Control code
ebr10667437
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 164 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)828868882

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