At its most basic, philosophy is about learning how to think about the world around us. It should come as no surprise, then, that children make excellent philosophers! Naturally inquisitive, pint-size scholars need little prompting before being willing to consider life's big questions, however strange or impractical.
In Professor Kant's Incredible Day the philosopher Immanuel Kant wants only to be left in peace to consider life's big questions: What can I know? What can I hope for? But, when a perfumed letter arrives one day, it interrupts his studies and sets off a series of events the dour professor could not possibly have predicted. But just when it seems as though all of Konigsberg is plunged into chaos, he realises that this perfect storm may hold the answers to his most pressing questions.
Plato & Co. s clear approach and charming illustrations make this series the perfect addition to any little library.