Illustrated by :Olivia Daisy Coles ,
Contributions by :Dr. Daniel O'Brien
Imprint:Arcturus - London
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 9 - 12
Dimensions:11.02in x 8.86 in
This book introduces complex ideas in simple language, and unpacks them in a highly accessible way.
Supports school learning, while opening readers' minds to new ideas.
Features delightful, colorful illustrations throughout.
Alex Woolf is an award winning author of over eighty books of fiction and non fiction, mainly for children and young adults. In 2019 he won the Fiction Express Award for his book Mystery at Moon Base One.
Jack Oliver Coles is a Welsh illustrator, graduating from Cardiff Metropolitan University with a BA in Illustration. Jack works almost exclusively with coloured pencils to create vivid, eye-pleasing work that can deal with a wide range of subject matter and diverse narratives. As well as creating illustrations for charities, independent magazines, and zines; Jack also exhibits and sells his work at illustration fairs across the UK.
Alex Woolf's Philosophy for Kids is a great introduction to philosophy [...] There is a clearly explained progression of thought, even in the more abstract and difficult philosophical concepts. - Simon Barrett