The Kids’ Book of Questions (10/12)

I suggest this book because it includes well over 200 hypothetical questions to make kids think about their own lives. One question is if you were the Principal of this school, what change would you make? This is a good book for the end of class when there may be some free time in order to find out that much more so how students think. It is good also, because it helps other students learn how to listen to different points of view. It may be hard for them to do that, but it is a good social tool for them as students and eventually as adults.

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Contributor: Steve Sonntag is a teacher and part-time tutor in California who can be found on or by email.

Written by Nathaniel Fried

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