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  • Keywords
    • teaching children philosophy,
    • philosophy for kids,
    • preparing children for life,
    • teaching kids life’s truths,
    • raising wise kids,
    • prepare your kids for the real world,
    • raising well-adjusted children

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Big Truths for Little Ones, Parents, and People
by L.J. Elder

This book is written for parents to read to their kids, but also for people who think about the possible futures for all of us, the children of this planet. The book holds direct and indirect messages touching on the varied realities of life, relayed in careful and thoughtful ways. The nature based images and words communicate multiple meanings that are both honest and ever present. Multiple themes are covered reflecting the many reasons that prompted the writing of this book. The images and words communicate meaning in an honest, yet gentle, way. The messages are for the world, about our world, in all of its fragilities and delicate beauty.

Praise for Big Truths: "As parents, we want our children to feel safe and loved. But how do we do this and prepare them for the real world? Big Truths offers simple advice: talk about the truth. This book is a timely meditation on humanity. As a psychologist, I believe that honest discourse will help to build resilience in children, preparing them to appreciate THIS moment in all of its’ beauty and complexity. I imagine the meaningful conversations that will arise between parents and children upon reading Big Truths. And, once in memory, these wise truths can be harnessed by children through their teens into adulthood when they need it most." —Lila Davachi Professor of Psychology Columbia University New York, NY

L.J. is a parent who, like many others, aspires to be a far better one than when he first started in the role. With direct coaching from his children he works toward that aspiration. L. J. Elder owned and ran a successful training and software company that focused on competency and cognitive science for twenty-four years. L. J. continues to be inspired by world experts on the brain and neuroscience, a community of tireless explorers, who influenced the writing of this book.


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