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What is Humanism? How do you live a good life without a god? And other Big Questions for Kids – Michael Rosen and Annemarie Young

This book offers young people an excellent introduction to humanism (ideal for children aged 8-14). It is a fantastic resource that will enable young people to learn what humanism is, and discover how many non-religious people try to live happy, ethical, and fulfilling lives in the here and now. The book explores questions on life, death, science, nature, morality, meaning, and purpose from a humanist perspective. It features interviews with humanists, including Philip Pullman, Shappi Khorsandi, Natalie Haynes, and Jim Al-Khalili, and asks them how they approach life’s biggest questions.

RRP £8.99

Price: £5.00

What is Humanism? How do you live a good life without a god? And other Big Questions for Kids – Michael Rosen and Annemarie Young (10 book pack)

This 10 copy pack of the book is also available – ideal for schools looking for resources.

Price: £40.00

Rosie books: “James and Rosie’s Big Day” (Humanist Namings) 

“Personal names are part of what makes us each an individual… The name we are given will always be associated with who we are, what we look like, what we do…”Part of a series of three books to be read by, or to, children, giving a Humanist perspective on three important occasions in our lives. This book focuses on personal names and humanist naming ceremonies. By Tricia Budd Illustrated by Abigail Steed

Price: £3.50

Rosie books: “Rosie on Camera” (Humanist Weddings) 

“I had no idea what a Humanist wedding was all about… It was a really happy and relaxed ceremony that I think everyone felt part of.”Part of a series of three books to be read by, or to, children, giving a Humanist perspective on three important occasions in our lives. This book focuses on marriage and humanist weddings. By Tricia Budd Illustrated by Abigail Steed

Price: £3.50

Rosie books: “Rosie Remembers” (Humanist Funerals) 

“…dying is a natural end to our lives, yet it is still very hard to prepare our hearts for the death of someone we love … the gap they leave in our lives cannot be filled by anyone else.”Part of a series of three books to be read by, or to, children, giving a Humanist perspective on three important occasions in our lives. This book focuses on the death of a loved one and humanist funerals. By Tricia Budd Illustrated by Abigail Steed

Price: £3.50

Rosie Books – Photocopiable Work Sheets and Lesson Ideas 

The Rosie stories form a series of three books to be read by, or to, children, giving a Humanist perspective on three important occasions in our lives.These notes for teachers or parents accompany the books, with photocopiable worksheets and ideas for lessons.

Price: £3.50

Rosie Book Pack 

The Rosie stories form a series of three books to be read by, or to, children, giving a Humanist perspective on three important occasions in our lives.This pack contains one of each book, one on humanist weddings, one on humanist funerals, and one on humanist namings and the Teachers’ Notes for teachers or parents with photocopiable worksheets and ideas for lessons, with a saving of £3.

Price: £11.00

 

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