Annaka Harris’ Children’s Book About the Virtues of Saying “I Don’t Know” is Free to Download Through Mother’s Day April 24, 2014

Annaka Harris’ Children’s Book About the Virtues of Saying “I Don’t Know” is Free to Download Through Mother’s Day

Last year, Annaka Harris published a children’s book that was ideal for atheist parents. It was called I Wonder and it was about a little girl who learned that it was perfectly fine to say “I don’t know” regarding the mysteries of the universe.

Well, here’s some exciting news: From now through Mother’s Day (May 11), you can download a PDF of the book for free. Get it while you can, even if you don’t have children, because it’s a fine example of Humanist values showcased in a very accessible format. We need more books like this.

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