Annaka Harris’ New Book Teaches Children It’s Okay to Say ‘I Don’t Know’

Annaka Harris has written what looks to be a wonderful children’s book that atheist parents (and all parents, really) will appreciate:

I Wonder is about a little girl named Eva who takes a walk with her mother and encounters a range of mysteries — from gravity, to life cycles, to the vastness of the universe. She learns to talk about how it feels to not know something, and she learns that it’s okay to say “I don’t know.” Eva discovers that she has much to learn about the world and that there are many things even adults don’t know — mysteries for everyone in the world to wonder about together!

Husband Sam Harris wholeheartedly recommends it:


Harris’ Kickstarter campaign has already surpassed its $10,000 goal, but additional funding will go toward a larger print run when the book is published.

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