Sophia's Question is a story of self-discovery. Sophia is given an old bracelet and is told to ask her grandmother about its three mysterious charms. So begins a journey in which Sophia attempts to discover what turns out to be a family secret, a secret upon which her very existence depends. Driven by a strong desire for self-determination, Sophia is searching for identity. This philosophical novel is a starting point for moral inquiry. Accompanied by a Teacher Resource Book, Sophia's Question is designed to help the teacher or parent develop inquiring young readers and shows them how to use questioning, justification, conceptual exploration and reasoning to explore issues and ideas.
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Thinking Stories for Australian Children