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Still finishing that Holiday Shopping?
Looking for gifts for skeptically-inclined kids and adults this holiday season? Here are a few of our favorite things:
- Charlie's Playhouse has an excellent guide to help you find great evolution-related books for kids of all ages!
- The Magic of Reality written by Richard Dawkins and illustrated by Dave McKean is a can't miss book for bringing science to readers of all ages. Younger kids will enjoy the illustrations, and experiencing the book with their parents. Older children, teens, and adults alike will find much to learn, and will enjoy the illustrations too! There is also an iPad app for the book.
- Christopher Phillips over at the Society for Philosophical Inquiry has great books for kids and adults interested in philosophy. Socrates Café is our favorite for adults, and The Philosophers' Club is our favorite for kids.
- We loved Logicomix, a graphic novel about Bertrand Russell and the quest for the foundations of mathmatics. This one is best for adults or high school students and older.
Stuff Other Than Books
- They Might Be Giants album Here Comes Science. This is a great catchy set of songs and videos about science for kids and adults alike.
- The Giant Evolution Timeline and Ancient Creature Cards at Charlie's Playhouse. We seriously can't rave about these enough, and they're on sale for the holidays!
- Teach the Controversy awesomely hillarious pseudoscience debunking T-shirts, sweatshirts, tanktops, and messanger bags. We especially like the invisible unicorn.
Stuff Other Than Stuff
- If the folks on your list have too much stuff already, consider making a charitable contribution in their honor. You can donate to Camp Quest, for example, or Foundation Beyond Belief and the fine organizations they support, or any other charity of your choice.
Whatever holiday or holidays you and your famlly are celebrating this season, we hope you find time to spend with people you love, and enjoy good health and happiness.