Albert is bored. It is raining and he has finished playing all his games. So he looks out of the window and starts to wonder. "If I am in my house, and my house is in the street, near the park, in the town, and the town in is in the country, in the world, in the universe, then what is the universe in?" The first book in a fantastic new series that introduces philosophy to five year olds, Albert deals with the question of infinity in a way to which children everywhere will respond!
Buy this for any imaginative child of four or over. - Books for Keeps
If you like books that push boundaries of what has gone before and show us new ways of presenting ideas to children you will probably appreciate the philosophy books Lani Yanamoto has produced for very young children ... the writing is economical and the illustrations are deceptively simple line drawings with added colour. These books seem to stir the imagination to see things through once readers become absorbed in something - rather like Albert Einstein himself! - English Association Magazine