(I know this topic has been posted before, so if you've provided responses on a previous post, feel free to ignore. I've searched those threads already. And thank you.)
Please post suggestions for children's books that promote skepticism and science, especially those that might assist in counteracting the very pervasive religious upbringing that my children are subjected to. I would love stuff that raises the concepts of cognitive biases, logical fallacies, and other skeptical concepts that are helpful at seeing through fundamentalist thinking.
Novels are much better at keeping my kids' interest, but I'm open to anything. Age range 3-10 currently, but I'm trying to plan for the teenage years, as well. Thanks in advance.