Book jacket image for Ludwig and the Rhinoceros by Noemi Schneider




Ludwig and the Rhinoceros

While at first glance Wittgenstein may seem a little advanced for a picture book, Noemi Schneider has found a clever way of introducing basic philosophical concepts and the notion of philosophy itself to young children.

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Review of ‘Ludwig and the Rhinoceros’

If you don’t see something, can it still exist? This engaging picture book takes inspiration from the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, who once argued to his professor Bertrand Russell that one couldn’t prove there wasn’t a rhinoceros in the room. 

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