Our oldest son is enjoying his first lessons in logic, and I have been gleaning great nuggets of knowledge as I guide him through this book.
There have been times, during informal discussions, that I have known a statement or conclusion was wrong, but I did not know how or why it was logically incorrect. After completing twenty-eight lessons, I now know some of the errors and the types of fallacies. This small book has only scratched the surface of studying logic, but it has been a fabulous start. After we complete the remaining ten lessons, my son and I plan to read through The Thinking Toolbox, by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn.