Education is a book written by Ellen White, a co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The book presents White's views on the nature of true education, and how it should encompass the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the individual. The book argues that education should focus on developing character, teaching critical thinking skills, and instilling moral values in students. White also emphasizes the importance of hands-on, practical learning and the value of manual labor as part of the educational experience. The book has been influential in shaping Adventist approaches to education and has been widely read and studied by educators and religious scholars. It is considered an important work on the philosophy of education, and has had a lasting impact on educational theory and practice.