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The Kids' Book of Questions by Gregory Stock Ph.D. (2015-03-10)

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  • By pcgirl on November 25, 2009

    This is a great book. Fun and informative due to the fact *you* supply the info! The kids liked it until we got into a deep question like, "Who would you save from death, the newborn, teen who dropped from college or the grandmother with many grandkids?" Oh boy, my emotional daughter ran off and cried when a different question was asked by my husband, "Which child would you save?" I have a 1 yr old who had complications at birth and almost unanimously everyone said him. To which my dd cried and ran off...Bottom line: Preview questions before you ask them, considering age, maturity and emotionality of child asked!I learned my lesson...

  • By A customer on August 26, 2001

    We took this book on a long car trip two years ago when my kids were 10 and 12. We spent hours talking and laughing about the questions and our answers. The book asks many humorous questions such as "If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do?", or "What was the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to you? Are you embarrassed now by the same things that used to embarrass you?". But mostly, the book asks insightful and thought-provoking questions such as, "What are you most proud of having done? What would make you even more proud?", or "Some adults have a lot of trouble enjoying themselves. If you were asked to give them some advice about how to play and have more fun, what would you say?", or "Do you think boys or girls have it easier?". This book has been in our car for 2 years. The kids still pick it up frequently to ask questions to their carpool on the way to school, or to ask questions to their friends on the way to sports practices. And they especially love to hear their parents' answers!

  • By J. Lloyd on May 1, 2017

    Great book that makes for some interesting table conversations! Gets kids and adults alike, thinking outside the box and thinking about questions that may not have necessarily came up in every day conversation. We enjoy using is for table topics and the kids ask us each night if we can read a question or two to discuss.

  • By Lorac07 on June 7, 2017

    I'm a grandma of 6, They range in age from 8-15. I like to take them out to dinner on an individual basis and I take this book with me. When the conversation has a lull I get the book out and read a question. Their answers are amazingly thoughtful. The questions have made for wonderful discussions.

  • By Colleen F. Simpson on December 31, 2017

    We’ve loved having family discussions from the questions in this book! My daughter is 9 and loved asking us questions!

  • By Guest on August 6, 2017

    Great book for therapists.

  • By A customer on June 29, 2000

    This book is a wonderful resource for classroom teachers. It prompts real non-biased conversations about choices, ethics, and problem solving surrounding issues such as popularity, telling the truth, money, sports, and much more. When there is time to fill, we pull out a Kids' Question. (Of course, the questions must be preapproved by the teacher due to the sensitivity of certain topics and content.)

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