Thursday, September 06, 2018
The book is for boys or girls. The questions are generic enough to be asked to either sex. Some questions are simple and basic. “What was the best part of your day?” “What is your favorite color? Or what’s your least favorite chore?” These are some of the simple questions. They get deeper as well, “What is inspiring to you?” “What do you think heaven will be like?” If you could ask Jesus a question, what would you ask Him?” “How do you show love to others?”
These would be great questions to ask and talk about. Not to correct your child, just simply to listen and learn about who your child is. It’s a great opportunity for bonding as parent and child. There would be lots of moments where you, the parent could share your story as well.
This book is more for those who are Christian. Although there are no scripture verses in the book. The book is a quality hardcover and should last for years.
I would highly recommend it. It would be a great gift to your child.
I received this book from Waterbrook Publishers in exchange for an honest review.
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