Book Reviews of The Kids' Book of Questions

The Kids' Book of Questions
The Kids' Book of Questions
Author: Gregory Stock
ISBN-13: 9780894806315
ISBN-10: 0894806319
Publication Date: 1/9/1988
Pages: 208
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Book Type: Paperback
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very stimulating and thoughtful.
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Great thoughtful fun.
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This fun book started many wonderful family conversations at the dinner table.
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it is amazing where a question can lead you
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I had fun asking the questions to my grandkids.. They did a lot of thinking. Great book.
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Good fun for kids. I had an adult one that my grandchildren just loved. This one os more age appropriate for teens and kids. It can be used on long trips in the car. Kids can use it with each other . But the best is if you share it with the kidas you find you are actually TALKING and finding out what they think . This book is great , I would recommend it to families .You can even use it as a party game have fun.
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For teachers:

In this day of standards driven classrooms, is there room for children to thoughtfully reflect on their values? I think so, and it can be achieved without disrupting the focus on basics. Let's write journal entries on some of these intriquing, engaging questions about things that matter to children (and to us as well).

For parents:

I used these in the car on long drives, and we listened carefully as each member of the family gave an answer (or "passed") to a question. The youngest child read the questions aloud and sometimes we spent some time thinking--except for the questions that set off a flurry of silly, fond, or anxious memories.

There's a lot between the covers because our children have a lot between their ears.
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If for 1 day you could do absolutely anything you wanted and not get caught or punished, what would you do? This and 259 other questions really get kids thinking.