Review — 101 Conversation Starters for Families, by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson
101 Conversation Starters for Families is a small flipbook of questions designed to spark conversation. The authors have created several similar books designed for adults, but this book's claim to fame is that it is kid friendly and can be used at the dinner table. Some questions are silly, some are lighthearted, and others are more serious, but they are all meant to be presented in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.
I have a lot of conversation starter books. I keep them in a collection along with my writing prompts and character development questions. I've seen most of these questions before, with the exception of a handful of them that are Christian themed.
I do like the book though. It's sturdy, looks like it will hold together well, and the pages have attractive illustrated seaside prints. My favorite part of the book is its physical size, which makes it a lot easier to handle or flip through the larger book, especially if I was taking it on a trip. I would put this right in my purse, and pull it out whenever I needed a group distraction.
This one is a definite keeper!
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for my honest review