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This review is from: Q & A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal (Diary)
This journal creates a question per day that leaves room for your child's answer over three years, that's 365 questions which prompts 1.095 conversations with your child. I'm aware that we don't need a journal to start a conversation with our children but this book is fun and we usually ask each question at dinner time to a varied response. Some sample question are "Do you like your room clean or messy?" and "What do you daydream about?" The joy of the journal is that you get to see the gradual maturity of your child for some of the responses. One very minor criticism is the 'American' language of some of the questions due to the fact that the book is published in New York and designed by Americans. A great and original idea that helps to record memories and will have your child asking for question time.