Get to Know Your Kid

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These days, parents barely remember to take the time to record the whimsical and wonderful things their children say. Get to Know Your Kid allows parents to capture the innocence, the wisdom, and the joy of childhood in one easy step. 

One hundred questions are specifi cally designed to encourage young children to open up and share their thoughts, hopes, fears, and dreams. Geared toward children aged four to ten, and prepared with the help of two child and adolescent ...

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Overview

These days, parents barely remember to take the time to record the whimsical and wonderful things their children say. Get to Know Your Kid allows parents to capture the innocence, the wisdom, and the joy of childhood in one easy step. 

One hundred questions are specifi cally designed to encourage young children to open up and share their thoughts, hopes, fears, and dreams. Geared toward children aged four to ten, and prepared with the help of two child and adolescent psychologists, fun questions include "What do you like best about our family?" and "What do you think it will feel like to be an adult?" With each question, there is room to write in children's answers, or have older kids write for themselves, giving parents a memorable keepsake to cherish forever.

Praise for Get to Know Your Kid:

"Get to Know Your Kid is the best idea I have seen in a long time. It will change your relationship with your children for the better and give you insight into who they are and the world THEY live in."
 -Deborah Carroll, a.k.a. "Nanny Deb" (Nanny 911) 

“We suggest a book for each child. Who knows, this might just be the seed that blossoms into a lifetime habit of keeping a journal.”

—Scrapbooking and Beyond

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781584798620
  • Publisher: Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Shana Connell Noyes is a lawyer who lives in Southern California. She worked as a consultant to actor Julia Roberts and director Alan J. Pakula on the film The Pelican Brief. She is also the author of Acing Your First Year of Law School and the mother of two small children.

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  • Posted March 2, 2011

    Great for families--We will keep it forever

    This book has funny and interesting questions for kids. You can personalize each book and my kids each wanted their own copy. They love the questions. They want me to ask more questions and they want to share the answers with me. When we are done filling out the books, I'll keep it with other treasured items from their childhood. I'll be giving it to friends with kids--its a perfect gift.

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