This fun, together-time activity gives Dad an easy way to capture the true personalities of his children. Each page features one or two open-ended questions that Dad asks, which are written to prompt an imaginative response from the child. When the conversation is finished, Dad can play back each page with the touch of a button. Learn more about Conversations to Keep books.
Features Voice Save Technology®.
Hardcover; 16 pages.
8.5" W x 8.75" H
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Amber love this!
We bought this book 4 years ago and it is so much fun going back and listening to my little boys answers!
November 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by yourmom Wonderful, unique gift...
The only time I've ever seen my husband cry was when I gave him this book for his birthday. I plan on doing it again each year until the kids are grown up. It's fun to capture the way kids think, and in a way that can be re-experienced over and over even when they're older!
When I was standing in line to buy it, there was a woman in line behind me who told me that she had bought one for her grandmother and mailed it around to all of the other grand children (all adults living in different states) and then sent it to her grandmother. What a great way to get a personal gift to grandma from her family even though they're far away!
July 19, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Patricia Not as good as I thought
The questions are more suited to older kids and not fun questions there was only 1 fun question i.e. the superhero one! A similar thing was was done in Sunday school in the church we attend (for fathers day) where kids were asked to complete semtences abt their dads with far more interesting questions like how fast can your dad run? (faster than a chicken said my 3 year old). So, all in all, this book didn't turn out to be as interesting as I expected. I could have come up with more creative questions! Would not recommend it and would have bought it if I had had the chance to read thru the questions first.
June 27, 2013