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150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking
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Release Date: February 2011
Page Count: 160
Size: 4 x 6
Binding: Mass
ISBN: 978-0-7369-3005-5
Case Lot Quantity: 80

150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking


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Mary DeMuth, well-known author of Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God, was tired of family dialogue based only on schedules, chores, or bedtime negotiations. Inspired by Jesus’ meaningful interactions with others, Mary shaped this great resource to help parents develop discussion skills, nurture relational talks with kids, and build strong families in the process.

To keep the chats going, Mary offers 150 engaging conversation starters to reconnect families at dinner time, while in the car, at bedtime, or anytime that two or more are gathered.

  • What has been the happiest day of your life so far?
  • How did you sense God’s presence this week?
  • If you could give your best friend any gift, what would it be? Why?

Creative questions and guidance help families explore faith, compassion, memories, and hopes. Parents, grandparents, teachers, youth leaders, and kids will discover the entertainment and connection that unfolds once the talking begins.

Meet the author

Mary E. DeMuth

Mary E. DeMuth

Mary DeMuth is a writer and speaker who loves to help people live re-storied lives. Author of more than 30 Christian living books. Mary speaks around the country and the world and is the host of the popular daily podcast Pray Every Day, where she prays for you every day of the year. She is the...

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A Word from the Author


“The kernel for this book came on a long car ride home from Colorado, where I grew tired of simply asking my children’s highs and lows around the dinner table. So on that car ride, I typed in these questions. At home, I printed them, cut them into strips, and placed them in a bowl on our dining room table. Every night, a child would pull out a question and we’d all answer it. May these questions be a blessing to your family as they’ve been to ours.”
Mary E. DeMuth, author of 150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking

Editorial Reviews


“For those of us lacking the creative juices to produce more than a handful of conversational starters, DeMuth shares plenty in her latest book, 150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking.”
Baptist Standard


“If you feel like your kids are growing too quickly and you are overwhelmed with how to keep your family connected, this book is a great place to start cultivating a great family time together.”
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“Just when I thought the dinner time meals had been regulated to silly banter, in comes Mary DeMuth's new book 150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking. Already proving to be a valuable tool in connecting with my teens, I will definitely be recommending this book to the moms I invest in. Thanks again for delivering just what we need, Mary.”
—Lynn Cowell, speaker with Proverbs 31 Ministries and author of His Revolutionary Love; Jesus' Radical Pursuit of You


“Once again Mary DeMuth knows how to write a book that is as entertaining as it is helpful. Her newest book, 150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking, is just excellent! She divided the book up into 10 chapters that make these questions relevant to different topics – ones any child would want to answer. This book gave me insight, practical application and thoughtful ideas of how to interact with my children. I would recommend this book to every parent.”
Lane Jordan, LaneJordanMinistries.com


“Mary DeMuth carefully and cleverly shares, in a very quick read, why the dinner table invites intimate conversation and why conversational parents are parents whose children grow up trusting them and staying in communication. All you need to get a conversation going is something to talk about that matters, and there are 150 conversations here just waiting to happen.”
—Susan Meissner, author, Lady in Waiting


“In today’s hurried world, many of us have forgotten how important it is to connect with our children, especially at mealtime. Often we ask them how they are doing, only to receive one-word answers. As parents, we may become discouraged. Mary DeMuth provides 150 delightful, open-ended questions that help us connect with our children. These unique discussion starters will open the doors for fun and enlightening mealtime conversations. I heartily recommend that you keep a copy of this book near your dinner table!”
—Jody Capehart, author of The New Christian Charm Course, educator and school administrator

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