“The Kids’ Book of Questions” ($8.95 Workman Publishing) could be great fun on a summer car trip, waiting for a long line for an amusement ride or when you’re stuck in traffic. Or it could just be fun. Author Gregory Stock, a biophysicist, who now lives in Houston, has been interested in how ethics evolve and this book could reveal some answers.
Flip through and pick out a question to ask. No fair just having the kids answer. You should join in on the fun. Some of the questions: If you could choose to be the most attractive, the most athletic or the smartest kid in your school, which would you want to be?
What would you be willing to never again get any gifts or surprises if instead you could just ask for anything you wanted and have your parents immediately buy it for you?
If this Saturday you could do absolutely anything in the world you wanted, what would you do?
When was the last time you felt completely happy? What made you feel so good?