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The Daily Question for You and Your Child

A Three-Year Spiritual Journal

WaterBrook

Category: ParentingInspirational

Part of the The Daily Question Series

About The Daily Question for You and Your Child

A fun, thought-provoking 365-question guided journal and keepsake that sparks daily interaction with your child to create a memory book capturing your child's life, personality, and faith journey.

This interactive prompted journal allows a parent to create a keepsake of three years of their child's life. By answering each of the 365 questions together on the same date each year, readers will get a unique and precious picture into their child's feelings, development, and personality. Some of the questions focus on spirituality and the child's heart, while some are meant to capture their creativity, spirit, and sense of humor. All questions spark conversations and memories that span well beyond the pages of this book.

About WaterBrook

Everything Beautiful includes illustrations from nine artists, offering a variety of styles to suit the tastes of a wide audience. Featured illustrators include Holly Camp, Jennifer Tucker, Lisa Shirk, Ann-Margret Hovsepian, Katie Howe, Terra Cypher, Cari Logston, Jenny Stewart, and Laura Marshall.

Product Details

384 pages | Published by WaterBrook

On Sale Date: Aug 28, 2018

Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 7

Carton Quantity: 20

Press Release

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Chelsea Woodward, Associate Publicist
cwoodward@penguinrandomhouse.com

WaterBrook’s New Three-Year Journal Sparks Conversation Between Parents and Children, Captures Memories
 
Three years, 365 questions, 1,095 conversations.
 
When parents look back at their children’s early years, what will they remember? How can they capture their children’s development, their fun personality quirks and their unique perspectives? WaterBrook has designed a new interactive journal for parents and their children to document all of these things in one place—The Daily Question for You and Your Child: A 3-Year Spiritual Journey (8/28/18, WaterBrook).
 
This fun, guided journal poses 365 questions for the parent and child to answer together three years in a row. Not only does it capture memories and milestones, but it also fosters discussion and family bonding. Some of the questions include:
 
· What is something that made you laugh this week?
· What’s exciting about growing up?
· Tell me about a time you felt misunderstood.
· What is your favorite thing God created?
 
“Because it’s intended to be used by parents and kids together, it provides a daily opportunity for parents to explore the happenings, thoughts, and imaginations of their youngsters,” says Susan Tjaden, senior editor. “Part of the fun will be looking back to see how the child’s answers have changed from year to year—or how much they haven’t!”
 
The in-house creative team at WaterBrook created this journal to offer a refreshing activity for parents and kids to do together—where no screens, batteries, chargers, or controllers are needed. With just this journal and a pen or pencil, parents can create a keepsake of three years of their child’s life. The front cover even includes an insert where parents can place a favorite photo of their child to see how they have changed year after year.
 
Parents will love the simple conversation starters each day and will find that they can also be great for connecting with other children while babysitting, date sharing, carpooling or gathering around the table.
 
For more information, visit www.waterbrookmultnomah.com.

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