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Better for Friends and Family than the Class
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
It is VERY fun to share these strange ponderings with others. The whole book was set up like a game, but I totally disregarded that and just enjoyed it as a set of conversational prompts. The choices are interesting and elicit ideas and opinions. This is especially good for a group of friends or for family. Intergenerational chats between grandparents and grandchildren often cover the same territory again and again, but these questions put a spark into those talks. As a teacher, I wanted to use it for conversational prompts in class. Too many of them are too gross or too hard to explain for my ELL classroom. I can still use many, but I would recommend teachers carefully pre-select and not just turn the page. All the laughs, groans, and good conversation are well worth the money.