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Tell Me! 50 Fun Questions to Get Families Talking

by Cameron Bassett Moore, Maura Hewitt Waltrip

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"So you think you know your family? Pull out this deck of thought-provoking questions some rainy day or on a long car trip, and I promise it'll get the conversational ball rolling into old stories and new insights."
O, the Oprah Magazine

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:21 -0400)

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