It was pretty exciting to see Table Talk featured on page 21 of the West Virginia Family Magazine today! Click on the picture to browse through the magazine.
Question #128: What do you think has been the most significant invention that has happened in your lifetime?
What do you think is the most significant invention ever?
What is one modern invention that you feel you could not live without?
“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” —Thomas Edison, American inventor
“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” —Alan Kay, American computer scientist
Tomorrow marks 40 days before our book “Table Talk” comes out. SO we wanted to count it down by posting one of the questions quotes from the book to give you a taste of the book. Use them to spark a conversation at home. Let us know your responses to the question, or how things went with the family.
For Immediate Release:
John and Tina Bushman announce the release of their new book, Table Talk: Questions and Quotes to Start Hundreds of Great Family discussions on Patriotism, Values, Fun and Faith.
11/07/2012 – Springville, Utah – Getting families to talk—and talk about what really matters.
That is what Table Talk does.
Ronald Reagan said, “All great change in American begins at the dinner table.” Nothing has a greater or more lasting impact on children than their parents, yet our society tries to weaken that influence. And it is in the homes that family values are transmitted and the most critical education of life begins. Table Talk helps families to discuss the most important issues of life—like patriotism, values, fun, faith and more—with hundreds of fun questions and quotes.
“Table Talk” is set to be released to the public on February 12, 2013. Table Talk will be available soon on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com for presale.
About the Authors:
JOHN and TINA BUSHMAN find their greatest joy in spending time with their family. They are the proud parents of five wonderful children. The most rewarding moments in their family
life are watching their children learn, discover, and grow, whether it’s in a formal setting, around the table, in the car, or on an outing. John and Tina grew up in Arizona and both attended Arizona State University, where they met and started their happily ever after.
John has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in instructional technology, and has been an educator and speaker to youth and young adults for over 15 years. John
has also written the book Impractical Grace. Tina studied physics and secondary education
but left that season for a better one. She loves her stay-at-home status and enjoys creating and capturing fun times with her children. The Bushmans now live in beautiful Washington where there are field trips just around the corner.