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Based on Brad Meltzer’s bestselling books (Heroes for My Son and Heroes for My Daughter), the questions in this edition will spark great conversations about the accomplishments, wisdom and inspiration of more than 90 amazing individuals. Explore what made them a hero. Talk about what makes their actions heroic. And discover the potential hero within yourself. Here’s to the heroes – all the ordinary people that do extraordinary things.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 35780 (added 12/14/2012)
MSRP: $25.00Age Range: 12 and upSKU or Item #: TT-0112-ALaunch Date: March 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
Each card is an opportunity to explore, explain and express oneself on subjects from serious to silly and everything in between — leisure suits to lava lamps and pet rocks to a favorite rock group on 8-track tape. Launch date: March 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23698 (added 5/19/2009)
MSRP: $25.00Age Range: 12 and upSKU or Item #: TT-0011-ALaunch Date: March 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
Friends and family can talk about the decade that changed the world, exploring topics from the heavy to the groovy, whether influenced by the Establishment or the anti-everything movement. Launch date: March 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23697 (added 5/19/2009)
MSRP: $25.00Age Range: 6 and upSKU or Item #: TT-0113-ALaunch Date: March 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
Valley girls and video games, Ronald Reagan and Rubik’s Cube, Flashdance and the fall of the Berlin Wall. TableTopics ‘80s edition has it all covered. The era of big business and even bigger hair can inspire fun conversation with friends and family. "The content and quality of our questions is unsurpassed by any competitive product, but if we had to pick on thing that is iconic about TableTopics, it is our beautiful cube. It's very upscale, permanent, timeless," Sheryl Brunell, vice president of TableTopics, told TDmonthly. "Our founder and owner, Cristy Clarke, wanted to create a product that people would use in their homes everyday and was beautiful enough to stay out on the dinner table, on the coffee table, on the dining room table all the time." Launch date: March 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23696 (added 5/19/2009)
TableTopics Family Edition was created to encourage family connection around the dinner table. From silly to thought-provoking, the questions delve into family history and opinions to achieve a mix that's fun for everyone. At the dinner table, bedtime, or in the car, kids love to talk about what they think. And if you talk with your kids now, chances are they'll talk with you later. TableTopics Family will help get the conversation going.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9315 (added 9/11/2006)
TableTopics is the nervous host's best friend. Intriguing, funny, and enlightening, this set of questions is guaranteed to entertain in even the most awkward situations, and will get your dinner table conversation flowing. Each clever card poses a different question, from the super fun to the never-thought-about-that-before serious.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9314 (added 9/11/2006)
TableTopics, a collection of clever cards with conversation-sparking questions from seasoned host Cristy Clarke, are a foolproof way to get guests talking and take pressure off the host. Breaking the ice in even the most awkward situations, each clever card poses a different question, from the super silly to the never-thought-about-that-before serious. Guests can take turns picking from the box, or hosts can put one at each dinner place setting before guests arrive. They'll answer questions like: "Is there only one soul mate for each person?" "Is intelligence or common sense more important?" and "In what era would you like to have grown up?" TableTopics also comes in Family and Teen editions, and in April, will be available in CouplesGirls Night Out editions as well. Each edition features 160 cards in a 4" acrylic cube.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6659 (added 1/20/2006)