Who are my ancestors? What nationalities were they? What did they do? Kids are always bursting with questions about their family history; they want more stories, more details, more facts. With these research ideas and creative projects, young would-be genealogists can get the knowledge they crave. In this book find out: how to interview family members; how to dig up information from the library and the Internet; how to check national archives and records offices; how to uncover clues in old photographs; and how to access records of births, marriages and deaths. Readers can preserve new knowledge in a crayon family tree or a homemade diary that features favourite family stories, recipes and traditions; and keep the togetherness going by planning a family reunion, starting a family newsletter, and more.