I think, the answer is no.
Instead, you would do this:
- You would decode, what your son really wants to know.
- You would summarize an answer on your best skills.
- Doing this, you would optimize an answer to these goals:
- The answer should be big enough to answer the question.
- It shouldn't be so big that it makes your son bored.
- It must be interesting, to keep your son curious about the topic and make him wish to learn much more.
- It wouldn't be a problem for you, if an exact answer would be 200 pages long. You would know very well, that this would not serve the best of your son - instead, you would give him an interesting summary.
- The answer should adapt to the knowledge level of your son:
- It shouldn't contain only trivialities for him.
- But it shouldn't be too complex for him, making the answer incomprehensible for him.
Could we do the same, at least a part of the "too broad" questions? Why not?