A wonderful first journal for kids

Review:

Me: A Compendium: A Fill-in Journal for Kids - Wee Society

This is a delightful fill-in journal for children. The pages are big and bold and colorful.  There are 96 creative pages to get young minds thinking and imagining.  This is the type of book that will be a family keepsake for many years to come.

 

There’s a page showing a space ship with the words “If I were going to outer space, this is what I would pack”. There’s the inside of a refrigerator saying “What I wish was inside my refrigerator”.  And the robot page with “If I had a robot, I would program it to…”  There are pages to list their best buddies, note how tall they are and what time they go to bed.  And of course they have to fill in the funniest joke they know.  Even the inside of the cover is fun!

 

The publisher lists the ages for this book as being 4-8 years old. I think it’s more appropriate for 6-8 year olds who have some reading/writing skills of their own.  But it could be read to younger children and a parent could help them write in their answers.  Or they could draw them in.  I can’t wait to give this to my 6-year-old grandson and see what he comes up with.

 

What could be more fun than a book all about “ME” that kids get to write themselves! Highly recommended.

 

This book was given to me by the publisher through Blogging for Books in return for an honest review.

 

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