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Kids' Travel Journal (Interactive Diary, Notebook) Stationery – June 20, 2015
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From the Publisher
Taking a trip? Going on vacation? Great! Use this journal to write about all your adventures!
Spark their excitement about going away!
This Travel Journal is packed with fun pages to fill in! Includes pre-trip planning pages, daily entry pages, games, puzzles, memory and photo pages, maps, fun facts, and more!
Plenty of space (but not too much)
Kids will find plenty of free space to write or draw whatever they want, but they'll also enjoy the fun and varied travel activities and prompts throughout.
A great way to get kids involved in a family trip!
Write about where you're going. Plan a packing list. Record what happens on the way there and back. Write down memorable moments. Paste in photos. Rate each day and circle your mood!
Inside back cover pocket holds mementos
Tuck in tickets, maps, menus, and more. Paste them into the book later on for a record of everything you did.
Kid-friendly design includes colorful images and graphics throughout.
Makes a great keepsake.
Travel Journal allows young adventurers to remember and re-live their vacation and share their experiences with family members, friends, classmates, and teachers.
Helps limit the time they spend with electronics.
Let the kiddos enjoy a little device-free time!
Even includes educational material!
Maps of the world, North America, and Europe. Helpful words and phrases in other languages. Metric and currency information. Fun world facts.
About this Kids' Travel Journal:
- Acid-free archival paper preserves your child's journaling for years to come.
- Includes travel-related quotes from kid's books.
- Puzzles and games will help keep them occupied en route or on the way back.
- Full-color photos and illustrations.
- Sturdy hardcover binding.
- Keep ticket stubs, postcards, brochures, and other mementos in the inside back cover pocket. Paste them in the Journal later on.
- 96 pages. Measures 6-1/4'' wide by 8-1/4'' high.
- Elastic band attached to the back cover keeps your place or keeps Journal closed.
- Recommended for ages 7 to 12.
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter -- and later, his wife, Edna -- sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy -- and our customers’ expectations -- of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, Mount Vernon, New York, circa 1948.
About the Author
Taconic Writers was founded in the late 1980s by a small group of writer friends in New Yorks Hudson Valley who wished to share their work in a supportive environment. Since then, the group has grown and flourished, producing six novels, several childrens books and books of nonfiction, as well as books of poetry, essays, and numerous articles.
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Some kids are natural "expressers," some aren't. When I was young, I had no problem filling up page after page with random thoughts. But my son, who is only just beginning to really write, tends to be focused and brief. This journal can work for BOTH of those writing styles. There is plenty of free space to draw or write whatever you want, but there are lots of helpful writing prompts, too, that help keep ideas flowing.
Plus, there are big, colorful graphics that not only keep the journal looking fun and interesting, but also take up space so that the journal doesn't feel or look so ominously blank. It's a nice balance.
The journal is hardcover, but still light to carry. There is a little pocket in the back of the book for carrying papers or (very thin) souvenirs. Overall, the journal looks really nice and functions well.
Peter Pauper Press gave me a free book to review.
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