A Record of Friendships

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Oct 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 64 pages
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This terrific new journal from Anne Geddes offers a fun way for girls from eight to fourteen to record all the important details about their friendships.

Featuring the colorful imagery from Down in the Garden and Until Now, A Record of Friendships has space for you and up to seven friends to list all the things that make your friendships special. There's room for friends to reveal important tidbits of information about themselves-from star signs and favorite sayings to the best place to shop and, of course, boyfriends.

The "What's Hot . . . and What's Not" pages offer space to record what's cool and totally uncool-including actors and actresses, movies, TV shows, bands, songs, and teachers. There's even a place for photos and plenty of room to be creative with pages designed to let you and your friends write, draw, or paste whatever you want.

An Anne Geddes journal wouldn't be complete without that "special" touch-in this case, an envelope inserted in the back of the book so you can cleverly safeguard your "secret" notes from friends.

A Record of Friendships will provide hours of fun for girls and is a great way to ensure that memories of childhood friends are saved forever.

 

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Anne Geddes is one of the world's most acclaimed photographers. Her love of children has led her to create a range of extraordinary and loving photographic images that have been the inspiration for over 50 books published in 21 languages. Her "New York Times" best-seller Down in the Garden, published in 1996, and her 1998 best-selling retrospective Until Now have enjoyed critical and public acclaim in more than 50 countries. Australian born, she now lives in New Zealand.

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