Your Birthday Book: A Keepsake Journal

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Crown Publishing Group, 2007 - 104 pages
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Start this at birth, wrap it up at eighteen, fill it out each year in between.

This is not anything like a baby book. It's a birthday book! It was born from the simple idea that birthdays provide the perfect annual opportunity to preserve a sweet moment in time as your child changes from year to year. So it's a multi-layered confection: annual touchstone, cherished ritual, and eternal keepsake. This journal provides fun, fast, and casual birthday activities for ages 1-18 as well as space to stick birthday photos and a random picture from each year, amusing and thought-provoking questions to ask your kid, and a time-capsule envelope for stashing away odds and ends (artwork, school papers, hand tracings, birthday cards, invitations, and other memorabilia).

From toddler hood to young adulthood to every hood in between, you'll return to the same four activities for each birthday. The questions prompts, and tone may shift each year, but the essence intentionally remains intact.

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Great 1st Birthday Gift

User Review  - Chloe901 - Borders

I was looking for something unqiue for a first birthday gift that would be a cool keepsake and I am in love with this journal. There are so many great things about it and it has an easy to follow layout...A great way to span an entire childhood. Read full review

LOVE THIS!

User Review  - camrenae - Overstock.com

Great product! I bought a book for my 3 4 and 6 year oldbetter late than never and love the books. I also dont feel like I missed too much because the best parts are the interviews and they dont ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Amy Krouse Rosenthalis the author of more than 30 books. Her titles for children include"Little Pea", "Duck! Rabbit!", "I Wish You More", "Spoon", and"Cookies". She is also the creator of a line of bestselling guided journals, including"The Belly Book", "My Birthday Book". Amy is a contributor to the TED conference and NPR. She lives with her family in Chicago.

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