Bookshelf Must-Have:
Me: A Compendium

by the Brightly Editors

Illustration: popmarleo, iStock

What if there was a super cool way to record all the little things that make you you? Our latest Bookshelf Must-Have pick lets kids ages 4 – 8 do just that. This delightful journal is filled with wonderfully fun activities and makes a great keepsake for kids and their parents.

  • Why You Need Me: A Compendium

  • Me: A Compendium

    by Wee Society

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    From the creative geniuses at Wee Society comes Me: A Compendium, a colorful and whimsical write-in journal designed to show off what makes every child unique. Each page presents kids with an open-ended inspiration or to-be-completed illustration that prompts them to record fun and memorable details about themselves. Kids can share everything from essential facts like “These Are My Top Three Ice Cream Flavors” and “This Is The Funniest Joke I Know” to more personal thoughts and hopes like “This Is What I’ll Be Doing When I Grow Up.” It’s a fantastic way for 4- to 8-year-olds to express themselves and create a wonderful lasting snapshot of who they are at their present age. Make sure you take off the jacket for super-secret bonus features too!

    This lasting keepsake and surefire hit also makes a thoughtful and memorable gift (and happens to be under $14).

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