This book is designed to get you thinking. There’s no right or wrong way to complete it. You may use these pages to record thoughts, compose poetry, set goals, write prayers, paste photographs, paint pictures, draw sketches, make lists, tape mementos—or a combination of any or all of the above. My goal in creating this little journal is to inspire you to think deeply about some of life’s biggest questions, such as: Who are you? Why are you here? How can you live with meaning and purpose?
I have a reluctant 12 year old writer due to learning disabilities and arthritis and I know that she desires to write more but honestly she needs motivation and something that she can make her own. Recently, she has talked about wanting to do a journal. There's a lot of journals out there just not any that have caught my attention.
This is a softbound book with 194 pages. The illustrations are black and white with the pictures being a vintage or Victoria style. It’s very lovely and eye catching but, at the same time it isn’t overwhelming with artwork on each page. The font style is also lovely with a good print size. My daughter has vision issues and it’s something that I always look at. Not all books for girls take that into consideration.
The journal is filled with scriptures on just about every page. The space for writing is nice and will allow for all kinds of writing style and even drawing a picture in some areas.
The contents are:
Thoughts to Ponder
The World Around me
Prayers & Graces
Family & Friends
Pastimes & Hobbies
A Heart for Services
I am really excited about this. My daughter is also looking forward to getting started on this. We are going to add this to our homeschool curriculum in the fall.
Thank you for a heartfelt book that is truly going to be a blessing to my daughter. Other journals will also be available soon for everyone in your family.
Find out more by visiting their websites.
Publisher: Prescott Publishing
I received this book free from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.