A fun and easy way for kids to keep track and look back, while practicing writing, gratitude and self-expression.
Kids can express themselves, explore interests and hobbies, and learn more about themselves with each list! This beautiful, easy-entry hardcover guided journal can be started anytime, and can either be a safe space for kids to fill out on their own, or can be done with a loved one to spark great conversations. With these simple listing prompts (you don’t even have to write complete sentences!), kids can be creatuve while building social/emotional intelligence.
Sample prompts include:
• List the things you want to do this year
• List the people you want to be like
• List everything you love to do outdoors
• List what you would spend 100 dollars on, just for you
• List the things you want to be known for
Includes 52 prompts, photography and illustrations, sturdy paper, sparkly metallic-foil accents, and a sticker sheet!
Praise for Moorea Seal and the 52 Lists Series
"Your checklist for making positive changes."
"This beautiful book features 52 prompts that range from the thoughtful to the aspirational."
“This weekly journal will help you reflect on your life and learn to invest in you.”
“For many of us, hearing the word ‘list’ probably conjures up a visual of a familiar grocery or to-do list…But as it turns out, lists can be so much more.”
—Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls
"Each of the list prompts in this pretty, hardcover journal promises to help you find the key to your happiness and bring more balance into your life."
"...this book filled with pages of joy-boosting prompts, frame-worthy illustrations, and stunning photography that is sure to spark her artsy side."
—Women's Health Magazine
“If you're a fan of lists, diaries, or New Year's resolutions, you'll love this journal filled with prompts based on happiness research.”
"Filled with beautiful prompts that offer endless thought-starters for meaningful writing that flows naturally."
"A book like this reminds even the busiest people to slow down and think about what makes them, well, them every once in a while."