Our home library is filled with all sorts of genres but one stands out above the rest. The books written by us are certainly the most treasured. MomSparkMedia gave me the opportunity to review the Friendship Book. Our family loves to read so a book for review is always welcomed.
Ever took a look at your diary or journal and turn back to the pages you wrote as a child or adolescent? Oh the wonders that lay between the lines in a handwritten book? Surprising, suspenseful, laughable and certainly interesting things a journal can tell you. The events that took place once upon a time lend themselves to be lived again and again. Every time you turn the page a wave of memories and emotions fill your heart and your mind.
As I opened the friendship book, I saw a new and improved journal for a child (I wish I had a Friendship Book as a child). One of my favorite things about the Friendship Book was that it allows your friends to write their favorite things .
What a delight it was when my daughter held the Friendship Book. Her eyes lit up with the possibilities she would soon encounter when she shares her new book with her friends.
In a world of almost every children’s gadget being filled with lights, chirps and sounds – the Friendship Book offers something intricately special – the chance for a child to discover all the favorite things of him/her self and their friends.
Another very cool thing is that the Friendship Book is bilingual. The Friendship Book is in English and Spanish. It also holds a place for jokes, photos, and phone numbers so friends can stay in touch, always.
I recommend you give your child the same opportunity. Let the writing, laughing, and treasures begin.
Disclosure: This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thank you to Friendship Book for providing the product for review. I only recommend products or services I can stand behind and believe will be good for my readers. I was not required to write a positive review, nor was I paid for this review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.