This fun interactive journal for tweens is a great gift for fans of the Pippa Park Middle Grade Book series!
Celebrate and explore life with this journal of awesome quizzes, listicles, and writing prompts inspired by Pippa Park. A perfect memento for those tween years.
The book is packed with over a dozen different writing activities that are inspired by tween concerns including family, friends, school, and themselves. Journaling helps tweens increase communication skills, self-esteem, and emotional vocabulary.
GREAT GIFT FOR TWEENS AGES 9–12! Readers don’t need to have read Pippa Park to enjoy all the activities, but fans of the book will discover fun facts about the characters they know and love.
Book Features: - Portable Activity Book: 5.5" x 8" - Printed on high-quality paper with a durable cover - Vibrant color illustrations on all 144 pages
Bonus Content for Educators: Visit the book's website for the Common Core Language Arts Guide. Book includes Book Club Questions and a classic Korean stew recipe.
Erin Yun grew up in Frisco, Texas. She attended New York University and received her MA in creative writing at Cambridge. Erin is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She developed the Pippa Park Author Program, an interactive writing workshop, which she has conducted in person and virtually at schools, libraries, and bookstores. Yes, she used to play basketball as a middle grader!
"Pippa Park: My Journal About Life" is a journal that will help tweens increase communication skills, self-esteem, and emotional vocabulary and is very highly recommended and will provide hours and hours of useful entertainment."
– Midwest Book Review, Children’s Bookwatch - Activity Shelf
“This journal gives them the ability to explore their world and interests… sure to be a keeper for tweens of all ages!”
– Shannon Brennan, Children’s Librarian, Bemis Public Library, Littleton, CO
“I really like how this journal was set up to offer the freedom of their own creative thought process, while at the same time giving them ideas and writing starting points.”
– Megan Schincke, Youth Services Librarian, Bondurant Community Library, Bondurant, IA
“I love how interactive the journal is and how it gives the reader an opportunity to dig deep into how they feel about things.”
– Tanya Alexander, Library Director, Arab Public Library, Arab, IL