Linda Kranz

Kids’ Journals by Linda Kranz

Linda Kranz has authored Four Kids' Journals:

Kids' journal by Linda Kranz

My Nature Book: A Journal and Activity Book for Kids ($12.95)

ISBN-10 1589798228 | ISBN-13: 978-1589798229

My Nature BookThis journal encourages you to get creative with “thought starters” that provide inspiration to help your words flow easily onto the pages. There are also plenty of unlined pages for you to draw whatever you want and pages for you to include some of your favorite photographs. You’ll find recipes for snacks that you can take with you on the trail. Plus several activities that you can do at home. Once completed, this journal will be a window into your own special time outdoors. Rereading your entries will undoubtedly remind you and your family to revisit some of your favorite places once again. Studies show that time spent in nature will allow us all to be more relaxed, more understanding in difficult or stressful times and better able to focus on our daily tasks once we are back home again in the midst of our busy routines. So what are you waiting for? Grab your journal and go out and explore!

P.S. Once adults look through My Nature Book they too want to fill up the pages in this journal. This journal is not just for kids!


All About Me: A Keepsake Journal for Kids ($12.95)

All About MeISBN 0-87358-877-0 |
ISBN-13: 978-0873588775

Young writers will be inspired to fill up the pages in this colorful book, with questions like: If you could visit the mountains, the desert, or the seashore, which would you chose and why? Name something that you have done that makes you proud. When you lie in your bed at night, just before you drift off to sleep, what do you think about? Describe your happiest day.

Also included are blank pages for drawing and empowering statements. This journal once filled will hold memories of childhood that might otherwise be forgotten.

More About Me: Another Keepsake Journal for Kids ($12.95)

More About MeISBN 0-87358-716-2 | ISBN-13: 978-0873586580

True writers who were excited to fill up the pages in the first journal will want to continue writing and exploring topics like this one: Make a list of things you want to do when you get older. Keep adding to this list. Write down the cost of a first class stamp, a gallon of gas, a ticket to the movies, the price of a newspaper, the cost to rent your favorite video. Ask your parents to help you with other items your family buys. It will be interesting to see how prices have changed when you are older.

Everyone has an imagination. What do you like to imagine?

 

Through My Eyes: A Journal for Teens ($12.95)

Through My EyesISBN 0-87358-715-4 | ISBN-13: 978-0873587150

An eye-catching cover, fun graphics inside, pages to draw and questions like: If you could look ahead five years, what do you think you would see? How do you think your life would be different? Make a list of things you want to accomplish during your lifetime. Keep adding to this list. When you look into the mirror, what good things do you see?

Make a list of things you are thankful for; these are just a few of the thought starters that will inspire the writer to fill up the pages inside this journal.

Read Linda's “Ten Reasons Why You Should Journal.”

Where to buy Linda's books online

Available wherever books are sold or click one of the links below to buy Linda's books online.

Amazon.comBarnes & NobleIndie Books