Me: A Compendium - Book Review

Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own.

 Me: A Compendium made by the Wee Society, is a fun fill-in journal made for kids to enjoy jotting their ideas and drawings into. This book is full of colorful illustrations with questions or instructions to follow and answer, opening young minds to be imaginative. It has sections for kids to answer interesting questions about themselves, from as easy as what their hair color is to what they would take to outer space. There are parts for them to draw what they like to do or where they like to go, among other stuff. There is even a secret hiding spot in the book, for them to hold special little papers at. This book has loads of fun throughout it and encourages children to use their minds in fun and exciting ways!

I gifted this book to my son awhile back and he loved it! There was so much for him to get into, writing things down, answering the silly questions as goofy as he could, or just drawing interesting creatures to go with the part. I love how vivid the colors are and that there are page after page of activities to do. It makes for an entertaining read to go back through and see his stories and responses. The book has now become a treasured keepsake so that when he's all grown up, we can look back and be reminded how silly he was!

Me: A Compendium is an excellent book to give children as a gift. It's the perfect rainy day book, or activity to do throughout the summer. You can find this book available on Amazon for under $10.

This review is made possible by the Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group via Blogging for Books,  
by providing me a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions my own.

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