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Are you ready to make your own SHARED journal? When mom comes home with a blank journal, she challenges 10-year-old twins, Maggie & Max, to create something fun to share with their friend. The result- A hilarious, 100-page journal-writing competition!Now you can take Maggie's and Max's 100-page journal challenge! Find a partner, and work together to fill 100 pages withAre you ready to make your own SHARED journal? When mom comes home with a blank journal, she challenges 10-year-old twins, Maggie & Max, to create something fun to share with their friend. The result- A hilarious, 100-page journal-writing competition!Now you can take Maggie's and Max's 100-page journal challenge! Find a partner, and work together to fill 100 pages with fabulous writing.This journal is the perfect place for siblings, friends or family to express their most private (or silly) thoughts about life. It comes complete with instructions on journal sharing from Maggie and Max.Some things you can write about:Maggie's ideas: School, friends, music, shopping, fun places, super-cute animalsMax's ideas: Sports, video games, things to build, anything that does not take a long time to write!...

Title : Mom Made Us Write This Write Your Own Shared Journal (A Max and Maggie Activity Book #2)
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ISBN : 9780989375542
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mom Made Us Write This Write Your Own Shared Journal (A Max and Maggie Activity Book #2) Reviews

  • Danielle
    2018-11-14 22:48

    This is a great companion to Mom Made Us Write This in the Summer. It gives children a great chance to get in the habit of writing and makes them excited about it. The ‘shared’ aspect is what makes this journal unique. Kids are encouraged to challenge their friends or siblings, or even parents, to write with them, making it an engaging activity that can be fun!(I received a copy of this book from the author's publicist in exchange for an honest review)