This inspiring journal offers 365 achievable ways to take small breaks from technology with simple suggestions that encourage journalers to unplug from electronics and appreciate their surroundings. With a yearâs worth of digital-detox prompts, this chunky gift book also offers journaling space for readers to reflect on the power of unplugging.
Kevin Hawkes is the illustrator of the Learn to Draw Animals Art Book. He has illustrated more than 50 acclaimed picture books and chapter books, including Chicken Cheeks, Library Lion, and Sidewalk Circus. Kevin lives in Maine where he is often found wandering aimlessly through the garden. He says his best time to work is in the winter because he can settle down and not get distracted, but summer is his worst because he wants to explore the woods, mountains and beaches around him! His favorite thing to draw are animals doing funny things, as well as cobalt blue skies, imaginary landscapes, and flying pianos.
A guided journal from Teen Vogue, inspiring young adults to take charge of their lives and see themselves as leaders. Teen Vogue is on a mission to be "the young person's guide to conquering (and saving) the world" by elevating the voices of teens and the issues that affect their daily lives. This guided journal provides an empowering space for teenagers to start the process of figuring out what they want, what their gifts are, and how they can impact the world. The journal is divided into thematic sections that tackle various facets of young people's lives: their goals and ambitions, their relationships, their physical and emotional self-care, and their sense of higher purpose. Inspiring quotes from celebrities are paired with list-making, writing, and Mad Libs-style prompts. Illustrated throughout and representing diverse voices from the Teen Vogue editorial team, the journal's overarching message is this: You are the boss of your own life, and the world needs your leadership.
Flexi cover with embossing, spot gloss, and a lay-flat binding
A fun, offline space for teenagers to figure out who they are and what they want to say.
The companion to the #1 blockbuster bestseller,The Day the Crayons Quit!
AWall Street JournalBest Children’s Book of 2015 / A TIME Magazine Top 10 Children’s Book of 2015
“Highly anticipated (yes, even for adults)” —Entertainment Weekly
I’m not sure what it is about this kid Duncan, but his crayons sure are a colorful bunch of characters! Having soothed the hurt feelings of one group who threatened to quit, Duncan now faces a whole new group of crayons asking to be rescued. From Maroon Crayon, who was lost beneath the sofa cushions and then broken in two after Dad sat on him; to poor Turquoise, whose head is now stuck to one of Duncan’s stinky socks after they both ended up in the dryer together; to Pea Green, who knows darn well that no kid likes peas and who ran away—each and every crayon has a woeful tale to tell and a plea to be brought home to the crayon box.
Look for a special glow-in-the-dark picture [Note: make sure to “charge” it under a light first].
Praise forThe Day the Crayons Came Home
Winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Picture Book of 2015!
A Wall Street Journal Best Book of 2015!
One ofParents Magazine‘s Ten Best Children’s Books of 2015!
APublishers WeeklyBest Book of the Year!
“Funnier than the creators’ original blockbuster.”–Parents Magazine
“Mr. Daywalt’s text blends with Mr. Jeffers’s illustrations to make a picture book that will have children clamoring for more crayon adventures.”—The Wall Street Journal
“Continues its predecessor’s pleasing, goofy conceit…Once again, both Daywalt’s text and Jeffers’ illustrations are endearing.”—New York Times Book Review
“By telling stories from the points of view of crayons, giving voices to the small and ignored, Daywalt and Jeffers have created two books that offer plenty of charm and fun, but also make children feel deeply understood.”—The Boston Globe
* “A masterwork of humor and design . . . Sure to be as popular as The Day the Crayons Quit.”—Booklist, starred review
* “A brilliant, colorful tale that begs to be read aloud and a must-have for all collections.”—School Library Journal, starred review
* “Once again, Daywalt and Jeffers create rich emotional lives and personalities for their colorful cast, and it’s hard to imagine a reader who won’t be delighted.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Not only stands on its own merit, but may be even more colorful than the original.”—Huffington Post
“Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers once again offer perceptive and frequently hilarious insights…The Day the Crayons Came Home will have readers of all ages chuckling—and will inspire kids’ empathy and imagination in equal measure.”—BookPage