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Me And My Friends: The Book Of Us :: Review

Me And My Friends: The Book Of Us comes with a warning right smack-dab on the front cover: DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOOK BY YOURSELF!


The Book Of BFFs

This write-right-in-it book is full of irresistible all-about-us activities: funny quizzes, fill-in-the-blanks, doodle how-to’s, messages in code and tons more. It’s fun for any number of friends – from two BFFs to a group of two dozen!


We love this journal/activity book for so many reasons: it will give you and your friends a good laugh; it will hold your attention and interest (rainy day activity, anyone?); it makes a great keepsake or memory book of your friendships; when you’re done filling it out, you’ll know a whole lot more about you, your friends and your one-of-a-kind friendships!


Fun Features

Usually, bonus features or extras are saved for DVDs. Not so with this journal! Me And My Friends: The Book Of Us comes with all of the following freebies for you and your friends:

  • Tons of info pages for you and your friends to fill out about each other
  • Quizzes and fill-in-the-blanks games
  • A place to store messages to your future self
  • A birthday wheel calendar
  • A full sheet of shiny stickers
  • A handy pocket to keep notes, photos, cards, etc. in that really seals shut!
  • Journaling Tips

    Fill out a journal today, keep it as a memory forever.


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