My One Line a Day A Three-Year Memory Book by Chronicle Books


My One Line a Day A Three-Year Memory Book by Chronicle Books

The decorative illustrations, larger trim size (than the adult One Line a Day) and three years instead of five, make this journal more manageable for a younger audience. This open-ended journal allows users to start any day of the year and write about anything they want!

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Homegrown / In-house

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Record book
372 pages


Chronicle Books
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Publication date

1st April 2013



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