Letters to Me, When I Grow Up Write Now. Read Later. Treasure Forever. by Lea Redmond
  

Letters to Me, When I Grow Up Write Now. Read Later. Treasure Forever.

Written by Lea Redmond
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Synopsis

Letters to Me, When I Grow Up Write Now. Read Later. Treasure Forever. by Lea Redmond

This kids' version of the bestselling Letters to My Future Self brings young writers a fun new way to capture their childhood. Twelve prompted letters bound into a keepsake book invite kids to share stories, draw, or make lists reflecting on what they know now, and what they imagine for their future. When they're grown, this paper time capsule becomes a cherished-and likely hilarious-look back on who they once were and who they have become.

About the Author

Lea Redmond is a creative consultant and the brains behind the Letters to My series, The World's Smallest Post Service, Connexio, My Museum journal, Lucky You!, the Tandem Activity Book and Conversation Dice. Her creative workshop, Leafcutter Designs, offers curious goods, surprising services, and projects for participation: www.leafcutterdesigns.com. She lives in Oakland, California.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
12 pages

Author

Lea Redmond
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st March 2016

ISBN

9781452149486


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