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Well, everyone – I created a book that’s for sale on Amazon! If you’ve been around here in recent years, you know I LOVE to chat about my work at summer camp and all that entails. So I made a little something that’s camper appropriate! Check it out!
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My Very Own Summer Camp Story Release Details
Are you ready for a summer adventure?
I am! And so is My Very Own Summer Camp Story. This interactive journal is designed for campers ages 8+ and will help them create a keepsake they can look back on every year when they think about their summer at camp. It’s made specifically for campers who attend a residential or sleepaway camp during the summer, there’s plenty of space for your child to write about their summer at camp and prompts and reminders to get them thinking about what to write.
This journal will provide hours of fun and creativity as your child writes their very own summer camp story. It can be used however they want—they can doodle pictures, write poetry, or just jot down notes about how much fun they had this summer! The journal is small enough that it won’t take up much room in their bag or duffel while they’re away at camp, but big enough that they won’t feel cramped when writing down all the things they did during their trip.
Whether you’re sending your child off for their first summer away from home or whether it’s been a tradition for years, My Very Own Summer Camp Story will be a great way to document their experience.
So that’s been one of the projects that I’ve completed lately! If you’ve got a child in your life that’s headed off to a residential summer camp in the coming weeks, I hope you’ll consider gifting this to them! It’s budget-friendly and it’ll be something fun to look back on in the future. I’d love your support!
TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS: What’s a project you’ve finished up lately? Anything fun or challenging?