My Journal About Life
Awesome Quizzes, Listicles & Writing Activities to Explore the Real You!
Published by: Fabled Films Press
Imprint: Fabled Films Press
Celebrate the Real You with the Companion Fill-In Journal for Pippa Park Raises Her Game!
Keep tweens entertained for hours with My Journal About Life, an interactive journal of awesome quizzes, listicles, and writing prompts inspired by Pippa Park that helps tweens celebrate their individuality and create a time capsule of their lives.
The book is packed with over a dozen different writing activities that are inspired by tween obsessions including family, friends, school, and themselves. Journaling helps tweens increase communication skills, self-esteem, and emotional vocabulary.
GREAT GIFT FOR TWEENS AGES 9–12!
Readers don’t need to have read Pippa Park to enjoy all the activities, but fans of the book will discover fun facts about the characters they know and love.
• Portable Activity Book: 5.5" x 8"
• Printed on high-quality paper with a durable cover
• Vibrant color illustrations on all 144 pages
Bonus Content for Educators:
Visit pippapark.com for the Common Core Language Arts Guide.
Book includes Book Club Questions and a classic Korean stew recipe.
Praise for Pippa Park Raises Her Game
“This charming and fast-paced middle-grade novel highlights family, friendship, and identity... Readers will relate to Pippa's struggles adjusting to life at her new school...Tweens will appreciate how Pippa learns to embrace her roots and her family's unconditional love.”—Common Sense Media
“Pippa is a magnetic heroine, funny and good-hearted, and young readers will relate as she makes one honest mistake after another in an effort to fit in. A nice balancing act between sports action, middle-school drama, and the struggles of an underprivileged immigrant family that will appeal to a wide audience.”—Booklist
“An empowering celebration of identity, friendship, and embracing one’s roots... Yun writes of Korean-American family life with heartwarming, authentic detail... Tall, athletic, and brash, she is an unforced subversion of female Asian-American stereotypes even as she confronts challenges unique to Asian-American teens.”—Publishers Weekly
“In this reimagining of Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, familiar themes and predictability are offset by the depiction of Korean culture and language, which add texture and depth to the narrative. Readers will sympathize with this likable heroine as she struggles to succeed. VERDICT An enjoyable read with a buoyant contemporary twist on an old classic.”—School Library Journal