Remember 80s slam books? What was better than a memory book where teens could talk about themselves and share their thoughts with friends?
Lisa Currie has created a slam book for the internet generation with ME, YOU, US.
You can fill out ME, YOU, US with friends or loved ones, featuring a spectrum of interactive and open-ended prompts asking you to share nicknames for each other, memories of first meeting and dreams of the future. You can pass the book back and forth with your besties, use it as a scrapbook of all the good people in your life, or share it with your boyfriend/girlfriend as a memento of your time together.
This is a great book for camp, slumber parties or lazy Summer days.
I gave Me, You, Us to my teenager as soon as I got it in the mail. Her boyfriend was here when it came in. They got right into looking through the pages and saying out loud the different things they could write in the book and such. It's was so cool.
The 2 of the did fill out lots of pages together. My daughter said they had a blast doing it and laughed a lot and were serious a lot.
She then did some pages with her good friend when she spent the night.
I am sharing just a few shots of pages they filled out. Some were on the personal side to be sharing to the world!
Me, You, Us is 183 pages of fun!
One lucky Marsha's Spot reader will win their own copy of the book. Just enter using the rafflecopter form below.
Also be sure to check it out on amazon along with Lisa's other book called The Scribble Diary.
Disclaimer: I rec'd a copy of the book for the purpose of doing a review. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions are my own. I was also supplied a second book for the purpose of this giveaway.
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