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There is nobody quite like you. These are your golden years. Take the time to document all you have done so far...
Quick! Before you grow up!
A collection of write-inside-the-book activities to record the triumphs of your own juvenile journey.
I got given a immaturity diary for my birthday and it is awesome. At first I thought it was a diary for the dude pictured on the front, which I thought was a bit weird, but then when I opened it I found out that it was a real diary for me. But it wasn't a diary like all the girls have but this really cool diary with pretend stories and secret things and pictured and stuff.
It had different areas in it that I could add things in or fill in the gaps and also parts to draw pictures and do photos. I think they know that boys don't really write diaries like girls do and so they made one for just us boys and its just really great. I put heaps in my diary in the first week and I still haven't completed it all yet. Its one of those books that when I get older the things in it are going to be so funny.
Its got a hard cover which means that it stays in good condition for a long time. Its a good size book to and there's lots of room to write and you don't have to write little to fit stuff. It us a really cool book for boys.
Master 10 loves his immaturity diary. He has had to show everyone that has visited; friends, aunties, uncles & grandparents...young and old have had to flick through his immaturity diary. The result: everybody thinks it is awesome, and giggles can be heard from all when reading.
It is a fantastic diary, as it is fun and interesting, and unlike a journal where they fully have to write about their day and totally think for themselves, this one prompts them to think outside the square and write about things they probably would not normally write about. It brings out the creative side, and definitely makes them use their imagination. Something all kids could use some help with, especially when most are lost in the world of xboxes and playstations
This diary would make the perfect gift for any boy aged from 7yrs and over and is definitely worth the price. Oh and it even comes with its own pen
This journal had my 13yr old laughing before she even opened the first page, the sense of humour relayed in the book really appealed to her and also the friends she shared with. With lots of quiz activities to fill out and also stories that you could fill in the blank spaces it provided much entertainment. The added bonus of the attached pen was much appreciated. The 'Mums Cooking Report Cards' might not have made me too happy (my lasagne rated a 4/10!) but the kids found it hilarious. I like the fact that it got them to sit down and think about things and also got them using the dying art of handwriting. Kids will love this book.
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