Item description for Through My Eyes: A Journal for Teens by Linda Kranz...
This journal is designed to help teens explore their relationship with their parents, others, and themselves with thought-starters such as "If you could look ahead five years, what do you think you would see?"
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Studio: Rising Moon
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.93" Width: 7.02" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1998
Publisher Rising Moon
ISBN 0873587154 ISBN13 9780873587150
Availability 7 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 05:26.
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More About Linda Kranz
Linda Kranz, winner of the IRA Children s Choices Award, is the author of eight journals and a craft book, as well as the bestselling Only One You and You Be You. Linda lives with her husband in Flagstaff, Arizona. Together they enjoy discovering new landscapes in and around the Southwest and returning to their longtime favorite places, again and again."
Linda Kranz currently resides in Flagstaff, in the state of Arizona. Linda Kranz was born in 1955.
Reviews - What do customers think about Through My Eyes: A Journal for Teens?
Ideal for young teens Jul 13, 2007
I bought this book for my son who is 16 years old. My intentions were to give him something he could use to express his feelings and thoughts without the fear of judgments. A place that was strictly his own - for his eyes only. My son, reluctantly, accepted the book. Judging by the way he looked at me, I could tell he was thinking "what's up with my mom giving me this?" It took a few minutes before he took a quick glance through it, finally, he commented that he thought it was okay. He said the questions and style of the book were alright and he might use it. In adult language that means he did like it and he might actually use it. Recently, I asked him if he had written in it yet and he said yes. I was thrilled. The fact that he wrote in it already says this is a good one to give your teen - especially a young boy teen.
Okay May 13, 2007
I have a feeling that when I finish writing in this book, it will be a very special part of my life, because many of the questions are deep and you really have to think to answer them. What I didn't like is that sometimes you have to think TOO much because some questions are really broad. For example, "What are some of the funniest things that ever happened to you?" I really can't recall THE funniest things over the course of my whole life. But overall, this book was cool.
Great journaling experience Feb 1, 2007
I purchased this for my teen-age son and others in the series for my daughter and as gifts. The artwork is interesting, the suggested topics are relevant to the age group, and it makes it more interesting than just listing what you did today. It is not dated like a daily journal, so you can use it when and how you want. I have also found that kids like these journals better than a blank book, which can be overwhelming. I wish I had this when I was a kid.
Author, Linda Kranz, has created another winner! May 5, 2000
Third in a series of journals for the whole family, Linda Kranz has designed Through My Eyes, A Journal for Teens to help young men and women explore their relationship with their parents, friends, others and themselves. Filled with Ms. Kranz's signature thought-starters such as "If you could look ahead five years, what do you think you would see?" this gem of a journal for teens will have your son or daughter or other teen family members or friends wanting to take it to their "special place" and being filling in the pages. Young people, especially teenagers need the opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings to themselves and this journal is an ideal way to help teens begin that self-exploration
A wonderful thought provoking journal Dec 28, 1999
I purchased this book for my daughter for Christmas. She is only 9 years old and dislikes doing any creative writing. Christmas evening she disappeared into her room with this journal and wrote for hours. I will buy this journal again in a few years so that she can compare and look back at how she has changed as she becomes a young woman. The questions are thought provoking and introspective. This book is well worth the money.