A New Kind of Children’s Yearbook That Gets Everyone Excited About School

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I am a collection of thoughts and memories and likes and dislikes. I am the things that have happened to me and the sum of everything I’ve ever done. I am the clothes I wear on my back. I am every place and every person and every object I have ever come across.-Macaulay Culkin

This one of a kind yearbook for children in kindergarten and early elementary school grades is something to get excited about. Endorsed by a school principal, this book was created by German native Stephanie Honikel, founder of Through Pig and Thin®. As a mom, I truly feel this product will make a positive impact in your child’s life.

The quality of this book is amazing. At eight by eight inches, this product will fit comfortably in your child’s hands. You will never have to worry about pages falling out because the book features a sturdy hardcover and high-quality binding. It is designed to be given to every classmate, and as such, needs to withstand wear and tear. It has plenty of space for personal notes, stickers, and photos, as well as special drawings or coloring activities. The illustrations are the cutest. There is also a designated section for the class teacher. This is hands down something that a child will cherish, even as an adult.

A New Kind of Children's Yearbook That Gets Everyone Excited About School

These personalized yearbooks serve to retain your children’s special memories, from kindergarten to late elementary school, and can be shared with their closest friends and family through the years. In Germany, these books are often exchanged at reunions. I can imagine that being a hit amongst former classmates. In my view, creating memories is one of the most important things we do in our lifetime.  What better way to let children be the authors of their own memories?

A New Kind of Children's Yearbook That Gets Everyone Excited About School

 

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Becky

Wife, mother, grandma, blogger, all wrapped into one person. Lover of coffee, crime shows as well as humor. Loyalty, honesty and positivity is what attracts me to a person as that is what I try to project to others. Hard working and driven to a fault helps me help others and in turn helps myself in my daily work and life.

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Stacie
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That is such a great idea. I love how personal this yearbook is. It’s not just a lot of pictures with no heart.

Laura Dove
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Ooh this is such a good idea and something I would love to have for my children! They look so lovely and personal!

Jennifer Van Huss
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Jennifer Van Huss

I love cherishing memories like this! I’m not one to keep EVERYTHING that the kids bring home, but I do love a memento of their year in school!

GiGi Eats
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OMG I LOVE THIS IDEAA!!! SERIOUSLY LOVE IT! Although I also feel like some kids could be really mean in it, but over all, I love it because I used to have little books like this that my friends and I would fill out about each other and it was just so much fun. They had stickers and such as well. Man, I am getting nostalgic now!

Jocelyn @ Hip Mama\'s Place
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I think this is an awesome way to keep memories especially for the kids. It would be nice to have something to look back on when you’re older and when you’re with friends. I’d recommend it!

Kathy
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Kathy

I love this! Both of my daughters have books similar to this one that they write in things each school year. I had one when I was little, so I wanted them to be able to have one too.

Cindy Gordon
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Now that is an awesome idea! Yearbooks are such a fun thing for kids to enjoy.

ashley @ wishes and dishes
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I’ve never heard of these books before. They seem so awesome and something they will keep forever!

Lisa Bristol
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Lisa Bristol

Yearbooks are a great way to save some great memories. I love to look back and see all the changes my kids had over the years. I will have to share this with my friends.