Friendsbook Children’s Diaries

Disclaimer:  I was given a product for the purpose of review.  All opinions are my own
I have had many friends come and go in my life.  There are always the ones thought that really stick in your mind.  The first little kid to talk to you at school.  The first group of kiddos that invited you to sit with them at lunch.  The one who taught you how to sing a certain song.  The one that showed you how t hang upside down on the monkey bars.
We all have those kids in our life and even though we forget their name and faces they sweet deeds tick with us.Thank to the all new friendship book you never need to forget their names or face again! 
I am so excited to give this to my little guy!

FoxMaster Publishing hopes to help a new generation of writers “Make Friends and Keep Memories” with the launch of its Friendsbook line — a series of imaginatively themed, fill-in-the-blank diaries where children can share their lives and dreams with each other.  
“Friendsbook is an engaging way for kids to play, practice writing and drawing, learn about themselves and their classmates, and create cherished mementos — all at the same time,” said Director of FoxMaster Publishing, Alexander Glebovskiy, “I wish I’d had a book like this when I was young, something to look back on and remember my playmates fondly, as well as who it was I wanted to grow up to be.”
Designed for children aged five to 12, Friendsbook challenges young writers to share their lives with each other, offering up 96 pages of spaces to fill in their dream job, nickname, favourite food, doodles, a photo of themselves, and more.
Available at, Friendsbook™ comes in 15 gorgeously illustrated themes — so every child is sure to find the perfect fit for his or her personality. Young diarists can share the page with faeries, princesses, mermaids, football players, warriors, astronauts, jungle animals, ballerinas and other characters.

A perfect way to get to know people face to face instead of relying on the interenet