Reading and Book Review Journals
I’ve always kept a reading record, for myself and my kids. It’s a great way to keep track of what we’re reading and seeing our progress, especially my children’s.
I’ve used a few journals in the past and wished they were a little different. I’ve tried using printables, but they’ve always got lost amongst other loose paperwork. So I set out to create my own.
About the Reading and Book Review Journals
I wanted to create journals that everyone can us, all ages in mind that were not overwhelming. I decided to have two interiors to give readers the option of choosing what suits them best.
Keeping a record, has no age!
Choosing my covers was an easy decision to make. I’m a writer, I write #ownvoices and #representationmatters to me. Diversity and inclusion is a must, these covers were an easy choice to make. I’ve added a couple of plain covers too, for those who’d like to it plain and simple!
Reading Journal interior
An easy-to-use journal to keep track of reading.
It has 115 pages to make note of books being read, there’s space to write the date, title, author, number of pages, and new words. 5 bonus pages are featured at the back to write a list of books to read. It’s suitable for all ages.
Book Review Journal interior
An easy-to-use journal to write book reviews.
It has 115 pages to keep track of books being read, there’s space to write the author, title, genre, start date, finish date, characters, plot/storyline, new words, memorable quotes, and any other thoughts. The journal includes 5 pages at the back to write a list of books to read. Suitable for 7+
I hope you like them and share with other book lovers. Here’s the link again. ❤️