I’ve always kept a reading record, for myself and my kids. It’s a great way to keep track of the books we’ve read. I’ve used a few journals in the past. They were overwhelming, especially for younger readers who only want to take note of the title and author. I tried using printables, but they just got lost amongst other loose paperwork. So I set out to create my own.
Luckily for me, I stumbled across a fantastic designer – Reyhana from ReyOfLight. Who has done a brilliant job at bringing my vision to life! Did I say these? Yes, I did!
My older children like to write book reviews. My younger children like to keep track of how many books they’ve read and I like to do both. I wanted to create journals that everyone can use. I decided to have two interiors with six covers each to choose from.
Keeping a record, has no age!
Choosing my covers was an easy decision to make. I’m a author who writes #ownvoices and #representationmatters to me. Diversity and inclusion is a must.
And guess what? I’ve added a couple of plain covers too, for those who like to keep it simple!
Reading Journal Interior
An easy-to-use journal to keep track of reading. 115 pages to keep track of books being read. There’s space for the date, title, author, number of pages and new words. 5 bonus pages at the back to make a book list. Suitable for all ages.
Review Journal Interior
An easy-to-use journal to write book reviews. 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 make a book list. Suitable for 7+
I hope you like them and share. These will make fantastic gifts for book lovers.