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Yay All Day

Good News Journal

Asha Myers, Courtney Cook (Illustrator)

Hardcover

List Price: 14.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Think happy Get inspired by stories of people who have used creativity and flair to bring positivity into the world--and journal your way to optimism with this transformative journal that's perfect for tweens and teens.

Yay All Day is a good news journal filled with uplifting tidbits that celebrate how we can make a difference in our world with silliness, sweetness, and a little bit of sass. Flip through when you need an infusion of hope and become inspired by your own ability to spread optimism and joy. Studies show that the more you focus on the positive, the better you feel, and investing in journaling for just a few minutes a day improves your mood and overall sense of hope for the future.

Inside find:

- Bright and happy 1970s illustration style features racial, geographic, and gender inclusivity
- A lined and dot grid format to capture your own ideas and thoughts
- Inspirational stories of people effecting change both large and small--from young Twitter activists who brought together more than ten thousand people to march against racism to the teen scientist who designed weighted belts for turtles with "bubblebutt" syndrome to enable them to dive for food again

Bask in the glow of these happy pages

Spruce Books, 9781632173850, 128pp.

Publication Date: August 3, 2021



About the Author

ASHA MYERS lives in the beautiful Driftless region of Wisconsin where she writes books for children and teens. Her favorite collaborations are with her illustrator-animator husband, David Myers, about hedgepigs and chef cats, sheep that tango, and girls who walk to the moon. COURTNEY COOK holds her MFA in creative nonfiction from University of California Riverside, is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and is currently pursuing an MFA in comics at the California College of the Arts. Her illustrated memoir, The Way She Feels, is forthcoming from Tin House in summer 2021. When not creating, Courtney enjoys napping with her senior cat, Bertie.