Protect This Girl Journal
by Zoe Stern
Scribble your thoughts; sketch your dreams; revise love
letters; plan your future; start a novel or finish a poem in this
whimsical journal just waiting for your company. Fill its pages
with doodles, stickers & photos.How can you protect yourself
from the storms of life? Feeling sad when a boy doesn’t
call you? Your ideas about food & your body changes? Where
can you find comfort, guidance & confidence? Look inside this
book of inspirational cards & start writing in your journal.
Inspired by teen author Zoe Stern's book PROTECT THIS GIRL,
this journal includes many new words of inspiration from Zoe.
It's the perfect place for recording hopes and fears, rants and
plans. Bright colors and whimsical hand-lettering make for an
irrestible invitation to explore one's private self. An ideal
tween-to-teen gift and companion to Zoe's book.
"As a lifetime journal writer,
I was thrilled when Protect This Girl’s Journal came my
way. I have given it to a youngster in my life with the loving
instructions to write in it everyday or only sometimes - just
write - you will be amazed at how refreshed you will feel afterward!
In tandem with the journal, comes a book of detachable cards of
words of inspiration from girl to girl which you can stick up
on your mirror, your walls, in your school books or use as a bookmarker.
Keep them around so they’ll remind you that: you are good
enough; forgiving helps heal your mind; friendship is the greatest
of gifts; stuffed animals are good at keeping secrets; I don’t
need a boy to make me feel good about myself; have fun but keep
yourself safe & so many more!
Zoe writes: “I dreamed up the sayings in this book late
one night while I waited for a boy to call. I was sad...&
I needed something to make me feel better...my girlfriends thought
they were cool...I never in a million words planned or expected
[these cards] to turn into a book, but I’m glad they have....”
Both the Protect This Girl’s Journal & the book of Protect
This Girl Cards will make fantastic gifts from girl to girl as
well as mother to daughter or aunt to niece. I do recommend them
heartily. As an aside: Zoe comments that when she showed her inspirational
cards to friends who were boys they were unimpressed - just so
many words on pieces of paper."
Zoe Stern, age 21, is the co-author of Divorce Is Not the End
of The World: Zoe & Evan’s Coping Guide for Kids. She
has extensive media experience and loves working with teenage
girls and young women to boost confidence and personal empowerment.
Zoe is currently a junior in college at Madison, Wisconsin, where
she is collaborating on a series of workshops for high-school
students on sexuality and self-esteem. She is available for interviews
and presentations. You can contact Zoe at firstname.lastname@example.org
or through elle@EllenSueStern.com