You're Weird: A Creative Journal for Misfits, Oddballs, and Anyone Else Who's Uniquely Awesome

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You're Weird: A Creative Journal for Misfits, Oddballs, and Anyone Else Who's Uniquely Awesome
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11+
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July 11, 2017
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978-0143130895
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Part journal, part activity book, and all fun, You're Weird is a valentine for the inner weirdo in everyone--that part of us that doesn't quite fit in, and secretly isn't even trying. Filled with hand-drawn creatures that are a bit...different...along with lists, writing prompts, activities, and more, it's a delightful and affirming book for creative oddballs everywhere. In our mass-produced world that wants everyone to fit in and fall in line, these quirky pages give us permission to celebrate what makes us each unique--and amazing.

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We're All a Little Weird
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'You're Weird: A Creative Journal for Misfits, Oddballs, and Anyone Else Who's Uniquely Awesome' by Kate Peterson will allow anyone looking for ideas to stumble upon something great. All people, no matter how normal they think they are, can be classified as weird in some way. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this, because everyone has unique traits that allow for the differences that make the world great.

Whether the person reading through this journal is a kid, a teen, or an adult, there is something that will resonate with each and every type of person. Kids can think about what they might be like as adults, while adults can think back to their childhoods. It can help people consider who they are and how they fit into the grand scheme of how the world works, and it can help writers create more satisfying and surprisingly creative characters who boil over with depth and intricacy.

This journal will help further define individual purpose and keep the mind hard at work thinking of how being unique often requires some extra thought and the motivation to focus on that uniqueness.
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This book can help people consider who they are and how they fit into the grand scheme of how the world works, and it can help writers create more satisfying and surprisingly creative characters who boil over with depth and intricacy.
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