Picture of Me: Who I am in 221 Questions
by Kate Marshall and David Marshall
Picture of Me: Who I am in 221 Questions is a tribute to you. It allows you the opportunity to fill in a total of two hundred and twenty one questions with answers that are unique to your own life.
A few of the 221 questions you will be presented with include: what is my favorite family heirloom, favorite childhood keepsake, and my most prized possession. In addition, there are places where you can paste your favorite picture and log your fondest memory. You will find that this book really makes you stop and think about what you find important in life.
Once you complete this book, it becomes a priceless treasure that is worthy to be passed on to future generations. The concept of this book is similar to scrapbooking, but it is so much more unique because it allows the person to answer questions that they have probably never ever considered answering on their own.
Picture of Me: Who I am in 221 Questions would make the ideal gift for graduates, new or expectant parents, or for any elderly parent. Its content will be long be treasured as it lets you, or anyone you allow to read it, reflect on the special moments in your life. Seeing the way in which someone has answered each one of the questions, and in their own handwriting, leaves a heartwarming impression.
Kate and David Marshall, you have taken a wonderful idea and transformed it into something that can become a permanent part of a family’s history. Rest assured this book will long be appreciated. Very highly recommended.
March 17, 2009
0767930371 / 978-0767930376
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Project Second Chance, an adult literacy program run by the Contra Costa County Library system in California.