Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk
Kids Friend Passport - Letterfolk

Kids Friend Passport

by  Letterfolk

$10.00
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Designed especially for small hands and adventurous spirits, the Kids Friend Passport includes 20 entries for new friends met. Each entry is accompanied by a page to draw a picture of their friend. The back pages of the passport includes a friend directory, a friend Q&A, and fun checklists. The kid-centered design includes larger dimensions, free form space for drawings, and a more visually-friendly layout.
  • Dimensions: 4.17" x 6.33"
  • Materials: Colorful, stippled cover
    Saddle-stitched binding
  • Page Count: 48 Pages
    (20 Friends, 8 Bonus Pages)

All orders are prepped, packaged, and shipped by our team in Salt Lake City, UT. Unless otherwise stated, please allow up to 4 business days for your order to ship. Expedited orders will usually leave our warehouse next business day.

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Product Details

  • Dimensions: 4.17" x 6.33"
  • Materials: Colorful, stippled cover
    Saddle-stitched binding
  • Page Count: 48 Pages
    (20 Friends, 8 Bonus Pages)

Shipping

All orders are prepped, packaged, and shipped by our team in Salt Lake City, UT. Unless otherwise stated, please allow up to 4 business days for your order to ship. Expedited orders will usually leave our warehouse next business day.

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Ellen Shook
Rainy day passports

I bought 4 different passports for my 4 grandkids. Each one was specific to their interests. Friends for Natalie (9); Game for Max (7); Book for Penelope (9) and Drawing for Graham (8). I told them how to use them and maybe save them for a rainy day activity when they could spend the time thinking about what they wanted to write. They really liked the idea, personalized the front of their books and put them away... for that rainy day.

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Ellen Shook
Rainy day passports

I bought 4 different passports for my 4 grandkids. Each one was specific to their interests. Friends for Natalie (9); Game for Max (7); Book for Penelope (9) and Drawing for Graham (8). I told them how to use them and maybe save them for a rainy day activity when they could spend the time thinking about what they wanted to write. They really liked the idea, personalized the front of their books and put them away... for that rainy day.