The Young Person's Guide to Conquering the World (Guided Journal): A Guided Journal by Teen Vogue (Paperback)

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By Teen Vogue, Joni Majer (Illustrator)
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A guided journal from Teen Vogue, inspiring young adults to take charge of their lives and see themselves as leaders.
 
Teen Vogue is on a mission to be “the young person’s guide to conquering (and saving) the world” by elevating the voices of teens and the issues that affect their daily lives. This guided journal provides an empowering space for teenagers to start the process of figuring out what they want, what their gifts are, and how they can impact the world.
 
The journal is divided into thematic sections that tackle various facets of young people’s lives: their goals and ambitions, their relationships, their physical and emotional self-care, and their sense of higher purpose. Inspiring quotes from celebrities are paired with list-making, writing, and Mad Libs-style prompts. Illustrated throughout and representing diverse voices from the Teen Vogue editorial team, the journal’s overarching message is this: You are the boss of your own life, and the world needs your leadership.

Special Features
  • Flexi cover with embossing, spot gloss, and a lay-flat binding
  • Ribbon marker
  • Fully-illustrated throughout
  • A fun, offline space for teenagers to figure out who they are and what they want to say.

About the Author


Teen Vogue is the destination for the next generation of influencers. Its mission is to educate, enlighten, and empower young women, arming them with everything they need to live stylish and informed lives.
 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419733949
ISBN-10: 141973394X
Publisher: Abrams Noterie
Publication Date: September 10th, 2019
Pages: 160
Language: English

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