Friday, June 21, 2019

New Titles in Heritage Journal Series: Guatemala & France


I'm so happy to share that two more titles have been released in my Heritage Journal Series! I had several requests for a heritage journal that explores Guatemalan heritage. So I wrote My Guatemalan Heritage Journal (aff) to help kids explore and document their heritage... and I had a lot of fun researching it.

**And I'm pleased to say that now through August 1st, I'll be donating a portion of the sales of My Guatemalan Heritage Journal to Save the Children for the work they are doing for the asylum-seeking families in Deming, NC.

In addition, I've started working on a series of non-Hispanic titles, starting with My French Heritage Journal. A French version will be coming out soon. And I'm working on Spanish translations of the titles that explore Hispanic heritage. So keep an eye out for these.

As with my other heritage journals, these two books contain:

  • a journal cover page,
  • "This journal belongs to" page,
  • a map for coloring in where in Guatemala/France their family has lived,
  • a page allowing children to write where their family has lived,
  • a page for drawing or pasting your family's crest coat of arms,
  • pages for drawing a family tree,
  • a page for drawing or pasting snapshots of family members with lines for titles and captions,
  • a page titled "Why I consider myself to be Guatemalan/French" with writing prompts and room to write down thoughts and answers,
  • 17 journaling pages with small cultural images and fun facts from Guatemala/France, plus one blank journaling page to be reproduced as often as you like,
  • 3 pages to share favorite family memories or stories with space for adding photos or drawing pictures,
  • 4 pages for recording family interviews,
  • 4 pages dedicated just to photos,
  • 1 sketch pad page,
  • and a family recipe cover page and actual recipe page.


I loved learning about some of the fascinating facts, crafts, and traditions most closely associated with these countries. For example, in the Guatemalan journal, your children/students will learn about places such as Tikal and Pacaya, as well as products like jade, cacao, and coffee. They'll read about worry dolls and huipiles, then discover the resplendent quetzal.

In my French journal, they'll read about famous landmarks like the Arc de Triomphe and Louvre, as well as the traditional game of boules and the popular Tour de France. They'll also be introduced to French cuisine and famous people.

All these and so much more are found within the pages of these journals. They are here to guide your children as they explore their family heritage and provide a place to record their discoveries. These are designed to be family treasures to be passed down from one generation to the next.



You can find a complete list of all the titles in my Heritage Journal Series here.

And to see some sample pages, take a look at this post that I wrote for the launch of the series.

If you've purchased or plan to purchase any of these titles, I would like to ask that you please, please, please consider writing an honest review on Amazon. Those reviews help my journals show up to families searching for these titles. Thank you!

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