I have had these goodies in my possession for way too long, but I was determined to share them with you because they are sooooo cute! I love this stuff as an adult and definitely would have loved it as a little girl. For those of you who haven’t heard of them, Wee Society is …
“an award-winning creative studio that believes you’re never too young to develop an eye for design. They aim to spark kids’ imaginations, leading to big bright explosions of creativity. And they’re pretty sure uncontrollable giggles make the world better. With this in mind, Wee Society has created kids’ apps, books, art prints, toys and still-secret stuff. Their work has been honored by the Parents’ Choice Foundation, Webby Awards and other nice folks.”
The above features (starting top left and going around clockwise) A Box of Awesome Things matching game, Me: A Compendium A Fill-in Journal for Kids, Go! My Adventure Journal, Wee Alphas 26 A to Z Postcards, from Angelfish to Zebra, and An Incomplete Book of Awesome Things.
An Incomplete Book of Awesome Things is an adorable and refreshing collection of awesome things, from masking tape, tunnels, lava, elbows, and more. The book features vibrant and minimal illustrations. The book was designed to boost kids’ vocab and spark conversations.
More fireflies, lava, and tacos. A Box of Awesome Things is a matching game comprised of some of the awesome things we learned about in the book. As soon as I opened the box, my 2 year-old knew it was something fun for him, and months later he still plays with them weekly. I also recently discovered that they hold up really well to a teething 5 month-old!
As an illustrator, the Wee Alphas is probably my favorite of the group. The creative way the animals were illustrated with a hidden letter are really fun. They are bound in a fold-out accordion to display or share.
I can’t wait until Leo is old enough to really start using this journal to start documenting things about himself and other creative and cool things about himself. Above is the opening page.
Just a sample page from Me: A Compendium. A space for them to draw themselves dancing, and another to dream up what they’d program their own personal robot to do.
The back of Go! My Adventure Journal features a “super official” passport, and the activities inside the jacket cover show the sort of thoughtful detail goes into the designs of Wee Society.
A sample page of the Go! My Adventure Journal, features spaces for the little traveler to record weather, meals, something new he tried, and a special memory. Wee Society products can be found wherever books are sold.
Do you know any little people who have tried out the above goodies?
I received the products above as samples from Clarkson Potter