For Little Friends: My Book of Remembrance
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“For Little Friends: My Book of Remembrance,” Liahona, Aug. 2002, 8

For Little Friends:

My Book of Remembrance

  1. Aunt Jennie gave me a scrapbook for my birthday. The cover is red with “My Book of Remembrance” written on the front. The pages inside are thick and gray.

  2. I decided to put the supplies I need to work on my scrapbook in a box. I put in markers, scissors, glue, and tape.

  3. Mom is helping me fill my book with things about me.

  4. On the first page I glued a picture of me, and I wrote my name below it. Then I wrote, “My eyes are green. My hair is brown. I am six years old.”

  5. On the next page I glued a special letter Grandma sent me. It is the first letter I ever received.

  6. Last month I made a card for my dad. I colored purple flowers all around it. Dad said I could glue it in my book.

  7. On another page I drew a picture of my mom, dad, brother, our pet cat, and me. I added a photo of the whole family and wrote, “We are a family.”

  8. Mom helped me find a picture of the temple to glue in my book. I want to remember that we can be together forever.

  9. I drew a picture of my house and the tree I like to climb. I also wrote my address and phone number.

  10. If you read my book of remembrance, you will learn lots of things about me. You can fill a book with things about you too. When people read it, they will learn about your history!

Illustrations by Mark Robison and Anne Robison

Photograph of Portland Oregon Temple by Elden L. Read