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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Do You Remember...? A Trip Down Memory Lane for You and Your Family by David Albaugh is a very different book than any I have ever read or reviewed before. This book takes you on a unique trip down Memory Lane, but you are the real author. After the introduction to the book, all 200 pages in this book are blank, except for the topic at the top of the page. On each page, it tells you what to write about. It may be a holiday, or it could be memories as a child or different toys, or when you were a teenager, and on to your older years. You really should see this book to feel the full impact.
I admit, when I first looked through this book I wasn't sure David Albaugh knew what he was doing. But now that I see his reasoning, I think he has a brilliant idea. I love how each page draws memories from me that I haven't remembered in a very long time. And it's all because as I started writing, more memories came. I love Christmas so that's where I started; so many precious memories came pouring out. And it was this way for me all through the book. Lots of laughing and crying. I really like what Albaugh has to say about wanting to help give people motivation, to reflect back to younger years and better times, and remember what they were like. Especially during our busy day-to-day lives and the troubled and uncertain times we have been living in.
I think Do You Remember...? is a book you can give your children. Actually, you can give them two copies, once you have filled out your own memories, and one for your children to fill out for their own families. Never written a book before? Here is your chance and it is all outlined for you. All you have to do is start writing. Each book will be unique and different because it's all about you, and your family, friends, or whoever and whatever you choose to write about in your memories. What a treasure this book is and will be. I'm thinking Christmas gift here.