Encourage your little girl to write down her daily thoughts in our Castle Diary.
A whimsical castle cover protects 200 pages of lined paper. A lock and key keep her secrets safe. This beautiful diary was designed by eeBoo.
- Recommended for Kids 5 Years and Older
- Measures 6.5 x 5.75 inches
- 200 pages with a foiled spine
- Designed in New York City by the talented artists at eeBoo
- Made in China
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