Wee Society

Yay is Here!

When one of our kids told us we really needed to celebrate National Popcorn Day, we were inspired to come up creative ways to mark special days throughout the year. The result was Yay! A Celebration Journal — including ideas for crafts, experiments, adventures and get togethers for Morse Code Day, National Bird Day, World Kindness Day, Measure Your Feet Day, and many more.

Also inside is a Yay Days perpetual calendar poster marked with 130 lesser known holidays and stickers to customize your own celebration schedule. It was designed to make memories, share giggles, and discover new family traditions while documenting it all in a journal you’ll look back on for years to come. Yay! makes an especially fun holiday gift to enjoy throughout the new year.

Pick yours up at your favorite local bookseller, Barnes & Noble or Amazon

Coming Soon: Yay! My Celebration Journal

Big news, friends! Our newest journal will be available Nov. 5. Inspired by kids who love even the smallest celebrations, Yay! suggests creative ways for celebrating special days like Static Electricity Day, National Backwards Day, Measure Your Feet Day, Hug Your Cat Day and many more. It’s chock full of activities, adventures, experiments, and writing prompts. Also inside are tear-out postcards (for Send a Card to a Friend Day), rainbow stickers (for Find a Rainbow Day) and a Yay Days perpetual calendar poster marked with 130 holidays and stickers to customize your own celebration schedule.

Pick up Yay! from your favorite local bookseller, or pre-order from Amazon today.


Introducing: Write On!

Our newest fill-in journal hits the shelves today! We created Write On: My Story Journal to help kids (ages 6-11) fall in love with writing.

A learning tool disguised in fun, it’s full of helpful tips and quirky prompts to inspire all kinds of stories — poems, comics, song lyrics and narratives — true ones, made-up ones, and are-you-kidding-me ridiculous ones. The journal includes a tear-out story card game to get creativity flowing, and two sheets of bookplate stickers that kids can stick into their favorite reads.

Like the other Wee Society journals, when it’s complete, Write On becomes a one-of-a-kind keepsake that kids will be proud to share.

Write On is published by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of Penguin Random House. It’s available from Amazon and your local book sellers.

Coming Soon: Write On: My Story Journal

A brand new book from Wee Society is available for presale! We created Write On: My Story Journal to help kids fall in love with writing. 

It’s filled with helpful tips, inspiring illustrations and silly prompts for writing poems, comics, song lyrics, tall tale and more. And it includes a Wee story card game to get the stories rolling.

Write On will be released on August 20, just in time to get creative juices flowing for the school year.

Wanna Hear A Joke?


Big news: we have a book coming out soon! Wee Hee Hee is a collection of pretty funny jokes and pictures, available September 18. Perfect for little comedians to practice their funny stuff, this over-sized volume has tips for just-right joke telling and a spot for recording people’s reactions. Research shows that telling jokes isn’t just silly — it’s also linked to higher intelligence, creativity, sociability, empathy, and self-esteem in kids. 

You can pre-order yours today!

Spotted: Go! on Oh Joy! and Cup of Jo

We spotted our newest adventure journal on two blogs this week. Oh Joy! put together a list of "Travel Must-Haves with Kids" which includes lots of useful tips, just in time for spring break. A Cup of Jo shares why Go! is "A Genius Kids' Book for Trips." Her son Toby said "I would like to fill it out in a plane or car or rental house. I would fill it out in all of them!” You can pre-order your own copy today on Amazon or buy it locally after March 27th.

Photo credit: A Cup of Jo

Introducing: A Box of Awesome Things Matching Game

You know what’s awesome? Fireflies. Lava. Tacos. Yellow. 

Wee Society’s compilation of awesome things is now available as a matching game. It features some of the world’s most universally awesome (but perhaps overlooked) things: masking tape, tunnels, elbows, nests and more. The game was designed to boost kids’ vocabulary, exercise working memory and spark silly conversations about what kids think is awesome. 

The game comes with 20 pairs of cards – including one blank pair so kids can create their own addition. What’s not included: things that are NOT awesome, like cavities, garbage or splinters. It’s designed for all ages. Beginners can take out a few pairs, and work their way up to using all 40 cards.



A Box of Awesome Things is available from book sellers nationwide, and on Amazon. Fans of awesome things: Also check out our Incomplete Book of Awesome Things (watch the book trailer) and Incomplete List of Awesome Things art print, available at art.com.