The World Needs More Love Letters

This book by: Hannah Brencher is actually not a book for reading. Instead it is a collection of All-in-One Stationery and Envelopes. Each page is both a lined page to write letters and an envelope. Simply tear out the page, write a letter, fold the page in half, moisten the glue strip and fold it over the letter, write the mailing address, and add a stamp! Then it is ready to send to the recipient! There are 40 of these pages and 40 sticker seals. On the inside covers, there are 40 suggested ideas for what to write in your letters. Some romantic, some to friends or family members, and some for personal reflection.

11083667_10206252238373997_159468354260121296_nI absolutely love the idea of the letter and envelope in one page. It is a  neat concept for stationary. There is nothing on the pages that distinguishes them as love letters so they can be used for any type of letters that you want to write. However, I was very disappointed with the colors and patterns used on the pages. The three main colors choices are salmon, yellow and grey. The designs in my opinion are ugly. I honestly do not know why these colors and designs were chosen for “love letter” stationary. I hope that more of these books are created but with much better color choices and designs to choose from.

In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission I am required to disclose that Crown Publishing Group provided this book for free in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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The World Needs More Love Letters All-In-One Stationary and Envelopes

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