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personalized graduation book

Title: Graduation Book

Price: $16.97

Brand: Create-A-Book®

Format: Hard Cover Book

Size: 7" x 8 1/2"


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Graduation Book - Personalized Keepsake Book

Add a personal touch to any graduation commencement. Whether they're finally getting their Masters Degree or simply graduating from preschool, This personalized graduation book is sure to stay on your bookshelf as a family keepsake.

Humorous, Traditional, Preschool or Kindergarten versions. Cover available in White or Navy.

Includes special plastic sleeves for your pictures.

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"Graduation"

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Graduation (Traditional Version)

This book has been written for you:

Lisa Ann Powers

on the occasion of your graduation from

Bronte High School

Congratulations on earning your

High School Diploma.

May 20, 2002

Graduation. The word has a feel to it. A feeling of accomplishment. A feeling that a long journey has come to an end, that an important chapter of life has come to a successful conclusion and that a whole new adventure is about to begin.

It seems such a long time ago that you first began to attend Bronte High School. Lisa, do you remember those first days when everything seemed so unfamiliar to you? You had entered a strange new world where everything was new, exciting, and often a little scary.

Certainly your experiences at Bronte High School were not all pleasant or easy. There were difficult courses, difficult assignments, and of course difficult exams. But nothing really important is accomplished without some share of difficulties. And these uncomfortable challenges each had their own distinct part to play in the development of your character, Lisa.

And now, from your perspective as a graduate, you look back at Bronte High School as a second home. Its hallways, its classrooms, its routines and traditions, its many sights and sounds; and the faces and voices of many special friends will remain with you for the rest of your life. Friends like Denia, Alysa, Lori, and Troy will always be remembered.

There are also those members of your family who believed in you, Lisa, and encouraged you all along the way: people like Jamie, Mom, Dad, Granny, and Grandpa. Your graduation is , of course, a happy event for them. But there is more to their pride than simply the happiness that comes from seeing success in someone they love. Theirs is the special pride that comes from being a part of that accomplishment.

And there were teachers whose faces and voices you will recall for a lifetime: teachers such as Mrs. Flanagan, Coach Bozarth, and Mr. King. What they have given you cannot be measured merely in terms of lesson plans and academic credits. They have broadened your horizons and contributed to your understanding and appreciation of life itself.

Many different things will be remembered about your graduation day - the weather, the sights and sounds, and the faces and voices of the formal gathering. But those who were there for your graduation will especially remember the proud Moment when the name “Lisa Powers” was announced. They watched with pride and delight as you came forward to receive your proper recognition.

May 20, 2002, is a day which will always hold a special place in the pages of your family's history, and in the minds and hearts of all those who care for you, Lisa, for that was the day that your accomplishment was recognized as complete. It was on that day that you earned your High School Diploma.

With Love From,

Mom & Dad

2002


#529 Graduation (Humorous Version)

This book has been written for you:

Lisa Ann Powers

on the occasion of your graduation from

Bronte High School

Congratulations on earning your

High School Diploma.

May 20, 2002

In the long, complicated unfolding of human history, there are a few events that stand out as incidents of world-shaping dimension. The discovery of the Americas. The first footsteps on the moon. The invention of the zipper.

Alongside these Momentous events, we must now place the graduation of Lisa Powers.

Lisa, there were those who said you couldn't do it. There were those who doubted your tenacity. There were those who thought you would never make it. There were those who said that Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Webb, and Mrs. Hamilton and the other teachers at Bronte High School were wasting their time.

But, what do those people know anyway? You earned your High School Diploma somehow.

It doesn't seem that long ago that you began to attend Bronte High School, does it Lisa? Well, all right. It does seem like a long time ago. Anyway, you knew from the beginning that there would be challenges. And you knew that some of those challenges would be quite enjoyable, others would be exhilarating, but did you have to make every one insurmountable?

And what about the challenges that friends like Denia, Alysa, Lori, and Troy faced dealing with you on a daily basis.

Fortunately, those challenges only served to strengthen you, to sharpen you, to propel you on to greatness, to bring out the true inner magnificence lying just below the surface in every member of your family. And once the challenges had all been met, it was time for your hard work to be recognized. Do you remember that Momentous day? It was almost as if the whole world stopped for a few Moments in grateful acknowledgment of your accomplishment. Well, Lisa, it was sort of like that.

May 20, 2002, the day of your graduation, will always be remembered with pride. Some family members, like Jamie, Mom and Daddy planned to witness the happy event. Of course, it all depended on whether there was a free lunch or not.

Your loved ones will never forget the proud Moment when the name “Lisa Powers” was announced. What a memorable Moment. A hush fell over the crowd. Heads turned as you made your way to the front. Hearts were filled with joy. Eyes were moist with tears. There was a lump in every throat. And you made your way forward with the grace and dignity for which you have always been know.

“Did Lisa graduate?” the people asked in surprise.

The spontaneous outburst of thunderous applause; the roar of approval; the standing ovation: it was a special Moment for everyone. Under the circumstances, it was particularly good that you only tripped once.

And then came the listing of your many accomplishments, and the bestowing of honors and awards too few to mention, even here. Of course, there were obvious ones. But we can't talk about them in print.

But then there were those others that made the day so special for all of us: awards that speak volumes about you, and bring to life in vivid colors your unique approach to the whole educational system: awards for unusual attendance patterns, creative assignment completion and for imaginative use of excuses.

What a rare list of accomplishments! What a graduation! What an important Moment in the history of civilization!

Just look at you Lisa! You're a graduate with a bright and exciting future. And just think, Lisa, the whole world lies at your doorstep. There's no telling what awaits you. Achievement. Fame. Honor. Prestige. Glory. Who knows? Maybe even a job!

With Love From,

Mom & Dad

2002


#529 Preschool Graduation

This book has been written for you:

James Ray Smith

on the occasion of your graduation from

Happy Trails Day Care.

Congratulations on earning your

Preschool Diploma

May 22, 2013

Graduation! This is a very important day for you, Jimmy. Your preschool years have come to an end and a whole new adventure is about to begin. You are about to start kindergarten.

It seems like only yesterday that you first began to attend Happy Trails Day . Jimmy, you may not remember those first days when everything seemed so unfamiliar to you. You had entered a strange new world where everything was new, exciting, and often a little scary.

Certainly your experiences at Happy Trails Day were not all pleasant or easy. There were many exciting new things to learn. You learned about letters and numbers, and about friendship and sharing. Sometimes these lessons were not easy to learn, but all these challenges had a part to play in shaping your young character, Jimmy.

And now, as you graduate, you look back at Happy Trails Day as a second home. Its routines and traditions, its many sights and sounds, and the faces of many special friends will remain with you for the rest of your life. Friends like Bobby, Johnny, and Tommy will always be remembered.

There are also those members of your family who believed in you, Jimmy, and encouraged you all along the way: people like Mommy, Daddy, Jennifer, and Anne. Your graduation is a happy event for them. But there is more to their pride than your being ready for kindergarten. Theirs is the special pride that comes from just being your family.

And there were teachers such as Mrs. Jones, who have helped you grow and helped prepare you for your next big step - kindergarten. This is a happy time for them, too, because they know they have done their job well. But it is also a sad time, because they will miss you very much.

Many different things will be remembered about your graduation day - the weather, the sights and sounds, and the faces and voices of the formal gathering. But those who were there for your graduation will especially remember the proud moment when the name "James Ray Smith" was announced. They watched with pride and delight as you came forward to receive your certificate.

May 22, 2013, is a day which will always hold a special place in the pages of your family's history, and in the minds and hearts of all those who care for you, Jimmy, for that was the day that your accomplishment was recognized as complete. It was on that day that you earned your Preschool Diploma.

Congratulations!!

With Love From,

Grandma and Grandpa

May 22, 2013


#529 Kindergarten Graduation

This book has been written for you:

James Ray Smith

on the occasion of your graduation from

Trailwood Elementary Kindergarten.

Congratulations on earning your

Kindergarten Diploma

May 22, 2014

This book has been written for you:

James Ray Smith

on the occasion of your graduation from Trailwood Elementary .

Congratulations on earning your

Kindergarten Diploma

May 22, 2014

Graduation! This is a very important day for you, Jimmy. Your kindergarten years have come to an end and a whole new adventure is about to begin. You are about to start 1st grade.

It seems like only yesterday that you first began to attend Trailwood Elementary. Jimmy, you may not remember those first days when everything seemed so unfamiliar to you. You had entered a strange new world where everything was new, exciting, and often a little scary.

Certainly your experiences at Trailwood Elementary were not all pleasant or easy. There were many exciting new things to learn. You learned about letters and numbers, and about friendship and sharing. Sometimes these lessons were not easy to learn, but all these challenges had a part to play in shaping your young character, Jimmy.

And now, as you graduate, you look back at Trailwood Elementary as a second home. Its routines and traditions, its many sights and sounds, and the faces of many special friends will remain with you for the rest of your life. Friends like Bobby, Johnny, and Tommy will always be remembered.

There are also those members of your family who believed in you, Jimmy, and encouraged you all along the way: people like Mommy, Daddy, Jennifer, and Anne. Your graduation is a happy event for them. But there is more to their pride than your being ready for 1st grade. Theirs is the special pride that comes from just being your family.

And there were teachers such as Mrs. Jones, who have helped you grow and helped prepare you for your next big step - 1st grade. This is a happy time for them, too, because they know they have done their job well. But it is also a sad time, because they will miss you very much.

Many different things will be remembered about your graduation day - the weather, the sights and sounds, and the faces and voices of the formal gathering. But those who were there for your graduation will especially remember the proud moment when the name "James Ray Smith" was announced. They watched with pride and delight as you came forward to receive your certificate.

May 22, 2014, is a day which will always hold a special place in the pages of your family's history, and in the minds and hearts of all those who care for you, Jimmy, for that was the day that your accomplishment was recognized as complete. It was on that day that you earned your Kindergarten Diploma.

Congratulations!!

With Love From,

Grandma and Grandpa

May 22, 2014

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