Let your thoughts flow with these lovely, impeccably crafted notebooks, perfect for all your important note-taking & sparks of inspirations.
Illustrated by Athens, GA cartoonist Eleanor Davis, her work includes the graphic novel for kids The Secret Science Alliance and the Copycat Crook (created with husband Drew Weing), and the recently released short comics for adults How To Be Happy. Davis's unique sensibility has also appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times and more.
Available in a handy three-pack; 32 blank pages each. Perfect for aspiring writers & poets everywhere. And reindeer lovers.
- 32 blank pages per notebook
- Size: 3.5" x 5"
- Manufactured with 100% recycled papers, vegetable based inks, and equipment powered by renewable energy. Archival papers are made in the states of Washington and Wisconsin using post-consumer recycled paper; inks locally milled in Portland.
- Designed, edited, project-managed, printed, bound & packaged in Portland, Oregon.
- Made in USA
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