Rugged Mountains Reading Journal - Book Review Journal

$34.95

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Immerse yourself in the world of literature with this thoughtfully designed and meticulously crafted reader's companion, perfect for book enthusiasts like you.

Crafted with care and attention to detail, our journal boasts a practical and aesthetically pleasing design. The spiral binding ensures ease of use, allowing you to flip through the pages effortlessly. The journal's outer dimensions measure a generous 9"x11," making it a substantial yet manageable addition to your bookshelf or bag. Within, you'll find 40 pages, each printed front and back with the same review prompts, giving you space to record your thoughts and reflections on 160 books. Our reader's journal is an invaluable tool to capture your impressions, insights, and emotions as you dive into the literary masterpieces that inspire you.

Quality is of the utmost importance to us, which is why each page is printed on super smooth 65 lb cover stock. This not only provides a luxurious writing experience but also ensures the durability of your journal as it becomes a cherished keepsake of your literary journey.

The front and back covers are crafted from heavy white chipboard, ensuring sturdiness and protection for your precious journal. The cover features a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson and a rustic mountain scene. Printed on recycled kraft label sheeting.

Whether you're an avid reader, a dedicated book reviewer, or simply someone who revels in the beauty of literature, our Jane Austen Book Review Reader's Journal is the perfect companion to your reading journey. Cherish the memories of each book, reflect on your literary encounters, and celebrate the magic of storytelling with this remarkable journal.

WHY NOT MAKE IT A GIFT SET? ORDERING OPTIONS:
• Choose one of the following from the dropdown "Options" menu before adding it to the cart:
1. ”Just Journal” - to order a plain, not personalized journal, no bookplates
2. “Journal + bookplates”- adds one set of 5 blank bookplates. See more details on bookplates here.