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- 160 lightly-lined writing pages provide plenty of space for personal reflection, sketching, or jotting down favorite quotes or poems.
- Acid-free archival paper takes pen or pencil beautifully.
- Inside back cover pocket for notes, receipts, etc.
- Coordinating elastic band keeps your place or keeps journal/diary closed.
- 5 inches wide x 7 inches high; fits in most purses, backpacks, and totes.
From the Publisher
Dusky Meadow Journal
A softly shimmering floral cover design and inviting interior pages make this Journal a pleasure to use.
Pen your wishes, whimsies, dreams, and plans within the pages of this lovely Dusky Meadow Journal
A beautiful journal
This gorgeous Journal features a floral pattern that stands out against a matte neutral background. Silver foil tracery illuminates the design. Raised embossing adds texture and dimension.
The silvery elastic band attached to the back cover will help you keep your place, or you can use it to keep your Journal closed.
160 pages to fill
Lightly lined writing pages provide plenty of space for personal reflection, creative writing, sketching, or jotting down favorite quotations or poems.
This Journal would also make a lovely diary. Its thick, quality, smooth-finish paper takes a variety of pens or pencils beautifully.
Inside back cover pocket
An extra touch a pocket inside the back cover to holds notes, reminders, business cards and more.
Soft slate-gray endsheets complement the Journal’s design.
Pretty Dusky Meadow Journal is perfect for writing on the go
A smaller size
Journal measures just 5 inches wide by 7 inches high; fits in most bags and backpacks.
Durable hardcover binding will stand up to long use.
Acid-free and archival-quality paper helps preserve your writing.
About this Journal:
160 lightly lined pages.
5 inches wide by 7 inches high.
Acid-free, archival paper.
Inside back cover pocket.
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter and later, his wife, Edna – sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy and our customers’ expectations of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, Mount Vernon, New York, circa 1948.