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- 192 dot-matrix/dot-grid pages.
- 25% heavier paper than other leading brands.
- 100-gsm acid-free/archival paper preserves your work.
- For planning, designing, sketching, and creating charts and graphs.
- Ideal for bullet journaling and other dynamic note-taking methods.
From the Publisher
Essentials Dot Matrix Notebook, A5 size
For sketching, designing, bullet journaling, and more.
Ready for Action
Durable cover material resists stains, moisture, and tearing.
Elastic band attached to the back cover keeps notebook closed securely in your bag or pocket.
(Cover band is removable).
Versatile Dot-Grid Interior
Light gray 5-mm dot grid provides ideal structure for bullet journaling, other types of visual note-taking, sketching, and standard writing.
A black ribbon bookmark lets you pick up right where you left off.
Tough stitched binding.
Essentials Notebooks all but eliminate bleed-through in standard use.
Pens and fine-line markers lay down crisp ink without feathering.
Colored pencil shows up vividly.
Graphite erases cleanly with light pressure.
Inside back-cover pocket holds tickets, receipts, business cards, stamps, stickers, and any other flat items you want to keep handy.
Sturdy, streamlined black hardcover binding combines sophistication with practicality.
Grid-patterned paper can do it all, from bullet journaling and sketching, to designing, to everyday writing.
Archival quality pages preserve your work.
The only limit—your creativity
A light gray 5mm dot grid interior lets you structure each page however you like. Then sketch or write outside the lines.
Essentials Dot Matrix Notebook
192 dot-grid pages
Sleek black hardcover binding
Heavyweight paper—no bleed-through
Classic A5 size (21.0 cm x 14.8 cm, 5-1/2” x 8”).
Elastic band closure
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.