What Good Shall I Do This Day?
This journal, used on Benjamin Franklin's, invites modern diarists to contemplate the good they can do in their everyday lives using his own daily questions.
Original 1951 Notebooks - Pocket Size
A mini version of the classic notebook first made in that year by its renowned French manufacturer.
Twelve Subject Graph Notebook with Tabs
A one-stop organizational tool for multiple ongoing projects; multi-colored graph paper, twelve sections, with tabs.
Mark Twain Sterling Silver Cuff
"To believe yourself brave is to be brave; it is the one only essential thing."
Matilda Pillow Cover
Roald Dahl’s glorious heroine, surrounded by the precious books through which “She travelled all over the world while sitting in her little room in an English village.”
This is my Bookstore: 100 Postcards
Each of these 100 postcards features a photograph of a notable international bookstore. Together, they are a peek-in-the-door visual tour that will tantalize any bibliophile.
What good shall I do this day? Cuff Bracelet
Benjamin Franklin began each day by asking himself, in the pages of his journal, "What good shall I do this day?” and returned, at the end of the day, to ask himself the “evening question”: “What good have I done to- day?”
Shakespeare's Britain 1000-Piece Puzzle
The beautiful image on this 1,000-piece puzzle is a pictorial map of Britain as it was in 1583, with the geographical settings of Shakespeare’s history plays labeled.