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 Notebook
Legend has it that this is the model notebook used by Julia Child to record her recipes when she was a student at the Cordon Bleu. (It made a cameo appearance in Nora Ephron's 2009 movie, “Julie & Julia.”)
Ex Libris Journal
This lightly lined clothbound journal features sixty full-color vintage bookplates, including those of luminaries such as Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Greta Garbo, Bing Crosby, Harry Houdini, Jacqueline Onassis, Edith Wharton, Robert Frost, and John Fowles.
The Proust Questionnaire has become a classic personality test; in answering the questions, an individual reveals aspects of her or his true nature.
Linen Flex Cover Notebook
This notebook is especially appropriate for those who carry their notebooks with them: flexible linen covers and rounded corners mean no bent corners or broken bindings.
Edward Gorey “Helpful Thought” Notebook
The helpful thought for which you look is hidden somewhere in a book
Edward Gorey “Well Read Woman” Journal
A well read woman is a dangerous creature