The Moleskine Pocket Ruled Notebook now comes in brilliant violet, for a burst of colour. The hard cover is bound in cardboard with rounded corners and a violet elastic enclosure and bookmark. The 192 ruled pages are made from acid-free, ivory coloured paper. The notebook includes a violet expandable inner pocket for loose notes and cards.
The Moleskine Large Ruled Notebook now comes in magenta, for a fresh burst of colour. The hard cover is bound in cardboard with rounded corners and a magenta elastic enclosure and bookmark. The 240 ruled pages are made from acid-free, ivory coloured paper. The notebook includes a magenta expandable inner pocket for loose notes and cards.
Presented in a flexible cardboard cover that houses the acid-free paper pages, this title features the thread stitching which is visible on the spine. It also features the back cover with a spacious pocket for notes or clippings. It contains the history of Moleskines.
The unpredictable origins and etymologies of our cracking Christmas customs For something that happens every year of our lives, we really don't know much about Christmas. We don't know that the date we celebrate was chosen by a madman, or that Christmas, etymologically speaking, means 'Go away, Christ'. Nor do we know that Christmas was first celebrated in 243 AD on 28 March - and only moved to 25 December in 354 AD. We're oblivious to the fact that the advent calendar was actually invented by a Munich housewife to stop her children pestering her for a Christmas countdown. And we would never have guessed that the invention of crackers was merely a way of popularizing sweet wrappers. Luckily, like a gift from Santa himself, Mark Forsyth is here to unwrap this fundamentally funny gallimaufry of traditions and oddities, making it all finally make sense - in his wonderfully entertaining wordy way.
Each book in this series contains 30 different postcards featuring the finest champion breeds or models, perforated for easy removal. Here are glamorous equines of all varieties from the diminutive Shetland to the elegant Morgan, and the muscular Clydesdale to the fancy British Spotted. These cards offer a lovely, quirky choice for sending to friends or family or you may fall in love with them and opt to keep them for yourself.