|Product Dimensions||13.34 x 1.91 x 21.91 cm; 371.95 Grams|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||S33193|
|Item Weight||372 g|
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Moleskine Passion Books Journal (Moleskine Srl) (Moleskine Passions)
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- Hard Cover and spine with themed debossing, rounded corners, elastic closure
- 3 ribbon bookmarks, double expandable pocket, and tabbed sections to guide your notetaking. 240 pages.
- Ivory coloured 70 gm acid free paper.
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This title is part of the new "Passions" range from Moleskine. Centreing on the 6 big passions of the world (recipes, wine, music, books, wellness and film), Moleskine now offers this range of 6 notebooks specifically tailored to each passion. "Books" features alphabetically organised sections to personalise, 6 blank sections to be filled in as desired, blank pages, a complimentary bookmark and 202 adhesive labels to further personalise the notebook. It also features acid-free paper and a double expandable inner pocket.
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What is so appealing about this particular journal is that it is so well produced. At the very beginning, there is a section for planning events - I have used it for making a note of any literary festivals that I am interested in, but you could also use it to record the dates of your book club. Following this, there is then the main section where you record the novels that you have read. These are organised alphabetically - I have decided upon listing them alphabetically by their title. For each book, you are able to record title, author, author's nationality, publisher, date that you read it, original language, quotes and your own opinions, to name but a few. You are also able to award each book a star rating. Following this, there is then a section of blank spaces, before 7 totally blank pages to end. The covers are sturdy, and the pages are of good quality; I haven't tried using a fountain pen, so can't comment on whether there would be any bleeding through to the next page. On the inside of the back cover, there is a concertina compartment, which contains labels: these could be utilised for the two end sections, as the labels are a mix of headings such as "Events", "Online Bookshops", "My Library" etc., as well as smaller labels which have things like "love this!", "wish list" or pictures of stars etc. The finishing touch is that the journal has 3 ribbon markers, so you can easily mark different sections all at once.
Overall, this is a very well designed, and well created book journal. For anyone who loves reading, this would make a great gift. It is an easy way to organise and record your thoughts, discoveries and events relating to literature.
Solid cover, very glad I went with this rather than cheaper ones
The little tabs to separate starters, desserts etc are useful, and I particularly like the blank tabs you can customise yourself. The paper and the cover are of very good quality, and the book as a whole looks great. It also has an index at the back, and little stickers you can use that say things like 'Favorite!' 'Delicious!' and 'Thumbs down' (although if you don;t like a dish, don't put it in the book).
It also has very useful compartments into which you can put newspaper clippings, takeaway menues etc. I'm very pleased with this, and will hopefully keep filling it up for the rest of my life.
This is a very carefully thought out and well designed journal to jot down (and find) recipes, from friends, TV or in magazines.
The embossed cover is attractive and there is plenty of room to add numerous recipes, (in particular as you go onto the Moleskine website to print off additional pages.
Other reviewers have given detailed descriptions of the number of pages per section, I would just add this is a very well made, well thought out and thoroughly useful journal. Mine is filling up, has clippings in it and extra pages, and the more used it gets, the more I love it.