New York City NYC Manhattan USA Daily Notebook Journal Diary Notepad
Author: Dms Books
Pubpsher: Independently Published
You'll love this Central Park Notebook Amazing quality book that makes an ideal gift for friends and family. Perfect book to write in daily, take notes and jot down ideas. 110 lightly-lined writing pages provide plenty of writing and doodle space. Compact size: 6'' wide x 9'' high; fits in most purses, backpacks, and totes. Acid-free archival-quality paper takes pen or pencil beautifully. Durable matte, sturdy paperback cover, perfectly bound, for an expert finish. The cover is professionally designed and the interior is high quality 60# stock. DMS Books prides itself on providing a wide variety of useful journals, notebooks and diaries for every occasion. This design is also available with plain lined, Cornell note taking system, college ruled, dot grid, story board, planner, calendar and doodle sketchbook interiors... plus many more. Please enjoy your purchase. xxx
Small Lined New York City Notebook / Travel Journal to Write in (6'' X 9'')
Author: City Freedom Press
Central Park This Classic and Minimalist notebook is a wonderful multi-purpose journal for sketching, writing Notes and Jotting down thoughts. I personally love New York and this Notebook/Travel Journal is a great way to prove it! Small daily diary / journal / notebook to write in, for creative writing, for creating lists, for Scheduling, Organizing and Recording your thoughts. Makes an excellent gift idea for birthdays, Christmas or any special occasion (and Sunset Lovers). Perfectly sized at 6" x 9" 120 page Softcover bookbinding Flexible Paperback
Release on 2014-06-25 | by Roger Williams,Fabrice Moireau
Author: Roger Williams,Fabrice Moireau
Pubpsher: Editions Didier Millet
New York City Notebook features over 50 drawings and watercolours by artist Fabrice Moireau, who turns his keen eye and delicate brush to recording the enchanting architecture of this fascinating city. The perfect gift for stationery lovers and art enthusiasts alike.
McCandlish Phillips, whose by-line has been familiar to readers of The New York Times since 1955, has looked into just about every corner of the city and has written about nearly every aspect of its life. New York is not the same city today as it was yesterday. You cannot set foot in the same New York twice. Yet you can capture its momentary essence in City Notebook. One of the best metropolitan reporters of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s has brought together his best pieces on the City’s life. You will learn, for example, about the “rainbow rain” that sometimes falls on the City, about the Great Bee Roundup, the Case of the Garrulous Parrot, the Small World of Melvin Krulewitch, and the fate of the Gowanus Canal. The reality of New York is made up of millions of such instances, a mosaic of people, places, and things. The ones in this book have been chosen because they are compulsively fascinating, utterly irreplaceable, or just very funny. Gay Talese has called McCandlish Phillips “one of the best reporters” on The Times. People who know his byline relish his crisp style and dry wit.
Learn how to build a healthy relationship with fear. No matter what you may be confronting in your life - health issues, financial stresses, family dramas, or any of a host of other seemingly insurmountable problems - chances are that fear is a constant refrain. Friendly Fear Notebook offers a fresh, proven approach to dealing with fear that will change your life; make fear your ally.
Notebooks of a Middle-School Princess is the first in a funny, heart-warming illustrated Princess Diaries series by Meg Cabot. Olivia Grace is completely average. Or so she thinks . . . until Her Royal Highness, Princess Mia Thermopolis turns up at her school one day and whisks Olivia away to New York City! In a limo, no less! Where you can eat all the cookies you want and the ceiling lights up pink and purple – like a disco! But discovering that your father is actually the Prince of Genovia is quite a shock. Especially since it means you're a descendant of the Kingdom of Genovia, and a princess. Olivia's got a lot to learn about her long-lost family – and everyone's got a lot to learn about her! Olivia chronicles her transformation from ordinary girl to princess in her notebook, with illustrations from author Meg Cabot, who studied Fine Arts as an undergraduate.
Release on 2007-06-01 | by Walt Whitman,William White
Daybooks, 1876-november 1881
Author: Walt Whitman,William White
Pubpsher: NYU Press
Category: Literary Collections
General Series Editors: Gay Wilson Allen and Sculley Bradley Originally published between 1961 and 1984, and now available in paperback for the first time, the critically acclaimed Collected Writings of Walt Whitman captures every facet of one of America's most important poets. Daybooks and Notebooks is an invaluable source for reference on Whitman's daily activities. This sixteen-year record supplements the biographical information provided in the six volumes of Whitman’s Correspondence, functioning as an account book, diary, journal, commonplace book, and notebook all in one. When Whitman began to keep them, the Daybooks were a personal record of predominantly business matters. As William White wrote in the introduction, “He was not only the author but the publisher of his works: he was likewise his own business manager, ship, and promoter. Whatever records he kept, of his sales and distribution, of printing and binding figures, of poetry and prose he sent to newspapers and magazines . . . he entered on the right-hand pages.” Volume I thus offers a rare look at Whitman as a businessman, tending as much to practical matters as to art.