Evening Sky Journals

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Evening Sky Journal

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ISBN : 1950400212
Genre : Literary Collections
File Size : 43.89 MB
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This scenic personal diary features 97 blank wide ruled pages perfect for logging your thoughts, memories, and ideas. The cover features a unique photograph of a beautiful evening sky, making it perfect for every lover of nature. At 5"x7", your journal is easy to carry with you, and your contact information can be entered on the front page so your journal will never be lost. Personal Journal - 100 pages - All Ages. Cover and interior design by Kevin Moyers.
Category: Literary Collections

Evening Sky Journals

Author : Space Aesthetic
ISBN : 1086435680
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File Size : 49.62 MB
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These paperback, lightweight journals are perfect for your school or personal needs. Whether you are taking notes, doodling or making a DIY planner - this is a wonderful tool for you. They are small for travel, measuring only 7.44" by 9.69", while still being large enough to write in. They are approximately the size of a composition book. This journal includes 200 pages (100 sheets) to start bringing your visions to life. There are also many different interiors and covers to choose from as well. We feature a variety of space and galaxy themed designs. Please click our author name, Space Aesthetic, to see our entire lineup.

Himalayan Journals

Author : Joseph Dalton Hooker
ISBN : BCUL:1092449057
Genre : Himalaya Mountains
File Size : 33.24 MB
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Category: Himalaya Mountains

Journals Of Dorothy Wordsworth

Author : William Knight
ISBN : UOM:39015013244200
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 83.70 MB
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Sunday, August 28th.—We were desirous to have crossed the mountains above Glengyle to Glenfalloch, at the head of Loch Lomond, but it rained so heavily that it was impossible, so the ferryman engaged to row us to the point where Coleridge and I had rested, while William was going on our doubtful adventure. The hostess provided us with tea and sugar for our breakfast; the water was boiled in an iron pan, and dealt out to us in a jug, a proof that she does not often drink tea, though she said she had always tea and sugar in the house. She and the rest of the family breakfasted on curds and whey, as taken out of the pot in which she was making cheese; she insisted upon my taking some also; and her husband joined in with the old story, that it was "varra halesome." I thought it exceedingly good, and said to myself that they lived nicely with their cow: she was meat, drink, and company. Before breakfast the housewife was milking behind the chimney, and I thought I had seldom heard a sweeter fire-side sound; in an evening, sitting over a sleepy, low-burnt fire, it would lull one like the purring of a cat.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Appletons Journal

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ISBN : PRNC:32101064472333
Genre : American literature
File Size : 41.44 MB
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Category: American literature

Exploration British North America The Journals Detailed Reports And Observations Relative To The Exploration By Captain Palliser Of That Portion Of British North America Which In Latitude Lies Between The British Boundary Line And The Height Of Land Or Watershed Of The Northern Or Frozen Ocean Respectively And In Longtitude Between The Western Shore Of Lake Superior And The Pacific Ocean During The Years 1857 1858 1859 And 1860

Author : John Palliser
ISBN : HARVARD:32044072258833
Genre : Canada
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Category: Canada

Louisa May Alcott Her Life Letters And Journals

Author : Louisa May Alcott
ISBN : CORNELL:31924021985985
File Size : 43.65 MB
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Truly one of the most remarkable women of the nineteenth century, Alcott spent part of her childhood in an experimental Utopian community, received lessons from Henry David Thoreau and Nathaniel Hawthorne, served as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War, and became one of America's most beloved writers by penning an impressive collection of children's tales, novels, and essays. In this 1889 work, Ednah D. Cheney takes an in-depth look at Alcott's life, piecing together her biography with excerpts from her journals and personal correspondence. Alcott's journal entries, in particular, showcase her wit and sharpness with gems like "Stories simmered in my brain, demanding to be writ; but I let them simmer, knowing that the longer the divine afflatus was bottled up the better it would be."