Marine Animals Mini Hardcover - Dot Grid

$ 14.95

Swimming around the deep ocean blue cover of this notebook, you’ll find a jellyfish and a stingray, a squid and a whale, a starfish and a seashell. See how many marine animals you can identify, and sketch them in this hardcover journal. Perfect for afternoons spent exploring tide pools, or mornings on the lobster boat, this journal is perfect for all of your aquatic adventures. Gift it to your oceanography-loving friend, or use it for your marine biology notes. The possibilities are as vast as the sea.

Dimensions
4" x 6
Page Count
144 pages (72 sheets)
Paper Type 5mm Dot Grid
Paper Weight 81 gsm
Binding Hardcover
Paper Composition 100% recycled
Printing Soy-based ink

These pocket sized field books are 4" by 6" and feature 81 gsm paper. All our notebooks are designed in Portland, Oregon, USA, and are made responsibly overseas using eco-friendly soy inks and 100% recycled paper.

 

From the smallest details to the greatest discoveries, fill this journal with notes from any adventure.

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11/30/2020
Sarah N.
United States United States
Perfect

I bought it for my roommate who is a marine biology major, and she loved it. Great buy, wish I had gotten the larger one but I didn't have that kind of money.

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05/24/2019
Sophia C.
Incredibly practical!

This notebook functions very well in the field. The pages are very easy to scribble notes upon, and the book folds flat nicely (to prevent any difficulty in writing). The small size is very practical, and the notebook can be easily packed away into a pocket. The attractive printed cover is a wonderful bonus!

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