Dinosaur Bones A5 Softcover Notebook
This Dinosaur Bones A5 Softcover is ready for all your outdoor adventures. Use it to keep track of your findings, draft a prehistoric tale, or take beautiful lecture notes.
These convenient A5 notebooks are equally at home on your lab bench and in the field. The uniquely textured cover feels soft under your fingers and the sagebrush elastic closure keeps all your musings safe.
This notebook features alternating dotted lines and blank sketchbook pages, so you can take neatly organized notes and still have room to sketch and draw.
The Analysis series is built with high-quality 100% recycled paper and printed with soy inks, leaving a light footprint. The A5 size is perfect for note-taking and journaling, and these bold notebooks have brightly colored elastic closures and plenty of pages to let your thoughts run wild. With an advanced lay-flat binding and a gently textured cover, these journals are a pleasure to use and hold.
Be inspired to ask the right questions, connect the dots (even when they’re really far apart), and keep pushing humanity forward, so that tomorrow is always brighter than today.
The perfect gift for your lab partner. The perfect necessity for your work.
A5: 5.8" x 8.3" (148 x 210 mm)
|208 pages (104 sheets)|
|Paper Type||Blank & 7 mm dotted lines|
|Paper Weight||81 gsm|
|Paper Composition||100% recycled|
|Notebook Feature||Pages have colored edges|
|Origin||Designed in Oregon
Paper milled in Japan
Assembled responsibly in China
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Frequently Asked Questions
Well-crafted but wish there was a hardcover option available too!
I absolutely love Cognitive Surplus journals, and this journal is no exception. The paper quality is some of the best I've ever written on- the paper is deliciously smooth and my pen glides easily across the pages. I also really adore the lined/blank paper combo- I wasn't initially sure how I would feel about the alternating blank pages, but I've truly grown to love having both kinds of page formats within the same journal. My only complaint is that I *really* wish this journal also came in a hardcover option, as otherwise this is the perfect journal for me (well, to truly make it perfect I'd want a ribbon bookmark and an expandable pocket on the inside of the back cover as well, but hey... baby steps, right?). If only there were a crossover created between the Abstract and the Analysis... that would be my dream journal.