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Traveling by covered wagon, young Rachel and her family follow the Oregon Trail from Illinois all the way to California. The terrain is rough and the seven-month trip is filled with adventure. Rachel's own handwritten journal chronicles every detail and features cherished "pasted-in" mementos gathered along the way.
'All the World's A Stage' is one of the stationery series: 'Shakespeare Notebook Journals'.
This 6" x 9" notebook has a chic, matte-finish, grey cover featuring an illustration of a pair of theatre curtains with the Shakespearean quote, from "As You Like It", "All the World's A Stage".
The elegant journal consists of 100 ruled pages of cream paper and is a great addition to anyone's stationery collection.
- Makes a great personal journal for writing down your daily thoughts or for jotting down notes and ideas.
- 100 lined, opaque, cream pages.
- 6"x9" 15.2cm wide x 22.9 cm high.
- Smooth paper that is perfect for pens or pencils.
- A great gift for any actor, actress, backpacker or travel writer.
- Great for journaling or can be used as a blank diary.
- A wonderful back to school supply - exercise book.
Keep a poignant memoir of all the great little diners you have visited in your travels!
If you’re going to learn about shapes, why not do it in the exciting land of Egypt? Egypt’s Great Sphinx, pyramids, and camels all come to life in this new board book by graphic designer Misti Kenison. Toddlers will learn basic shapes such as triangles, hexagons, and circles with bright, geometric spreads while getting a flavor for Egypt’s rich and fascinating culture. Traveling to foreign places has never been so colorful, or educational, for young children before!
Joseph Pulitzer founded the Pulitzer Prizes and was one of the most talented publishers in American history. For the last twenty years of his life, he wanted to transform journalism into a profession much like medicine and law. In this book, first published by Columbia University in 1904, Pulitzer explained his vision for university-level schools of journalism. A classic in the history of journalism, it is an excellent and thought-stimulating resource for those wanting to understand just what it means to be a journalist.
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