Boku Books Tree-Free Journals


Pros: Tree-free, nice texture to the paper

I've been using my Boku Book for a couple of months now.  I've got one of the notebooks that's bound at the top with rings and flips over kind of like a legal pad (rather than like a book).  The cover is a pretty maroon with some nice little details on it.  Texture wise, I really like the paper.  It's made with archival text paper that's a blend of tree-free fiber and recycled material.  Boku also give 10% of their profits to environmental groups, so that's a bonus.  It's a little expensive if you're just using it as a notebook (I take notes in it during work meetings and make my to-do lists in it)...but I'd definitely recommend it if you're looking for something a little nicer or maybe as a journal.  All in all, I'm really happy I have it.  It's definitely much nicer than your standard notebook from Office Max.
Boku Books Tree-Free Journals

Boku Books are made with an archival text paper that is a blend of tree-free paper and recycled materials. Boku Books returns 10% of their profits to environmental gorups that work to conserve and restore the earth's natural resources. Blank 6 x 9 Paperback Journals Blank, Lined and Gridded 6 x 9 Softcase smythe-sewn Journals Blank 2 x 3.5 Boku Books 100% kenaf wirebound Art Paper Surface art designs by illustrator Bud Peen Highest quality covers in a variety of rich colors, textures and finishes The acid-free text paper that we use in our books was manufactured exclusively for Boku Books. It is a beautiful cream color and has a vellum surface that is exceptional to write or sketch on.

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TypeJournal or notebook
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