China - Small Notebook
The cover of this handy little smART bookx China Notebook is packed full of lucky Chinese symbols. The dragon brings good fortune to those who deserve it and the chinese characters for luck and happiness are featured on the front and back covers. Hidden within the twisted stems of the three lucky bamboos is the number eight considered auspicious in China because it sounds like the Chinese word for 'wealth'.
Great as a gift or a small treat for yourself.
Cover: Tough matte paperback.
Dimensions: 15.2 x 10.2 cm / 6 x 4 inches (roughly the length and width of an average ladys hand).
Interior: 60 pages of good quality white paper, all wide-ruled with 18 lines to a page. [Please note: This is a plain ruled notebook. There is no internal content pertaining to China. We advise customers to use the search inside facility before purchasing.]
Matching Products: A 5 x 8 inch notebook and a 6 x 9 inch journal. Search on 'China' and 'bookx' (don't forget the 'x').
Thanks for looking,
The smART bookx design team
Buy With Confidence Because Our Customers Love Our Stationery:
***** Gorgeous Notebook ... I am very pleased with this purchase. The picture on the cover is lovely and the paper inside takes the pen beautifully ... ideal for jotting down ideas and shopping lists. I would buy this brand again. (30 Jun 2014)
***** Very Nice ... Beautiful. My daughter loved them!!! (August 17, 2014)
***** Love the Van Gogh Notebook ... Loved it, keep it in my purse incase of creative impulses. (November 8, 2013)
**** Beautiful Book ... Awesome pictures on front and back ... It will be a nice journal (December 31, 2013)
***** Five Stars ... Great artwork, perfect size. (August 16, 2014)
***** Really Pretty Notebook ... My mom loved it ... Going to get The Best Dad in the World one for my dad at Christmas ... highly recommend. (July 1, 2014)
Out of ideas for the holidays?
- Notebook | 60 pages
- 101.6 x 152.4 x 3.56mm | 90.72g
- 23 Jul 2014
- Createspace Independent Pub
Black Friday Deals Week
Other books in this series
25 Jan 2007