Decomposition Printed Notebook

  • Details

    This charming new spin on the classic composition notebook is the perfect place to jot down all your thoughts, lists, recipes, or even your next great novel. These notebooks are made from acid-free recycled paper and printed with soy ink, and creativity abounds in a range of quirky and sophisticated cover prints to inspire any writer.

    • 100% acid-free recycled paper, soy ink
    • 80 Sheets (160 pages), college-ruled
    • 7.5" x 9.75"
    • Made in the USA
  • Why we chose it

    These notebooks are made of 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper, manufactured in a mill powered by methane captured from a local landfill, and printed with soy ink that contains fewer VOCs than regular petroleum-based ink. Since 1949, Michael Roger has been a family-run and -owned company in Brooklyn, New York, which strives to make many of its products with recycled, repurposed, and sustainable materials.

  • Meet The Creator

    Since 1949, Michael Roger has been a family-run and owned company in Brooklyn, New York. Founded by the great-grandfather of the current owner, they’ve been making trendsetting, unique lines of journals, notebooks, and sketchbooks for over half a century. Michael Roger strives to be eco-friendly, making many of their products with recycled, repurposed, and sustainable materials.

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Decomposition Printed Notebook

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  • 100% acid-free recycled paper printed with soy ink
  • Quirky, sophisticated designs to inspire any writer
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· Rodale's Store
My boyfriend's 8-year-old son is mesmerized by dinosaurs, and you would not believe how the dad caters to this obsession... museums, special traveling exhibits, movies, national dinosaur parks, books, magazines... so I'm throwing in a dinosaur-themed notebook - ha ha!
Delana B on Aug 4, 2014
Nice looking book.
Matthew D on Jul 10, 2014
Because it was super cute and inexpensive
Darcy S on Mar 4, 2014