Princeton Architectural Press' Observer's Notebooks on astronomy, trees, and weather, have won praise for their unique combination of a beautiful journal aesthetic with useful lab-notebook-like information.
What can you do with a box of baking soda? A half of a lemon? The answers are myriad and extend far beyond the kitchen. The fourth title in our Observer's Notebook series, Home features 160 pages of lined paper, along with useful charts and drawings. Whether you need a guide to canning and pickling, or a handy chart of kitchen knives, Home blends compelling and practical information with a plentiful assortment of lined pages for writing, recording, journaling and list-making.
• 160 pages
Whether you want to make a tree map of your yard, identify a tree by its leaves and bark, or create your own naturalist's notebook, the Observer's Notebook: Trees is the perfect tool. Filled with useful and beautiful charts of shapes, leaves, stems, and fruit to help you name a tree, this durable notebook also features ruled pages and blank maps to create your own tree census or simply reflect on the beauty of the planet's longest-living, grandest organisms.
• 160 pages