Goin' Green

In honor of Earth Day tomorrow, the Wordcandy Staff is devoting this week to reviewing the coolest, most Earth-friendly books--everything from memoirs to cookbooks to straight-up fiction.

We're kicking things off with a link to Ex Libris Anonymous, a company that makes gorgeous blank journals out of recycled books. Each one of their journals is unique, filled with about 75 sheets of acid-free, quality sketching paper, features a few pages salvaged from the original text (cover pages, illustrations, library cards, inscriptions, or whatever), and is held together with a black plastic spiral.

They cost a very reasonable $13, and think about the extra mojo they'd give to that novel you've always meant to write. After all, if a book called The Triplets Sign Up can get published, don't you think that you could, too?
Posted by: Julianka


21 Apr, 2008 06:01 PM @ version 0

This books look great! Certainly a throwback to my youth. But one has to wonder--are the blank pages made of recycled paper also?

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