Bibliophile Reader's Journal: (Gift for Book Lovers, Journal for Readers and Writers) (Diary)

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By Jane Mount (Illustrator)
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Description


Bibliophile Reader's Journal is the ultimate journal for book lovers.

This literary journal is packed with bookish art by bestselling author and illustrator Jane Mount of the popular Bibliophile line.

The pages include prompts to rate each book you finish
and take notes, as well as themed book recommendations to build out your reading list.

• A charming and practical way to keep track of your reading accomplishments
• Pairs wonderfully with Bibliophile by Jane Mount
• A unique gift for book lovers and writers

The Bibliophile Reader's Journal helps you record your reading progress and reflect on each book you complete.

Mount's iconic book-stack artwork has been featured by the likes of Brainpickings, The New Yorker, and Vogue.

• A wonderful gift for Goodreads users, voracious readers, booklovers, aspiring writers, book club members, librarians, English teachers, as well as fans of Bibliophile, Jane Mount, and Ideal Bookshelf
• Perfect as an add-on to Bibliophile for a sweet birthday or holiday gift, teacher gift, or a self-buy to treat yourself
• Great for those who loved I'd Rather Be Reading: The Delights and Dilemmas of the Reading Life by Anne Bogel, Book Love by Debbie Tung, and The Book Lover's Journal: My Personal Reading Record by Rene J Smith

About the Author


Jane Mount is an illustrator, designer, and founder of Ideal Bookshelf, a company that makes things for people who love books. She lives on Maui, in Hawaii.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781452167312
ISBN-10: 1452167311
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019
Pages: 128
Language: English

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