AVAILABLE IN HARD AND SOFT COVER
12cm x 17cm
Acid free paper
192 cream colored and lightly lined uncoated pages with complementary art
A valued companion piece for thinkers, writers and artists to record their thoughts, notes, and sketches, these blank journals include intriguing quotes and unique illustrations from literary classics.
Presented on acid free, cream colour paper, to archival quality standards, the stitch-bound and lined pages of Publikum notebooks are a convenient canvas for personal creativity. Available in hardcover editions.
ДОСТАПНИ СО МЕКА И ТВРДА КОРИЦА
12cm x 17cm
Без киселинска хартија
192 крем обоени и лесно обложени страници со линии и комплементарна уметност
Ова е ценовно придружно дело за мислителите, писателите и уметниците да ги документираат своите мисли, белешки и скици, овие празни нотеси вклучуваат интригантни цитати и уникатни илустрации од книжевните класици.
Презентирани на без киселинска хартија во боја, според архивски стандарди за квалитет, врзани за бод и со страници со линии, тетратките Публикум се погодно платно за лична креативност. Достапно во изданија со тврд корица.
“Never trust people who promise to make you rich in a day. They are generally crazy swindlers”
“A conscience is that still small voice that people won’t listen to.”
“Hunger is the best cook.”
“Most unfortunately, in the lives of puppets there is always a ‘but’ that spoils everything.”
“What matters school? We can go to school to-morrow. Whether we have a lesson more or a lesson less, we shall always remain the same donkeys.”
“Would it be possible to find a more ungrateful boy, or one with less heart than I have!”
“Woe to those who lead idle lives. Idleness is a dreadful illness and must be cured in childhood. If it is not cured then, it can never be cured.”
“In the Land of Toys, every day, except Sunday, is a Saturday. Vacation begins on the first of January and ends on the last day of December. That is the place for me! All countries should be like it! How happy we should all be!”
“Lies, my dear boy, can easily be recognized. There are two kind of them: those with short legs, and those with long noses. Your kind have long noses.”
“After they had gone another mile, Pinocchio heard the same little low voice saying to him:
‘Bear it in mind, simpleton! Boys who refuse to study, and turn their backs upon books, schools, and masters, to pass their time in play and amusements, sooner or later come to a bad end… I know it by experience… and I can tell you. A day will come when you will weep as I am weeping now… but then it will be too late!…’
On hearing these words whispered very softly, the puppet, more frightened than ever, sprang down from the back of his donkey and went and took hold of his mouth.
Imagine his surprise when he found that the donkey was crying… and he was crying like a boy!”
“Don’t trust to those who promise to make you rich in a day. Usually they are either mad or rogues!”