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2 Pack Writing Journal

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Achieve Your Goals Journal (USED)

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Arabesque Satin Journal

Arabesque Satin Journal

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Weave the fabric of your adventure between these lines!

With a beautiful satin cover, this writing journal offers 144 pages to record all your latest adventures. Fill each lined space with thoughts, lists, daily activities, or your next best-seller! A pocket on the inside back cover keeps mementos in check, and the elastic band will hold everything together. It's compact and fits easily in a purse or briefcase, so you'll never be without a place to jot things down.

Artworks Journal (USED)

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Back to Hogwarts Harry Potter Pocket Journal

Back to Hogwarts Harry Potter Pocket Journal

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Plan your enchanting return to HOGWARTSTM with this adorable pocket journal. Featuring fun graphics inspired by the HARRY POTTERTM films, this journal lies flat when open and includes 192 ruled pages, a ribbon placeholder, an elastic band, and a back pocket for storing keepsakes and mementos.

Barack Obama Notebook

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Be Anti-Racist; A Journal for Reflection and Action

Be Anti-Racist; A Journal for Reflection and Action

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Reflect on your understanding of race and discover ways to work toward an antiracist future with this guided journal from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist and Stamped from the Beginning.

Antiracism is not a destination but a journey--one that takes deliberate, consistent work. Ibram X. Kendi's concept of antiracism has reenergized and reshaped the conversation about racial justice in America and pointed us toward new ways of thinking about ourselves and our society. Whether or not you've read How to Be an Antiracist, this stunning paperback journal offers the opportunity to reflect on your personal commitment to antiracism. Be Antiracist is both a confessional and a log of your journey toward a more equitable and just society.

Be Antiracist helps you reflect on topics such as body, power, class, gender, and policy, as well as specific questions like, "Who or what scares you the most when you think about race?" and "How can we go about disconnecting Blackness from criminality?" and "What constitutes an American to you?" Kendi's multipronged approach to self-reflection will challenge you to make change in yourself and your community, and contribute to an antiracist future.

Grandma, Tell Me Your Story: A Guided Journal (USED)

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Heartstrings of Laughter and Joy (USED)

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This beautiful tribute puts love and admiration into words--for a mother's priceless investment of her love and life that can never be repaid, yet can be honored and cherished. With a page in back to write your tribute to your mother.

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Paula Deen's Kitchen Wisdom and Recipe Journal (USED)

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Hey there, y'all!

My favorite recipes came direct from my momma and grandmommas. I just love goin' through all the recipe cards they passed on to me and readin' their handwritten notes; it makes me remember our good times in the kitchen, gathered round the table. Sometimes, though, I need a little remindin' when it comes to writin' down my own recipes and recollections, so I've put together this darlin' little journal to get me (and you) started recordin'. I know I never forget a meal, but I also know that Jamie and Bobby aren't always listenin' to what I'm tellin' 'em.

So for you and the boys, I've included some tried-and-true recipes and some of my hard-learned tricks for gettin' out of culinary scrapes -- and Lord, honey, have there been a few. Whether it is a real disaster -- the boss and his wife are comin' over and the kitchen is full of smoke (no shame in servin' some takeout) -- or just an everyday bump in the road -- your husband didn't hear the buzzer, and the cake got a little dry in the oven (let some sugar water soak into those layers, and no one will know the difference) -- I've got your answer. Just get cookin' and let loose: nothin' makes memories like the smell of home-cooked meals. Jot down your ingredients and your musings, cut out a recipe card or two to share with friends, keep track of who came to dinner, who liked what, and who laughed the loudest; remember the good times and learn from the bad. Like I always say, there's not much in life you can't learn in the kitchen.

Paula Deen