London doesn't really have anything like the Statue of Liberty which sits as well on the top of a pen. ... the company has a selection of stationery products ('We love stationery and we've made it more fun,' they say, almost suggesting ...
Author: James Ward
Publisher: Profile Books
We are surrounded by stationery: half-chewed Cristal Bics and bent paper clips, rubber bands to fiddle with or ping, blunt pencils, rubbers and Tipp-ex are integral parts of our everyday environment. So much so that we never think about where they come from, why they are the way they are - or what stories they might have to tell. But luckily, James Ward does and he's here to tell you all about the secret pull stationery exerts on our lives. After all, who remains unmoved by the sight of a pristine blu-tak slab, or the first unmarked sheet of a brand new notepad? And which of humanity's brightest ideas didn't start life on a scrap of paper, a Post-it, or in the margins of a notebook? Exploring the stories behind these everyday objects, Ward reveals tales of invention - accidental and brilliant - and bitter rivalry. He also asks the questions you never thought you had: Who is Mr Pritt? What does shatter-proof resistant mean? How many pens does Argos use? And what does design evolutions in desk organisers mean for society? This witty and entertaining book, packed with fascinating facts, will change the way you look at your desk, pencil case or stationery cupboard forever.
I Love Stationery is a luscious collection of some of our most interesting examples of illustration and design, from gift wrap to greetings cards, notebooks, journals, invitations and much more.
Author: Charlotte Rivers
Publisher: Jacqui Small
Despite digital technology dominating the way we communicate and record information, the stationery industry today is thriving, and is home to some of our most interesting examples of illustration and design. I Love Stationery is a luscious collection of the very best of these, from gift wrap to greetings cards, notebooks, journals, invitations and much more. Organised by technique, it covers hand-drawn illustrations, screen prints, letterpress, woodblock, digital illustration, calligraphy, spray paint, papercut, relief print and etchings. Each chapter begins with an explanation and tutorial on the specific technique featured, and includes an arresting array of lovely examples. Top tips and bite-sized interviews with stationery designers offer useful, practical advice on everything from paper choices to sustainability and how to approach manufacturers. Beautifully designed and in a gorgeous, take-anywhere small format, I Love Stationery is jam-packed with stunning notepaper, bags, wrapping paper and letter sets. It is a testament to the many designers and who’d rather send a letter than text or email, and to the crafters who prefer to put their thoughts in a journal than post a blog.
The stationery store was 2.7 miles from their house; she knew because she liked to set the odometer to zero sometimes just for kicks. The big-box store was huge and overlit, a warehouse really. Part of a national chain.
Author: Marjan Kamali
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ONE OF NPR’S BEST BOOKS OF 2019 From the award-winning author of Together Tea—a debut novel hailed as “compassionate, funny, and wise” by Jill Davis, bestselling author of Girls’ Poker Night—comes a powerful love story exploring loss, reconciliation, and the quirks of fate. Roya is a dreamy, idealistic teenager living in 1953 Tehran who, amidst the political upheaval of the time, finds a literary oasis in kindly Mr. Fakhri’s neighborhood book and stationery shop. She always feels safe in his dusty store, overflowing with fountain pens, shiny ink bottles, and thick pads of soft writing paper. When Mr. Fakhri, with a keen instinct for a budding romance, introduces Roya to his other favorite customer—handsome Bahman, who has a burning passion for justice and a love for Rumi’s poetry—she loses her heart at once. And, as their romance blossoms, the modest little stationery shop remains their favorite place in all of Tehran. A few short months later, on the eve of their marriage, Roya agrees to meet Bahman at the town square, but suddenly, violence erupts—a result of the coup d’etat that forever changes their country’s future. In the chaos, Bahman never shows. For weeks, Roya tries desperately to contact him, but her efforts are fruitless. With a sorrowful heart, she resigns herself to never seeing him again. Until, more than sixty years later, an accident of fate leads her back to Bahman and offers her a chance to ask him the questions that have haunted her for more than half a century: Why did he leave? Where did he go? How was he able to forget her? The Stationery Shop is a beautiful and timely exploration of devastating loss, unbreakable family bonds, and the overwhelming power of love.
I love stationery, always have. My gold fountain pen was a thirtieth birthday present from my husband, with the message Now stop talking about wanting to do it and write! And this book – I caress the page again – this book has been my ...
Author: Jo Thomas
Publisher: Hachette UK
'A sparkling, heartwarming hug of a story' Miranda Dickinson Escape to snowy Sweden in the gorgeous new novel from the author of Late Summer in the Vineyard and Sunset Over the Cherry Orchard. Fans of Jill Mansell and Milly Johnson will love this unforgettable winter story from Jo Thomas. Halley has been running from her problems for years. On a courier trip to Tallfors, deep in Swedish Lapland, everything is going to plan. Halley has her bag, with two precious wedding rings inside for delivery... until she doesn't. The only way to save the wedding is to team up with mysterious reindeer herder Bjorn, the one person who can lead her across the snowy tundra to be reunited with her bag. On a journey of a lifetime beneath the stars, with only the reindeer and a bad-tempered stranger for company beside the fire, Halley realises that she will need to confront her past heartaches in order to let the warmth of love in once more... Readers have been captivated by Jo Thomas's feel-good novels: 'Warm, funny, romantic with a terrific sense of place. I loved it!' Katie Fforde 'A story that stays wiht you long after the last page is turned' Milly Johnson 'What a gorgeous book! Reading it felt like the best kind of holiday' Lucy Diamond 'Sheer rom-com brilliance!' Heat 'Perfect escapism' Marie Claire
Are you searching the Scriptures daily? You have to start with His written Word; that is where the Thrive Journey must begin. STARTING WITH A BLANK CANVAS I need to make a confession right here and now. I love stationery.
Author: Linda Karkafi
Publisher: WestBow Press
Thrive to Make a Difference – A Christ-centered Approach to Intentional Living Thrive to Make a Difference offers a way to help you rise above the daily grind and find satisfaction and purpose like never before. This step-by-step guide will help you identify and live out your God-given priorities through your personal Thrive Plan-a Christ-centered approach to help you focus on what matters most every day. Thrive to Make a Difference offers: A step-by-step guide to help you set your life vision, priorities and goals. Encouragement to dream big and have faith in God’s ability to help you thrive. Inspirational quotes and scripture verses to encourage you in your journey with Jesus. Advice on how to eliminate hindrances in your life that will hold you back from achieving your Christ-centered goals. A way to narrow down your focus to three key Thrive Goals each month. Yearly, monthly, weekly and daily habits to help you start your Thrive Journey and end it well. A 7 day prayer journal – a place to record your prayers as you seek the Lord’s direction. A 14 day devotional to help you get grounded in God’s Word and thrive in your relationship with Christ. Website: www.thrivetomakeadifference.com Book Trailer Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27pNWe8b7Xo Facebook and Instagram: @thrivetomakeadifference
I love things like that envelope. Love stationery. Containers for pens, desk organizers, lovely creations for the most mundane of objects. I promised myself a half dozen of these shiny, slick objects as my reward for this dismal day.
Author: Gillian Roberts
Publisher: Untreed Reads, LLC
The City of Brotherly Love is no stranger to murder and mayhem in these three Philadelphia mysteries featuring an English teacher turned private eye. Helen Hath No Fury The discussions in Amanda Pepper’s book club can sometimes get heated, but have they become deadly? The day after an argument over a fictional heroine’s suicide, book group member Helen Coulter falls to her death from her roof garden. Though Helen’s demise is declared a suicide, Amanda is convinced otherwise. But as she separates truth from fiction, Amanda risks facing a real-life killer. Claire and Present Danger English teacher Amanda Pepper now moonlights as a PI with former detective C.K. Mackenzie. The wealthy matron Claire Fairchild has hired them to investigate Emmie Cade, the charming but evasive young woman who is suddenly engaged to Claire’s middle-aged son. At thirty-two, Emmie has changed her name more often than some women change nail polish—and Claire has received anonymous letters about the men in Emmie’s life coming to violent ends. But Amanda’s scouring of Emmie’s past gets interrupted by a very present murder. Till the End of Tom After finding Tom Severin dying from a fall outside her Philadelphia prep school, Amanda Pepper and her fiancé, C.K. Mackenzie, are hired by his family to find out what happened. They soon discover that Tom leaves behind more than a few people who would be better off with him gone—including angry ex-wives, one recently dropped fiancée, and the current (about to be former) Mrs. Tomas Severin. As secrets are unearthed, it’s apparent that the end of Tom is just the beginning of the grief he caused.
Inthe first place, I don't think you will like the townof Maconfor a place tolivein. ... Ihaven't received that stationery you sent yet, darling butI will probablyget it tomorrow. Yourletter came by airmail and naturally it would ...
Author: Ellen Anderson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Letters that were found in a small cedar chest Mom saved that Dad wrote when he was in WWII. From 1942-1946 these letters tell interesting war stories & facts and a love story like no other. Dad wrote to Mom every moment that he could. Every breath & every step he took was for her. Dad was a "trailblazer" and fought on the front line in France and Germany. He was a radio man and was in charge of managing the location of his troop. This story will make you laugh and certainly make you cry. It is a truly amazing story!
You'll Love These Other Great Classroom Stationery Books , Too ! Instant Thematic Stationery for Beginning Writers : 60 Reproducible Sheets , 30 Different Themes Delight beginning writers with dozens of patterns for irresistible ...
Author: Scholastic, Inc. Staff
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Delight and motivate beginning writers all year long with this big collection of reproducible stationery! Contains more than 25 sensational seasonal designs including Back to School, Thanksgiving, 100th Day of School, spring, and more! With lined and unlined paper to meet the needs of every writer. For use with Grades K-2.
Pens, pencils and pencil cases I love stationery as much as the next person. And there's nothing like the thrill and untold potential of a beautiful new notepad or finding that perfect pen. But it's a habit we need to curb, ...
Author: Jen Gale
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Easy, do-able, down to earth ideas and suggestions for everyone to help save the planet. If you want to save the planet, but your to-do list is already pretty long and remembering your re-usable coffee cup feels like a Herculean task, then this is the book for you. Covering every aspect of our lives from the stuff we buy and the food we eat, to how we travel, work, and celebrate. This book provides stacks of practical, down to earth ideas to slot into your daily life, alongside a gentle kick up the butt to put your newfound knowledge into action. Practical tips include unsubscribing from all the tempting emails that drop into your inbox with details of the newest clothing range or the latest sale, and keeping a mug next to your kettle to work out how much water you actually need to boil each time, as over filling kettles costs British households £68 million on energy bills each year. Find out how to fit "sustainable living" into your life, in a way that works for you. Change your impact without radically changing your life and figure out the small steps you can make that will add up to make a big difference (halo not included).
I love only candy even I hate gums. My love for candy is infinite. ... Sharing is Caring Candy and Treats, when you share candy, you are being a lot nicer than someone who shares things like stationery or any other else.
Publisher: Spectrum of Thoughts
Each culture has its own ideas of what constitutes candy rather than dessert. The same food may be a candy in one culture and a dessert in another. Here the writers have expressed their famous delicious candies which treated them sweeter always. Each candy gives a treat which brings childhood’s best and bright moments we wish could have lasted forever….