Connect the Thoughts Dot Your Life, Free Your Mind by Chronicle Books
  

Synopsis

Connect the Thoughts Dot Your Life, Free Your Mind by Chronicle Books

This journal provides an open-ended, visual way to record all of your favourites, interests, observations, and thoughts. Unique to this journal is the graph paper pages, which have dots at key points. Users connect the dots to create various sizes of boxes in which they can write or draw their answers to the prompts. Graph paper is great for both writing and drawing, especially for perfecting handwriting and mastering perspective and proportion. Graph paper also has visual associations with organization and record-keeping, which is a major theme of the journal. Frontmatter provides examples of how to use the journal, as does the back cover. The book includes ten sections, each with a colour-coded theme and specific, directed prompts.

About the Author

This project was written, illustrated, and designed entirely by Chronicle Books staff.

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Book Info

Format

Record book
120 pages

Author

Chronicle Books
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Publisher

Publication date

1st September 2013

ISBN

9781452112251


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