Made to be kept and treasured forever
A reading log is for readers who love to reflect on their reads. It is a keepsake of all the books you read or want to read, and your impressions of them.
The biggest section of our book journal is dedicated to your personal book reviews, giving you 2 pages per book. Lightly guided with prompts like: "What are you going to take away from this book?" + a whole page for free form writing.
The most beautiful part of keeping a reading log is being able to see yourself change through the books you read. Imagine flipping through the pages of your reading journal 10 years from now, seeing how you've changed, what you found curious, sad or funny.
A thoughtful gift for a book lover
We often hear that our reading journal is the most cherished gift. Of course, we are a bit biased, but it makes perfect sense! Try for a reader in your life and see if they agree. Gift wrap option is available!
- Elegant and timeless. Made to be kept and treasured forever
- A perfect balance of structure + free form. Subtle design won't distract from what you are writing
- Will motivate you to read more books
- Revisit your reading experiences years later
Have a peek inside!
Just gave the journal to our daughter today. She was excited and very appreciative.
Really nice, love the different page layouts and the colour is great!
Just what I was looking for!
I have been trying to make my own reading journal since the beginning of the year (it is now April). Between my busy schedule and feeling overwhelmed by the task, I had given up. This journal is so perfect for what I am looking for. It is not too overly complicated, but has to-read, fill-in-book covers, rating systems, and a challenge page. Other journals have dates, multiple challenges, etc. that I just don't need. I LOVE this journal. It has everything I want for my first book journaling experience. And the examples at the end of the journal are perfect! Awesome product :)
Love this so much. I really like how at the back of the journal they give you examples of how to use the journal. Very thoughtful!
Literally one of the best presents I have every received and I have only had it for about a month! Totally worth the price because this book has all the must haves for any reading journal. You seriously will not regret this buy!
i love this reading journal, it is one of the best i have found! i use it everyday :)
Must have for readers everywhere!
It is so beautifully made, material, paper, and so elegant. The sections and the prompts are perfect and match every book. Cannot complain about anything, best journal ever!!!
A Stylish and Functional Reading Journal
I'd been struggling to find a good reading journal. I had been using a cheap one that was simple and what I needed, but it was no longer being published, so I had to find a new journal. I spent more time than I'd like to admit researching reading journals and finally bought the Bibliophile journal, but I hated it. It was too full of filler and the review section was too short and almost entirely prompts; I just wanted space to write my thoughts. This journal is nearly perfect. The cover is simple yet attractive, the index will be incredibly handy, the quick list of books read with ratings is a great idea, the page thickness works well for my fountain pen, and, most importantly, the review section is ideal. Each book is afforded two pages. The first has spaces for info about the books, like published date and number of pages, as well as a few basic prompts. The second page is wide open and permits the reader to note whatever they want about the book. This is ideal for me because sometimes I don't want to follow a high school book report outline format when reviewing, especially if the book is a reread. Sometimes I want to talk about how the book has or has not grown with me, or where I see the influence of the book in other media, or any other thing that is unique to me as the reader and that wouldn't fall within the prompts most book journals use. This journal is almost perfect for me. The only thing I would change about it is the fill-in book spines pages. There are pages with a basic line drawing of stacks of blank-spined books that the reader can fill in with the titles of the books they've logged in the journal. This is a wholly superficial gripe that has nothing to do with the effectiveness of the journal, but I prefer pages like that have the blank books on a bookshelf with room for other items drawn in. It's typically what I draw for myself and I love how it looks, but I acknowledge that it's not really that big a deal. It won't affect my rating.
Excellent! Great book diary. Highly satisfied.
This reading journal is one of the best that I have used. It was very well organized and has so much space for writing.