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Coffee - A Color Your Cover Journal
Color Your Cover Journals are here! With the rise of Adult Coloring books and the joy of writing in a journal, we bring you a line of journals where you can color your own cover (front and back) and even find coloring pages throughout the book.
These are wonderful for young adults to any age! Use these for writing lists, poetry, stories, essays, or plan your next great novel! And then take a break to color the cover and the pages inside, too.
Matte finish cover. The cover is GREAT for coloring with permanent markers (fine and ultra fine point) - SHARPIES are recommended. 100 lined pages with images on several pages for coloring with colored pencils or gel pens.
(The COVER is not recommended for use with pens such as gel pens. Sharpies are recommended for the cover. Interior pages are great with pencils or ink, but not markers due to bleeding.)
Search Color Your Cover RMJ Journals for more designs coming soon. You'll want to collect them all!
Some C.r.e.a.m. For Your Coffee
In this book Antonio G. Wells introduces a new kind of "cream" to the world that blends perfectly with that morning cup of coffee. Antonio looks at the simple things in life and reveals to the readers that in all that we see and do, if we look closely, we are able to see the creative power of Christ - after reading this book you will see along with Antonio that: ChRiSt RuLeS eVeRyThInG aRoUnD mE!!
Nearly a quarter-century after her death, Agatha Christie remains the most popular mystery writer of all time. Now, in a celebrated publishing event, fans and newcomers alike are treated to another Christie novel. Created in 1930 as a stage play and faithfully adapted by Charles Osborne, "Black Coffee" brings back beloved detective Hercule Poirot to exercise his "little grey cells" one more deliciously deductive time...
An urgent call from physicist Sir Claud Amory sends famed detective Hercule Poirot rushing from London to a sprawling country estate. Sir Claud fears a member of his own household wants to steal a secret formula destined for the Ministry of Defense. But Poirot arrives too late. The formula is missing. Worse, Sir Claud has been poisoned by his after-dinner coffee. Poirot soon identifies a potent brew of despair, treachery, and deception amid the mansion's occupants. Now he must find the formula and the killer...while letting no poison slip 'twix his low lips.
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