Green Living

We hear a lot about being ‘green’ these days, and are constantly being urged to do something about it. Over the years I’ve tried to make changes to my lifestyle such as recycling more etc, but I always have the feeling that I should be doing more.

I thought that this notebook, which is made from recycled paper and board, would make a great ‘green’ journal! Take inspiration from the title of the journal to create, draw or write whatever you like, including tips for living a greener life, art, pictures, poetry etc. Use as many or few pages as you want to, but please do not alter anyone else’s work.

This is a pass along journal. By mooching this journal you are agreeing to add your entry and relist the journal on the original listing within two weeks.

If the journal is full or needs repair, please reserve it for me, Grace Hall (violabird), and I will mooch it back from you.
Happy Journalling!

Alliterative Sentences

This is a Bookmooch journal dedicated to alliterative sentences, meaning sentences in which every word begins with the same letter.Be creative and share the funniest alliterative sentences you can think of. Please also illustrate them with pictures of any kind, since those kind of sentences become funny mostly when you imagine what they mean literally.
A few rules for journaling:

1) Use as many pages as you want for your entry, but don’t alter anyone else’s work.

2) I suggest you relist this journal on your inventory immediately after marking it received (since you’ll already be on Bookmooch anyway :)) – this will make the journal available as soon as possible for other moochers, and remind you to make an entry. Don’t worry about time pressure – you can always tell a moocher that it will take you a little longer to send out their book.

3) When the book is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com), and I will mooch it back to you. If you are having trouble getting the book back out to someone, feel free to contact me as well, I will try to find a solution.

Click on the blue underlined link in the journal description to see the slideshow. 

 

Favorite Limericks

Please add a few of your very favorite limericks, naughty or not!

This is the very 1st BM Journal I have ever started on it’s way.

Please pass this journal along within 2 weeks and let’s see how far it goes.

When it is full please reserve for me and I will Mooch it from you.

Jan Wolf(USA:CA)


This journal went home to a journaller who is now inactive, so I have marked it as not travelling.

A Little Book of Prayers

This is a Bookmooch journal waiting to be filled with prayers that are meaningful to you. They can be in any language (but you might want to provide a translation if they’re not in English) and from any faith; they don’t have to be from a known prayer book, you can also write a personal prayer or use a song you consider a prayer.

I realise that religion and faith are sensitive subjects for some. Please only mooch this journal if you are interested in adding a prayer. If you don’t believe in the idea of prayers, please do not interfere with this project. Also, while I want you to be creative in content and illustrations, please keep it tasteful, and suitable for the subject.

A few rules for journaling:

1) Use as many pages as you want for your entry, but don’t alter anyone else’s work.

2) I suggest you relist this journal on your inventory immediately after marking it received (since you’ll already be on Bookmooch anyway :)) – this will make the journal available as soon as possible for other moochers, and remind you to make an entry. Don’t worry about time pressure – you can always tell a moocher that it will take you a little longer to send out their book.

3) When the book is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com), and I will mooch it back to you. If you are having trouble getting the book back out to someone, feel free to contact me as well, I will try to find a solution.

Little dogs we love

Please tell me with words or art or? about little dogs you love or have loved.

Please relist this journal in 2 weeks or less.

Jan Wolf(USA:CA)

 

Eat Poop You Cat – Vol. 1

This is an interactive Bookmooch journal based on the party game “Eat Poop You Cat” (a.k.a. Paper Telephone).

This is how it works:

1) Receive the journal, mark it received on Bookmooch. I suggest you already relist it on your inventory at this point as well.

2) Open it on the first page after the paper clips and look at what the last persons entry.

3) a. If it’s a picture, write one sentence describing what you see on the picture on the next double page. Obviously feel free to illustrate, however be careful not to give the next person any clues on how to turn your sentence into a picture. b. If it’s a sentence, illustrate the sentence with a picture on the next double page. Don’t repeat the sentence (or parts of it) though, so that the next person has to interpret by themselves.

4) You may now remove the paper clips and look at how the original contribution has evolved. Before sending the journal along, though, put all pages before your entry back together with the paper clips. (This now includes one more page than when you got it, since you are also covering the last person’s entry.)

5) All of this shouldn’t take you longer than two weeks.

Now, if you haven’t done it yet, relist the journal and send it along promptly when somebody asks for it.
When the journal is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com) so that I can mooch it back from you.
This journal is meant to travel together with Volume 2 of “Eat Poop You Cat” (http://bookmooch.com/m/detail/BM129991933788719975). One of them starts with a picture, the other with a sentence, and I wanted each moocher to be able to add both words an illustrations.

Eat Poop You Cat – Vol. 2

This is an interactive Bookmooch journal based on the party game “Eat Poop You Cat” (a.k.a. Paper Telephone). This is how it works:
1) Receive the journal, mark it received on Bookmooch. I suggest you already relist it on your inventory at this point as well.

2) Open it on the first page after the paper clips and look at what the last persons entry.

3) a. If it’s a picture, write one sentence describing what you see on the picture on the next double page. Obviously feel free to illustrate, however be careful not to give the next person any clues on how to turn your sentence into a picture. b. If it’s a sentence, illustrate the sentence with a picture on the next double page. Don’t repeat the sentence (or parts of it) though, so that the next person has to interpret by themselves.

4) You may now remove the paper clips and look at how the original contribution has evolved. Before sending the journal along, though, put all pages before your entry back together with the paper clips. (This now includes one more page than when you got it, since you are also covering the last person’s entry.)

5) All of this shouldn’t take you longer than two weeks.

Now, if you haven’t done it yet, relist the journal and send it along promptly when somebody asks for it.

When the journal is full, please contact me (BmId: hanhel; hanhel@gmail.com) so that I can mooch it back from you.
This journal is meant to travel together with Volume 1 of “Eat Poop You Cat” (http://bookmooch.com/m/detail/BM1299919284298196868). One of them starts with a picture, the other with a sentence, and I wanted each moocher to be able to add both words an illustrations.