Calendars have colorful graphic illustration by Johanna Kriesel. Three sizes to choose from—the Poster Calendar, the Desk Calendar and the Month-by-Month Book. The poster calendar is 11” x 14” and the desktop version is 5” x 7.” Lucite and glass frames available.
Jewish calendar covers September 2011 through December 2012. Candle-lighting times, weekly Torah portions, national and Jewish holidays are included.
Susy Jack is known for bold patterns, inspiring colors, and graceful botanicals. Writable grid calendar is 24” H x12” W when open. Made in the USA with recycled materials. Calendar has a handy notes column and wire binding.
Calendar is flat printed on 100% recycled paper with soy-based inks. Can be re-purposed as small art to frame. The Year of Dogs to Love was done in collaboration with Lauren Denitzio, a Brooklyn artist.
Orange Circle Studio
The portable Do It All Planner also has organizing features such as a storage pocket, stickers, and tear-off lists. A full 17 months, these planners start in August 2011. Calendar pages are recyclable and printed with soy-based ink. Three titles available: two floral designs and one just for Mom.
Peter Pauper Press
Weekly planner format runs from September 2011 to December 2012. Hardcover book has notes and addresses section, elastic band page marker and inside back cover pocket. 5”wide x 7” high. Mom’s weekly planner with columns for each family member, also available.
“The Elements: A Visual Exploration of every Known Atom in the Universe” calendar is a month-by-month tour of the most dazzling elements in the periodic table. Every month features a photograph of an element in its pure form, as well as data and an interesting anecdote relating to that element. Monthly grids include photographs of the element’s compounds as well as important dates in chemical history and major holidays.