When Moleskine came out with its Peanuts series, I had to restrain myself from blowing almost $100 on notebooks, since Moleskines are quite pricey.
I settled on owning just one—one which I have not used because I haven’t found anything special for it yet.
After Snoopy, Moleskine came out with the brightly-hued Pac-Man (the 80’s video game, not the boxer), and while I found it cute, it wasn’t for me.
And then I found this in my inbox today:
Exupery’s Le Petit Prince meets Moleskine.
Look how lovely! Moleskine retains the signature childlike drawings of The Little Prince and incorporates it into the front page—in color, too. I’m still waiting for the day when Moleskine decides to include its pages into the limited edition fun by printing on them too, but that’d probably be too costly.
The Snoopy series came with stickers, Little Prince comes with pop-up cards.
The globe comes with the regular-sized notebooks, while the 3D landscape comes with the bigger ones.
Moleskine’s Little Prince is available for pre-order online at Moleskine Asia but will be available locally at National Bookstore in April.