The New Datebook is Here! The New Datebook is Here!*

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On Friday I got to hold in my hands a printed copy of the Good Neighbor Stories 2013 Datebook. It was an exciting moment, the culmination of a lot of discussions and work over the past year.

The datebook looks really beautiful, thanks to Design Action Collective in Oakland, and Inkworks Press in Berkeley, brought on board to the project by publishers Craig Wiesner and Derrick Kikuchi at Reach and Teach.

We printed a limited number of these books, so don’t get left behind! They make awesome holiday gifts for folks who still use paper calendars (you can probably think of some of them right now).

Beyond acting as a calendar, the datebook would also make a wonderful place to write down goals and intentions, or as a gratitude journal. It’s full of upbeat, positive stories and photographs, which will brighten anyone’s day.

By buying the Good Neighbor Stories 2013 Datebook, you’re also supporting Bay Area-based small businesses, and you’re helping to spread the word about the terrific people and organizations featured within.

You can find out more, as well as order copies, at the Reach and Teach website.

* A nod to Steve Martin’s “The Jerk”.  

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