Family-owned and operated since 1949, Michael Roger Press produces a large selection of journals, sketchbooks, and other stationery products that are mostly handmade in small quantities at their factory in Middlesex, New Jersey. If you are looking for something to help your favorite student stand out at school this year, you might like these 100% recycled Decomposition Books from the Press, a new take on the classic black and white marble composition book. The Honeycomb book features a hexagonal honeycomb pattern printed in black soy ink on raw orange board (I can see kids obsessively filling in the little honeycombs when they get bored in class). Other styles in the line include the minty-green Parsley, the brand new Topographical Map, Woodgrain, and Cherry Blossom. All of the notebooks are made in the U.S. from biogas-derived energy. If you were trying to impress your classmates (or teacher), which one would you choose?