Annual planner A5 «Samaya 2024 - Black» - Matabooks

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  • Annual planner in the format 21.5 cm x 14.4 cm
  • Made from grass paper
  • Hardcover
  • 180 pages
  • Mineral oil-free organic printing ink
  • Vegan certified

This sustainable calendar for 2024 is bilingual (German, English). The Samaya in the color: Black impresses with its clear and simple design and offers a clearly structured weekly and monthly overview. The black cover gives the calendar a high-quality and elegant look. With its minimalist aesthetic design, it is a real eye-catcher on every desk and professionally accompanies you through everyday life.

“Samaya” means “time” in Sanskrit.

Can be used as an eco-friendly annual planner, calendar, notebook, planner, diary, appointment planner or weekly planner.

The cover (hardcover) and the pages are made of grass paper.
The book has a practical bookmark (ribbon).

DIN A5: 21.5 x 14.4 x 1.5 cm
152 pages.

Information about the content:
Overview of school holidays (D, AT, CH) and public holidays (DE + international)
Annual overview (2024/2025)
Monthly overview (2024/2025)
Weekly overview Pro (complete calendar week on a double page in landscape format with times + space for notes)
Sustainability tips
Memories collection
List for gift ideas
Media queue
Space for notes and sketches (12 pages)

Pages: 90 g/m² sweet grass paper (consisting of agricultural waste from e.g. rice, grain and sugar cane plants)

Hardcover: Made of grass paper; Up to 50% grass fiber content, fresh fiber content from FSC-certified forests.

OEKO-TEX certified bookmark

Thread stitching

Eco printing inks


Matabooks is a young company from Germany. They are the first publisher to offer vegan novels and notebooks made from grass paper. They manufacture their products in a particularly sustainable and fair manner.
The books are biodegradable and are mostly made by hand.

Due to the naturally low lignin content in grass, no chemicals are used in production. In addition, the products are free of animal ingredients, such as bone meal in bookbinder's glue or animal dyes in printer's ink.

The raw material grass is available in sufficient quantities as a natural product in Germany. As a result, transport distances between the harvest and the paper mill are short - on average only 100 km. This reduces CO2 consumption by up to 75%.