You pull it from its hook and unwrap the black leather cord that holds it shut. The notebook, with a brass colored keyring attached, feels sturdy in your hands, and as you unwrap the suede cord holding it closed you can tell the maker was particular about her materials.
It rests comfortably in a medium-sized creature's palm, looking to be about 3 inches high by 2 1/2 inches wide. Might make a nice passport-equivilant for a small sized creature.
This particular item has a card displayed nearby. You pick it up and read. 'Our Pocket Traveler's Notebooks are strung up to hold 2 small inserts for ideas on the go. Comes with 15 sheets of paper per elastic for a total of 120 pages of fine Mohawk sketch paper to start you out right! Care for your Dori as you would any natural leather item. Avoid water and other moisture. Embrace scuffs and scratches.'