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Archive for September 29th, 2018

Book Repair and Sticker Labeling

Physical books, despite the rise of electronic devices such as the Nook and Kindle, still have a place on library book shelves and in personal collections. Often, a book will have sentimental value to it, and this means that a book kept for years may eventually become damaged, and that can include its hinges, covers, and the spine, whether the fabric cover or the cardboard spine inside. How to repair a book spine? And how can colored stickers be used for books safely and clearly? Handling books can be made easy.

Parts of a Book

How to repair a book spine? That starts with knowing the anatomy of a hardback book. The spine is the center piece that holds everything together, a tall, thin piece of cardboard that also has a cloth spine cover. The hinges connect the spine to its outer covers, and the endpapers coat the covers on the inside, and a flyleaf is a loose sheet of paper that, when the book is closed, is between the endpaper and the main pages of the book. Often, a boo

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