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Protect Books With Fabric Book Covers

Reading library books? Borrowed books? New books? I purchased a number of the new stretchy fabric book covers found in school supplies to keep on hand to use. That way, all books I read will keep their fresh pages. The fabric is thin enough to see the title, etc through it, but still protects the book. I got a bunch of them during school sales at $.25 each.

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A good idea to put one on a book you lend out as well, bright covering reminds the borrower to return it!

By Joyce from Benson MN

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December 30, 20080 found this helpful

I sew or pin a piece of grosgrain ribbon to the spine portion of the fabric bookcover to use as a bookmark that doesn't get lost!

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