6 edition of Between Hard Covers found in the catalog.
October 10, 2000
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||273|
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Board book, on the other hand, is exactly what it sounds like. Publishers usually make the book out of thick paperboard or binding two or more pages together. If you compare these books to hardcover books, the difference is towards the cover.
The cover in Hard Bound is hard and durable, and the pages are still the standard material and texture. Board Book vs. Hard Cover Book. A hardcover book is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a book that is designed with a hardcover, but it has traditional paper pages inside. If you are a book collector, you most likely prefer hardback books over.
ver books are characterized with thick and rigid covers made of cardboard while paperbacks, as their name implies, are books with soft, bendable covers.
These types of covers are made with thick paper. ver books are made with high-grade materials like paper, ink, and other materials.5/5(2).
These hardcover tape binding strips, manufactured by Powis Parker, utilize Super Strip™ thermal adhesive technology to bind a durably bound book block between pages that will ultimately be inserted into suede or composition Fastback® hard cover cases to make a beautiful hardbound book.
The difference between hardcover and softcover books is that in 30 years, your grandchildren will still be reading your hardcovers, whereas you’d be hard-pressed to find a well used paperback in good condition 10 years after its printing.
Comparing soft and hard cover books is like comparing water and alcohol. On-demand customized hard covers and cases: Fastbind has the solution for your needs. By adding a Fastbind Casematic case maker to your binding solution, you double the value of your books with a professional look and a unique cover design.
"Hardcover" is just like the regular hard-back book you can find in any bookstore--the one with the removable cover which has nothing covering it.
The "Library Binding", is like the "hardcover", except it has a thin plastic slip covering cover, like the ones you usually see in a library I think. Welcome to the Between the Covers website. We have been selling books for more than 30 years. Today we offer a wide ranging inventory, from Modern First Editions to General Used Books to Rare Archival Collections.
You will find overitems here, most with images. Nothing. Hardcover books go by many names, but they’re commonly made with the same process. It starts with the case binding, which arranges and glues your page contents together into a text block. That text block then adheres to book covers typically made of cardboard topped with paper, cloth, or another protective fabric.
Most hardcover. When you are in a bookstore, you see two editions of the same book, one of which is a hardcover edition, while the other is a soft cover or paperback edition. At first glance, the only difference that is perceptible to a casual onlooker is that the hardcover literally has a hard cover while paperback has a soft cover.
Hardcover books have a hard and thick protective cover and that is why they are termed as hardcover. Apart from that, they may also have a soft dust jacket. This dust jacket, as the name suggests, protects the book from dust and keeps the thick cover clean.
But paperback books only have soft covers without any dust jacket. Darkening or Fading-When book covers are exposed to light, the color darkens or becomes more intense.
See also tape shadow. Edgeworn-Wear along the edges of hardback book covers. Ex-library – the book was once owned by, and circulated in, a public library.
This book could well be in any of the above general categories but more often than not. Book Cover or Book Board – The front and back covers of books are often referred to as book covers or book boards as they are often made of bookbinding board and cover the book.
Joint – The Joint of a book is the small groove which runs vertically down the book itself between the book boards (book cover) and the spine. An alternative to the perfect-bound paperback for short books (4 to 48 pages) is the saddle stitch paperback, also called a booklet or chapbook.
These follow the same binding procedure as perfect-bound books, except that the pages are bound to the cover with staples rather than glue. If I love the cover on the hardcover version; If I know that 50 years from now a first edition of this book will be a valuable item in my collection.
If I know I’m going to read at the beach, by the pool, or in the bathtub, and the book might need to survive getting splashed.
I prefer paperbacks: When I’m traveling with the : Ginni Chen. The pages are sewn together and glued onto a flexible spine between the boards, and it too is covered by the cloth.
A paper wrapper, or dust jacket, is usually put over the binding, folding over each horizontal end of the boards. Dust jackets serve to protect the underlying cover from wear. Most hard cover books have these. The colorful strip at the spine edge of the book block is called a headband.
The upper one shown is sewn onto the book. Catalog contains African-Americana items including signed and inscribed first edition books, photo albums, broadsides, handwritten documents, original View Online Download PDF.
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An end sheet (also called an end leaf) is used as the false cover of hard bound books. These end sheets are glued to the interior book pages and then glued to the inside of the outer casing of the book.
The end sheets are a thicker paper that secures the book block (text pages) to the outside cover casing with glue/5. Along with the description in the video, the pages are also significantly thicker on the library bound books versus the hardback books.
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