Book Coverings

Despite the introduction of new formats, physical books and other materials continue to be heavily circulated. This is encouraging news for libraries, but it makes it more important than ever to consider book care and ways to keep your collection in good order. By protecting new materials from the start, you can help prolong the life of your books and create circulation efficiencies which benefit users. If you already have unprotected stock in circulation, a logical strategy is to attend the first signs of damage; small, proactive repairs are better than time-consuming book rehab or expensive replacements later on. There are several products that prevent book covers from tearing and keep bindings from falling apart. Materials outfitted with the proper protective supplies save you time down the road, and your collection stays pristine longer, so more people can benefit from the materials in the long run.

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