Protecting One’s Books

I woke up with an idea this morning. I’m rather particular about keeping things in good nick, and books are certainly no exception. It’s always tricky to pack a paperback just right into a bag so that its risk of damage is as low as possible. Then it hit me; why aren’t there any small portable paperback cases readily available?

A quick hunt on Google yielded big portable cases, but nothing small enough to fit in a bag. If humanity can manage this for a banana, surely we can do the same for books.

Author: andrea

A Londoner from eastern Canada. City of London Guide, fixer of Macs, collector of old video games, appreciative of synths.

1 thought on “Protecting One’s Books”

  1. They do exist my dear! I’ve seen them – though in those nice trendy industrial meets consumer design shops like the one nearby Hodder where I got Clare her sugar-dispenser snowman last X-Mas. I remember seeing trade paperback sizes, not sure about the general run of the mill paperbacks though…they were in The Lighthouse in Glasgow too if memory serves, again one of those ‘let’s plunk down fifty quid for a clever knife block’ kind of spots.

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