8 edition of Reader"s Digest condensed books found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Dangerous fortune., Select., Rivers of gold., Hardscape., Condensed books : volume 3, 1994.|
|Contributions||Wilson, F. Paul, Edmonds, Janet, Scott, Justin, Reader"s Digest Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||574 p. :|
|Number of Pages||574|
Hollow out to make a book "case" for your treasures, a sewing box, a jewelry case, a love letters box, a "book safe" for hiding keys, important stuff you want to keep from prying eyes! Can't turn this offer down. When you are finished you can lay a copy of a favourite poem on the open book. Stay tuned Photograph them and use them to create background papers in a graphic program. Some books lovers think it is a sin!
To bind the pages together. But where would I put them all? This is the single most critical aspect some would say ONLY aspect of value that a 20th century book can possess. We both believe they were originally made for the "masses" to encourage people to read and purchase the books at a price much lower than the original hardbacks of the featured stories in each edition.
I am already working on my first paper sculpture! Cut out the titles of books and mix together for a collage of letters. But where would I put them all? Book Page Shelf Edging I used a tape runner along the ends of a few sheets of Mod-Podge-reinforced book pages and overlapping slightly I created a long runner of book pages. Next, look at the titles. Here's a photo of just some of them: So, now what?
More than skin deep!
Staying with Big Bill
The age of the Renaissance and Reformation
Computer-aided network design
Chinese society under communism
Drawings and print
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Many of the later editions have colourful covers. Wouldn't that make a great mail art postcard? Cut out the book titles. She estimated that there were around 50 of them! You can leave these outer cases as is and alter them, give them a nice new look with a coat of paint, use the light cardboard and the coloured end papers for diecuts, embossing with a cuttlebug, etc.
Cut out the titles of books and mix together for a collage of letters. Just post a comment here to have your suggestion considered and we will do our best to get around to it. Sort out titles that you recognize by authors you know or who are familiar.
Have a great week Yard sales, as well as book sales, have an abundance of these books on hand. So there you have it Letting the book pages fall naturally, glue the pages together on the right side, repeat on the left side so that you have an open book.
I've been a fan of his since I first saw his website a year or so ago. When you are done, just rip out the used page. Recycle them into "modern" bookplates with the addition of some art work.
Place a cropped out image of a butterfly to the area of the file page where you want it to print and print on your nicest setting onto the paper, Mod Podge side down. By Karen A. Cut a hole in the center of the book cover and use to frame a photograph or art piece. Were your parents or grandparents who accumulated this library book collectors, or book readers?
Craft and recycling ideas for old Reader's Digest books. Cut an opening in the book cover and cut a niche in the book pages just like in tip 18 for a shallower "display" area. When you have a few minutes, go on a search to discover some of them!
Stay tuned I placed the butterfly pages on top of a patterned book cover and placed it into a shadowbox frame. Given the relative ease of publishing books in the late s and early s, a plethora of books were printed that are irrelevant today.
Look at your books. The spines are week, the paper is poor and not the best quality for altering. The "bookboard" on the covers is very strong and the colourful backgrounds on some RDCB's make great backdrops for collage.
So why will no-one buy them for next to nothing second hand? There are a wealth of sites that you can visit on the web. Glue the pages of the book together.Readers Digest Condensed Books book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Autumn Selections:ChristyLife Wtih FatherThe Fox an 3/5(4). Mar 11, · One of the few things my library's booksale won't accept is Reader's Digest Condensed Books. And yet they always turn up at the bottom of boxes amidst more worthy books; or a poor elderly person has lugged them from the other side of the river, and.
Aug 14, · First/early printings of some books can be valuable, but Readers Digest only condensed books that were ALREADY popular, so they're basically 40th (or higher) reprintings, and not even of the. The Reader's Digest Condensed Books were a series of hardcover anthologies, published by Reader's Digest.
The series was in production for 47 years (), after which the series was renamed Reader's Digest Select Editions. Reader's Digest Biography - - Reader's Digest Biography and List of Works - Reader's Digest Books Sign In; Register; Help Reader's Digest is the author of books such as Readers Digest Condensed Books.
Books by Reader's Digest. Readers Digest Condensed Books. Reader's Digest Word Power Quiz Book. How To Do Just About Anything. Todays. Sep 05, · Reader's digest condensed books: volume 1, by Reader's Digest; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Protected DAISY, In .