The team from Lovereading.co.uk has prepared a new infographic, which shares some creative, unexpected ideas on what to do with an old or damaged book.
There’s few things as enjoyable as a good book, and there is nothing more satisfying than building a collection of books we love. But what happens when it’s time to part with a book?
The ideas include weapon, emergency fan, and Kindle screen protector.
Tap or click on the image below to see it in full resolution. The original infographic can be found on Lovereading blog: 25 Alternative Ways to Recycle a Book.
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