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a paper jacket for a book

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The Dust Jackets is a rock/blues cover band fronted by lead vocalist Coretta Sellars, who graduated from Lunenburg High in 1995.
My next suggestion for our library, while it's still in its temporary digs, would be to lose some of the frosted panes of glass that obscure the view inside and put some books in the windows with their dust jackets visible to passersby.
The copy of 'Down And Out In Paris And London', which is complete with a dust jacket, had a pre-sale guide price of 2,500-3,500 pounds, and it was bought by a private client at Gorringes Auction House in Lewes, East Sussex.
95 for a single copy of a 40-page hardcover 8" x 10" book, including custom dust jacket.
In his 50-year career, Ellison has produced a mountain of acclaimed short stories, novels, and TV scripts (for series ranging from Twilight Zone to Star Trek), while gaining a reputation as a raconteur, maverick social commentator, creator of elaborate--though fake--biographies for the dust jackets of his books, and perennial favorite on the college-campus speaking circuit.
Blackwell's also publishes title summaries from dust jackets and author institutional affiliations.
Realife Revisited, 1972/2000, bore the distinctive blue and red fleur-de-lis design that was used for so long on the British dust jackets of C.
Books I paid $25 for then are now worth $100 to $200 in their dust jackets.
Photo: Wrapping dust jackets around bookcase's vertical supports turns them into "books"
The professional picture photo books now feature stunning outside details such as cover materials and dust jackets to deliver the highest quality pro book.
Cock-Starkey, an author and editor, offers miscellaneous facts about books, writers, and writing, such as the history of paper, binding, printing, ink, fonts, and dust jackets.
Abundantly illustrated with images of editions and dust jackets of "true" first editions of Montgomery's work, the catalogue is an extremely useful bibliographical tool for book collectors with a special interest in Montgomery, as well as for scholars studying Canadian literature in general and book history in particular.
These are fabulous photos of the old race cars and the women themselves - wearing dust jackets, driving gloves and full makeup - looking beautiful and about to risk their lives travelling at 80 plus miles an hour in a tin can on wheels.
How to Make a Book showcases Blurb's professional production values, including high-quality 80# semi-matte coated paper stock; black-linen hardcovers; custom 4-color dust jackets with protective laminate coating; library binding; and professional 4-color printing.
The 94 cover illustrations on books, dust jackets, magazines, pulp magazines, comics, Big Little Books, and British and French publications depict the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in different styles throughout their history.