How to Cover a Textbook

How to Cover a Textbook

How to Cover a Textbook. With a brown grocery bag, heavy construction
paper, or decorative wallpaper, you can help extend the life of school textbooks by making
them a protective cover. You will need Paper Scissors Book and stickers
and tape. Step 1. Cut your paper large enough to cover your
textbook. Add two or more additional inches on all sides. Step 2. Put the textbook on the center of the paper. Make creases by folding the paper over the
top and bottom edges of the book. Step 3. Put the book aside and fold the paper at the
creases until smooth and even. Step 4. Close the textbook and place it onto the paper,
leaving approximately 2 inches on the right side. Step 5. Wrap the remaining paper around the front
cover of the textbook and crease the edge. Remove the paper and fold at the crease. Step 6. Open the book and slide the front cover into
the sleeve. Close the book and make a crease with the
paper against the back cover. Fold the crease, open the back cover, and
slide it into the sleeve. Step 7. Hold the cover in place with decorative stickers
and different colored tape cut into different shapes. Did you know The largest bookstore in America
is the Barnes and Noble in New York City, which holds 12 miles of shelving.

95 thoughts on “How to Cover a Textbook

  1. @KiuKiu96 Grammar!

    Then take a pen and write on the cover…

    In Soviet Russia, the books cover you! With a transparent cover!

  2. No i did not know that the largest bookstory in America was the Banes and Noble and holds 12 miles of shelving because i live in the US and we dont know what a book is and i personally couldnt give less interest into it

  3. @stichedghost yes they do but teachers prefer this method because it protects the books better. The stretchy ones really don't do anything.

  4. this is Bs. Our schools gay and makes us make these. Mine's going to fall off within a day, and there's no fucking point in bookcovers anyways. Go Warriors. No. Warriors should go die in a hole full of crocdiles and lions. Make sure to put the principle in first.

  5. I prefer recycling a paper bag, which in my opinion is a thicker n better plus cheaper cover than the strechy covers that i've seen rip anyway. At least this way if the brown bag rips it didn't cost me anything to replace. Which I never needed to all thru jr.high or highschool if u don't abuse ur books.

  6. I forgot how to do this. We had to wrap our books back in early 70s on up while in school. I was reading a hard bound book when I realized I wanted to keep the cover on it nice. I love this video! It's like riding a bike. After watching it I covered 2 books in less than 5 minutes. THANK YOU!

  7. Had to look up this video for an English class for sophomore year and now I'm writing downΒ the steps as she speaks really fast! Good thing I pause and had captions on XD

  8. OMG TY I have to cover almost 5 book tonight for homework my backpack is 31.2 pounds (I actually weighed it) this will help a lot thanks

  9. Back in the 80s in Texas schools, they provided the book covers, they where sheets of heavy weight paper yellowish in color, and big enough to cover a standard 9×12 textbook. I remember going to the school library during lunch, and grabbing a stack of 50 or so, to draw on. lol They where about 20 x 28 inches. Made good drawing paper.

  10. Needed to wrap a book I borrowed from work and found this. So helpful and easy! Loved how you are doing this without any pencils, rulers etc, just bend here, bend there, use some tape, and done.

  11. Hi all, no time for covering or wrapping text books and note books? We have a solution. We will help you with reasonable charges.

    1 to 25 books – 6Rs per book
    above 25 books – 5Rs per book
    (excluding binding sheet)

    1 to 25 books – 9Rs per book
    above 25 books – 8Rs per book
    (with brown sheet)

    1 to 25 books – 11Rs per book
    above 25 books – 10Rs per book
    (with transparent sheet)

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  12. This was the first thing I thought of after purchasing a hardcover edition of Breakthrough Advertising for $100 bucks. Gotta protect the investment

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