MAKING BOOKS

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Making Books For Fun

Author : Dana Meachen Rau
ISBN : 9780756538590
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the basic skills necessary for making simple books, as well as information on the history of this craft.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Making Books

Author : David Carter
ISBN : 0702234699
Genre : History
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This collection of essays discusses contemporary publishing in Australia—a trade that generates nearly $2 billion annually—while analyzing the structure and dynamics of the industry in the context of social, cultural, and legal forces. Diligent focus is paid to key topics such as the culture of an average Australian publishing house, the decline of literary publishing, and the impact of new technologies on the industry. Discussions on the publishing of specific genres—from romance and crime fiction to poetry and feminist literature—are also included.
Category: History

Making Books

Author : Simon Goode and Ira Yonemura
ISBN : 9781911595533
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 47.17 MB
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This is a modern, stylish and practical guide to the traditional craft of bookbinding, written by the founders of the London Centre for Book Arts, a destination workshop space that attracts visitors from all over the world. Accessible enough for complete beginners, while full of inspiration for those with more experience, this is the ultimate guide to making beautiful books by hand. Starting with an introduction to the bindery and a useful inventory of necessary tools and equipment, you’ll also learn about different paper types, and special finishes such as cloth coverings, headbands and ribbon markers. You’ll then find clear step-by-step instructions for six different hand-made book types, from simple pamphlets and concertinas to more elaborate multi-section bindings. Each project includes ideas for variations, resulting in over 20 different possible outcomes. There are also details about more advanced techniques and specialist bindings, as well as handy layout and design advice. A combination of practical and inspirational photography will guide readers clearly through each stage of the process, while showcasing the unique results that can be achieved and offering an exclusive peek into the workings of the authors’ studio.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Making Books

Author : London Centre for Book Arts
ISBN : 1616896310
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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From the London Centre for Books Arts, the internationally recognized, artistrun, open-access studio at the forefront of the book-craft community, comes this definitive manual for creating hand-bound books. Making Books: A Guide to Creating Handcrafted Books offers beginners and advanced artists alike a comprehensive overview of the tools, principles, and techniques used in hand bookbinding. Through hundreds of vibrant photographs and clear illustrations showing step-by-step instructions, Making Books leads readers through six bookbinding projects, from pamphlets and concertinas to multisection case bindings, for aspiring binders to learn and master.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

How To Be Brilliant At Making Books

Author : Irene Yates
ISBN : 9780857473776
Genre : Education
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Making books provides students with motivation and a purpose for writing. The worksheets in this book encourage students to compose, create, publish and respond to print. The technological side of book production involves problem solving and engages children in gathering information, prioritizing, negotiating, decision-making and evaluating. The activities include: selecting an idea for a book; choosing a good title; creating an index; choosing and designing illustrations; producing preliminary pages; different types of books, e.g. pop-ups, books with windows, concertinas, pocket books, big books and diaries.
Category: Education

Lampshade Making Books 1 And 2

Author : F. J. Christopher
ISBN : 9781473356108
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Making Book

Author : Janet Reed
ISBN : 057369365X
Genre : Drama
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This hilarious, biting satire centers around a feisty, idealistic teacher whose frustration with textbooks unexepctedly lands her a job as editor of a fifth grade American history book. Ellen wants "to bring history to the people" ... like Barbara Tuchman." She finds that creating this text is about selling to school districts while not offending any group. She becomes outraged when forced to omit a historical figure because he had a dicey background: he drank. Ellen gets little help from her ambitious assistant and her chic, bitter supervisor. And the V.P. of the department, a sleazy, sexist, sexually harassing incompetent, is no help at all. Ellen's last hope is that the author, famous historian Professor Gregory Chrichton, will come to her defense and show them all how to reach students with the book. In a wickedly funny climax, she confronts the business of education and learns the difference between selling textbooks and teaching them children.
Category: Drama

Princess In The Making

Author : Michelle Celmer
ISBN : 9780373731886
Genre : Fiction
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He was only supposed to tempt Vanessa Reynolds away from her plot to become queen. The pretty, single mother may believe she's going to marry his father, but Prince Marcus Salvatora will do everything in his power to prevent a royal marriage. Yet befriending the lovely American and her adorable baby girl has the debonair bachelor awash in confusion. This woman and her child are not schemers. In fact, they could make his life complete. But once she leaves without a wedding ring, the powerful prince knows he'll be forbidden to ever truly make her his own.
Category: Fiction

Madness In The Making

Author : David Lindsay
ISBN : 9780595347667
Genre : Performing Arts
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"A fascinating history of the unexpected intersection of science, technology and show business." -John Steele Gordon, author of Hamilton's Blessing "Once upon a time, American know-how flourished through show-how: spectacular demonstrations by ever resourceful technological entrepreneurs. David Lindsay brings back these glorious (and sometimes infamous) theatricals in a delightful, witty, narrative with a serious point: the American inventor, now relegated to endless rehearsals, needs to resume a rightful place on the national center stage. For admirers and critics of technology and for veteran and inspiring inventors, Madness in the Making will give pleasure and inspire debate." -Edward Tenner. Author of Why Things Bite Back
Category: Performing Arts

Of The Making Of Books

Author : Malcolm Beckwith Parkes
ISBN : 185928079X
Genre : Literary Collections
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A collection of essays on medieval manuscripts presented to the leading palaeographer, Malcolm Parkes. The essays look at authorship, textual theory, some biographies of medieval writers and the development of the manuscript.
Category: Literary Collections