A Book You Never Have to Turn a Page

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What IS a One Page Book?An entire work of literature, reference or (soon) music, printed on a single page!An ENTIRE Shakespeare play. A Complete book from The Bible and with many titles coming next year.• Readable type size
• Beautiful, original illustrations
• Heavyweight fine art paper
• Archival inks

Every One Page Book is shipped in it’s [sic] own, tube, inside another super-heavyweight shipping box with an unconditional, 30-day, money back guarantee.

The texts of each One Page Book title have been meticulously laid out in accordance with their original counterparts — verse structures, line breaks, stage directions etc., making them superb study aids.

Each centerpiece illustration has been commissioned specifically for that work and captures the essence and themes of the piece. The title of each piece is a work of calligraphic art in its own right.

All of the Shakespeare Plays and Books of The Bible have this beautiful, antiquarian paper background and just the right amount of margin for matting in a frame of your choice.

Granted, the titles are only limited to all Shakespeare’s plays, selected books from the Bible and children’s fairy tales, but I think it makes a great addition to any library. I also think it’d make a great table cover (the kind where you can slip things under a glass top); it would certainly motivate the desk owner to keep his desk empty or otherwise some parts of the text wouldn’t be visible! And it also makes for a nice distraction when one needs a break.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. doreenh
    Aug 31, 2007 @ 20:16:46

    Thanks for the heads up on the Delicious Library, I was just checking it out. I broke down and paid the membership fee for LibraryThing, and by the way your site is beautiful.

    nylusmilk: no problem. 🙂 i think the librarything purchase is worthwhile, considering it’s a lifetime fee, and as i’ve said, the features are the best among its kind. and thank you for the compliment!

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