Storing Books on ShelvesShelving units are the perfect solution for storing books. They allow easy access and the titles are more visible. You don't need to buy expensive wooden shelves for this purpose, read on for some shelving tips.
Keeping Books From Becoming MustyThis is a page about keeping books from becoming musty. Changing where and how we store our books can often help to keep them from getting a musty odor.
Storing Wallpaper Books?Anyone know a good storage solution for wallpaper books?
Organizing Children's BooksThis is a page about organizing children's books. Keeping your kids' books stored in a way that makes it easy for them to read and enjoy their favorites can be a challenge and require some creativity.
Getting Rid of Your Old BooksThis page is about getting rid of your old books. Having a library of books can be very nice, but often times you may not read them again.
Organizing Audiobooks on an iPod?This is a page about organizing audiobooks on an iPod. Keeping your audiobooks organized will ensure ease of access for your listening pleasure.
Making Magazine HoldersThis is a page about making magazine holders. Make your own inexpensive holder for keeping your magazines organized and handy.
Lending BooksThis is a page about lending books.Sharing and exchanging books with friends, family and co-workers is a great way to experience literature with those around you. However, it can be difficult to keep track of which book you lent to whom and when.
Organizing CookbooksThis is a page about organizing cookbooks. If you love to cook you probably have a small library of cookbooks, each with their own way of sorting the recipes they have. Keeping your cookbooks organized will make it that much easier to find the recipes you want.
Organizing Your Book CollectionThis is a page about organizing your book collection. Have you ever not been able to find a book that you knew you had? Books are a great addition to any household, but they do take up a lot of space and require organization.
Contact Paper For Longer Lasting BooksIf you want to have paperback books last, cover them with clear contact paper, leaving a margin of 2 plus inches on the inside edge. For some reason, this seems to help the binding, as well as keeping the cover from getting frayed.