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Some old books are really valuable and we want to keep them safe and avoid their decay with time. The simple way is dry up them in Sun or with hot air blower and keep in a plastic pouch and close the pouch either with strapler pin or cello tape.

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Hi did this as a project at University. All books have a ISBN number that is unique to every book . Usually library uses the first three letters for the Authors surname and then a three digit code . if using a data base you would either assign field with Alpha numeric or have two fields one alpha number is and the other as numeral . ISBN would be a good field to have also maybe you could ask a local library how they do their numbering or look at https://www.library.illinois.edu/infosci/research/guides/dewey/

Books • Answered on Apr 07, 2019


it was stories of intimate relations but then I stopped writing them.

Books • Answered on Jan 08, 2018


Too much purple prose, and hackneyed descriptions. fine if you are writing a poem, but not so much in a book.

Books • Answered on Jan 03, 2018


Would rather have to clean the oven and the fridge for the rest of my life than read either of the two

Books • Answered on Jan 03, 2018


If you are a real writer you will know! But start with something dramatic. a cliffhanger if you like.

Books • Answered on Jan 03, 2018


Do your own work, or your'e grounded!!!!

Books • Answered on Jan 03, 2018


Those are fine names, especially if you are trying to show a familial connection between them. Sisters, maybe?

Books • Answered on Dec 31, 2017


Don't you mean George Orwell and what actually is your question?

Books • Answered on Dec 17, 2017


You do research on which publisher publishes your type of book. then send a query letter and wait for an answer. Good luck

Books • Answered on Dec 16, 2017


A sloth is very lonely, anyone or any creature can be depressed or lonely depending on circumstances. A swan mates for life for instance so how would it be if it lost its mate? Good luck.

Books • Answered on Dec 11, 2017


No, I do not agree. I do not believe it would ruin anything! She would have been wonderful the same way no matter what color she was. Skin color has nothing to do with a person's character, abilities, feelings or capacity. It is unconceivable that in the 21st century there is still anyone that may be considering skin tone as a reference for anything! I think we are evolved enough to know that this has no importance whatsoever! Nobody asked to come to this world as black, white, freckled, yellow, red, albino, green or purple! It was not something we could choose or avoid. Whatever color we had at our birth was never a choice of ours! We could have been any color! ANY ONE! So, why should anyone take that into consideration for anything, if that is so irrelevant? It is just a little bit more or a little bit less melanin in our "preparation". Nothing more, nothing less... What we do, how we act, how we treat each other, what we do to enhance and make our world, ou surroundings a better place are the things that matter! Not the color of our hair, our eyes, our skin... It doesn't matter if we are tall or short, fat or slender. A dwarf or a giant. What matters comes from our minds and our hearts! Whenever we are filling a form and there is still a field to be filled with "race", there is only one word that we are all supposed to write: "??????????"...

Books • Answered on Dec 06, 2017


What description is that?

Books • Answered on Dec 03, 2017


Do your research and think of personal experience at your own school or community. It can be either or, depending on the circumstances.

Books • Answered on Dec 03, 2017

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