We love books in all sizes, shapes, and formats, but today we’re here to talk about why paperbacks are seriously awesome.
If you’re not a fan of paperbacks, this list might convince you otherwise. . . .
1. Paperbacks are easy to take with you everywhere.
They fit right into almost any purse or even in your back pocket. With a paperback you never have to be without your book . . . just maybe look up from time to time so you can watch where you're going.
It’s a little easier to let go of a paperback (unless it’s your old favorite copy) so letting a friend borrow them is less of a blow than saying goodbye to a hardcover (do people ever give books back anyway?)
Jackets are beautiful, but with a paperback you never have to worry about taking the jacket off, damaging it, ripping it. You can live your reading life carefree and unattached. Doesn't it just make you want to skip?
Lastly, paperbacks offer another edition to add to your collection because when you really love a book, you need every version of it! And having every edition of your favorite book is something to celebrate. You go, you!
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