How to do a BookMaking a book
If there is no writer or publisher, how do you quote a link to a work?
Printable example: Merriam-Webster's College Lexicon (11th edition). Put the name in the author's place. Literate a book without an original writer or publisher using the first significant term in the book cover (in this case Merriam). Use some words of the text or the whole text if it is brief, instead of an author's name in the quote:
of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate dictionary, 2005). Enter the number of the output after the header if the on-line report relates to a printed out.
Making a book of accordions
Chordion albums make for great screens! Stage 1: Halve a sheet of cardboard in the longitudinal direction to form two long, thin squares. Stage 2: Half-width the carton. Stage 3: Half the top cover by orienting the bottom to the top pleat. Stage 4: Turn the box over and do the same with the other side.
Stage 5: Make another sentence so that you have a maximum of 4 W. Stage 6: Glue your W's together to an accruor. For a few moments you can push the instrument under something heavier (like another book). Stage 7: Take your two 3 " x 4.5" boxes and trim two sheets of scrapbokaper slightly oversized.
Stick the box in the middle of the scrapbooking slip. Stage 8: Trim the edges of your scraps. Stage 9: Flip down and stick in the surplus sheet ofaper. Stage 10: Stage 11: Stick your slipcovers to each end of the printed-accord. It may be necessary to push your work under another work for a few moments.
You now have a nice little notebook to add to your collection with photographs, strass stones, sparkles, marks, ribbons or anything else you can think of. It' your textbook, so have a lot of laughs and see what you can come up with.