Scotch Transparent Tape
Having little hands turn pages as they read books makes the books fall apart year after year. To save money instead of buy new books, I use the Scotch Book Tape to tape the pages and book covers when they are torn.
July 27, 2011
Tap into Tape
Scotch's book tape preserves book spines, teacher's name labels, and AR coding on classroom library books at a minimal cost compared to torn up books. Tap into your book tape supplies and preserve a wealth of treasures in your classroom!
June 9, 2011
Book Tape to the Rescue
In this age of budget cuts and financial shortfalls, we teachers have to depend on cost cutting measures. I am using textbooks that have had to withstand 8 years of student use and abuse with no relief in sight. Thank goodness that Scotch Book Tape exists to keep saving the day for me. Scotch Book
tape delivers the repairs that ensure that my students have access to the written word. Like most teachers, most of my school supplies are paid out of my own pocket, so I appreciate the quality of Scotch Book Tape on a very personal level.
November 6, 2010
I'm the librarian at my house, and Scotch Book Tape has saved the life of many a book here!
This tape is great for giving extra strength to the spine of that favorite paperback book. It reinforces the corners of the covers as well. When my friends ask how I keep my paperbacks looking so new, I tell them Scotch Book Tape is the answer.
When toddlers ripped an entire book from its hard cover, Scotch Book Tape came to the rescue again. The contents never came loose again; the tape never cracked, not did it ever change color.
And outside the home library, the uses are endless. Needless to say, I'm sold on this Book Tape!
November 3, 2010
Scotch Book Tape
I have a lot of children's books that have been used over the years. Most of these books had covers that were hanging on by a thread. I needed to repair them so my 2 year old could use them. I used Scotch book tape on the outside and inside covers. The tape is strong and sill holding today.
January 4, 2010