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August 7, 2005

Page Boy® Folding Book Holder


I bought one of these at least ten years ago and still use it when I travel.

It's beaten up but still perfectly functional.

I've been looking for a source since then without luck until yesterday when I turned the page in a giant library supply catalog and voila, there it was.

Now I can give them to people and share a superb design with excellent function.

    From the website:

    Folding book holder is compact enough for storage inside a binder or folder, yet it is sturdy enough to support an unabridged dictionary.

    Hold any kind of book, newspaper or magazine open for convenient note–taking.

    Great for displaying literature, too.

Chrome–plated steel.

4.5"H x 7.5"W x 6.5"D.

Folds flat for transport.

$5.99 here.

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I found two at B&N today, and they are out of stock and don't carry them on their website.

Posted by: JHolder | Nov 2, 2007 7:04:12 PM

FYI: I found one today @ Barnes & Noble.

Posted by: Michelle | Sep 27, 2007 7:57:28 PM

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