It almost reminded me of a Preach My Gospel in the way that it was made. I love reading about the basics because it reminds me of what I know to be true. This book is a great read for LDS and non-members alike. I would suggest hurrying to your nearest Deseret book store and buying it up while it's still 4.99!!! BONUS: Click here to download all 20 steps in a complete guide for writing a book. Phase 1: Getting started. We all have to start somewhere. With writing a book, the first phase is made up of four parts: 1. Decide what the book is about. Good writing is always about something.
The great thing about being a human is having these amazing hands with thumbs that allow us to do all sorts of tasks. The other great part about being a human is that we have these brains that can imagine whatever we read, such that they allow our imaginations to explore many lives and to keep learning.
But sometimes use of your thumbs and your need to read clash. Thumbs are needed for eating, washing dishes, prepping dinner, knitting, folding laundry, sewing buttons, thumb wars, sketching, or maybe they are just plain tired! How to read with busy or tired thumbs? With book holders, of course!
Behold, 36 great book holders!
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Tuck it away or set it for some bright red reading time!
Get your vintage on.
Now I just need that constantly warm bathwater from Hogwarts.
I can still read fiction while cooking, no?
Now to dig into that ereader backlog!
This is totally spill proof—unless you spill acid.
This looks very prepared for cats rubbing on it while interrupting reading humans.
Beautiful as well as useful.
Reading will not be stopped by international travel.
Splish-splash, but not on my book!
Even books need to chillax sometimes.
Desktop butterfly helps the pages flutter by.
Apparently “intellectual” is the target market.
Perfect for showing off a lovely new read.
Travel pillow for me and for my book!
I always feel like somebody’s watching meee.
Practically perfect in every way.
Goodbye, hand cramps!
Like a bird, or flying nun.
How many thumb book holders is too many?
Shiny! Malcolm and Jayne are def reading with this!
You can be both floral and metal while reading!
The boning will keep your book open and your underlines straight!
Tula Pink patterns with books, a perfect match!
A risqué name and it looks like a sex toy? Just tell Nana you only use it for reading.
Nothing says books like a kitteh.
A lunching book lover’s delight!
Those eyes have seen so many books.
Oh the pretty!
Don’t forget to bring your woodworking skills!
If you’re looking to get really comfortable while reading and want something beyond book holders, check out some of our favorite reading pillows! Also, hit the comments to share your favorite book holders!