WHAT!? NO PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY!!? Not to worry. Book Darts is one fine solution! Book Darts are precision-cut, paper-thin metal line markers that attach easily to any page. To use, place Book Dart at desired line, close book and press in. Sliding a Dart onto a passage assures you can recall it easily even in a closed book.
Elegant enough for great museum shops, book-friendly enough for public libraries, often judged indispensable by students, educators, and other readers of what has lasting value.
Answers the question: "How can we mark our exact passages, find them again, quickly and surely, and never harm the page?"
NEW: BOOK DARTS AUTHOR SERIES
Review these selections from our new Author Series. The idea behind this project is to showcase a range of writers whose work merits a second look. To quote Dick Cavett, "Better we read half as much and read it twice." Each edition in this collection has been beautifully hand drawn and lettered by illustrator Wayne Shellabarger.
each book an ongoing resource, not a graveyard of ideas. Now you don't
have to remember all the answers, just where to find them. Book Darts
are a tool for recalling exactly what you need from within any text.
Once you find it, we'll help you hang on to it. Think of each dart as a
switch that turns ideas on again. When you've discovered something
important in your reading, Book Darts make sure you'll find it again
when you need it.
"Lege Serio" READ LIKE YOU MEAN IT!
CUSTOM GREETING CARD SETS
Check out this wonderful collection of reading-themed greeting cards beautifully crafted by master calligrapher Carol Dubosch of Portland, Oregon. Each set includes a selection of thirteen different cards featuring some of our favorite sayings about books and reading. Each card in the set includes one 12-count Pack of Book Darts - perfect for mailing.
BOOK DARTS FOR COOKS
A great idea for cooks who read! Use these new "cook darts" to find and flag your favorite cookbook recipes. As we've long said about Book Darts,
"In a cookbook, they might help elevate your meal; in a mushroom book, they could save your life!"