The Awesome Bookstore That Sells Books Without Their Covers

We’ve always been told not to judge a book by its cover but, when you step into a bookstore, covers are pretty much the first thing you notice.

Not in this one though.

Elizabeth’s bookstore in Newtown, Australia has found a clever way to help us look for other things when buying a book. They wrap their books in brown paper, handwrite a few key words on the front so customers can get an idea on what they could find inside and call them Blind Date Books: (the article continues after the ad)

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This insanely cool idea started out by an employer of the bookstore who named the whole thing “a blind date with a book”.

It was originally planned as a Valentine’s Day promotional idea but it quickly spread out and it’s now the book store’s main attraction.

How awesome is that?

If you like what you read, then you will definitely love this one: Can You Guess The Material In Which These 2 Books Have Been Bound?

Photos: dailytelegraph.com.au

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