Made by the oldest bookbinder in the U.S., Out of Print’s ebook cases are the first to look, feel and wear like an actual book. Made for iPad, Kindle and Nexus 7, each hardcover case features authentic book cover art and is made from book fabric that has been treated to withstand constant wear and tear. Inside the Out of Print eBook Jacket, your device is well-protected with a form-fitting cradle (designed by an MIT mechanical engineer, no less!) with design elements that allow for easy access to all important buttons and ports. Initially, Out of Print started as a t-shirt line to celebrate the world’s iconic books and cover art. Since then, the brand has expanded its offering to include literary-themed collections of totes, accessories, stationery and home goods items. As with its other products, the purchase of an Out of Print eBook Jacket makes possible the donation of one book to a community in need through a partnership with Books For Africa. Since launching in early 2010, Out of Print has donated over 300,000 books. They hope the initiative will help continue to share the joy of reading with many more people around the entire world.
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