What is a bookmark?
A bookmark is simply a thin marker, usually made out of card stock, designed to keep a reader’s place in a book. Bookmarks date back more than a thousand years and have been made over the years out of leather, wood, paper, metal, silk, fabric, cord/rope, and plastic. In the 1800s, bookmarks were used extensively with Bibles and Prayer Hymnals and were usually made from silk, leather, or varying widths of ribbon. By the end of the 1800s, bookmarks were printed on heavy paper and card stock, which coincided with the wider availability of books in general. Today, bookmarks are commonplace and are used as another form of marketing and advertising not just new books but also other forms of entertainment, products, and services.
Dave likes bookmarks as he is usually reading and doing research in several books at any given time. He would prefer using a proper bookmark to hold a place in a book for quick access to the passage he is reading or the information he is referencing. It is much better than dog-eared pages or leaving books open all over his office.
Bookmarks are available for the following books:
•Claude Coats: Walt Disney’s Imagineer—
The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond
3D Disneyland: Like You've Never Seen It Before
• Oswald the Lucky Rabbit: The Search for the Lost Disney Cartoons
• An Animator's Gallery: Eric Goldberg Draws the Disney Characters*
• Dali & Disney: Destino: The Story, Artwork, and Friendship Behind the Legendary Film*
• Remembering Roy E. Disney: Memories and Photos of a Storied Life
• Kem Weber: Mid-Century Furniture Designs for the Disney Studios
*Bookmarks for these books are in limited supply, please send an email to check that they are in stock.
Send the self-addressed stamped business size #10 envelope to:
c/o Madison Beach Productions, LLC
25876 The Old Road, #213
Valencia, CA 91381