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Can't Tell These Books By Their Covers (Really)
Flapart is "fake book covers that feature tongue-in-cheek titles such as The Nutritional Benefits of Nose-Picking and Laser Eye Surgery at Home. The intentionally controversial dust jackets can either be used as an innovative form of gift wrapping, or simply as a way of striking up conversation during an otherwise mundane commute to work." National Post (Canada) 01/29/08
Posted January 30, 2008 07:50 AM

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