Our aluminum book stands are for displaying items indoors, like the cover of a book, or disc, or the front of an e-book reader. The book stand can hold items that are roughly 1 3/4 of an inch wideItems for display should be tilted back. Approx. Weight of each Book Stand is 1/2 ounce. Approximate size H 5″, W 2″, Depth 3″. Width is adjustable by hand. Great display stand for your nightstand at home, schools, offices, book stores, libraries, and churches. Great gift for book lovers.
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This Book Stand is best suited for items that aren’t thicker than about 2 inches.
For thicker or extra heavy books we recommend our Bent Back Book Stands. (Search Amazon for Bent Back Book Stands)
This Book Stand, which we call our Straight Back Book Stand, has black tips and will hold a book from a paperback to a 1.5 inch thick hard cover. A good way to display a CD, Blue Ray, E-book, or DVD. Add it to your library supplies. DOES NOT HOLD BOOKS OPEN FOR HANDS-FREE READING.
Approx. size H 5″, W 2″, Depth 3″.
Gene Robinson on his book God Believes in Love: Straight Talk About Gay Marriage www.randomhouse.com “My friend, Bishop Gene Robinson, has long been a voice for equality—not with anger or vitriol, but with compassion and faith. He has been guided by the simple precept that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us.” — President Barack Obama From the Bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire in the Episcopal Church, the first openly gay person elected (in 2003) to the historic episcopate and the world’s leading religious spokesperson for gay rights and gay marriage—a groundbreaking book that lovingly and persuasively makes the case for same-sex marriage using a commonsense, reasoned, religious argument, made by someone who holds the religious text of the Bible to be holy and sacred and the ensuing two millennia of church history to be relevant to the discussion, equally familiar with the secular and political debate going on in America today, and for whom same-sex marriage is a personal issue; Robinson was married to a woman for two decades and is a father of two children and has been married to a man for the last four years of a twenty-three-year relationship. Video Rating: 4 / 5
The ongoing church worship revolution-leading to both renewal and conflict-has called for a new edition of Barry Liesch’s The New Worship, first published by Baker in 1996. The author has made major revisions to several chapters and has also added a new appendix.
The New Worship, expanded edition, is a practical book that gives workable suggestions for worship; presents contemporary trends; gives advice for handling conflict over music; answers hard questions; and offers stimulating ideas for services. It helps pastors, worship leaders, and musicians navigate changes, resolve conflicts, and use a blend of both traditional and nontraditional music in praise formats.