In the publishing world, a “rebound” is a book that has been rebound—that is, the book’s binding has been replaced. The most common type of rebound is a library rebound, which is done to extend the life of a book that has been heavily used.
A rebound can also refer to a book that has been rebound for aesthetic reasons. For example, a collector might have a rebound done to restore a damaged book to its original condition.
There are a few different ways to rebound a book. The most common method is to simply remove the old binding and replace it with a new one. This can be done by hand or with a machine.
Rebound is a new binding of a book that was previously bound in another binding. Rebound books are often less expensive than books that are bound in their original binding. Rebound books are also sometimes used to repair damaged books.
There are two main types of rebound books: those that are rebound in the same style as the original binding, and those that are rebound in a different style. Rebound books that are rebound in the same style as the original binding are sometimes called “half-bound” books. Rebound books that are rebound in a different style are sometimes called “full-bound” books.
The term “rebound” can also be used to refer to the process of rebinding a book.
Rebound has been an important part of the book industry for centuries. It allows publishers to recycle old books and give them new life. It also allows readers to enjoy old books at a fraction of the cost of buying new ones. Rebound is an important part of the book industry and will continue to be so for many years to come.