We have about 30 J. Vernon McGee paperbacks/pamphlets that are 8" x 5" in size.

Members like them because they are short but also good theology.

The titles are all on the front cover so they are often overlooked when browsing through a bookshelf

Does anyone have a good idea of how to shelve or display these small treasures? 

Marilyn Trueblood

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Well, there is old school " vertical file" or you could use magazine file boxes (https://www.demco.com/magbox-trade-mini-periodical-magazine-storage). There are rotating display options also (https://www.demco.com/countertop-rotating-literature-displays)

My husband & I looked at the plexiglass displays and realized we could build something if we were a little creative. (We have more wall space than horizontal space). We took a "what if we used..." trip to Lowes and came up with our design. Using a piece of leftover luan as the backer & some plastic J channel (usually used with drywall) & three 1/4" dowels we created a display that holds all but 4 of our pamphlets.  I will swap in the Christmas pamphlets starting in November.  With luck, there is a picture below.

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