How to extend book pages without obscuring details?


I have a book that has been thrown around for a few years and the pages are starting to come out in chunks. I’ve mostly been able to glue the pages back in place, but I want to extend the pages (they are very short so I want room for mistakes) and sew them back together to stop them from coming apart again. Problem is the pages have no margins, and some (very important) illustrations can take up the entire page. What would be the best way to extend the pages while preserving the content?

I do apologise if I put anything badly, I’m not too familiar with a lot of this!

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    Asked on October 15, 2020 3:57 am
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    In order to create a structure for sewing you will need to do something with a material that is thin enough to see-through like hinging tissue or document repair tape. This will be awkward though. It would make more sense perhaps to just re-perfect bind the text-block.


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