Who said you can't judge a book by its cover?

Answer According to, the phrase originates from a 1929 article in the journal "American Speech"; however, this said you could not judge a book by the binding. The first reference to a cov... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Who said you can't judge a book by its cover

Do you judge a book by it's cover?

no .. i like to find out whats going in side it as well ..

Why do people watch judge judy and judge mathis these 'judges' have more personal problems than the litigants.very degrading and mean spirited..the opposite character of what a judge should possess?

Judge Judy expects a direct answer to a direct question & does not tolerate word-games. This would be fine if she was polite and not abusive herself. But she does not respect anyone herself so shou... Read More »

How to Cover a Book With a Book Cloth?

While books can take you worlds away, they aren't immune to the everyday battering and beatings of real life. Creating a book cover for your beloved books is a great way to protect them from harm. ... Read More »

How to Cover a Book?

Covering a book can be such an annoying task - especially cutting out the little square inserts for the spine. Little did you know, there is a far simpler method for protecting your textbooks.