"Vermont Bookbinder Relies on Medieval Solutions"

The Brattleboro Reformer profiled Malcolm Summers of the Chester Bookworm in its May 5th edition. 

I’m just doing a book for a customer in Zurich, Switzerland,” he said, “and the object of the restoration is to give 200 to 300 years of life to the book...Not a week goes by when I’m not doing a cookbook or a Bible...Cookbooks — it’s either their mother’s, their grandmother’s, or their great-grandmother’s. They’ve got themselves in a state, and they need some tender loving care....I did a restoration of 17th-century Bible in Swedish. Bibles have been passed down and can have information about the family.