SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT
Doug Owens writes:
"I am aware that books should be
kept out of direct sunlight. How bad is it to keep books
in a room that it brightly lit by sunlight, but with no direct
light hitting the books? I want to keep the spines from
Can any of our readers supply an answer? Obviously,
direct sunlight is much harsher than indirect, but just
how much of a problem can indirect sunlight cause?
Wayne Homren, Editor
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