I scan quite a few books that include pages of newspaper book reviews and coupons for ordering books at the beginning and/or at the end of books. Should we leave them in or cut them out of books? Some of this information isn't very readable, but some of it is. I would prefer an authoritative answer on this from a Bookshare staff member and not personal opinions as that only confuses the issue. So what's the final word: leave them in or take them out? If people who read books on paper are called bookworms, then people who listen to cassette books should be called tapeworms.