Remember those times when you would make your own story book, and glue or staple it together? I know I do. This piece is to represent that, with the scattered colored pages on the floor, and one page in the wip stage as him and his friends brain storm what should come next in the story. --
I do remember doing that. I was such a crafty kid. Even in Primary School and High school if we were given a sheet of paper (written on both sides) that I thought was integral to the lesson or project and I wanted to be organised (which I almost always was) I used to put the sheet of paper and place it in the exercise book of the subject and stick it in with sticky tape as if it was just another page in the book.
I do that sometimes, yeah. I don't tape it in, but I try to shove the page in there as far as I can so it is at least kind of snug. Though it does annoy me when the paper is bigger than the book, and sticks out a whole bunch.
I would do that but I figured they would fall out anyway if I didn't stick them in on the sides with the tape into the actual spine. Yeah, I agree! Though in that case, they had these special plastic covers for the exercise books that had a kind of pouch attached so I just used that instead and folded it if I had to.