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Layer Books add great visual appeal to your student’s lapbook. They are perfect for animals, plants, famous people, and a variety of other topics.

Layer Books are probably the easiest mini-book to assemble, as they don’t require any folding.

Just cut, cut, cut; stack; and staple at the top. Voila!

Layer Book with Three Sections

This layer book has a cover and three rectangular sections for writing.

When you assemble the book, there will be a tab at the bottom of each page for adding a heading.

Simply click on the image to grab your layer book with three sections.

Layer Book with Four Sections

This is just like the layer book with three sections except that it has an additional space, so the book includes five rectangles. The file is two pages (so you can’t see the entire book in the preview image).

When you assemble this layer book, there will be a tab at the bottom of each page for adding a heading.

Simply click on the image to grab your layer book with four sections.

Layer Book with Five Sections

Again, this file contains two pages, so you can’t see the entire layer book. It includes six rectangles. The smallest is the cover, and then there are five additional rectangles to write on.

When you assemble this layer book, there will be a tab at the bottom of each page for adding a heading.

Simply click on the image to grab your layer book with five sections.

Layer Book with Six Sections

This two page file includes seven rectangles to stack together to form a six-section layer book.

When you assemble this layer book, there will be a tab at the bottom of each page for adding a heading.

Simply click on the image to grab your layer book with six sections.

Layer Book with Seven Sections

This two page file includes eight rectangles to stack together to form a seven section layer book.

When you assemble this layer book, there will be a tab at the bottom of each page for adding a heading.

Simply click on the image to grab your layer book with seven sections.