What kind of paper should I use with my children’s book, my illustrated children’s book? OK, the trade books, you narrow it…you know, you’re looking at it like the 50-pound…the offsets, your uncoated paper. The children book, you want to use a coated paper, OK? And the reason you want to use a coated paper is that the harder the surface of the paper, the better the print quality, OK? It’s not that you can’t use an uncoated paper. It just does not give you the same job. It doesn’t give you the same quality. Generally, your choices are gloss coated or matte coated, OK? Again, it’s whatever it is you like, OK? Just like white or natural is, you know, trade books. Matte or gloss is all the choices that you have for children’s books and then an 80-pound or 100-pound, OK, not thinking that, “OK, I know what a 50-pound paper is. Boy, that 80-pound must really be thick.” Remember, it’s sold by weight, right? So the coating weighs, you know, a lot. So your thickness (1:00) may not be…you know, you really should look and feel and see whether you want…you know, most of the books, you’ve done on 80-pound, 100-pound and say, “We offer,” and I personally like but that’s all, you know…it’ll be your choice.