This year I bought Julie a cover for her Kindle Paperwhite (it’s awesome as she can now use it in the dark) and I did a lot of research to find the perfect Kindle Paperwhite cover.
I have personally hand-picked a selection of 5 covers that will hopefully cover both style, protection and budget concerns.
I would always recommend going for a hard case as last year I learnt the hard way what sitting on your soft case protected Kindle Paperwhite can do.
1. Pad and Quill Kindle Cover
Back when I owned KindleCases.net, I received a sample Pad and Quill case through the post and it literally blew my mind. It’s hardback and looks like a normal book; it can handle all 12 stone of me sitting on it.
The fact that I still use mine to this day and having bought a Paperwhite version with $40 of shipping for Julie goes a long way to say how much I love this case.
If you like the look and you are in the United States then you should definitely get one of these. For those of you who are in the rest of the worldâ€¦the shipping costs can be high especially if you want it relatively quickly.