I have an older (mid-1990's) TAN Books Douay Rheims with the padded leather cover. A number of years ago, it was on the seat of my truck in the winter and a sudden stop sent it flying onto the floor, which was wet from melted snow. While the cover was fine, the pages absorbed some of the moisture and ended up waving and stiffening up. I dried the Bible as best I could, but couldn't stop the page warping. This Bible is special to me because it was a confirmation gift from my sponsor (complete with a note of encouragement on the inside of the cover). Would you (or any of the others who read the blog) have any suggestions on how to flatten the pages and restore them to a softer/more flexible manner?