I first folded the major folds with the grain.
I aligned one sheet with the grid on my cutting mat. Measuring two inches down, I cut horizontally at the two-inch mark and stopped at the last fold.
I measured two inches down again, then started at the first fold and cut across to the edge.
Measured two inches down from there for a third time, and cut across from the edge to the last fold again, just like the first cut.
I accordion folded the book up along the folds, but when I got to the foldovers, I aligned the segments and pressed into place. It worked pretty well.
How a snake book usually looks. The foldovers splay open like tents and pockets.
I didn't need that look or those pockets. For stability, I put three dots of glue at each of the foldovers and pressed together. You could dot all four corners.
Glued, it looks like this. It has a different rhythm.
And repeated 33 more times.
The book I Found Out is available at my Etsy store, nevermindtheart.
*Keith Smith writes in 200 Books, "He [McCarney] first referred to it as boustrophedon, 'as the ox plows.' This seemed a little obscure, so he now calls it the snake format" (p. 173, Book 101, 1984-85).