Definition of Paperback book
1. Noun. A book with paper covers.
Generic synonyms: Book, Volume
Specialized synonyms: Pocket Book, Pocket Edition, Pocketbook
Derivative terms: Paperback
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Literary usage of Paperback book
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1. Fire Safety Education Resource Directory edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"Program element: paperback book Item number: 239 Audience: Children Contact: Firefighters Bookstore 18281 Gothard Street, #105 Huntington Beach, ..."
2. The Paperback Art of James Atavi by Piet Schreuders, James Avati, Kenneth Fulton (2005)
"Their awkwardness is endearing since they cannot hide their embarrassment in acting out the intimate and embarrassing roles on the paperback book covers. ..."
3. Nonfiction Matters: Reading, Writing, and Research in Grades 3-8 by Stephanie Harvey (1998)
"Some teachers I know put a class set of a paperback book on their supply list. Others apply for grants to purchase books or distribute the freebies they get ..."
4. The Home-Based Bookstore: Start Your Own Business Selling Used Books on by Steve Weber (2005)
"Trade paperback A paperback book larger in size than a mass-market paperback; it may be the same size as a hardcover. Uncorrected proof Apre-publication ..."
5. Schools and Drugs: A Guide to Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Curricula (1993)
"The Surprising Years, a paperback book for parents; 135 pp.; $6.85 each for 1-249 copies (price decreases with larger orders). ..."
6. Virginia Law Books: Essays and Bibliographies by William Hamilton Bryson (2000)
"The compiler of this paperback book was one of LaRouche's co- defendants, and the publisher was one of LaRouche's organizations. The purpose of this book is ..."