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A book is a set or collection of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of paper, parchment, or other material, usually fastened together to hinge at one side.
Book or Books may also refer to:
- Book (graph theory), a split graph consisting of p triangles sharing a common edge
- Book (law school), a common award given by some law schools
- Book (musical theatre), the spoken dialogue of a stage musical
- Book (wagering), a set of odds for the possible outcomes in betting
- Books, an online retail bookstore in Taiwan
- Book, a 1997 memoir by Whoopi Goldberg
- Derrial Book, (commonly called Shepherd Book) a character in the Firefly television series and the following film Serenity
- Book's Covered Bridge
- Books (EP), a 2004 EP by Belle & Sebastian
- The Books, an American band
- J. B. Books, a character in the film The Shootist
- Book of Matches, a 1993 book of poetry by Simon Armitage
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