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The usage of the title Golden Book includes:
- Golden Books was the children's book imprint of Western Publishing, later Golden Books Publishing and now Random House/Penguin Random House
- Little Golden Books and Giant Golden Books children's series
- Golden Book Encyclopedia
- The Golden Book Magazine, a magazine publishing short fiction that ran from 1925 to 1939
- Codex Aureus (Latin for Golden Book) are several Gospel books from the 9th through 11th centuries that were heavily illuminated with gold leaf
- Libro d'Oro (English: Golden Book) is a list of the local nobility
- The Golden Book of Marcus Aurelius, by Meric Casaubon, a translation of Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
- The Golden Book of Marcus Aurelius (1534), by John Bourchier, 2nd Baron Berners
- The Golden Book of Cycling was created in 1932 to celebrate "the Sport and Pastime of Cycling by recording outstanding rides, deeds and accomplishments"
- The Golden Book of Italian nobility official register of the Kingdom of Italy, compiled by consult heraldry
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