Book A collection of written, illustrated, printed, or blank pages (white and unwritten pages);
It is made of ink, paper (sheet), animal skins or other materials (glue, thread, etc.) that are usually fastened or joined together on one side (right or left).
Each sheet in a book is called a page, and each side or on each sheet is called a page.
Covering a book is called bookbinding. The book comes in a variety of sizes. In Iran, travel, ministerial and pocket cuts are among the most famous pieces of the book.
The smallest book in the world is a Bible that is kept in the Vanak Church Museum in Isfahan. The first book in Persian in India was decorated with an Armenian ornament.
Another type of book is the digital book (e-Book), which comes in the form of software packages such as PDF or iPad, which are also used by e-readers such as the Amazon Kindle. Another example of a non-print book is an audiobook, which is read by a person or persons and sometimes performed as a play. These books may be accompanied by music and effects.
A clear and complete definition has not yet been provided and will not be able to cover the meaning of all the different types of books. But one of the most authoritative definitions of a book is related to UNESCO: a book is a type of bound book that has more than 49 pages and, like publications, is not published periodically under a fixed title. Another definition of a book is "a set of wooden or ivory plates or a set of sheets of paper, deer skin or the like, whether handwritten or printed together, threaded or bound together." Another definition that seems appropriate is content produced by the author that pursues a specific goal and the book presents content around the goal axis specified by the author, and at the end of the book, the author reaches his goal and in this case, a general reference to Have no other books or articles.
The word book has entered Persian from Arabic. In Middle Persian, "Namak" (Dari in Persian "letter") was generally referred to as a book, and Farvardag referred to what is commonly called a letter today. In the period of Dari Persian development, letter in the absolute meaning of the book has been used. In Middle Persian, the more specialized terms Matikan (treatise) and Nask (for the Avestan sections) are used. The word prophet, which is always with writing, and the absolute meaning of the book