bookling


bookling
n.
A small-format book, usually 50 to 100 pages long.
Example Citation:
Here's a nasty little publishing trendlet: the appearance of teeny-tiny books, or booklings.
— Martin Levin, "The ugly bookling," The Globe and Mail, January 15, 2000
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