What is the difference between a book and a book cover?

by Christian Jarrett The word “book” comes from the Latin word “biblius,” meaning “book.”

It means the collection of books, and the term book cover was coined in 1849 to describe a type of printed cover used by booksellers.

Book cover designers used the term to describe what they wanted their books to look like and to give them a certain amount of space to stand out.

Many booksells were inspired by the design of their cover, so the term “book cover” was also used in reference to a cover that had a certain aesthetic and function.

This article is part of a series of articles about the history of books.

You can read the previous article about the first book cover.

But before that, here’s a brief history of the word “cover.”