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school·book

 (sko͞ol′bo͝ok′)
n.
A textbook or other book for use in school.

schoolbook

(ˈskuːlˌbʊk)
n
(Education) a textbook giving information on a particular subject, used in school

school•book

(ˈskulˌbʊk)

n.
a book for study in schools.
[1735–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.schoolbook - a book prepared for use in schools or collegesschoolbook - a book prepared for use in schools or colleges; "his economics textbook is in its tenth edition"; "the professor wrote the text that he assigned students to buy"
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
crammer - a textbook designed for cramming
introduction - a basic or elementary instructional text
primer - an introductory textbook
reader - one of a series of texts for students learning to read
Translations
učebnice
skolebog
koulukirja
školska knjiga
教科書
교과서
skolbok
หนังสือโรงเรียน
sách giáo khoa

schoolbook

[ˈskuːlbʊk] Nlibro m de texto (escolar)

schoolbook

[ˈskuːlˌbʊk] nlibro scolastico, libro di scuola

schoolbook

كِتَابٌ مَدْرَسِيّ učebnice skolebog Schulbuch σχολικό βιβλίο libro de texto koulukirja livre de classe školska knjiga libro di testo 教科書 교과서 schoolboek lærebok podręcznik szkolny livro escolar учебник skolbok หนังสือโรงเรียน ders kitabı sách giáo khoa 课本
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They would teach him something about the history and distinguished people of his country which he has never read in any of his schoolbooks."
I only knew the schoolbooks said he `died in the wilderness, of a broken heart.'
There the satinwood book-case filled with his dog-eared schoolbooks. On the wall behind it was hanging the same ragged Flemish tapestry where a faded king and queen were playing chess in a garden, while a company of hawkers rode by, carrying hooded birds on their gauntleted wrists.
"Jo" on the next lid, scratched and worn, And within a motley store Of headless, dolls, of schoolbooks torn, Birds and beasts that speak no more, Spoils brought home from the fairy ground Only trod by youthful feet, Dreams of a future never found, Memories of a past still sweet, Half-writ poems, stories wild, April letters, warm and cold, Diaries of a wilful child, Hints of a woman early old, A woman in a lonely home, Hearing, like a sad refrain-- "Be worthy, love, and love will come," In the falling summer rain.
"I'm not even going to look at a schoolbook in vacation," she told Marilla.
The new textbooks were organized after the Saudi Education Ministry asked the King Abdul Aziz Foundation for Research and Archives (Darah) to improve schoolbooks. According to Darah, it took the foundation four months to produce 15 textbooks with over 2,700 pages.
"With Dyce Carriers kindly transporting the donated items to Luton, we can use the money we save to buy more vital items, such as food and schoolbooks, which we can use to support the Kenyan children further."
We verified the child's identity through his schoolbooks. The school's principal, bus supervisor and driver were summoned to the station." - Brig Saeed Hamad Bin Sulaiman, Director of Al Rashidiya police station
She describes Cervantes' life and experiences as a warrior and the conditions in which he wrote, with an emphasis on Catholicism, chivalry, and romance; adult adaptations of Don Quixote in English, by Daniel Defoe, Tobias Smollett, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, and others; Edwardian biographies, novels, and essays as literary responses to the novel; Edwardian adaptations for children; collections and home libraries that included Don Quixote with other texts; Don Quixote in pedagogy and schoolbooks; and mid-20th century adult renderings by Mikhail Bulgakov, Tennessee Williams, Dale Wasserman, Joe Dariuo, Mitch Leigh, Graham Greene, and others.
He pointed out that schoolbooks have been delivered to over 90 percent of schools and the residue would be receive their books soon.
The police had already prevented the delivery of schoolbooks at the premises two days ago, citing the same pretext about the ...
The determined girl teaches herself to read and write from her brother's schoolbooks, and when she becomes a young wife and mother, she writes her dreams on a scrap of paper and buries them in a can.