Writing book

a book for practice in penmanship.

See also: Writing

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
And the world is sad enough without our writing books to make it sadder.
As yet, however, there was no reasoning of the matter, and Charles Reade was writing books of tremendous adventure and exaggerated character, which he prided himself on deriving from the facts of the world around him.
Though there's nothing remarkable in that, seeing that he is constantly contributing articles to various publications or writing books. It's the story itself that's so wonderful.
I wonder whether the gentlemen who make a business and a living out of writing books, ever find their own selves getting in the way of their subjects, like me?
Writing books, unless one be a great genius--and even then!--is the last road to fortune.
"But my sons are neither boot-blacks nor newsboys, and I object to hearing them use such words as 'screamer,' 'bully,' and 'buster.' In fact, I fail to see the advantage of writing books about such people unless it is done in a very different way.
This time, students are invited to participate in the Summer Reading Challenge by reading and writing book reviews in both English and Arabic.
" We have got to know through media reports that some international and national film directors and writers are interested in making film and writing book on the rushi- Hemraj murder case.
It is a writing book that is full of practical advice, strategies, diagrammatic representations, examples of mini lessons, a CD-ROM with support material for writers, writing planning sheets (and examples of outcomes from such planning), PowerPoint lessons ready to go, and lots and lots of the most useful and practical ideas that one could possibly wish for in such a guide.
"I am now writing book two, which has not yet been named and will be out in May." Critics have compared his book to the work of espionage writer, John Le Carr and it has been described as a "classy thriller".
Had I listened to him, I might be cruising the South Pacific in my own yacht instead of writing book reviews, because anybody who plunked down $100 in the mid-1980s on Amgen would have shares worth more than $1.5 million today.
Mrigendra Raj started writing books at the age of six, his first book being one on poems.