book jacket

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: jacket - a paper jacket for a book; a jacket on which promotional information is usually printed
jacket - an outer wrapping or casing; "phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets"
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Between now and Christmas, he intends to persuade as many top authors as he can to take part in the "book jacket tour" and pose in the 70s-style jacket and shades.
Primary pupils' creative skills were tested through competitions to design a bookmark and design a book jacket for a favourite classic story.
According to the book jacket: "In 1968, Shaikh Mohammed led the Dubai Police Force, and in 1971, was named the youngest Minister of Defence.
Hidden beneath a perplexingly nondescript book jacket is one of the best novels of 2017, Millard Salter's Last Day by Jacob M.
Graphic designer Jon Gray exercised artistic license with the counters, serifs and tails of the letters, as well as the orientation of the type to create an appealing and eye-catching book jacket.
The book jacket continues, "Deftly weaving together psychology, evolutionary biology, anthropology, physicians, and economics, along with compelling stories of hard-won lessons learned in the field, Harford makes a passionate case for the importance of adaptive trial and error in tackling terrorism, climate change, poverty, and financial crises--as well as in fostering innovation and creativity in our business and personal lives."
Most consumables we find at office supply stores, art stores, or online, but we must get creative finding the heavyweight 11x17-inch "signature sheets" and even heavier 11x26-inch book jacket paper.
The store will boast an 18-foot ceiling and shelving that goes from the floor almost up to the ceiling, along with a brick back wall that will have a felt covering, for book-related art, including book jacket art, to be pinned there on a rotating basis.
But Dan, an obituary writer who has penned a novel, finds himself obsessed with Anna, a photographer who takes the picture for his book jacket. Dan inadvertently introduces Larry to Anna.
Starting off with a very attractive book jacket, the reader is given a quick introduction on the lineage of leatherneck aircraft and aviation history.
Ahead of it highly anticipated publication, publishers Little, Brown released a shot of the book jacket. The novel is set in the fictional English town of Pagford and deals with the unexplained death of a village resident.