The free half of the end paper is called a flyleaf. Traditionally, in hand-bound
books, the ...
Aug 7, 2008 ... The colorful strip at the spine edge of the book block is called a headband. The
upper one shown is sewn onto the book; the lower one is glued ...
This is a paper that wraps around the cover of a hardback book, with ends folded
inside ... The spine usually contains the book's title (but maybe not the subtitle), ...
Comprehensive list of synonyms for parts of books, by Macmillan Dictionary and
Thesaurus. ... side of an open book. A page on the left side is called a verso.
The outside part of the cover spine usually receives stamping for author, title, and
publisher. Also called spine, backbone, back backstrip, and shelfback.
Sep 17, 2014 ... Also called a French joint or French groove, groove, gully, channel, and ...
Usually the spine will contain important book information so it can be ...
A book bound along one of its shorter edges is called Oblong (See below). ....
Broken or Cracked Spine: A defect in the spine itself (the edge of the book ...
Mar 18, 2010 ... Spine: The “backbone” of the book; the part of the book that you see when you
shelve it, the ... Many modern books use what is called “super.
Jul 27, 2007 ... Spine of Book <ul><li>Part you see when book on shelf ... back cover </li></ul><
ul><li>Part between called spine </li></ul>Front Cover pages ...
Book Printing Lingo: What is the Spine of a Book? The Spine of a book refers to
the outside edge of the book where the pages are gathered and bound.