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The book industry recognizes various parts of a book. A basic knowledge of the parts of a book and how a book is put together can help writers to envision the finished product. Most books will have at least a front and back cover, title page, and body text but usually there will be many more parts of a book design. DLite Press helps you understand the design and creation of a new book by explaining the various parts.

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Most children's books contain illustrations. Children's literature can refer to works for children age 0-18 but can be further sub-divided into the following categories below
Picture books appropriate for pre-readers, ages 0–5. The illustrations in a picture book are generally an integral part of the work
Early Reader Books appropriate for children age 5-7. These books are often designed to help a child build his or her reading skills
Chapter book appropriate for children ages 7–11
Short chapter books, appropriate for children ages 7–9
Longer chapter books, appropriate for children ages 9–12
Young-adult fiction appropriate for children age 13-18
Series books the story continues in a sequel or number of books with similar themes

Book lengths

The official length for a paperback must be at least 48 pages when published (and no longer than 800 pages)
The official length of a hardback must be at least 108 pages at publication (and no longer than 800 pages)

Paper Type refers to page weight and width.

Trade Paperback and many hardback books are printed on 50lb, 55lb or 60lb paper.
The thicker paper e.g. 60lb will be heavier. 50lb is an acceptable industry standard because heaver paper will make the book more expensive to ship.
The width of the paper is a measure of the PPI. 400 PPI means that the book has 400 pages per inch

Paper Color refers to the tone of the page

Creme-white is a 30% recycled natural off-white color
White is a pure white
All paper is off-set, opaque, acid-free and meets all library archival standards


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Commissioner Ryuubi

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Kanlu Krimson, the second prince of the Immerallian Empire, speaks with his personal acquaintance and Ryuubi's right hand man, Captain Kou Mine to uncover the truth of who killed Commissioner Ryuubi, a brilliant detective on the island of Ilkupir….


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Life After High SchoolLife After High School: Traits that Help & Traits that Hurt

What's your personality trait? Are you a Hemmer, a Blamer, a Pusher, a Pathfinder or a Detailer? Does it really matter? How does your personality trait influence your career choice? What can you do to change? Do you need to change?


This no-nonsense text explains positive and negative traits that can help or hinder teens in their post high school life. The guide gives readers strategies, helping them to identify the path to success and to avoid the route that often leads to failure.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-937143-14-5

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