Booklet

(redirected from Booklets)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Booklet

A short book, usually less than 20 pages. Booklets have a wide variety of both business and non-business uses. For example, they may be used in marketing.
References in periodicals archive ?
Until this date, California teachers can still request the booklets free of charge by calling Ellen Dolich at 510-523-4221 or by e-mail at ellend@hipworks.
In addition, squaring the back of the piece makes it possible for booklets to lay flat for easy packing.
booklets printed 4-color and saddle stitched, give prices for 12 and 16 Not all booklets and pamphlets will be printed at the same time.
Automatic saddle-stitch booklet making, 2 and 3-hole punch, and support for Z-folding and document insertion are available with optional accessories.
Teachers and parents are important stakeholders and after they go through the booklet, seminars and other awareness steps will also be taken.
Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, officially launched the Soil Blanket booklet at the Sustainability Institute yesterday morning (5 September 2016).
The production of the booklet has been long in the making, and it was released at the beginning of the school year.
The booklets are written by local historian Frances Stott using information from her book 'Mirfield' published in 2012.
The committee, falling under the department of Islamic affairs and charitable activities in Dubai, stated that these booklets are sold against a high price due to the discounts offered.
These compact booklets can be bought for SR10 to SR25.
To cut through the crowd and help legislators make sound public health policy decisions, the Maine Public Health Association now offers a quick-to-read public health education booklet.
5-inch booklets, which are also available in Spanish, include worksheets to help consumers make plans, set goals and take control of their money.