- a little book, especially one with paper covers; pamphlet.
Origin of booklet
Examples from the Web for booklet
As he dug through the boxes, lo and behold, there was a booklet with his birth certificate.“Double Down”: 13 Must Read Moments from the New Book
November 7, 2013
The movies will be based on a 42-page booklet that was released as part of a British charity campaign in 2001.J.K. Rowling Is Back, and We’re in Hogwarts Heaven
September 12, 2013
In the face of public criticism, Ronski claimed that he had not personally approved the booklet.Ronski Heads New Jewish Identity Administration
May 28, 2013
Another page of Stand With Us booklet is devoted to "Israeli Communities Beyond the Green Line."Shouting Points
May 7, 2012
In 1957, the first annual Chase's Calendar of Events, a 32-page booklet with 364 entries, was published—it sold 2,000 copies.Happy (Your Cause Here) Day!
June 12, 2009
He was pleased to call his booklet "Musick's Monument," and it was printed in 1676 in London.How the Piano Came to Be
Ellye Howell Glover
A booklet designed to help mothers and teachers in the instruction of boys.Almost A Man
That booklet reached the sale of more than a million copies.Dollars and Sense
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
After reading this booklet your faith will be great, because you will be confronted with facts.The Right Knock</p>
The man at once produced the booklet, and Aspel purchased it.Post Haste
- a thin book, esp one having paper covers; pamphlet
Word Origin and History for booklet
1859, from book (n.) + diminutive ending -let.