nonbook

[ non-boo k ]
/ ˈnɒnˌbʊk /

noun

a book without artistic or literary merit or substance, especially one that has been developed primarily to exploit a fad or make a profit quickly.

adjective

of or relating to such a book.
of or indicating what is not a book: pens and other nonbook items for sale in the bookstore.
Library Science. of or being a holding other than a book, as a CD, film, or art print.

Origin of nonbook

First recorded in 1955–60; non- + book
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