Definition of toybook in English:


Syllabification: toy·book
Pronunciation: /ˈtoibo͝ok


A children’s book with features that enable it to be played with as well as read.
More example sentences
  • This is what a toybook ought to be, folks.
  • She produced six watercolor designs for Diamonds and Toads, a toybook published by Frederick Warne and Co. in 1869.
  • The following is a list of Warne's Sixpenny toybooks and Routledge's Sixpenny and Shilling Toybooks, the latter printed by Edmund Evans and representing two-thirds of Crane's work for them.

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