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chap·book

 (chăp′bo͝ok′)
n.
A small book or pamphlet containing poems, ballads, stories, or religious tracts.

[chap(man) + book (so called because it was originally sold by chapmen).]
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chapbook

(ˈtʃæpˌbʊk)
n
(Historical Terms) a book of popular ballads, stories, etc, formerly sold by chapmen or pedlars
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chap•book

(ˈtʃæpˌbʊk)

n.
a small book or pamphlet of tales, ballads, tracts, or poems.
[1790–1800; chap (as in chapman) + book]
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