Quick Answer: What Is The Standard Book Size?

blog.reedsy.com The standard book size is six inches wide and nine inches tall (6″x 9″).

Your book will probably be cheapest to print, easiest to read, and easiest to sell (e.g., it’ll fit on bookstore shelves) in this size.

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What is the size of a standard paperback book?

The term B-format indicates a medium-sized paperback of 129 mm × 198 mm (5 1⁄8 in × 7 3⁄4 in). This size has been used to distinguish literary novels from genre fiction. In the U.S., books of this size are thought of as smaller trade paperbacks (see below).

What is the normal size of a paper?

In the United States and Canada the normal size of paper is called letter size, or sometimes US letter. It is 8½ inches wide and 11 inches long. The other common size of paper in the US is called legal, or sometimes US legal. It is also 8½ inches wide, but it is 14 inches long.

What is book trim size?

Trim size is one of those terms we use frequently when talking about the dimensions of your printed book. The term comes from the fact that during the printing process the pages of the book first printed on large sheets which are folded, glued, and later “trimmed” to a specific size.