I've read all his books.
She wrote a book about the island's history.
I bought a book on/about Glasgow.
When he finish[es] work, he goes [to] a pub, he ha[s] a beer and he read[s] a book. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Italian)
an address book
I lost my address book last week. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Chinese)
If you want to get permission for the building, you'll need to do everything by the book.
The upper-class people always do things by the book, follow the rules and the conventions and therefore are stand-offish and cold. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; French)
I'm in Mum's good books at the moment for passing my exams.
She always admired him so much and wanted to be in his good books. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Polish)
I bought a book of stamps.
You can get a book of ten tickets for the ferry.
She'd booked a table for two at their favourite restaurant.
You need to book a seat on the train to Edinburgh.
Book early/in advance to get a good room.
The hotel is fully booked for the next three weeks.
Don't forget to book in advance bec[a]use, as you can imagine, everyone goes away from the city during the Summer holiday! (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
She booked me into a hotel in the town centre.
You have been booked into the "Palace Hotel" which is one of the most comfortable [hotels] in town. (First Certificate in English; B2; Turkish)