How does a novel and book differ?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
A novel is a story in prose....A book can be about anything; an instruction booklet, recipe book etc
- 1 decade ago
A novel is a story someone made up. Some books are novels and some books are true. It's like the difference between a movie and a documentary.
- BertieLv 41 decade ago
A Novel is a book type
- WCLv 71 decade ago
A novel is a story, a book can be about anything.
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- 1 decade ago
A novel is a story, it is the writing, the tellings on the pages, what the books intention is for, whilst the book is the object, the thing with a cover, pages, and writing.
- grizzieLv 71 decade ago
Boy, some of these answers...anyway, a novel is a book of fiction. A book can be fiction or non-fiction (the latter of which may contain a story, even if it's true).
That's the short story, anyway.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (e book a million) via J. ok. Rowling has lived a depressing life along with his aunt and uncle, the Dursleys. He sleeps in a closet and has in no way had a social gathering or Christmas can provide. Even worse, he has to bear life along with his terrible spoiled cousin, Dudley. Then on Harry's 11th birthday, issues substitute whilst a letter arrives, (via owl), inviting him to attend the Hogwarts college of Witchcraft and Wizardry. unexpectedly Harry unearths himself between acquaintances, studying approximately potion-making and magic-wand waving and broomstick using. There're chocolate frogs and each flavor Beans and a three-headed canines and Quidditch-a game greater effective than soccer. g
- gouri mLv 41 decade ago
novel is a kind of book man....
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Books are more interesting
- ~RifA~Lv 41 decade ago
the spelling is different!