What is the difference between 'book' and 'textbook'?
As far as I know the word "textbook" is related to the learning material in school. So you work with textbooks in lessons whereas books are novels...etc.

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'Textbook' is a book that concerns about a subject that a person studies in. It's a study material and is generally written for students. 'Books' are anything that are printed and fastened together with a cover that we can. 'Textbook' is a book, but a book isn't necessary a textbook. Get it?
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A textbook is a kind of book that contains the information for students and other individual for its study.
A book is a general term of such kind of references, such like dictionary, atlas, etc.

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