For quick reference, here’s a cheat sheet of common components used in book design. Remember, most books don’t have all of these, so use this glossary to get the parts you DO have in the right place.
Half title — This page contains only the title of the book and is typically the first page you see when opening the cover.
Frontispiece — An illustration on the page facing the title page.
Title page — Announces the title, subtitle, author and publisher of the book.
Copyright page — Usually the back of the title page, this page carries the copyright notice, edition information, publication information, printing history, cataloging data, legal notices and the books ISBN or identification number.Read More...