Definition of bookcraft in English:

bookcraft

noun

archaic
  • 1Book learning, scholarship; (also) skill in producing or writing books; authorship. In early use also in plural.

  • 2Specifically. The art or practice of designing, printing, or binding books.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Byrhtferð of Ramsey (fl. c986–c1016), Benedictine monk and scholar. From book + craft.

Pronunciation

bookcraft

/ˈbʊkkraft//ˈbʊkkrɑːft/