- This page is about Wikipedia Books – books built from Wikipedia articles. You may be looking for Help:Books, WikiProject Wikipedia-Books, WikiProject Books, Wikipedia:Notability (books), Print Wikipedia, or Wikibooks.
|WARNING: Part or all of the Book Creator software may currently be disabled while a completely rewritten version is being installed. For the latest information, see here.|
|At the time of writing, you can create a book design and upload it to Pedia Press for final tidying and print-on-demand ordering in (approximately) A5 format.
Pedia Press have agreed to help us out with a new eBook (softcopy) builder. Softcopies may also be built using the independent open source tool, MediaWiki2LaTeX, which may be used online or installed locally.For help with downloading a single Wikipedia page as a PDF, see Help:Download as PDF.
|Some information in this page may relate to an earlier version, which has now been disabled.|
A Wikipedia Book is an organized collection of Wikipedia articles that can be rendered electronically in PDF format, or ordered from an associate publisher as a printed book. The book is compiled afresh each time it is downloaded or ordered, so will always reflect the latest versions of the articles.
Note: Currently (April 2018) the book generator has been disabled pending a rebuild. The old Offline Content Generator had become unmaintainable and buggy and was withdrawn to make way for a new system. As of April 2018 a candidate replacement is in development and awaiting a host platform to be installed on.
The Bookshelf is a tool for browsing, searching and viewing the Wikipedia Books created to date.
Featured and good topicsEdit
Each topic has a dedicated book linked in the upper-left corners of the topic boxes.