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Bookworms rejoiced when the Closed Book emoji became available as an emoji. We often see the closed book emoji in combinations that also feature the Green Book emoji, Blue Book emoji, and Orange Book emoji. You may use emoji sets like this to talk about books that come in more than three volumes. It may also serve as a reminder to those who need to catch up on their reading for school or work. Adding additional book-type emojis like the Open Book emoji in a combination may also help emphasize the status of your reading in online posts.

Aside from reading, we usually relate the closed book emoji with writing or school work when we use it for online conversations. Despite the difference in minor details, the closed book emoji consistently shows up as a simple illustration of a closed red book. Among all renditions, however, Apple’s version of the closed book stands out due to its additional detail. The front cover features โ€œVol. 1 by John Appleseed” inscribed at the top area. You may also notice the succeeding titles of the following volumes in other book emojis offered on the platform’s keyboard. The unique design serves as a homage to former Apple CEO Mike Markkula.

๐Ÿ“• Closed Book is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Closed Book Is Also Known As:

closed book

red book emoji

Closed Book Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 359 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Closed Book Emoji History

Closed Book Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Closed Book Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F4D5
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010