Answer: Fahrenheit 451
It would be hard to find a book more suitable for being bound in fire-proof asbestos Fahrenheit 451
Shortly thereafter Fahrenheit 451 was published in 1953, an edition of 200 numbered special issues. These white-bound books with red cover text contained both a printed signature on the cover and an actual signature. More importantly, the books were bound in envelopes of asbestos cloth, a refractory mineral and a symbolic allusion to the contents of the book itself.
If you think that's wise, it seems Fahrenheit 451 and clever designs match. Super Terrain, a European publisher, published an edition of the book in 2018 that contains black jet pages of lyrics that can only be detected by panning over the page with a hot flame.