Absolutely not! The oldest printed books we know originate from China, where people printed books with wooden blocks as early as the 8th century. The oldest dated book, dated by its maker, is the Chinese “Buddha’s Diamond Sutra”: May 11th, 868. It is one of Buddhism’s greatest treasures.
Manuscripts i.e. books written by hand, are much older.
The oldest European book we know of was printed by Johannes Gutenberg in 1455, the “Forty-two line Bible”. Parts of his important contributions are the invention of a mould to cast metal letters and an oil-based printing ink. The base of printing originates in China, but in Europe some very important features were added to the process which caused a breakthrough in the post medieval centuries. The first book, printed in the Netherlands, by Jacob Bellaert, was published in 1483.