Phobia is used both independently and as a suffix to describe an irrational fear of something, and has increasingly productive productive use as a suffix in recent years – it seems possible to create an English term for being frightened of almost anything. For instance, many of us have heard of claustrophobia (fear of confined spaces) and agoraphobia (fear of open spaces) but what about e.g. papaphobia (fear of the Pope or the Roman Catholic Church), nostophobia (a fear of returning home), or even coulrophobia (fear of clowns).
The English language seems to concentrate as much on classifying medical as it does finding terms for alternative therapies used to address them, so as well as bibliotherapy, we have bibliophobia (an irrational fear of books). Abibliophobia is most likely a nonce derivative of the latter, using morpheme ‘a’ from the Greek not.