Generally, you can't assume that brand guidelines for use on web pages will also apply to print. I have managed to find information about using them in some print cases (which might not apply to your specific use-case):
This page on use of google logos/trademarks says:
Google typically does not allow third-party use of our logo or brand features to create ...
I recommend Freight Sans, a humanist sans-serif.
It's quite open and a little bit lighter than most body text typefaces on the web. So it feels very fresh to me. It's used as the body text on stratechery.com, for example, and I think it looks really good there. It feels like a good balance between hand-made and fresh and modern, and feels very premium.
If you have the printed book you can take a calibrated photo and take samples from it.
I have the reverse problem. Is there any way that I can simulate printed CMYK colors on my screen?
No, It is not the reverse problem, the problem is the same always. You can not simulate RGB colors on a print, you always simulate printed colors on a screen. The "...
Do you really need a Facebook logo on a business card?
Don't you think Facebook users, who are aware of your company name and are interested, would NOT search for you on Facebook?
Facebook has become ubiquitous. One would not put a Yellow Pages logo next to your phone number. It's the same thing essentially.
All this all holds true for the ...