Partially correct. God does not want us to worship idols or symbols. But no one is worshiping the Bible. At least no Christian does. But we do recognize that the Bible is God's Word to us, and God does tell us to read and know and live by His Word, the Bible. Being obedient to God by doing what He says is an act of worshiping God, not the Bible.
As far as your statement, “That's why in that book it gives permission to follow the laws of the land. Ergo, the Bible isn't real”, this is not only incorrect, but it makes no sense. The Bible does not say we have “permission” to follow the law of the land, it says we must follow the law of the land (Romans 13:1-7). At the same time, however, in Acts 5:27-29, we clearly see that the requirement to follow the law is only applicable to those laws which are not contrary to God's Word.
The recent battle against Hobby Lobby is a good example of this. The government made a law that said Hobby Lobby (and other businesses) had to pay for their employees access to birth control. Okay, no problem, Hobby Lobby complied. But when the government went on to say that Hobby Lobby also had to pay for their employees abortions, the Christian family that owns Hobby Lobby said no because that law is contrary to the Word of God.
Your comment, “Ergo, the Bible isn't real.” is based on an assumed contradiction that in actuality does not exist, so your argument is invalid.