If you are overwhelmed with printing and binding books at home, or you have a dream of creating your very own book, I will explain how to print a book professionally from home with a few clicks of a button and delivered straight to your home.

I have other tutorials along the same lines of printing and binding at home very easy and I will link them below.


We use a curriculum that uses a classic book list of books you really can't find at your local library. With the CDs or with the files online, you pick away to get them into your children's hands. Some choose binding at home themselves, or others choose e-readers or some prefer to buy, either buying the old books themselves or reprints.

Another option is printing and binding in a more professional way that's easy and affordable in the five to $10 range. Some of the benefits of this approach are having it in a nice big size, a little bit more durable, affordable, saves time most importantly, and you can customize and dedicate it to your children. Comment below and tell me what your favorite methods is.

Here's what you need to do:

1. Get the book or write a book if you want to write your own book. I'm using the RC book list.

2. Head on over to Now, this is not sponsored. I do not have a contract with them. I just love Lulu!

It's actually where I print all my RC home-school related products and now books for our seats.

Next, I will show you step by step how to upload and add a cover and choose a format. Check out the video below.

I am very happy with how it came out. The kids really like it. It's really great for young readers! Comment below what you would print first!

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