How Your Kids Can Make a Book in Under an Hour

Are you amazed at the creative and clever things your kids say?

Want a way to capture what’s in their imaginations right now and keep it forever?

Looking for a special keepsake your kids can share with family and friends?

Pick up a pen and produce your very own book, written by your kids.

In this article, I’ll show you how easy (and quick) it is to put your children’s thoughts and illustrations down on paper and bind them into a book for everyone to enjoy.

Learn how easy (and quick) it is to put your children's thoughts and illustrations down on paper and bind them into a handmade book for everyone to enjoy.

Why Make Books?

Put down your camera phone and log out of YouTube for a little while. The best way to capture the childish handwriting, made-up words and spelling, scribbled artwork and extraordinarily creative written voice and imaginative thinking your kids exhibit right now is an old classic: write a story.

A digital file is hard to hold onto. It’s easily filed away and forgotten. But a book—printed on paper and bound between two covers—is a keepsake to stumble upon and flip through far into the future. A book is something special and lasting.

Create a book with your kids today and enjoy it for years to come.

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