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Softcover $12.99 $19.99 $19.99
Hardcover $29.99 $29.99 $39.99 $39.99 $54.99 $59.99
Hardcover with Dust Jacket $34.99 $39.99 $44.99 $44.99 $59.99 $64.99
Premium Leather with Dust Jacket $39.99 $49.99 $49.99 $49.99 $69.99 $74.99
Premium Lay Flat Hardcover $79.00 $89.00 $129.00
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Additional pages (each) $0.50 $0.50 $1.00 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50

Kids Photo Books

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Kids love books. And if the book’s about them? Get ready to see them light up like never before. You can choose to create a photo book just for kids and give it as a surprise gift, or you can let your child play author and work with you to create a custom photo book that captures all his or her favorite things. The Mixbook editor is so easy to use that even the smallest children can help mom or dad choose photos for each page, or even drag and drop pictures into place. Whether they play a part in creating the book or it’s a surprise, kids will love all the fun Mixbook stickers that adorn the pages, and they’ll love seeing their names in print. If you’re creating a book to document a birthday, consider snapping photos of more than just the festivities. Take plenty of pictures of preparation, from shopping for party food to putting up decorations. And if it’s a surprise party, it can be fun to snap some behind-the-scenes photos so they can look back later on all the sneaking around that happened on their behalf. Snap a few shots of kids putting their fingers up to their mouths to say “shhhh.” Kids will love reveling in the secret to-do that was made for their big day. If you’re creating a book that chronicles your child’s involvement in sports, the same approach holds: snap more than just action shots. Take a few photos here and there of your child reading a book about his or her favorite sport by flashlight, or trying on shoes needed to get in the game. It’s all about rounding out your depiction of your kid’s involvement in the activity, giving dimension to the experience and to the memory. Happy Mixbooking! Happy memories!