Children’s Book Printing: Spotlight on Rufus

Children Book PrintingWe at Publishing Xpress just cannot get enough of adorable children’s book printing project! They are truly gems to print, especially when they’re filled with such cute and well-designed illustrations. Just like our feature this week, Rufus The Blind Dachshund by Mark Bennett.

This precious children’s book printing project is a delightful, imaginative audio children’s picture book about a dog and a princess. Though we had the pleasure of printing a batch of these books, the printed books are unfortunately not for sale. However, an electronic version can be purchased online.

Wide-Format Children’s Book Printing for Rufus The Blind Dachshund

children's book printingSized at 11 x 8.5, a large perfect-bound landscape book, the hand sketched illustrations really stood out on the plain white pages. These large-scale illustrations had decent sized text to go along with each sketch. The images and text were just the right size for easy viewing and easy reading with children.

Having the background white, as well as having the text and images not too close to the edges of the pages, made for clean cutting and binding, making the final product for this children’s book printing project look polished and sophisticated.

Specs for Children’s Book Printing Project

  • 8 1/2 x 11 landscape
  • 66 Color Pages + Cover
  • 80 lb. Gloss Cover
  • 70 lb. Gloss Text

Client Review of Children’s Book Printing Project

I selected Publishing Xpress because your pricing is competitive, the website is easy to use, and you are all very friendly to work with. You communicate well, and that went far in ensuring that I got the results I was looking for. I was very happy with the quality of my project. The printed colors were exceptional (and those who have seen my book have also commented on how good the colors look).

Yes, I would use your services again. In fact, I did for my mother’s poetry book, and it also came out very well.

Sincerely,

Mark

More Information

For more information, check out http://www.rufustheblinddachshund.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *