Story Book Printing: Spotlight on Ned Luberecki

Story Book PrintingProfessional banjo player Ned Luberecki has been making crowds laugh for years with his wacky bluegrass song, “Cabin of Death.” (It’s all over YouTube). When friend Ginny Foard added illustrations, lots of people wanted copies of this story book printing project. Now in its third printing, the songbook has helped Ned become a “dubious children’s book author.”

Children’s Story Book Printing for Ned Luberecki

We at Publishing Xpress enjoyed the comical aspect of this story and truly appreciated the illustrations. It was 12 pages of really cool, colorful sketch illustrations depicting the storyline.

This was probably one of the smaller page quantity children’s books we have printed here at Publishing Xpress. Considering how thin the book was and how the illustrations took up most of the space on each page, choosing saddle-stitch binding was the perfect choice.

Cabin of Death Story Book PrintingAt Publishing Xpress, we can print multipage documents anywhere from 8 pages to over 300 pages. Just shoot us an email or start up a chat, and we will work with you to get your print publication just right. With four binding styles to choose from and lots of paper choices, we can help you find the perfect options for your printing project.

Specs for Story Book Printing Project

  • 5.5×7
  • 12 Color Pages
  • Saddle-stitch
  • 80 Matte Text for inside pages
  • 100# Gloss Cover for cover

Client Review of Story Book Printing Project

When asked about their experience printing their story book printing project, our client indicated:

“Our first printing was a small number of color copies made with a simple binding. Publishing Xpress’s staff gave good advice for choosing the right paper stock, and has been prompt at providing the finished copies. They’ve been great to work with, and we hope to use them again for future projects.”

More Information on Story Book Printing Project

For more information on Ned Luberecki, check out www.nedski.com.

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