I'm making a cookbook for my oldest as she's nearing the age where she'll fly out of the nest. Got to thinking...there's four more to go after her. Thought about it some more and realized there's some students I know whose parents rarely cook and/or haven't taught the kids how to. So instead of going ahead with a hand-made one that may fall apart, I'm thinking about making it more sturdy and having multiple copies for my other kiddos and for those in school that could get some use out of it. I can personalize the ones for my kids with a handwritten note in front and through the pages. Got any ideas on either how to do this myself or a cheap way to get it done professionally? I'd like it to be something they can keep forever and something that can be repeated should I come across more students in the coming years that may be able to use something like this, something more personal than just buying them one off a shelf or telling them what to borrow from the library so they know I actually care and want them to have this. The cost definitely must stay minimal though.