Picaboo Yearbooks

The starting price for a 20-page yearbook is $18.99 for a hardcover, $9.49 for a softcover and $0 for an eBook.  No minimum purchase is necessary.

The following is from http://yearbooks.picaboo.com:

Picaboo Yearbooks 21st Century Yearbook Program™ was developed to inspire students to be creative and innovative, to collaborate and communicate, and to use critical thinking just as they would in the real world. It empowers students to create yearbooks using the very same 21st century skills that are applied in the classroom and beyond by giving them the right tools for student-directed learning.

At the core of our philosophy, Picaboo Yearbooks strives to make the yearbook fun again. Troublesome software is a thing of the past. Our cutting-edge and intuitive web app allows students to transform the process of making a book into an experience of recapturing memories.

With Picaboo Yearbooks’ revolutionary platform, there is no minimum order, meaning a school can order as few or as many yearbooks as needed, eliminating all financial risk associated with producing a yearbook.

There are no deadlines, allowing schools to place an order on their own timeline with the promise of 3-week delivery. And because we believe every student deserves a yearbook whether they can afford one or not, eYearbooks are free, along with free shipping on orders of 50 books or more.

It’s about the kids, not the contract. Do you share our vision?

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About Hemet Sunshine

I am a homeschooling mom living in Hemet, California. I am interested in building a better community for the ones I love.
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