Mother’s Day is still a few weeks away, but it’s never too early to think about how you’ll make the day special for your mom.
In case you’ve never considered it before, books make amazing gifts. One reason books are so awesome to give and receive is because books never get old, wear out, or breakdown. The book is a fixture. Flowers wilt,
Taking this to the next level, a personalized book is one of the most powerful and special gifts you can give. A photo book capturing moments you shared, a story tailored to your Mom, a calendar with family holidays and photos—books offer versatile and meaningful ways to show your loved ones how much you care.
Today we offer a gift guide of amazing, independently published books your Mom would absolutely love for Mother’s Day. Just click on any title below to see the shop page on Lulu. Or get inspired and create your own book for your Mom today!
Profoundly Perplexing Puzzles By Phil Lloyd
If you are looking for the ultimate in logic puzzles that require pure deductive reasoning then this is the comprehensive collection for you.
Even if you are new to logic puzzles, the startlingly simple instructions and crystal clear grids provide an easy introduction to this totally absorbing and intellectually stimulating pastime.
landscapes By e. rumsey
Just Be Happy By Alessandra Hayden
Just Be Happy – Crochet Hats for Babies and Toddlers by Alessandra Hayden
Chasing the Sun Montana Glacier National Park By Steve Rubin
Amazing landscape and wildlife images from in and around Glacier National Park, Montana
Dream Big, Live Intentionally By Kathy Rasmussen
Ready to start changing your world? Start a daily manifesting ritual including writing affirmations, listing what you’re grateful for, and declaring your inspired actions every day.
The Dream Big, Live Intentionally daily manifesting journal is a tool you can use to guide you through manifesting the life you’ve always wanted.
The Grits & Groceries Cookbook By Heidi Trull & Joe Trull
Heidi and Joe Trull each bring a life-long love of
With over 200 recipes from G&G’s famous tomato pie and praline bacon to southern staples such as angel biscuits and collard greens. With everything in between.
Brewing Ambition By Anita Riley
Homebrew recipes by the women of North Carolina’s Craft Beer Industry and the stories behind them. Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit The Pink Boots Society’s scholarship fund, which seeks to assist, encourage, and inspire women in the beer industry to further their careers through education.
The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox By Lisa Louise Cooke
The completely updated second addition of the genealogy bestseller! When it comes to tracing your family tree online, you need the right tools to get the job done! In The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, renowned genealogy podcaster Lisa Louise Cooke helps you stuff your genealogy toolbox with FREE state-of-the-art Internet tools that are built to search, translate, message, and span the globe. You’ll travel outside the genealogy community and straight to the folks who dominate the online world: Google. A lot has changed since the first edition was published in 2011, and it’s all documented step-by-step in this new edition.
Yoga for Beginners By Cathy Wilson
Yoga for Beginners: Ultimate Guide to Practicing Yoga by author Cathy Wilson is a fantastic take action guide to get your feet wet with the ancient art form of yoga. Wilson takes you through the basics of yoga, providing the tools and knowledge for you to benefit from yoga in every aspect of your life.
Write. Plan. Do. Bullet Journal By Nada Qamber & Najla Qamber
Your Write. Plan. Do. Bullet Journal Edition filled with dotted lines for your monthly, future, and daily logs, clean looking calendars, lists, and doodles too.
Perfect for bullet journaling, notes, and even daily journaling.
Paul is the Senior Copywriter at Lulu, writing weekly blog posts and helping guide content for the company’s marketing. When he’s not deeply entrenched in the publishing and print-on-demand world, he likes to hike the scenic North Carolina landscape, read, sample the fanciest micro-brewed beer, and collect fountain pens. Paul is a dog person, but considers himself cat tolerant.