Norton Custom Textbooks and eBooks deliver the quality, innovation, and value you expect, with the personalized service, guidance, and control you want.
The same editors, designers, and production staff that produce Norton’s award-winning texts and electronic materials will help you choose and assemble the best materials for your course. Choose the materials you want from our library of readings and labs, order only the chapters you need with our Chapter Select eBooks, or customize a printed book to fit your course.
However you choose to customize your text, Norton’s custom editor and your local Norton representative will help you make editorial and design decisions, estimate costs, and formulate schedules, and you’ll have the opportunity to review and approve each step of the process.
Norton Custom also offers lower-cost paperback and loose leaf versions of most Norton textbooks, which are also customizable.
Easy to Order
Once your book is created, your custom ISBN is ordered like any other book. Norton prints and prepares just the amount you need for your class, and stays in contact with you and your bookstore every step of the way.
Look for customization options throughout Norton’s web catalog, or contact Norton Custom here.
Praise For Norton Custom
“To put the exact right material in semester order was a real treat. I only had students buy what we actually were going to use, and it arrived printed up in the order we needed to cover it in. Super professional looking final product, and very good student acceptance. Right out of the gate, Norton Mix was a hit.” —Charles Hood, Antelope Valley College
“I appreciate not having to track down and post various texts on Blackboard, and I think having these texts together in [the Norton Mix] makes students feel that they are an important part of our class.” —Courtney Wooten, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
“I’m loving the essays in it, the affordability, the structure — everything.” —Lori Chastaine, Boise State University
“The Mix is cleanly printed, and the finished copy is exactly what we had hoped for. The process for putting together our own reader was straightforward and oddly rewarding. Of course, working with W.W. Norton —book people—was a pleasure.” —Ken Cook, National Park Community College