|An introduction to creating books and using the book tool on Wikisource.|
Step-by-step guide 
Step 1: Enable the "Book Creator" tool 
Step 2: Collect articles 
If you open a category page, the "Add this page to your book" will change to "Add this category to your book". Clicking on "Add this category to your book" will add all articles in that category.
After selecting a few articles, you can click on "Suggest pages" and you will be presented with a list of articles that are related to your selection. This helps you to create a more complete book if you run out of ideas, or just want to make sure that you haven't forgotten anything.
Step 3: Review Your Book 
Step 4: Download or order a printed book 
Saving and sharing your book with others 
To save your book, you must be a registered Wikisource user (see Why create an account? for a detailed explanation). In addition, your user account must be autoconfirmed. Then, you can save your book on the "Book" page, which can be reached by clicking the "Show book" link in the menu on the left hand side or in the toolbar.
In the "Save and share your book" section you have to choose whether you want to save your book
Finally, you have to provide a title for your book collection and click the "Save book" button.
Printed books from PediaPress 
By clicking the "Preview with PediaPress" button, your collection of wiki articles will be uploaded to PediaPress, a service that prints books based on wiki content. Further information about the printed books can be found on the FAQ page, and at Printed books (including cost and format details).
In 2007 the Wikimedia Foundation and PediaPress agreed upon a long-term partnership aimed to improve the availability of Wikisource and other wiki-based project content in the form of high-quality print products or text documents in the OpenDocument format.
Known bugs 
The problem has been reported and will hopefully be resolved soon.Resolved!! January 12, 2012
The book creation tool is no longer incompatible with the proofreading tool (Resolved January 12, 2012). Some smaller bugs still exist however. At the moment, Labeled Section Transclusion is not supported by the book tool but widely used on Wikisource. This may cause situations such as chapters overrunning into previous or subsequent chapters of some books.
Further information 
- FAQ about the Book tool.
- Help for experts – details about the advanced functions of the Book tool.
- Feedback – for reporting and tracking of bugs.
- Wikis Go Printable – Wikimedia Foundation press release, 13 December 2007.
- Deployment Guide
- Technical documentation of the Collection extension.
- PediaPress books on Wikimedia Commons