We have an in-school printing business; however, I'm sure any copy center could put your lesson plan book together for you.
One colleague formats every page of her book and sends it to our printing business. I did that last year, but this year I sketched a general idea of what I was looking for, and one of the students developed the pages for me. I tweaked a few things, changed a few things completely, and told her what I wanted for a cover. She did a great job and even thought of a few things I hadn't.
The juniors and seniors enrolled in the classes for this printing business do some incredible work under the eye of an outstanding young colleague. She is super organized, super detail oriented, and super insistent that her students produce quality work. (And yes, she really is Super Woman!)
Anyway, this is next year's lesson plan book.
Oh, and you might be wondering about the initials: R W S L on the English page. That is to remind me that my sophomore English students should be involved in productive reading, writing, speaking, and listening in class- every single day. (Emphasis on the word productive!)