It's been more than a year since Beyoncé's groundbreaking visual album, Lemonade, was released, but fans are still thirsty for more. And Queen Bey is eager to deliver; the mother of three just released a colossal 600-page coffee-table book titled How to Make Lemonade about, you guessed it, how she made the album Lemonade. The prodigious work features breathtaking photos from the set of iconic music videos like "Formation" and "Sorry." Fans can also get a glimpse at never-before-seen family photos of the singer with her husband, JAY-Z, and eldest daughter, Blue Ivy.
Beyond the imagery, the coffee-table book includes song lyrics, Beyoncé's hand-written essays, and even poetry. It's kind of like what you would find inside the booklet tucked into CD cases back in the day when there were CDs, but on a much, much larger scale, one that isn't just fan fun but is also home decor. The catch? This piece of home decor costs a whopping $300. It's part of a limited-edition box set that also includes a vinyl copy of Lemonade and downloads of the audio and visual album as well as the book. You can preorder now with expected shipments to begin later this Summer.