What you could do is use the Psalter (starting on page 1785).
For the first reading, you may:
- rotate through the Biblical readings for the proper season (pages 1870-1941) or
- use a Bible and follow the two-year cycle for Biblical readings on page 2064.
The first option limits your readings but needs nothing more than the book itself. The second requires the use of a Bible. I would suppose any Catholic-approved Bible will do.
For the second reading, you may rotate through the non-biblical readings for the proper season, starting on page 1942.
If it’s a Sunday outside of Lent, Feast, or Solemnity, you recite the Te Deum after the Second Reading, printed on a prayer card which should have been included with your Christian Prayer.
Or you can use a tablet like an iPad or an Android device and use the iBreviary application or the divineoffice.org site for the readings. I would not use Universalis.
In any case, only the four-volume edition provides the full office of readings complete with verses and responsories.