Personalized Books for Kids
Jump straight into an adventure with these exciting personalized books for kids. The Little Boy Who Lost His Name and The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name are fun filled customized story books that come in a range of different languages making them perfect for bilingual kids.
Personalized books are a favourite of mine because I find that children get so excited when they hear that the book is about them. If you haven’t already, check out another review I did for “The Incredible Intergelactic Journey Home”
This particular personalized children’s book has a bit of a twist though, as the book isn’t just about your child, it is about your child’s name.
I have two little boys, and we received two copies of “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name”, to review. A copy in Italian and a copy in English. The stories are different because the letters of each of their names are different, which makes it even more exciting. They have been a great addition to our multilingual library and they make the perfect gifts too.
The Story of The Little Boy Who Lost His Name
This personalized story “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name” follows a little boy who wakes up to find that his name, which had been stuck on his door the night before, has vanished. He sets out on a magical adventure to find his name, meeting various characters and creatures along the way.
Each of the characters generously helps the little boy, giving him one letter of their name so that he can find his own. So for example if your little boy’s name is Jack, he might meet a Jaguar, an alligator, a chameleon, and a koala. Or if have a little girl called Bella, she might meet a bear, an elk, a lion, a lobster, and an angel. Some characters are different depending on the language of the book.
Making Your Personalized Kids’s Book
There are two versions of the personalized book depending on the sex of your child. “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name” or “The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name”. And the great thing is that you get to see your completed book before you order so you know exactly what you are getting when it arrives.
The process of choosing and ordering the book is interactive from the start. You simply visit their website at Wonderbly and fill in the blanks. First you fill in your child’s name, and the language you would like the book to come in. At present, “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name” comes in 12 languages.
When you have completed the name and language, you select either the girl or boy version of the book and choose the hair colour of your child to really personalize the book even more.
You can also add your own personalized message if you like, but I loved the one they had set so we stuck with this one:
We meet a lot of magical and wonderful creatures throughout our lives.
These are just the first. We hope you meet a whole lot more.
Viewing your personalized kid’s book
The next process is viewing your book online and confirming the characters. There is more than one for most letters so you can choose which you prefer. This also ensures that if your child has two of the same letter they don’t repeat. Once you have finished you can proceed to order.
Books are A4 Landscape size with high quality paper and beautiful illustrations. Each book is made personally for your child so it takes a few days to produce and print. They are quite quick to post though, ours arrived within a week.
*This giveaway is now closed*
On behalf of the authors of “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name”, Bilingual Kidspot are giving away 2 copies of this fabulous personalized book to my worldwide followers! All you have to do is comment the following:
Your name, the languages your child speaks, and how you came up with your child’s name. Giveaway is open worldwide and ends on 11th July 2017. Good luck!
In the meantime visit Wonderbly and see how the personalized books look with your child’s name. Customize the book how you like and see it online before you decide.