I recently had the pleasure of teaming up with Lost My Name to review their book “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name.” This book is charming, great quality, and completely personalized. Keep reading to hear my thoughts on this fun book and company. Plus you can enter to win your own copy of “The Little Boy/Girl Who Lost His/Her Name!”
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The Company and Creation Process
Lost My Name is an online company that creates personalized children’s books! They currently have seven different product options available for shipping worldwide. It only takes a few minutes to create your one of a kind book.
I created a version of the story “The Little Boy Who Lost His Name” for our son.
You start out by inputting the child’s name and selecting a character for his or her story.
Then the book is put together for you so that every page revolves around telling the story of the little one’s name.
You can even add a dedication page!
There were options to create a hardcover book or get a special box, but I went with the standard paperback version.
The whole process took me less than 10 minutes and then my book was shipped just a couple of days later.
I am being entirely honest when I say that this is one of our new favorite books!
The colors are so bright and pretty, the book is made of a thick, high quality paper, and the best part is that the whole story revolves around our little man.
The story start with a little boy in bed who has lost the name off of his bedroom wall.
He searches for it under his bed, where he is led to a magical world where he encounters all sorts of characters! Each character leaves him with a letter, and in the end the letters all come together to spell his name.
This book is a great gift that our son will keep and enjoy for years to come. 🙂
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