23 September 2015


The little boy who lost his name
So I haven't done one of these for a while but when I heard about this personalised book I couldn't resist creating one for F. What better way to get them engaged in a story then to make them the main character in this good book.

The Little Boy Who Lost His Name from Lost My Name.com is the perfect gift for any kiddo and one I'm going to be bookmarking for gifts as Christmas creeps up, with the opening introduction written to your child's name on beautiful thick paper, F grinned in delight when he realised this story was about him. The quirky, colourful illustrations and flowing typography make each page an adventure in itself as your child tries to find all the lost letters of their names. From pirate treasure to athletic lions, each letter allows you to enjoy a mini story and create a fun way to teach your child how to spell their name.

What's more impressive is that this book is independently published, making you feel good about your purchase and supporting independent businesses. I always know if a book is a winner in our house as we are immediately asked to read it again and again and this didn't disappoint. Plus each story is individual to the child as the pages and story are chosen by their name, making it a fab personalised gift for Christmas.

*We were offered a copy of this book for for review purposes. All words and opinions are my own as always.


  1. That's so sweet, I've heard great things about these books and I can imagine kids get really absorbed into a story when it's go their name in it xx

  2. Baya has one of these books and it's gorgeous x

  3. Oh, I love these! Got one for Boo when they first launched. She loved it-her little face lit up when she realised it spelt her name x

  4. Ah this is such a brilliant book. Frog has one and loves it, and I recently bought one as a Christening present for a friend's baby. Such a lovely idea.

  5. Ah this is lovely, beautiful illustrations too. xx

  6. Sounds like a winner - love the illustrations too x



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