The boys are bookworms and if they are not playing with their Legos they can be found curled up somewhere around our home reading a book. So when the folks at lostmy.name contacted me about their personalized story books, I could not wait to see them in person. 

Not only are the books beautifully illustrated and of wonderful quality, but I love how three fathers and an uncle collaborated on this project, a true labor of love. They consider this their DIY project and their goal is make the best personalized books out there (I think they have accomplished their goal). You can read more about the behind the scenes story here.

The story is about a boy or girl who lost his or her name and then goes on a magical adventure to find it again. The fantastic thing about this book is that it can be personalized for every child, so even if your child has an uncommon name, he or she can still have a book with their name in it. 

And trust me, when your name is Jeremiah...

...or Judah, you are thrilled when you see your name in print!

I think these storybooks would make the perfect birthday or Christmas gift for the special child in your life. This is definitely one book in our personal library that we will be keeping forever. Thank you to the lostmy.name crew for the amazing books!

Disclosure: The storybooks were sent as a gift from lostmy.name. All opinions about the product are solely my own.

Reader Comments (4)

This a good book, I also have one and I have given to my nephew as a birthday gift


04.9.2013 | Unregistered CommenterIhwan

we got one of these, too! really cute.

04.9.2013 | Unregistered Commenteralyson

Your boys look so grown now!!!

04.10.2013 | Unregistered Commenterjoyce

IHWAN // So fun! I bet your nephew loved it!

ALYSON // Nice!! :)

JOYCE // They are getting too big!! :(

04.12.2013 | Unregistered CommenterSALLYJSHIM

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