I don’t even remember exactly how I ran across the beautiful Lost My Name books. But, as soon as I saw them I knew that they would be perfect for Emerald and Sawyer. As kids with sort of unusual names, it’s basically impossible for them to find pencils or magnets or those little bike license plates with their names on them. But, all of the Lost My Name books are 100% personalized, even if your name is Sputnik Television. Chad used to have a student named Sputnik Television, and I’m willing to bet his parents never found anything cool with his name on it. Except maybe a satellite. Which is actually pretty cool. But, whatever. If on this very day Sputnik decided he wanted to have a personalized book with beautiful illustrations, he could have one with just a few clicks of the mouse!
The illustrations in these fanciful books are gorgeous. Each double page shows a creature that begins with a letter in your child’s name, accompanied by a cute story about the search for a name which has been lost. And, in the end–surprise!–your child’s name is found, printed in big, bold letters across the page.
One of my favorite things about the company is that it was started by three dads and an uncle who just thought it would be fun to try and make the best personalized book in the world. Once they were finished, they found that kids loved their books, and their popularity has been growing ever since.
When Lost My Name sent these awesome books to me, I knew that they would make really special Christmas gifts for the kids. I can’t wait to see Sawyer’s face when he sees the personalized note on the inside cover. I’ll bet you have some kids in your life who would love seeing one of these books under their tree! Shipping is totally free no matter where you are in the whole wide world, and if there’s one thing I hate it’s shipping costs. So, it’s a total win: give the kids a book they’ll cherish, and enjoy feeling like you got away with something by not paying shipping. I’d say that’s sure to get you in the Christmas spirit.
This is a sponsored post. Lost My Name sent me books in exchange for my honest opinion.