Thursday, November 21, 2013

Flattenme - Personalized Book Review

I received book for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.

I have a large family and it seems we are always celebrating birthdays. I'm known for giving gifts that are original and can't be bought at large chain stores. My great-niece Imani recently had her seventh birthday party and I presented her with a personalized book from flattenme. To say that she liked the book is an understatement.

Flattenme, a company known for personalized books, tshirts, water bottles and more, gave me the opportunity to present the book to Imani by sending it to me for review. Although flattenme has several options for books with photos, Multicolored Kid is a personalized book that doesn't require a picture. It just requires the name of the child you'd like on the book.

Available for purchase in paperback or hardback, I received a hardback copy. Because it is a hardback book, it is somewhat stiff at first and the pages don't stay open on their own. However, like most hardback books, it will become less stiff and easier to keep the pages down once the book has been read several times.

Multicolored Kid is a story that tells your child how they relate to all the colors of the rainbow. Red signifies love, blue signifies imagination, and so on. In the front of the book is a dedication page where you can write up to six lines with 35 characters per line. You don't have to personalize the dedication page if you choose not to. The illustrations are prismatic and Imani's name is shown throughout several times in the book. This is a super cute book that reiterates how special a child is. The book that I gifted to Imani is something she can treasure for years and reassure her that her great-aunt will always love her.


Flattenme is having a Holiday Cheer giveaway on the Flattenme Facebook page until the end of November. Several nice prizes are being givean away, including personalized water bottles and personalized t-shirts. There will be a total of 33 winners!

3 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I love this so much!! I want one for each of my boys.

Julie Maloney said...

With Jake being dyslexic I focus on reading as much as possible and I really need him interested in the books we're getting into, this sounds perfect!

M Clark said...

This is a great way to get children interested in reading, they can read about themselves. Thank you for this review.