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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 Gia recently had her seventh birthday and I presented her with a personalized book from Lost My Name. To say that she liked the book is an understatement.
Lost My Name gave me the opportunity to present the book to Gia by sending it to me for review. Although Lost My Name doesn't have a huge selection of personalized books, there is one feature that makes the company different than others of the same field. The books are tailored to the child, so no two stories are alike.
The hardback book I chose to personalize was The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name. This is a story that features a girl on a journey to find her name. Most of it is told in a rhythmic tone. The last page of the book spells out Gia's first name.
To personalize a book from Lost My Name, all you have to do is go to the website and choose the book you want. You then get to select the main character's name, gender and physical appearance. There's also a place to write an original dedication note. For that, I wished Gia a happy birthday and let her know who the book was from. It's easy peasy!
The illustrations are prismatic and the letters of Gia's name are shown throughout several times in the book. This is a super cute book that reiterates how special a child's name is. The book that I gifted to Gia is something she can treasure for years.