I first heard about Lost My Name on one of my Facebook baby groups. They were talking about the company appearing on dragon’s den the night before. I immediately searched the internet to find out what book they were raving about. I absolutely love the idea of this book. “It tells the story of a child who has lost his or her name, and bravely sets off to track down the missing letters”
The website is very simple to navigate and you simply write your child’s name in the box provided, choose the gender, then off you go with the preview. I like the fact the preview is actually the whole book so you know exactly what the story is. There is a minimum length – so if your child has a very short name, they’ll get some extra story pages.
I really want to start building up a little library for J so I’m really into searching for books to make reading special for him. Again as I was one of those children that never got anything with my name on , I love that now there is so much more things you can personalise with your name.
I must admit I was very excited when the books were delivered . I had ordered one for J and one as a present.
I ordered the books on the 14th and they arrived on the 20th , considering that the books are made to order I am impressed at how quick they turned up.
I’m not one for your typical gender stereotyping, I am pleased to say that the only difference with the books are the main cover and the character’s gender. There are no boy or girl letters, I also like the fact that the characters could be seen as a variety of races depending how you interpretate them.
The quality of the books are amazing and definetly worth the money.
At £18.99 per book, with free postage, and with discounts for multiple purchases, these books make wonderful gifts (first birthday, first Christmas, new baby, Christening, ) and are worth every penny. I will definitely be recommending them , and purchasing more, to everyone I know.
*I received a discount code for purchasing these books in exchange for a review*