11.12.2007

The First Adventures of Incredible You

There is usually one of two things that my son will ask for before his "rest" or bedtime: To have a book read to him or to be told a special story. These special stories usually involve characters or machines with his name, and he loves to hear about everything "he" does.

Knowing this, I was thrilled when I heard about The First Adventures of Incredible You, a customized book that you personalize to be about your child. The book is well written, the illustrations are fun, and the personalization blends perfectly with the book's story line, making you think the book really was written just for your main character! There is no "cookie-cutter, enter your name here" feel. The pages are filled with the names of your child's friends and family, their favorite food and park, and plenty of other things that make your child and their book unique and special.

My son lit up as soon as he realized that this book we were reading was about him. In fact, when he saw this image on the computer screen he gasped in excitement, saying that this was his book, and ran upstairs to get it so that we could read it again. Knowing how much we love "Max's" book, this would make a cherished and personal holiday present for any child in your life. It would be a fun way to surprise your child or a niece or nephew and their parents! You could easily get a list of answers without anyone knowing what it was for. Just be sure to order by Dec. 7th to ensure delivery before Christmas (with non-expedited shipping).

To find out more and to order this delightful book, go to custommadeforkids.com. Use coupon code "tt10" (all lower case letters) for 10% off your order, good till Nov. 30th.

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7 comments:

The Jesperson Family said...

What a cute idea! I am going to order Tanner's right now...

Al, Ash & Family said...

This looks awesome! I'm ordering one too!

Tutus and Turtles said...

You are going to love it!

Sparky said...

Have you seen flattenme's personalized storybooks? They are 1 step better -- the child's face is included as well. Fairies, pirates & such. www.flattenme.com

Tutus and Turtles said...

It is definitely a different approach and another fun option for your child, thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

What a cute idea! Santa might have to bring this to my daughter.

Kendra Meyers said...

That book looks super cool! Great find, Holly!