Personalized to a ‘T’ ~ Wonderbly

We love to read in our home. From reading aloud to the kids, to reading our own books on our own time, to writing our own stories and then reading them! It’s a great pastime and you have already guessed, but I hope to pass on the love of reading to all of our children. ๐Ÿ™‚ Although we do read a LOT in our home, I will admit that we have one or two hesitant readers that don’t enjoy reading time quite as much. That means that I’m always on the lookout for ways to make reading extra fun! One way is to get a few personalized books. BUT….not just any personalized books will do….

Our favorite personalized books of all time the ones from Wonderbly.ย Wonderbly is a company that has come up withย a way to create a different book for every single name in the entire world. Wow. Talk about ambition! ๐Ÿ™‚ The best part is that we get to benefit from their ambition and get to enjoy a stack of personalized books that all are just a little different and have their very own personal touches. Wonderbly has added quite a few new books to their arsenal since we first found out about them and I thought it’d be fun to share a few of them with you!

The Birthday Thief is perfect for any child who has a birthday coming up. The truth is that we have been enjoying this book at any time of the year….even if our birthdays are many months away. ๐Ÿ˜‰ This incredible, personalized birthday story magically changes based on your child’s birth date. It’s definitely a lot of fun, and our younger children as well as our older children both enjoyed this story. I really appreciated the lesson that the story has – that “It’s not just the one special day that matters, but it’s everything you learn and do on the days in between that matter.” The book is a lot of fun, with plenty of vivid, colorful images…and of course, their very own, unique birthday thief story!

Kingdom of You is another best-selling book from Wonderbly. Not only do you get to personalize this story with your child’s name, but you also get to fill their “kingdom” with one of their favorite things (you know, like princesses, animals or ice cream!)ย As we have come to expect from our Wonderbly books, the story is full of adventure, fun, and imagination.

This Wonderbly book also has a great lesson hidden in its story. It gently helps kids to realize that being the king or queen of the world or “being in charge” just might not be as fun as they think it would be. We really enjoyed it and I’m sure it will be enjoyed over and over….and over….again! ๐Ÿ™‚

Perhaps a personalized (with an extra special “Wonderbly” touch) book would make a great gift idea for the children in your homes and lives this year! Head on over and take a peek at all the personalized treats that Wonderbly has to offer.

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Comments

  1. kathy downey says:

    We love books in our home also and this one should be interesting!

  2. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’m an avid reader myself and now so are my grandchildren ๐Ÿ™‚ Love the graphics in these books and the books sound fascinating.

  3. Personalized books are a great gift idea for birthdays or Christmas!

  4. This looks like a good book to read with little ones; the photos look awesome.

  5. Lynda Cook says:

    These are awesome books, and the kids love to see their name in a book!!

  6. kristen visser says:

    ooo I love books with hidden messages and meanings for kiddos. And I love that you can personalize it as well

  7. I love that this book has a great lesson hidden in its story. Always fun to learn when reading. Would make a nice Christmas gift for my granddaughters.

  8. Personalized books are so special to children. Wonderbly makes special books.

  9. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I keep hoping that this book will suddenly appear as a giveaway, one can always hope eh?

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