Thursday, 12 June 2014

The little boy who lost his name... Gifts from the pirates review


It seems really difficult to find tasteful personalised gifts for children, which is why when it comes to the boys we tend to create our own. It seems that most products on the market that i have seen are just generic items with a child's name stuck on there. For  the past year i have been working on two personal books for the boys but finding the time to complete them is annoyingly difficult. I love the boys having things that are personal to them, i have nothing from my childhood due to a difficult relationship with my family. So when i was asked a few weeks back if i would be interested in reviewing a book that would be made specifically for the boys i jumped at the chance. Who honestly is going to say no to that.


The little boy who lost his name (also the little girl who lost her name) has been created by a group of dads and is a book aimed at 2-6 year olds. It's a fully personalised adventure based soley around your child's name. Each book starts and ends the same but the adventure inside depends on the letters in your child's name. If the thought of a personal book for the boys wasn't enough the other thing that sold it for me was the illustrations. It's usually the reason i agree to review children's books.


We had only read a few pages when Opeie realised that the letters were spelling his name which was great for a three year old especially because he still doesn't understand which letter is which despite knowing his alphabet for quite some time.I love how the animals and characters you meet along the way find items that are the shape of your letters.


The books have become a firm favourite with the boys and have made their way to the list of books that are always asked for when we go to bed or have our reading session on the trampoline in the sunshine. the quality of the book is exceptional, in fact i don't think we own another book with such a nice finish. Its the sort of book that as children get older you want to pack away safely to bring out years down the line. Its a really nice item to keep and ours will be cherished for years to come.

The book itself is a little more expensive than most children's books but then you are paying for a custom book that is created for your own most loved creations so it is worth every penny. A 15% discount code has kindly been sent to us too, use AWESOMEDADS15 at the checkout.

I think I'm definitely going to be buying these for peoples birthdays. A great idea, perfectly executed by a group of devoted dads, i love it.



7 comments:

Rebecca Beesley said...

what a lovely concept and what beautifully illustrated books! x

squiff said...

I have one for my son, it's my favourite book. A far cry from the * insert name here of most "personalised" book. Looks and feels beautiful.

GiftsFromThePirates said...

They really are worth every penny, a great gift to keep for when they are older xx

GiftsFromThePirates said...

It's definitely one of our favourite books too and something I will definitely buying for gifts. Thanks for the comment x

B Mok said...

How can I place the order? I am from Hong Kong. Thank you.

B Mok said...

How can I place the order? I am from Hong Kong. Thank you.

GiftsFromThePirates said...

hey there,
The book can be purchased here..

http://www.lostmy.name/#

definitely worth every penny, enjoy x

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