A beautifully illustrated Children's story book with personalised rhyming verse and a character based on your child. Available in Hard or Soft Cover.
A perfect keepsake for grandchildren, a new baby or from godparents for christenings, this lovely story lets them know all your wishes for their future - making friends, respecting the earth, being adventurous, loving their family, overcoming fears, learning new things, finding happiness and believing in themselves... with a little help from a sprinkling of magic.
Choose from our range of characters to best suit your child, selecting from 3 skin tones and 5 hair colours. Illustrated with gorgeous illustrations, your child is joined on their adventure by a unicorn and dragon.
On the inside front cover we print a personalised message so they can treasure the book as a keepsake in years to come.
Printed to order with bright vivid colours and a laminated cover to protect your book. Be careful when entering your text in the form as we don't amend spelling! Choose from the standard 'Soft cover' or upgrade to a beautiful perfect bound 'Hard cover', which is matt laminated to protect your book for years to come.
24 pages, 210x250mm when flat (a little shorter than A4)
Personalised Wish Book For Baby Or Child
Lovely little pressie
I really wanted to get a personalised, keepsake, book for my baby’s first birthday. I looked at lots of different personalised books and picked this one because of the message in it. A lot of the other books I seen were just personalised to include facts about family and favourite things but I have a baby book for that. Although this book has no facts about my son, it includes his name lots and it’s a book that I’ll be able to read to him for years to come.
I was very pleased with this personalised book I purchased.The quality is excellent and it arrived on time. I would definitely order from letterfest again.
This story is very cute but I was surprised by how thin the cover of the soft cover was and it was stapled - looked and felt like a pamphlet rather than a book. I’d suggest going for the hardcover if you can.