Great gift idea! The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name, a personalized kids picture book

Great gift idea! The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name, a personalized kids picture book

I love a good kids book. My girls love a good kids book. But let’s be honest. Not everyone feels the love as much as we do. There are plenty of reluctant readers out there and whether they struggle to read or struggle to find something they like to read, it can become a major issue.

Do you know what kids really like though? Stories about themselves.

Enter Lost My Name, a company that makes personalized kids books designed to inspire kids by making the story all about them. They sent us a copy of The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name for Ellie and both of my girls thought it was just about the coolest thing ever.

sisters reading The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name

The story is about a little girl (or boy) who wakes up one morning and realizes she’s lost her name. She gets herself together and sets out an adventure to find her name, meeting all sorts of creatures along the way. Each creature starts with a letter in her name. So for Ellie the girl meets an elephant, a lion, a lobster, an imp and an elk. The excitement on my girl’s face as she realized what the letters were spelling out was absolutely priceless.

 a peek inside | Lost My Name personalized kids bookspersonalized gift idea: Lost My Name personalized kids picture books

For a clearer idea of how the book works and a closer look inside, check out the video below.

Cute, right? We’ve read this book about a hundred times in the last week. The coolness factor of being the star of a book has not even begun to wear off, which makes them a great gift idea for birthdays, holidays, or even baby showers.

Lost My Name is offering one lucky Cuddles and Chaos reader a free book! Enter using the Rafflecopter below. A winner will be chosen next Friday. Good luck!

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PS Check out their super cute (free!) frog mail that you can surprise your kids with…

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.