An Incredible Book
Call me old fashioned but books are still my favorite gifts. They are always the right size and color, inspirational and classic. My sister and I are bibliophiles, as is my husband. All of us have always been surrounded by books, and I’m so glad this characteristic has been passed down to my daughter.
As soon as my sister learned that my daughter loves to read, she wanted to give her a book. But not just any book, but a memorable page-turned she could cherish for her life.
Aunt Aysun was so excited when she discovered the Lost My Name Book Company she called me in the middle of the night to let me in on her idea. What could be better than a personalized book that puts Damla in the starring role?
Lost My Name books offer several story lines that personalize each adventure with a kid’s real name. Aysun settled on "The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home”, a space adventure that perfectly complemented Damla's interests and personality.
The book is about a girl who doesn't want to sleep so she decides to explore space with her robotic companion named Hubble. These two travel to space for adventures with fun creatures.
The book is delivered in a lovely colorful envelope, and I have to admit I was giddy to open it! Of course the story is fantastic, but I’m equally impressed with the exceptional quality of their products. Lost My Name books lure the eye with vibrant colors printed on gorgeous,environmentally-friendly paper.
It has a beautiful dedication page where Damla's Aunt Aysun, Uncle Mutlu and Cousin Cagan wrote lovely sentiments.
Here is the main character, Damla, who doesn't like to go to bed. This story really is personalized!
One of the most wonderful aspects about this book is how a kid's name is used on almost every page, drawing a young reader right into the story. Damla is especially happy to see her name printed because it is not so common in the US.
D A M L A
Other colorful and fun characters in the book are as interesting as Damla and Hubble, her robotic partner throughout the adventure.
And, here it is! A real satellite image of Damla's neighborhood. How cool is that!
Lost My Name uses high quality Mohawk Paper, an eco-sensitive and socially conscious US-based paper company. Check them out at www.mohawkpaper.com
I am so happy that somebody somewhere came up with this clever idea. Thank you Aunt Aysun, Uncle Mutlu and Cousin Cagan. We LOVE you, guys!
Interested in a unique Christmas gift that puts your little ones into the action? Check out the Lost Name Book Company atwww.lostmy.name/en-US.