Made in Britain
can be personalised
This educational story book would make a great birthday gift or Chrismas present for a little girl or boy learning to read.
An educational story book that helps teach your child how to spell their name. Written in conjunction with teachers, this book has been designed to help children learn how to spell their name in a fun way. Using the correct font (essential when a child is learning how to recognise letters) the book creates a story from the letters of a child’s name. As the story unravels, the child will begin to recognise the letters that appear in their name and those that don't. Not only will they learn to spell and write their name, they will learn about the alphabet and discover some new and exciting words.
In the story, mummy is having a baby but can’t decide on a name. So she sets off on a quest to seek some inspiration. Children can practice writing each letter at the bottom of the page. The book is packed with lovely illustations from the zoo, the farm, the park, and even a dream. What exciting things will Mummy find? The colourful images and engaging storyline make this one-of-a-kind book as unique as every child receiving it!
As well as featuring the child's name, the book can be personalised with a message on the inside cover (four lines, each of a maximum of 30 characters). Personalisation will be exactly as you have written it so please check that all spelling and capitalisation is correct.
This educational book would make a great birthday or Christmas gift for a little girl or boy.
As these books are made to order, please be aware that if you opt for express delivery the delivery date given may be incorrect. If you place an express order before 11am it will be delivered 3 working days later; if you place an express order after 11am it will be delivered 4 working days later. Please do not select this option if you are not happy with these timescales.
34 pages printed on high quality 160gsm vision superior paper with a full-colour cover. Available in softback or hardback. Suitable for children aged 2-5.