Last week marked seven years since I became a mummy, as my eldest son Cameron had his seventh birthday.
Amongst a vast amount of Lego, because what seven year old doesn’t love Lego, one of his favourite gifts was a book from the makers of Lost my Name (rebranded as Wonderbly).
Cameron absolutely loved The Incredible Intergallatic Journey Home because it was personalised to be all about him! From the message in the front of the book, to his name being spelled out in stars, Cameron really enjoyed listening to a book that revolved around him.
The quality of the book is brilliant, and the illustrations were fantastic. I was also impressed with the attention to detail on the personalisation which meant that towards the end of the story, an aerial view of where we live was provided. Cameron loved that he could see his school in the picture!
Cameron is getting to the stage where he’s becoming more confident at reading alone, and I think a book with his name in is the perfect way to encourage this. The storyline captivated Cameron’s imagination too, he loves anything about space at the moment, and he really enjoyed seeing the characters travel through the solar system on their quest to find their way back home.
I’m really pleased with this addition to our book collection, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a present with the personal touch for a birthday or Christmas this year.
Suitable for children aged 3-10, The Incredible Intergallatic Journey Home is priced at £16.99 and is available to
buy from Wonderbly’s website.
We were sent a copy of the book for the purpose of this review, however all thoughts, opinions and photos are my own.