KID tested... Personalised Books by I See Me!

When choosing gifts for the little folk in your life, you just can’t go wrong with a book. This week I had a pleasure of adding a sweet new story to our personal library from I See Me! Co-Founders of the business, Maia and Allan Haag, have been producing personalised books since 2000. Each story aims to increase self-esteem by celebrating the uniqueness of each child, teaching the child how to spell his or her name, and also build essential vocabulary skills.  We chose the M Is for Me Personalized Book, which is illustrated by Nicola Slater. These books would make wonderful Easter gifts.

I See Me Personalised Children's Books

The M Is for Me Personalized Book takes children on a journey through the alphabet, beginning with A is for Active, and concluding with Z is for Zany (which aptly describes our current toddler-focussed household). Along the way, you’ll find a range of inspirational and feel-good words, such as Caring, Kind, Understanding, and Wise, each accompanied by adorable illustrations, which make this book a joy to read.

I See Me Personalised Children's Books

Our little guy was excited to hear his name in the book, and older children will recognise their name in print as well, with names appearing in various locations throughout. I love how the illustrations tell a little story, which prompt kids to discuss what they think is happening, and give parents an opportunity to teach their child the meaning of each word. This book is a treasured addition to our library, and I’ve already bookmarked the I See Me! store for gift purchases in the future.

I See Me Personalised Children's Books

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As well as personalised children’s books, I See Me! also offer lunchboxes, puzzles, colouring books, placemats, stickers  and growth charts!

You’ll find a bunch of Easter gift ideas in the I See Me! store.

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