The Girl Who Lost Her Name | Book Review


I think giving a child a bedtime story is an important part of a routine. Although, the only times I won't read my girls a bedtime story, is if they have misbehaved very badly or another reason. I was always given a bedtime story when I was younger by my Dad. I have given some of my books to my girls but there are still some packed away on the shelf in my Dad's, which I will give them to my girls when they are older.

We were asked if we wanted to review a book called 'The Girl Who Lost Her Name'. A book which also learns the child about the letters in their name. When given information about the book, I just had to say yes. When I go out looking for books, I always try my best to find books that will also learn my children something.

Each book is unique. When I received the book my Dad was also here. I opened the package and I was very impressed with the quality of the cover and pages. I was impressed by how interesting the book looked. I opened the first page and I loved how they made the book very personal by writing this personal message for Mia.
 
 
 "This isn't just any normal book, it's a book you can keep and show them when they are older too because it's personalised for them"
- My Father said.
 
I had to wait about a week until I could read this book to Mia. It arrived when Mia was in her Dad's so I had to wait a night. But then she has been having accidents, which I will talk about in another post.
 
When I showed Mia this book, she got overly excited. She couldn't wait until bedtime so we could read it together. I chose Mia to have this book because she is at the age of recognising letters and I thought, what a better way to learn the letters of her name.
 
This book is about a little girl who lost her name {of course} and she went on a magical adventure to find the letters of her name. It is truly magical! Mia loved the adventure and the different creatures the little girl met through her adventure. She also loved the idea that the letters made her name, Mia. She loved the page which showed the alphabet. She is forever singing the alphabet recently. There is a great rhyme through the book and it really is a great book to read with your children.
 
"The quality of this book is great! Worth the money."
- My Father said.
 
 I am looking into buying Elliw one, but I won't be giving hers until she stopped ripping up books!


You can buy your own book on the lostmy.name website for only £18.99.

Find a discount code on my Facebook page here.
 

* I was given this book free of charge in return of an honest review. All words, opinions and images are my own.

8 comments

  1. We love out bed time stories. This sounds great. #TriedandTested

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  2. Aww! This sounds like such a sweet book....I do love personalised things like this x

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  3. Aw I love the sound of these books as I adore anything personalised. My daughter would love something like this as she is just learning her name xx

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  4. Oh we have one of these. So cute and when he's older I hope it can teach him the letters if his name. Thanks for sharing on #FamilyTested

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  5. That sounds amazing, My niece loves her bedtime story and I am sure she would love a book with her name in it.
    xxx
    Lyndsey
    www.labeau.co.uk

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  6. I love these books. Both of mine have them and they are so special

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  7. I've seen a number of reviews of this gorgeous book now and I am sorely tempted to buy it for Chloe. She's obsessed with writing and learning to read at the moment so I'm sure she'd love it.
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

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  8. These are beautiful books and its a lovely review of it. We have one too. You've won our review of the week over on #FamilyTested. I'll be dropping you an email ;) Thanks for sharing

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