Enjoy Personalized Books for Your Children from I See Me

What child doesn’t enjoy having their parents read to them?  My children enjoy sitting down and having us to read to them regularly.  They love stories they already know but love learning.  Even more so when they are included in the story.

Personalized Just For You!

I was very excited to find out about the books made by I See Me!  They are customized just for your little ones. I See Me! was open for business by a husband and wife team in May of 2000.  Their mission is to increase self-esteem in children through personalized books that celebrate the uniqueness of each child. They have the desire to show each child how absolutely unique and special he or she is, to teach the child how to spell his or her name, and to build vocabulary skills.

Having two toddlers, it wouldn’t be easy to get just one so we picked out A-B-C What I Can Be! for each of them.  The book takes you on a fun journey of the alphabet personalized just for your child.  There name is included on each page in some way and it is really such a cool concept.  They journey from an astronaut to a jet pilot to a zoo keeper with such a cool ending encouraging them to just be who they are.

My children were delighted to have been included in the story.  It makes it so much more involved and they feel so special.  With the first page being a dedication page, it is such an awesome gift idea.   With 19 different unique titles, they have something for each little on in your life! They also have unique personalized coloring books and place mats that I can’t wait to try out.

The A-B-C What I Can Be!  retails for $24.95.    I am excited to say that I See Me! will be sponsoring a personalized child’s book in our upcoming Winter gift Guide event beginning on November 23rd.  Please head over to take a peak to see what they have to offer and then be sure to come back on the 23rd to enter to win your very own personalized book.

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