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Looney Tunes Personalized Children's Book Review

 
As an educator and a mother I know there is no doubt that reading to your children from an early age is by far one of the most important things you can do for them. Most of our habits are made as children and so should be reading. I'm sure you know though that regardless of how much you love to read you never want to read something that does not draw your interest. I have been very blessed that 2 of my 3 children love to read, and while the other one struggles with a learning disability if I can find something he absolutely loves he will come read with me on most days, so I never turn down the opportunity to review a children's book. Recently I was asked to review a copy of Looney Tunes Personalized Children's Book.
When I first received I loved how bright and colorful it is. It is a bound hard covered book which is great because to me they are just so much more sturdy! Our book is titled . It was super exciting when it arrived because I was able to feature all three of my children in the book. We read it as a family the first time and it was so much fun! The kids were all delighted to see their own name in the book.
 KD Novelties offers much more then just the Looney Tunes Personalized Children's Book. They have many other books that can be personalized for your family. They also have a wide range of DVDs and bookmark buddies that your children can enjoy. I highly recommend these books as a gift or even just a fun special treat for your special someone. Make sure you head over to KD Novelties and check out all the great things they have.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

This book looks like a great book to read. I love the personalization of it. I can remember as a kid I had a smiliar book with cartoon characters and it was one of the best books I had.
Alaina Bullock said…
What a cute book! I would love to get one for my niece! I really think personalized books make the best children's gifts!
Melanie B said…
How cute! I love personalizing gifts, and reading books!? Those are the best, they get the kids really into them :)

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