Personalized Children’s Book

Reading with my kids is one of the highlights of my day. Every night before bed, by five year old grabs his books and we go cuddle on the couch. But last week we had a fun surprise for the kids. When they got home from school there was special book waiting for them – a Personalized Children’s Book. All three kids love reading books about their favorite character. But we found a book that includes their names in the action! They got to be a part of the pages.

Looney Tunes Personalized Children’s Book

Inside their envelope was a brand-new Looney Tunes adventure book personalized with my children’s names in the book. The ordering process was easy. All we did was give the child’s name, gender and the name of three friends. You can also list the city and state where your child lives. My kids already love diving into the adventures between the pages of the book, but with the personalized books it becomes even more fun.

Personalized Children's Book Review

My son was caught up in the quest to find the missing picture. By the time he got to the last page of the book he had been on a huge adventure. What made this book even more fun is that my husband is a huge fan of personalized books. He had one as a child that he enjoyed reading with his grandparents. So not only did the kids get to read it with me but when Daddy got home, he picked up the book. They crawled in his lap and he became all the voices and characters in the book.

Personalized Children's Book Review

Interactive Samples

Our interactive samples shows Your Child as the STAR of Each Story!® Complete the form and enjoy the entire story for our most popular books personalized for your child. Visit our Reading Room where you can read the entire story for all of our personalized children’s books. We also have virtual samples of all our personalized children’s books where you can view the color illustrations as well as read their story line.

You can order your own personalized books from KD Novelties. There are over 60 books to choose from. Take a look at all the personalized books available.

Reading with your child is a great way to increase their vocabulary and strengthen the ability for them to follow story lines and come to conclusions. Reading as a family and having their names in the actual books make this experience even more enjoyable.

Do your kids have personalized children’s books? I’d love to hear your favorites!

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About Sharon Williams

Sharon Williams is a mom of 3 who loves to read, travel, take pictures, work in the flowers and spend time with family. When she's not blogging, she's probably out enjoying life so she'll have something fun to blog about tomorrow!


  1. says

    My daughter had a Personalized book when she was younger that she loved. I had it made for her (without her knowing of course) and so she was super excited to see that her name was spelled right in it. Ericka. We could never find anything with her name spelled that way.

  2. says

    Kids just LOVE books like this ! How cute ! When my daughter was little she had a book that I had personalized for her and she was amazed that her name was spelled the “right way” because we could never find anything with it spelled right. So she felt super special!

  3. says

    This is cool! We’ve heard about personalized books but never really looked into them before! Thanks for letting us know where to get these! I’m on the site and it looks like a great variety of books for kids! I may have to get one for my niece – she’s a total bookworm!

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