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  • Maggie Wilson

    I see me is such a cool idea for kids books with their name in them.

  • Pear Tree Greetings

    My Very Own Fairy Tale Personalized Book. Fairies bring letters one by one to spell out your child's first and last name in rhyme, in these personalized children's books. At the end of this beautifully illustrated story, they crown her to be their fairy princess. Also included is an illustrated Fairy Patch featuring 62 fairies with interesting facts about their flowers and berries.

  • Nicki's Random Musings

    @I See Me! Personalized Children's Books are great gift ideas. Like this one: My Very Own Fairy Tale Storybook

  • Project Nursery | Junior

    What little girl wouldn't want her very own fairy tale story book?! We love this customized book from @I See Me! Personalized Children's Books! #giftidea

  • Azailea Greene

    OLIVIA My Very Own Fairy Tale Personalized Storybook Available at www.iseeme.com by Author Maia Haag

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Personalized Childrens Books where you can add in the name of a special little one in your life!

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Big deal when I was younger.....the new red riding hood was pretty good, movie version sucked it.

Pintsizepro.com--personalized board book... I've been looking for a company that makes personalized board books!

We love these personalized children's books - what little girl wouldn't love "My Very Own Fairy Tale" from I See Me! Personalized Children's Books?!

Harry Potter Light Switch. In addition to the lumos-nox one, but maybe instead of the library this can be in a more central location, like the living/family room or something.

This year for Valentine's Day, I made my boyfriend a book of reasons why I love him. I made cute pics to go with whatever I said- he lovvvvved it! It's a great gift that comes from the heart and will last forever. There is a 20 page minimum, but no maximum, which was awesome!