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{Giveaway} Update 03/6/14

Lost My Name is giving away not one but THREE one of their magical, personalized children’s books to three of our lucky Facebook fans! Please visit our Facebook page to enter. A winner will be chosen at random Tues 3/11/14 at 1pm PST and announced on our Facebook page and on this post. Remember to check back to see if you’ve won! Winners will be able to customize their book per child’s name. See below for more details on Lost My Name.

**This giveaway is now closed. The winners announced on our facebook page and on this post are: Rebekah Dodson Head, Tiffany Tonche, and Jessica Barto. Congrats to the winners! Please email us at to claim your prize.**

Do you ever read a book to your child and work them into the story? There’s something very magical to children about starring in a wild adventure. Lost My Name came about as a passion project by 3 dads and an uncle to create a personalized tale that features your child in an adventure to recover their lost name.

Each adventure features whimsical and zany characters that lend a letter to each child as they look for their name (unknowing to them, that they letters will end up spelling the exact name they’re looking for!).

The amazing and magical book features beautiful illustrations and is printed on wide landscape shape for ease of reading. Each book is printed on thick, uncoated and environmentally friendly paper and is suitable for ages 3-6 years old.

The best part is the dynamic preview on Lost My Name’s site – enter your child’s name and you get a full view of your child’s personalized adventures as they would appear in the book.

I promptly went ahead and entered my children’s names (Alia and Kian) and was able to compare and view them top to bottom. You can easily flip through all the pages, to the very end of the story.

The top image shows my daughter in the first few pages figuring out she lost her name. The bottom image shows my son starting his wild adventure to find his name.

Here’s where the personalization comes in. For example, for each of the first letter of their name, Alia meets an Aardvark while Kian meets a Knight. Each character lends the child a letter and on continues the adventure to find the next.

Here’s another example, Alia meets a lion who lends her an “L” and Kian an Inuit who lends him an “I.”

These beautiful books would be a pleasure to read to your child and treasure.

I was so impressed with books, I promptly ordered two for my kids!

Each book retails for $27.99 + free shipping with bulk discounts if you order more than one. Find out more at Lost My Name.

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.