Books/Movies, Entertainment, Inspiration

What to Read: The little boy who lost his name

July 14, 2015

Okay, so maybe I was living under a rock for the last three years. Why am I only discovering these beauties now??!

As a mom with three little ones of my own, all of whom are under the age of 6, it is a constant battle finding them suitable gifts for either birthdays or Christmas (Suitable being the operative word) so you can only imagine my happy-dance when I stumbled upon this great kids book.

Created by a group of dads, The little boy (or girl) who lost his (or her) name, is fast becoming a household name around Europe and soon the world! It is a book aimed at 2-6 year olds and opens as a child wakes, to discover their name is missing from their wardrobe door. They then set off on a quest to find it, meeting bears, mermaids, narwhals and other creatures, depending on the letters which make up their name.

The book was created, and the company “lost my name” was founded, in 2012. It is offered in French, German and Spanish, as well as English, with more languages being added, The company offers free shipping worldwide and allows you edit the dedication page inside the personalised book to your liking and includes a gift wrapping service.

Before you order your book, you are asked to enter the name and gender of the child you are buying the book for. You can then view a digital copy of what the book will look like as the story revolves around each letter of the child’s name. Pretty neat stuff.

For a gift that will likely last your little ones a lifetime, it might be a great idea to get your hands on a few of these NOW!

Visit: to simply check it out or to place your Order for only £18.99 (R366.85)

To creating memories!







Originally posted in The Gaurdian



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