Giveaway: Personalised Book from love2read

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This morning I have a really fun giveaway for you, with a personalised book of your choice up for grabs from love2read!

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Our carefully designed books combine key words with your photos to bring reading to life for your child. Upload your photos, personalise the text and we’ll print a unique book that will give your child a real head start.

The aim of each unique book is to help your child develop a love of reading. It does this by presenting photographs which reflect your child’s world and relating them to simple words. Research shows that if your child loves books they will learn to read much faster and you will be encouraging a lifelong love of reading. The key words in each book are known as “high frequency ” words, which are some of the first words your child will be taught to recognise when they start school.

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We reviewed a love2read book last year and really liked it – Georgie still reads & enjoys her book all about her & Daddy.

To enter this giveaway, please comment with your answer to the following question, and record your entries using the rafflecopter widget below:

What would your love2read book be about if you won?

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Thank you for entering, good luck! This competition ends on 3/11/13.

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206 thoughts on “Giveaway: Personalised Book from love2read

  1. I like the idea of the book with the cover title :- I Love. As it could be a book for my little great-nephew in which the enclosed photographs are of things, people, places etc that he loves. It would then be a wonderful family keepsake for him.

  2. My son has autism so a personalised book would be fab for him. Just like a social story 🙂

  3. I’m a single mum. & I’m very worried about the day my daughter asks where her daddy is.
    I’d have a book explaining that not all kids have daddys in the loveliest way possible.

  4. all about Imogen my first Granddaughter who has just turned one and is so funny, feisty and lovely- would make a fantastic book

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