The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home

This month I was given the opportunity to have a fantastic personalised book designed for Sylvia and I’m so pleased I did. The Incredible Intergalatic Journey home is a brilliant children’s book about two friends, travelling an adventure to their home.

book cover

The book created by David Cadji-Newby and Pedro Serapicos has a fantastic storyline and brilliant illustrations. The story is fun to read and the fact the main character is your own child just makes it even more special.

Sylvia

 

Travelling through space on a great adventure the book incorporates your child’s name. When you design the book online, you can also choose the most accurate illustration to represent your child. For example you choose either a male or female and the skin colour and hair that best suits your child. I think that is really great.

monsters

The book is a fun to read story and is personalised even more with a dedication at the front to your child. At the end of the adventure your child is about to crash land back home and when designing the book, you simply put in your post code and get to choose the image of the area where your child actually lives.

crash land

We live in a village and the image of our street and my daughters school in the book and I think that is fantastic. Sylvia loved the fact her school was in the book and she will be taking the book to school for sharing time to share with her class friends after the school holidays.

adventure

This is a fantastic book and one I’m really pleased we were able to review. Sylvia really loves it and she is super excited to show it to her grandma and her friends. Thank you Lost my Name for the wonderful opportunity to review this book.

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If you would like to purchase your own personalised book, Lost My Name offer free postage and really fast delivery.

We received the book in return for an honest review

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22 Comments

  1. I love this book! You cant beat a personalised book and the fact it has an image of your home and school is amazing! We reviewed ‘The Girl Who Lost Her Name’ before Christmas and we loved it, its still one of Mias favourite books! 🙂

    #TriedTested

    1. It is amazing and Sylvia was so excited when she saw her home in the book and the last page with the door number. The personalisation is fabulous.

  2. Ooh, we’ve got the Little Boy who Lost his Name from the same people and that was good. Will have to look at this one too.
    #KLTR

  3. This is brilliant!! The illustrations are lovely and I am sure Mobkey would love to see his name written in stars at the end!! #TriedTested xx

  4. What a gorgeous book! I love all the different ways it can be personalised, it makes it even more special. The illustrations look wonderful. Thanks for hosting #KLTR

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