My Fairy Tale Books (Little One, Little One, What Do You See?) Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

I just love personalized children’s books.  I think they are really cute.  My other two kids have personalized books that they got somewhere a long time ago.  I was definately thrilled to have the opportunity to review a book from My Fairy Tale Books!  They sent me a personalized book of my choice and I had it personalized for my littlest guy.  My Fairy Tale Books has more than just children’s story books.  They also have baby books and personalized CD’s as well.  They have different kinds of story books too.  There are educational books, fantasy, heroes, sports and more.  They even have holiday and religious books! 
Little One, Little One, What Do You See?
Written by Alan Siewert
Illustrated by Pam Jones
Published by Create A Book
Copyright 2001
The book is about “Little One” which is replaced with you child’s name all thanks to My Fairy Tale Books!  This book asks your “Little One” what they see throughout the book.  For example, on one page it says “Little One, tell me what can jump.  It’s a big green bull frog over a hump.”  on another page it asks what can fly and there is a blue bird flying.  The book even goes into counting as well asking how many animals you can see.
I like this because the book teaches about colors of the animals, teaches them what kind of animals they are and what they can do like jump or fly, and there is counting from one to ten.  What I like about the numbers are that they are spelled out and they are in capital letters so that number words can be easily read and recognized.  My favorite part is when the book gets to a part where your “Little One” gets asked by the other children to be friends and these other children are actually my older two kids’ names!  I was able to have it personalized that way.  Isn’t that just cute?
The end of the book includes your child’s address in the story and there is also a message from mom and dad at the end of the story.
“”Little One”, wherever you go, Mom and Dad want you to know…Whether counting or rhyming, one thing is true:  Mom and Dad, dear “Little One”, will always love you.”
Personalizing one of My Fairy Tale Books books is a lot more than just adding your child’s name in the story.  They have a lot of different books to choose from.  I really like this book because not only does it teach colors, animals and numbers, it also rhymes.  I love it because it makes it easier for little ones getting ready to read and the story is also easy to follow whether it’s being read to the child or if the child is reading it himself. 
My Fairy Tale Books make it very easy to personalize any of their books by filling out a form.  The form may vary per book because of the way the story plays in the book.  There may be different things to personalize.  They also make it easy to choose a book too.  If you aren’t sure about a book because you have no idea what the book is about, you can actually read the story with personalized examples so that you can read it and see what it looks like before you even buy a book!  I love the site and I think I will visit again eventually and buy some more of these books for my kids.  I think that personalized books makes reading more fun.  They make them feel like they really are part of the story!
The product was sent to me for free by the company for my use and review. I was not paid to write my review and my opinions are 100% my own.
Buy It:  If you want to buy one of these books stop by My Fairy Tale Books.  The story books are $11.95 to $13.95 and if you want to purchase a baby book, they are just a couple dollars more.  I think those are pretty good prices for their books since most regular books, you are paying about $7 to $8 anyway. 
Win It!  One of my lucky readers will win their own personalized copy of “Little One, Little One, What Do You See?” thanks to My Fairy Tale Books!

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Giveaway is open to U.S. only. Giveaway will end April 29 @ 11:59 PM (EST). Winner will be chosen using random.org. Winner will have 48 hours to respond after I contact via email. If winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!

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