The Lost My Name books are different enough to really stand out as special, even before you consider the amazing artwork. Lost My Name take personalised gift books to a whole new level.
The people behind Lost My Name thought it was time to hear from the children for a change, and asked asked children aged 4-7 to tell us in their own words all about the main news stories from 2015. The children's words and images, along with their imaginations, were brought together in to a newspaper...
The Amazing Fantastic Year In Review 2015 is free for anyone to read
(you'll be amazed just how much better and how more honest it is than a regular newspaper).
If you are lucky enough to live near London, New York, Sydney or Toronto, then you might even be handed a free printed copy, and if not then anyone can claim a free newspaper by sharing the Lost My name online newspaper link that I shared above, and then letting Lost My name know about it! See the Lost My Name website for more details.
To promote the launch of the Amazing Fantastic Year In Review 2015, Lost My Name are offering one of my readers a code for a free personalised Lost My Name book of your very own. They're gorgeous books and my boys love to read theirs.
I have previously reviewed The Little Boy Who Lost His Name...
And the second book from the Lost My Name team - The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home
For your chance to win a Lost My Name book personalised for your child, either The Little Girl Who Lost Her Name, or The Little Boy who Lost His Name, and a printed copy of The Amazing Fantastic Year In Review 2015, please enter using the Gleam form below.
Entry to the giveaway is open to UK entrants only, please see the terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form. The giveaway will end at midnight 3rd January 2016.
Lost My Name Book Giveaway
We've been given our own code for a free Lost My Name Book in return for this post.