I was sent a copy of The Book Of Everyone for the purposes of this review. You can find a discount code at the bottom of this post, along with a lovely initiative to help polar bears
We’ve seen some really lovely personalised books for children recently: the brilliant bedtime story of Matthew and the Shnugglefluffle; the popular Lost My Name, which is a story according to the letters of your child’s name; and of course the lovely Amazing Pages. But time for the adults to have a turn at personalised books!
I was sent a copy of The Book Of Everyone for the purposes of this review.
The ordering process is astonishingly easy. You simply input the recipient’s name, date of birth and your own name, and bam! the book is previewed in front of you.
I ordered a Christmas book, but to be honest, it makes a better birthday book, because most of the pages are about what happened in the world around the day you were born.
There are pages you can personalise – for example this page originally said “Thank you for being you” and there is a drop down menu to choose some pre-written alternatives, or a blank box to input your own.
If you order the hardback version, at £29.99, you get free 5-day postage and a digital version emailed to you to share with your friends.
Click here for a discount code, which gives you 15% off, and if three people use the code, I will get a £15 voucher. You will, of course, get your own referral code if you buy a book, too.
The Book Of Everyone are currently supporting polarbearsinternational.org, with this personalised snowflake creator.