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Review & Giveaway | The Little Stork and My Given Name*




Darcy has an ever increasing collection of books, she loves nothing more than selecting a book for us to read together. 

I received an email from Kevin Tyler, author of The Little Stork and My Given Name asking if I would like to review his book and of course I said yes.

The book is beautiful, sizable at A4 landscape and hardback. It means it's more likely to survive spilt drinks and sticky little fingers.





Although the book is aimed at 3 to 8 year olds, Darcy enjoyed pointing at all the animals, the illustrations are especially beautiful.



Each book is unique due to being personalisable by name, gender and ethnicity. What I really love about The Little Stork and My Given Name is the selection of ethnicities to select from. It's important for me that Darcy has toys and books that reflect her own ethnicity, something which Kevin is very passionate about.



The book makes a great gift for young children who can keep it forever. Customised copies cost £19.95 for hardback and £17.95 for paperback. For each copy sold, £1 is donated to Children with Cancer UK Charity. You can order yours here


The story is unique and coupled with  it's stunning illustrations, is delivered in high quality print. I would highly recommend it.

Kevin has been kind enough to allow me to gift a copy to my readers, so  all you need to do to be in with a chance is enter via the
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*I received this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions my own.
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74 comments:

  1. A lovely idea for a baby book #TriedTested

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  2. I liked reading all the Enid Blyton books

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  3. I loved the Roald Dahl Books Matilda was my Favourite

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  4. It was a book called 'Can't you sleep little bear'

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  5. Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.

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  6. Willy wonker Charley and the chocolate factory xxxx

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  7. The magic faraway tree by Enid Blyton x

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  8. i loved charlie and the chocolate factory

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  9. I had a picture dictionary I used to love x

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  10. we have this book, its long which is great and can be a keepsake if looked after)

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  11. My favourite book was the hungry caterpillar :)

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  12. As a child it was Topsy and Tim,the original ones over 50 years ago and I can still remember them x

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  13. When I was really little it was each peach pear plum

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  14. I liked Hairy McClary from Donaldsons Dairy 😀

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  15. the tiger who came to tea!

    AShleigh

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  16. Anything by Shirley Hughes!

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  17. I loved Enid Blyton and Roald Dahl books best

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  18. My favourite book as a child was Georges Marvellous Medicine

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  19. Mine was Spot the Dog and now it's one of my sons favourites too :)

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  20. The Hungry Caterpillar, I've still got my original copy :)

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  21. Sam, pig and Sally....I've still got it!

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  22. as a child i loved all the famous five books

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  23. It was a book by Enid Blyton called Shadow the Sheepdog loved that book

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  24. I loved Carrie's War by Nina Bawden

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  25. The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton
    I used to read it all the time. I still have this book and now my little loves it too xxx

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  26. My favourite book as a child was Oliver Twist

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  27. mine was called twinkletoes it was personalised book about helping santa

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  28. My fave book was the owl who was afraid of the dark :)

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  29. My favourite books were anything by Roald Dahl, just introducing my 7 year old daughter to them and she loves them just as much!!

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  30. My favourite book was Peter Rabbit <3 xx

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  31. I used to love the far away tree!

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  32. I loved George's Marvellous Medicine or anything Roald Dahl to be honest, but if it had been possible to get anything personalised to my name I would have LOVED IT! I strongly remember back in the day when my brother with his normal name could always find a personalised pencil/ poster etc and nothing ever had my name. That's why my daughter has the top name for 2011. Haha

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