My Very Merry Christmas is an adorable personalized board book with forest animals that come together to put on a very merry Christmas for your child. This keepsake book has a hard cover and durable board pages with charming illustrations of Goose, Chipmunk and other furry friends who deliver a note about your child to Santa. At the end of this delightful story, the animals circle the tree that they have adorned with your child’s name spelled out on the ornaments.
As an added personal touch, this beautifully illustrated book includes a personalized cover and a printed dedication from the sender. Made in the USA, this storybook is written by award-winning author Jennifer Dewing and illustrated by Mati Rose McDonough.
This is our second experience with I See Me personalized children’s books and I am proud to say that I am thrilled by their quality once again. We selected to personalize the My Very Merry Christmas book for our youngest son Elliot whom is just 19 months. I thought it would be a wonderful item for us to save over the years and him to take with him as a grown adult to share memories of his childhood with his family one day.
My Very Merry Christmas is a top quality, board book. Each page is thick and perfect for young hands. Easy to turn pages and viberant colors will keep my child entertained from start to finish. This will make a wonderful gift idea, even for a baby’s first Christmas.
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I See Me! is providing one Mom to Bed by 8 reader a My Very Merry Christmas personalized book of their own this holiday season!
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