Lost My Name – Personalised Book Review

We are such a bunch of book worms here at Pudding HQ that when Lost My Name approached us to review a couple of their books I jumped at the chance.


Lost My Name are personalised books for children using characters in the story to spell out your child’s name. The website is really easy to use and you can pick the main character to look like your child.


Once you have chosen your character you type in the name and the website generates your Lost My Name book. If you want to change the character representing each letter you can pick from a few options.

On completion you can preview the book and put a special printed message in for your child. I have to say once I had finished designing the kids books I was really excited to receive them. Standard delivery is free and takes around 4-5 days. You can order express delivery if you need the book in a hurry.


I had to fight Pie off the package when it came. He always seems to know that something exciting is being delivered for him. I actually want to save these for Christmas for the kids so he was firmly shipped off to school! When I opened the package I wasn’t disappointed. The Lost My Name books were beautiful.

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I love the illustrations on each page, they are brilliantly done. The story is easy for the children to follow and I think that as Pie’s ability to read takes off at school he will enjoy the book even more. Pudding’s was really cute too and the character looks really like her. I am sure she will like the pictures and I know she will be happy to have her own story.

Lost My Name books are the perfect gift. They offer a classy personalised addition to any young child library. We would definitely recommend them. The books retail at £19.99 each, which could be considered expensive. However, the quality of the pictures and the level of personalisation available make Lost My Name books a good buy in my opinion. If you want to order one for Christmas or just because they are great you can do so here.

*Disclaimer* We received the 2 Lost My Name books as a gift in order to conduct this review but all thoughts and opinions are our own.

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