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"Find Me If You Can" by Bammco- Book Review and Giveaway

My daughter just recently started enjoying the I spy books.  Take the same principle of those books but personalize them with your family photos and you have the "Find Me If You Can"  a book by Bammco

Thank-you Bammco for personalizing a book for me to conduct this review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine. 

I was very pleased with the customer service and the ease of ordering my book.  I only needed to send the pictures to them and I got my book quickly.  

My husband and I had some fun paging through a few pages and finding our faces but I am wrapping this up and putting it under the tree.  I imagine my daughter will truly be searching each page until she finds each of us on them.  I love the rhyming on the pages and the bright and colorful backgrounds.  I have a feeling that by the time she finishes the book she will start all over again.  :) 

Every child wants to be the star in their own personalized story so order your book today!  Check out the Bammco website for more information:

A few things about Bammco include:
- Tom and Sue created this book which took 3 years and 18 months to develop the software to generate the book.  

-The book costs $29.99 plus $4.95 shipping and it takes about a week to develop, print, bind, and ship the book.  

- No worries they will never use your family photos for anyone else unless you give them permission.  

- They have fundraiser opportunities. 

Who wants to win one personalized book? Enter the giveaway through the rafflecopter form below.  

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Unknown said…
I just read the Beginners Bible Story about the calling of the Disciples. Before that we read Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Maria K said…
We are reading "I want to be a Soldier".
Unknown said…
We are reading Charlotte's Web :)
Unknown said…
Rainforest Animals was the last book I read to my kids.
Clair Shumack said…
we are reading where the sidewalk ends

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