Personalized children's books have - at times - received something of a bad rap. This hasn't always been undeserved.
Personalized books (or personalised books if that is your preferred spelling) sometimes rely too heavily on the notion of being about one specific story and neglect some of the basics of what makes a good children's book - a fantastic, well-written story with engaging pictures.
So here is my list of the things that I literally think comprise the good, the bad and the ugly of personalized kids' books.
The best thing about personalized books is that they are exactly that and that the story is all about one special child.
I love this concept – and so do many of the children that have experienced their very own Zoowun stories. There is no better music to my ears than the delighted scream of: “It’s me, it’s me!”