For this review I created one for my teenage son, Liam. I wanted something a little bit fun and something I knew he would appreciate and enjoy.
It took me about 10 minutes to customise, with the option to add personal touches, photos, quotes, and whilst making the book I got to see how each page will look once printed. There are some great tid-bits in this book; 15 (Liam's age) is the age at which the tennis player Jennifer Capriati became the youngest semi-finalist at Wimbledon. Liam's Chinese sign is a rabbit and the number one hit on the day he was born was Westlife's, I have a dream.
My favourite page was where I got to pick his Superhero-orlogy, and I chose The Kipper -Ability to out-nap a tomcat, trigger group yawns and hibernate winters - this describes my teenage son perfectly.
This book is unique, personable, and tons of fun. Perfect as a gift, or even great fun to order one for yourself. I know I now want one of for myself.
It is a beautifully designed 50 page book that offers options that are affordable for all budgets from, Digital £7.50, Paperback £19.50, Hardback £29.50 and Deluxe £49.50.
It is very easy to make The Book of Everyone as a gift for someone, all you need is their full name and date of birth. If you can't remember their exact birth date, then don’t worry as the clever inbuilt Facebook feature can help find the details for you. For a quick free preview all you need to do is to enter the details of the person you would like to make the book for and you can see what each page of their book will look like in seconds.
This Christmas the wonderful people at The Book of Everyone have teamed up with the charity Age UK and with every book you buy it goes towards the “gifting” of a book for an elderly person who may not receive a gift. Helping to bring a smile to an elderly person’s face this Christmas (a time which can be lonely for some) because after all amazing people deserve an amazing gift.