Finally, a personalized children’s book that will blow your kid’s mind. I received a personalized copy of the Following Featherbottom book from MarbleSpark for the purpose of this review. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.
It is so very important to start reading to our children at an early age, and I take every opportunity I can to get new books for Kayleigh.
We have recently added a new, and very cool, personalized children’s book to our collection. Following Featherbottom is an adorable book that follows Felix Featherbottom and his sidekick Pierre du Pond, as they race around the world finding letters to spell out your child’s first and last name. Note: I have blocked out the last name and birth date in the photos below for security reasons.
I love that you can personalize this book even further with your own message.
Your child’s birth date is also included in the book, making it extra special.
In Following Featherbottom, Felix and Pierre travel to different countries, from A in Antarctica to Z in Zimbabwe, meeting interesting characters, and going on all sorts of exciting adventures.
This is a great book that will grow with your child. Babies love the bright illustrations and rhyme. Toddlers will learn to spell and recognize their name, and older children will get a terrific geography lesson as Felix and Pierre visit the different countries. See that “K” at the bottom of the page, starting to spell out “Kayleigh”?
On the side of each page are additional words that begin with the chosen letter.
Felix and Pierre continue to find the letters to spell out your child’s name.
Until your child’s full name is spelled out.
There is even a place for your child to sign for receipt of their name! How cute is that?!
This personalized children’s book would make a great gift for any occasion – birthday, holiday, or even just to say “I love you”. Following Featherbottom retails for $32.95, and you can choose from three different hardcover background colors.
MarbleSpark is a personalized book publisher committed to making children feel as unique and special as they truly are. In 2005, founder Phil Haussler was expecting his first child with his wife Stacey. On a whim, Phil wrote and illustrated a raw storybook. They loved the idea of giving their future kids a one-of-a-kind gift… and that first weekend project eventually snowballed into MarbleSpark’s first book, Following Featherbottom.
The name MarbleSpark speaks to the founders’ hope of igniting imaginations. Marble is meant figuratively, as in brain, noggin’, or noodle – like, “Have you lost your marbles?” And Spark means ignition, explosion, and combustion. MarbleSpark isn’t just a name – it’s a mission.