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Benefits of Personalized Books

The Sports Book
If you are thinking about purchasing a personalized book for that special child in your life, do not delay. Aside from being one of the most thoughtful and unique gifts you can give, personalized books have many other benefits as well.

In this fast paced world, electronics such as television screens and video games can take over our children’s time and attention. Reading can get pushed back or not even done at all. When a child receives a personalized book, it can help bring back the joy of reading. Many of the stories have a confidence boosting theme and your child gets to read about him/herself doing something heroic.

One such book is Scruff’s Summer Camp Adventure. In this story, Scruff, the nephew of famous crime dog McGruff, teaches the kids a valuable lesson about drug and substance awareness while taking a fun summer camp outing. Your child will be learning valuable life lessons while they help take a bite out of crime in this anti-drug story.

In The Sports Book, the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship is the message. Through your child and his/her friends, they learn that winning is not the goal of every game. It helps teach the importance of treating others with kindness and respect, to never belittle or put down another player, and to always do your best.

Personalized books offer many benefits to kids of all ages. Encouraging them to read, learning valuable life skills, and treating others with kindness are just a few. Look for personalized children’s books in many categories including:

Baby & Sibling Personalized Children's Books

Personalized Adventure Books for Kids

Why Reading at Bedtime is Important

Personalized Sports Books

Motivating Your Child to Read