I SEE ME! Plans Giveaway of Personalized Storybooks
I SEE ME! will give 10 copies of "It's Fancy to be Me!" away during the month of September as it promotes the launch of the new personalized story. The story, which promotes positive self-image for young girls, is capable of personalization making the main character resemble the young lady in your life.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 24, 2015
Award-winning personalized bookseller I See Me! announces the launch of "It's Fancy To Be Me!" by offering 10 lucky fans the chance to win their copy for free.
The project, a new picture book, features an inspiring message for young girls: "Wherever you go and whatever you do, the fanciest thing is JUST TO BE YOU!"
The story, written by award-winning children's author Jennifer Dewing, showcases your child as she jets around the world to famous cities and wears fancy clothes from each culture. The story comes to life with illustrations by Turkish illustrator Yusuf Doganay. At the end of the book, she learns "it's what's inside you that defines who you are."
According to I See Me! Company founder Maia Haag, "It's Fancy To Be Me! circles back to the core message that it's what's on the inside that counts the most and that the fanciest thing is to ‘just be you.' The story is a natural fit with our company's mission to celebrate the uniqueness of each child."
"It's Fancy To Be Me!" is personalized with your child's name on the cover and throughout the storybook. Customers can even select the skin tone and hair color so that the fancy girl character shown in the story resembles their child.
In addition, a photo can also be uploaded into the book to make it even more relatable to the recipient. The gift giver also has the option of adding a custom dedication.
I See Me! is giving away copies to ten lucky winners September 15 though September 30, 2015. ENTER HERE!
ABOUT I See Me!
I See Me! provides the highest quality, most uniquely personalized children's books available. The company's mission is to increase self-esteem in children through personalized books that celebrate the uniqueness of each child. The goal of the books is to show each child how absolutely unique and special he or she is, to teach the child how to spell his or her name, and to build vocabulary skills. Their books have become popular among celebrities including Courteney Cox, Brooke Shields and Jessica Alba.
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