Sunday, 10 June 2012
Make Pa the Star!
Make Pa the star with a love2read personalised reading book for your child!
Everyone knows how important it is to read to your child. Countless studies show that children who are read to start school at an enormous educational advantage. But children also love a personal, 'made-up' story and these love2read books combine the two. And today, one lucky winner has the opportunity to create their own personalised love2read book in our fabulous competition
Dads will love being the star of the bedtime story, so love2read has come up with the perfect Father’s Day gift in the form of a unique, personalised book. Their range of books can be personalised by adding ten photos and text to the pages e.g. “My dad plays golf”, “My dad likes cars” or “My dad loves me”.
All you have to do is upload ten suitable photographs of Dad or Grandpa into a virtual book at www.love2read.co.uk and add some simple text. Your book will be printed and sent to your home address within 10 days. Titles include: My daddy…, Our dad…and My grandad…
The books are themed around National Curriculum keywords and are designed to stimulate the child’s interest in books so that they really want to read. No software is needed, the website is easy to use and you can even save your book as you go along if you need to come back to it later.
This year, give a Father's Day gift the whole family will treasure forever - and help your child catch the reading bug at the same time. To ensure books arrive in time for Father’s Day, orders need to be placed by midday on 12th June which means the competition will close at midnight tonight. Simply leave a comment below and Charlie will choose a winner when he gets out of bed tomorrow morning. (Don't worry, we have our own special way of pulling names out of the hat!)
And if you're not the lucky one, you can still order a super love2read book in time for Father's Day AND get a generous 20% discount simply by entering the code CHARLIE (valid until 12th June) when you place your order.
For further information and to see the range of love2Read books on offer please visit their website at:
Posted by Tim Atkinson at 08:08