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Put Me In The Story – Personalized Children’s Books


Put Me In The Story is a new personalized children’s book site that Sourcebooks  launched last fall.  What makes Put Me In The Story unique is that they are offering personalization of bestselling and/or award-winning books.  These are quality stories that parents & kids already know and love, now available with the child’s name is integrated throughout the story, including a dedication page for photo and personal message.

I instantly fell in love with the adorable books, first because they are best selling/award winning books, but they now have your kid’s name in it!

I knew I wanted If I Could Keep You Little… by Marianne Richmond for Shelby. It reminded me of the song Sam likes to sing to Shelby and I knew everyone would love to read the book to Shelby. This is such a beautiful story for all kids, and we love ing turns reading to her.

I also love that you can make a dedication page for the child the book is for.


I just love how the personalized book has your child’s name throughout the story!

To learn more and order your book, head on over to You cna choose from tons of different books too!
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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has three daughters, ages 16,13,7 and a son who is 4. They currently reside in Texas.

3 Responses to “Put Me In The Story – Personalized Children’s Books”

  1. Thank you for sharing my book with your community! So glad you love it! Kindly, Marianne Richmond

  2. mrsshukra says:

    Personalized books make reading more fun for the kids!

  3. Derrek B says:

    I love personalized children’s books. I remember a fun book my parents gave my brother and I.  They were personalized with our own names but spelled backwards.  So my character was a giraffe named ‘Kerred’.  I thought that was so cool.  My brother’s book had a lion named ‘Yeldarb’.  I still like to call him that every now and again…and he’s 47.

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