Enchanted Garden - Child and close one
In this charmingly personalised story the child, accompanied by a close one (parent, aunt, godparent) explores and takes part in the animal life they adore so much at this age. And even gets to become a fluffy rabbit, a colourful butterfly, a flying bee… Filled with humour and many fun surprises.
Age: 1-6 years
Delay : 4 business days
Discovering nature for themselves
Invite a loved one on the adventure
Nurture the imagination
Age : 1-6 years
In this cleverly personalised book, the child, together with a close-one (parent, aunt, godparent) discovers the wonders of a garden filled with flowers, unfamiliar animals and insects. There are hopping rabbits, swimming tadpoles and bright butterflies. The child encounters many surprises, gets the chance to be part of the circle of life in the garden, and becomes a bee who pollinates flowers, flies around as a butterfly, and even grows plants. With humour and beautiful illustrations, this book brings the child close and personal with the little creatures they are so fascinated with at this age.
Personalisation : The photo of the child appears 12 times and the name 11 times. The photo of the close one appears 4 times and the name appears 4 times.
The extra touch : There is also an option to create your own personalised message to the child, that appears at the beginning of the book.
Age: 1-6 years
Version : Girl and boy
Format : 24 pages, format 20 x 20 cm.
How it's made : personalised laminated soft or hardcover, high-quality thick interior paper, with professional digital printing.
How long it takes to create : 4 business days
Printed in the UK
How do vegetables grow, what do insects eat? What child is not fascinated by garden life and all the little animals and creatures that live there ? The garden is a superb place for sensory and motor discovery. Likewise, plants, flowers and insects are extraordinary to study and to learn about their environment. What could be better than a direct dive into a magical garden, accompanied by a loved one, to discover the life cycle of nature?