That’s Me Publishing’s pending process uses incredibly simple software to enable your customers to personalize and print their own children’s books at home. Everything is included in the kit: covers, paper, binding coil, software and directions. In “Alphabet,” a child gives his friend, Frog, a storybook for his birthday. The child teaches Frog to read his new book by finding the letters of the alphabet in the world around Frog’s pond and then in the names of the child’s family and friends. Frog learns quickly. He shows his skill by identifying the letter that begins the child’s name. “Our Alphabet Personalized Book Kit works well for specialty toy retailers because it represents a personalized product where shoppers will always find the name they are looking for, since the simple software in the kit allows any name up to 16 letters,” Mary Dwyer of That’s Me Publishing told TDmonthly.
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