REVIEW: The Book Of Everyone

We all know someone that is tricky to buy for at Christmas or on birthdays. That person who seemingly has everything they need or want already. It’s a struggle I face every year, however this Christmas I have found the perfect gift: The Book of Everyone. The Book of Everyone is a beautifully crafted 50-page book that can be created about anyone you wish. It is a timeless, thoughtful and unique gift which is available in paperback, hardback, deluxe and even digital formats.

 

the book of everyone review

The Book of Everyone can be created online in a few minutes. You simply fill in the recipient’s name, their date of birth, whether they are male or female and put your name so that they know who made it. The book is filled with personalised facts, statistics and nostalgic information relating to the person and the world they were born into, and grew up in. It gives a delightful snap-shot of the world in which the person for whom you are creating the book was born.

 

book of everyone review

 

I decided to created The Book of Ian* in paperback. Ian doesn’t usually read my blog so hopefully it won’t spoil the surprise! (If you are reading this, Ian, please look away now!) I was able to personalise virtually every page, starting with the cover. Each page of the book was shown online whilst ordering it so I could see the fun facts, figures and statistics based around his birthday as it was put together, and I got to personalise further by selecting quotes and adding photos on certain pages.

 

the book of everyone ian review

 

The book took less than a week to arrive by standard post and I am delighted with the results. It has been printed with care on thick, quality paper, and it is fun reading through each of the pages. I was taken aback at how cheap things were back in the eighties – one of the pages is a shopping receipt with the prices of petrol, milk and even a garden gnome! It’s a really fun and charming book and would make a lovely gift for just about anyone that you can think of.

 

book of everyone inside

 

I don’t want to give too much away as it will spoilt the surprise if Ian is reading, so hop over to The Book of Everyone where you can put the details of the person you’d like to make a book for and see what it could look like! Prices start from: Digital £7.50, Paperback £19.50, Hardback £29.50 and Deluxe £49.50. You might also like to take a look at The Book of Everyone’s Snowflake Campaign to create a one-of-a-kind digital snowflake and raise money for Polar Bear International!

 

Who would you create The Book of Everyone for?

 

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*I was sent The Book of Everyone to review.

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