Never mind the story of the Three Wise Men this festive season – this year, it’s Wise (ish) Words For Everyone that will be entertaining your favourite child this Christmas.
Whether it’s for your son or daughter, niece, nephew, grandchild or any youngster you think the world of, Wise(ish) Words For Everyone is a personalised, 50-page grin-inducing book, bursting at the seams with useful and funny advice – and it’s guaranteed to make a small person’s Christmas Day.
All you have to do is go to Wise(ish) Words For Everyone website, add the name of the child you have in mind, and the platform does all the hard work for you, with their name emblazoned on virtually every beautiful page and incorporated into the sage and sometimes silly aphorisms.
It’s fun to make, free to preview and you can add your own touches to create a one-of-a kind-gift for that special child in your life. It’s made in minutes – but will give a lifetime of warm-fuzzy feelings and some great lessons for your favourite kid to live by.
Each unique book of Wise(ish) Words is crammed with stunning design where you choose the style and colours and to what extent you’d like the wise(ish) words to be heartfelt or cheeky, and hit create. You can edit at every stage to lovingly tailor the book’s mottos and maxims even further for the child you have in mind.
You can choose a digital PDF version at £7.95, a softback version for £23.95, hardback for £29.99 and a deluxe version for £39.95.
Have a look at Wise(ish) Words For Everyone and make your own book for that special someone here:
Wise(ish) Words For Everyone is the latest offering from The Book Of Everyone – a gigantic grin-inducing, lip-wobbling celebration of the individual, whether it’s your mum, your dad, your gran, your granddad, your partner or your lifelong friend. Because everyone needs to feel loved and unique. And knowing that you share 50% of your DNA with a banana or a billion atoms with Shakespeare is really very important.
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