New Book Release is a Surefire Way to Get Boys Revved Up About Reading

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I See Me! announces the release of it’s newest personalized children’s book, “My Very Own Trucks”

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In this uniquely personalized book, diggers, dumpers, plows and planes bring letters one by one to spell out a child's first and last name in rhyme.

Vroom! Vroom! I See Me!, a leading personalized book seller, has young boys everywhere racing over to read its newest personalized children’s book, My Very Own Trucks.

My Very Own Trucks is a surefire way to get young boys revved up about reading,” says I See Me! President and Author Maia Haag. In this uniquely personalized book, diggers, dumpers, plows and planes bring letters one by one to spell out a child's first and last name in rhyme.

Children will delight in learning all about trucks and vehicles, from A to Z. The Ambulance brings the A, the Crane brings the C, the Skid Steer Loader brings the S and so on. As the story progresses, the vehicles construct a child’s name on scaffolding, and at the end they celebrate by tooting their horns and shining their lights on the wonderful name that they have built.

Children will also learn fun facts about 62 different vehicles in the educational encyclopedia included in the book. Filled with colorful, delightful illustrations, My Very Own Trucks is a unique keepsake hardcover book that will be cherished for a lifetime.

My Very Own Trucks can be created for a child in a matter of minutes online at ISeeMe.com and will arrive within two weeks (continental U.S., standard delivery). When ordering, customers have the option to upload a photo of their child to appear on the dedication page of the book. Children love seeing their names and photos in print!

I See Me! offers standard US shipping at no charge on orders $75 or more.

Want to win a copy? Motor on over to http://woobox.com/cxjyim to I See Me!’s My Very Own Trucks photo contest. 10 lucky winners will receive a personalized copy of My Very Own Trucks. One grand prize winner will receive a $250 gift card to Pottery Barn Kids.

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