Monday, 4 June 2018

Where next, Teddy? Personalised Book Review And Giveaway

Have you noticed how children can become more engaged with a book when they relate to it in someway? When the lead character shares their name and looks a bit like them they definitely show an interest. You might be lucky enough to stumble across a book which seems to be about them, but if you don’t want to leave it to chance there are a number of companies that will print a book personalised for your child. “Where next, Teddy?” is a beautiful personalised book we were sent to review by Chapterful where your child goes on a bedtime adventure with a teddy bear.



“Where next, Teddy?” is written, illustrated, designed and printed in the UK. The website allows you to quickly personalise the book with your child’s name, gender, hair colour (from a choice of 5 each with a different hair style and skin colouring) and the ability to add glasses and a wheelchair which is a nice touch. You can also add a personal message to be added on the first page. Finally you can choose to have the book in paperback, hardback or with a cushioned cover. I chose the hardback version and I was impressed to see the inside pages are of good quality too.


The story is based on your child going to bed with Teddy and going on a number of adventures. At 33 pages it is longer than many children’s books and it works well as a bedtime story to get your child ready to fall asleep. The rhythm had Little yawning by the end on the first read through which is a strong recommendation for it.


The story is easy to follow and each adventure is only a few lines long, but it is sure to give your child ideas to get them dreaming quickly. The text is accompanied by endearing illustrations which should appeal to both children and adults.


Chapterful have kindly offered a personalised book to one of my readers, for your chance to win enter my giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget below. UK entry only, closes midnight 24th June 2018.



***Disclosure: We were provided with a personalised copy of “Where next, Teddy?” for the purpose of review and a further copy will be sent to the randomly selected winner of the giveaway***

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45 comments

  1. before school in the morning :)

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  2. We love to read just before bed, whilst having a nice cuddle x

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  3. We read at different times in the day but usually before a nap or bed, but if they are hyperactive we chill out with a book

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  4. At bedtime and in the garden on warm afternoons.

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  5. I read with my grandson after school.

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  6. I love to read to the childen at any time.

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  7. I always read to my daughters at bedtime. Can't wait to start reading to my granddaughter

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  8. Michelle Smith7 June 2018 at 15:02

    At bedtime

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  9. Loved the story at bedtime x

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  10. Always at bedtime, I find it calms them down and it's nice to have a cuddle

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  11. At bedtime and whenever they climb on my knee.

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  12. At bedtime is always a good time.

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  13. Anytime with the grandchildren, we have loads of fun

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  14. I love to read books with my grandchildren at anytime

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  15. We always read books before bed.

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  16. Just before bed time having cuddles

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  17. Anytime really, but especially at bedtime.

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  18. at bedtime after their bath!

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  19. my older child and I read a chapter of her book at bedtime but for my toddler we read throughout the day

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  20. I like reading with my little one during the day because he gets too excited at bedtime lol :) x

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  21. The main time is bedtime, but I listen to Ellie read her school back after tea. When I have my three youngest grandchildren we sit on the couch and have a story as part of "quiet time" (That's for my benefit! :) )

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  22. When my great-niece comes to stay we usually like to read mid afternoon.

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  23. Mainly at bedtime but whenever we have a quiet moment to ourselves

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  24. We love reading after bath time sunggling on the sofa in out PJs

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  25. at bedtime, but sometimes love reading a book with them in the afternoon for quite time

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  26. we like to read stories at bedtime

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  27. Fiona Johnstone23 June 2018 at 20:03

    Bedtime is the main time, but i would read a story during the day too. To cuddle in and read a book to your children is just the best thing in the whole world.

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  28. At bedtime

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  29. My little grandson usually wants me to read to him when he's tired I think it's soothing apart from that bedtime

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  30. I love to read with my children at bedtime and occasionally in the mornings.

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  31. Just as my daughter gets into bed. Lovely time just me and her

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  32. Hannah Burchell24 June 2018 at 21:38

    Always bed time!

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  33. Anytime really but bedtime is probably the favourite.

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