Personalised Peppa Pig Book: 'My Mummy' (Review)

The Boy's obsession with Peppa Pig is showing no signs of fading, with sticker albums being bought from pocket money, and the excitement of April being the month of Peppa Pig on Nick Jnr.

I can't tell you how much I'm looking forward to that!

However, as much as I roll my eyes about it, there are far worse programmes that The Boy could like. Peppa's world is happy, innocent and full of childhood goodness. There's no malevolence, the porcine siblings learn about the world in which they live in a safe and humorous environment which children can relate to.

And this is why I'm a big fan of the personalised Peppa Pig books which are available from Penwizard. Seeing The Boy's face when he opens up a new Peppa Pig book which features himself alongside his favourite character is something to treasure, it really is. The books are stories of the most popular episodes, episodes that he is incredibly familiar with, and he loves seeing his name and stylised image in the pages amongst the well-loved residents of Peppa's world.

The latest addition to Penwizard's collection is the 'My Mummy' story book which celebrates how fabulous mummies are!

Peppa Pig personalised book

Personalising the book is incredibly easy and takes only a matter of minutes. The book can accommodate up to two children in the story, with the options to input full names, select hair, eye and skin colours and the mummy's physical features can be chosen too.

This would be a wonderful present for both mums and children for birthdays, Mother's Day or even Easter.

The 'My Mummy' personalised Peppa Pig book is available from Penwizard directly for £14.99

I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review, my opinion is honest and unbiased.

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  1. says

    I had no idea these existed! Mushroom would LOVE this! I will have to bookmark it for a special occasion – shame I didn't read this before his birthday this week!

    Oh, and thanks for the heads up that it's Peppa month (MONTH!) again soon :-/

  2. says

    I also have a Peppa Pig obsessed boy! He loves it – and he's called George so it has extra appeal for him.

    To be fair, there are worse, more annoying kids programs out there. Peppa Pig aint so bad.

    These books look fab btw

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