Lost My Name

Rated 5 out of 5

Our bestselling story of self-discovery

A totally unique, personalised gift based on the letters of a child’s name.

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$52.99 SGD

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Rated 5 out of 5

‘Perfectly unique! AMAZING AND ADORABLE. Stop thinking about buying this, and just buy it. You won't regret it!’ - Marie

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“The storyline is so unique and the illustrations are gorgeous. I’ve lost count of how many families I have gifted it to.”
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The start of something Wonderbly

Everybody’s got an origin story, and we’re no different. In 2013 we made a book to show children just how unique they are. More books than we can count later, we’re on a mission to spread that message to everyone (turns out adults need to hear it just as much as children). [Read our story](/pages/our-story).

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Meet David

David spends a lot of his time thinking about how personalisation can make stories more inspiring, empowering and meaningful for children. When he’s not writing books for Wonderbly, he’s probably telling his two dogs to behave themselves.

lost my name series

Discover the much-loved collection

More curious creatures, heaps of magical illustration and empowering messages of kindness – this colourful collection makes any child the star of the show. And the big reveal of their name at the end? It’s the final touch that every storytime needs. Prepare to dazzle.

Save 25% off 2 or 3 books in the series with code STORYBUNDLE

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Rated 5 out of 5

FAQs

This magical children’s book was written with kids up to 8 years old in mind – but we’ve found a lot of our customers like to buy it as a newborn gift. The empowering story, fun vocabulary and message of self-discovery make it the perfect story for growing with. Great for reading aloud, reading together, and eventually reading on their own.

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