Children’s Books for Your Children’s Sake
Sharing the stories of our ancestors connects our families through the generations, as we get to know those who paved the way before us, and they become the heroes in our lives. Their story becomes part of our story. Children’s books bring the youngest members of our families into the loop as we all share those amazing stories through illustrations and easily understandable text.
Our family stories create our family narrative, and they become more permanent when they are written down and shared. Research shows that families with strong family narratives are more successful. Individuals who are aware of their family stories actually have more self-confidence, allowing them to better face life’s challenges.
That is one reason Rememberize believes, “for your children’s sake: tell your stories.”
It is important for all of us, especially our children, to know the stories from our past, and that is why we are always looking for fun ways to engage the entire family in the storytelling process. A great way to share your family stories and connect the generations of your family is one of our family history children’s books.
A Rememberize Children’s Book is an 8″ x 8″, saddle-stitched book, in sizes of 16, 20, or 24 pages plus a 4-page cover. Beginning with page 2, the book is laid out in 2-page spreads, with text on one page and a matching illustration on the facing page (this can vary left and right throughout the book, as desired).
Our Summer Special gives you the opportunity for free design and printing (your family provides the text and illustrations) of a family history children’s book. You would pay only the printing costs for the number of books you desire. (If you prefer that we assist with the writing and/or illustrations, we can do so, and we will charge back our costs for those services).
Contact us today to purchase our Summer Special pricing and to begin the production process. Call us at (801) 337-9573 or send us an email at email@example.com and we’ll get you started by selecting a topic and making a production plan for your children’s book.