Thursday, November 11, 2010

Its that time of year again-check out these fun gift ideas!

For the younger kids this is a Really fun book and truly unique from any other kids book I have seen before.  On the cover and Each page when you turn the page it has a flip-book effect where the pictures on the page seem to come to life.  Very cool and even for the kid thats hard on their toys the cover and pages of this book are very well made! Click on the link to the left and there is a video with Rufus Butler Seder (author) showing how the book works!

I absolutely Love this!!! It is the pefect gift that adds the personal touch to whoever you are giving it to.  The "book" listed in example to left is replaced with your own personal last name or last name of gift recipient.

Product Description
This book is part of the Our Name in History series, a collection of fascinating facts and statistics, alongside short historical commentary, created to tell the story of previous generations who have shared this name. The information in this book is a compendium of research and data pulled from census records, military records, ships' logs, immigrant and port records, as well as other reputable sources. Topics include:
  • Name Meaning and Origin
  • Immigration Patterns and Census Detail
  • Family Lifestyles
  • Military Service History
  • Comprehensive Source Guide, for future research
Plus, the Discover Your Family section provides tools and guidance on how you can get started learning more about your own family history.

About the Series
Nearly 300,000 titles are currently available in the Our Name in History series, compiled from Billions of records by the world's largest online resource of family history,

This Cookbook was just relased at the end of last month and is the cookbook of all cookbooks.  It offers over 900 pages of recipes that have been collected over the past 150 years; giving this book a nostalgic but also current feel to it. 

There is something for everone in this book; including recipes of varying difficulty so everyone will be able to make things out of it! 

There are recipes from many regions all over the world which is perfect when trying to recreate those recipes our mothers and grandmothers made when we were little.

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