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A sensational gift to fascinate the individual with all the major events from their birthdays throughout their life.
- Filled with headlines from the date of birth and every birthday thereafter
- Personalised with the recipient’s name and a message
- Option to emboss the recipient’s name on the cover
- Bound in premium quality, handmade covers
- Ideal for anyone with a keen sense of history
Finding the ideal gift for those who have lived and seen it all gets even more challenging with each new birthday. For a gift like no other, the LA Times birthday book is truly one-of-a-kind. The book is created from the individual’s birthday date which then dictates the content of the book itself. So, for example, if the individual’s birth date was October 6th, 1949, this will be the first front page in the book. After that, it’ll be October 6th, 1950, then ‘51, then ‘52 and so on, all the way through to their latest birthday.
The thickness of the book depends on the age of the individual, which is why the LA Times birthday book is especially made to celebrate mature birthdays. The older the recipient, the thicker the book, meaning more memories. Blank pages feature throughout the book for the reader to fill in, and the individual’s name is featured on the opening page along with a special message too. You also have the option to emboss the reader’s name on the cover of the book or, opt for the deluxe edition to receive a complete newspaper, as well as the individual headlines from their date of birth.
How to Personalize the LA Times Birthday Book
For a truly meaningful gift, personalize this book with any name and a message on the certificate label in the book’s dedication page. You can also gold emboss the recipient’s name on the book’s front cover.
This LA Times birthday book measures 12 ½ x 15 inches, personalized with a name and message on the certificate label on the title page. The recipient’s name can also be embossed in gold on the front cover of the book.
Please note: The book will only include this year’s birthday page if it is ordered 60 days after the selected date has past. There will be occasions (very rarely) when a front page for your exact date isn’t available. For example: No newspapers are printed on Christmas Day, Good Friday and during strikes, in which case a front page from the day after will be used.