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Author Celebrates First Time Parents With A Heartfelt Gift

Press release April 12, 2010 Family

One-of-a-kind book written and illustrated specifically for your family, available at


AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – What is the once-in-a-life-time gift that will truly last forever and ever and is given to all first time parents by their first child?

Author Janice O’Reilly answers this question in the book entitled “A Gift That Will Last Forever and Ever” (tpb, $29.95 + shipping).

It’s a uniquely written and beautifully illustrated baby book that once read, has a way of putting smiles on the faces of new fathers and joyful tears in the eyes of new mothers.  

O’Reilly recognized the momentous occasion of becoming a grandmother with the birth of her very first grandchild and wrote this book to celebrate this special gift.

“I realized on the day that Haley was born, I was given a gift and it was a gift that only Haley could give me,” said O’Reilly. “That gift was my new name, and my new name would be “Nana” forever and ever.”

This personalized baby book was written especially for first time parents who will hear the sweetness in the sound of their new names “Mommy” and “Daddy” forever and ever.

What started out as a simple keepsake for her granddaughter has since turned into a business that recognizes different families and lifestyles.  O’Reilly, in conjunction with illustrator, Laura Conrad set to creating a series of books that would not only be personalized, but specifically illustrated to define your family. Currently, the book is available for Caucasian, African American, Asian, Latino, LGBT and Middle Eastern families. 

Interested patrons can order the book in English or Spanish for $29.95 plus shipping or download a gift certificate by visiting or

For More Information

To arrange an interview, contact Seek Monumental Heights at 248-808-9320 or email

To place an order for a custom personalized book, visit or List of baby books to-date is Caucasian, African American, Asian, Latino, Adoption, LGBT and Middle Eastern families, with more to come

For questions contact Janice O’Reilly: info at