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Posted February 18, 2013
My two year-old daughter absolutely LOVES these books, and Alice
My two year-old daughter absolutely LOVES these books, and Alice in Wonderland is her favorite. She goes through it over and over, excitedly pointing out the colors and characters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 17, 2012
Modern take on the classic!
I love the modern graphic style of Alice in Wonderland. It is a board book for kids that uses the characters and themes from the Carroll classic to teach about colors. From the orange (Chesire) cat to the (Queen of) red hearts, Alice in Wonderland is filled with vivid images that allude to key scenes from the book. It is delightful to see the wacky characters from Wonderland in this new light. Well done!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 26, 2012
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Prepare for the gush. Look at those covers, the entire books are like that. I love reading picture books with my boys, but you rarely find something that tickles your own personal style so much. Alice in Wonderland is a color primer, with the colorful characters and colors on every page. Though the blue catepillar is not really "blue" and the orange cat with the pink background is hard to see. But the pictures are so cute, and Ivan adores it. He even gets it, the 2 I thought would be difficult he nailed the first try.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Little Miss Bronte Jane Eyre has this baby-goth thing going on. I fell in love! I have got to give Bronte another chance. I have lumped her in with Jane Austen...perhaps that isn't fair. Jane Eyre is a counting primer. It has the number and then the item being counted. On the other side is a gorgeous picture. "1 GOVERNESS" AND "6 CHALKBOARDS" up to 10. The chalkboards have some lessons written on them. At 10 there are books numbered 1 through 10, Gulliver's Travels is the only title...I wonder if that classic was mentioned within Jane Eyre. I'd have to look up when each was written.
So, get these for your baby? They won't teach your kids to love the great classics, but they will be educational and eye catching just the same. Your little ones will enjoy them. Just ask Ivan, who is pulling me away from the computer as I type begging me to read them again, which I am now going to do!
Posted April 6, 2012
How cute are these books? Seriously! Baby Lit Books take these well known classics and turn them into something that every baby would love. The pictures are bursting with character and color. They teach counting and colors. Reading this book to your child will give them their first introduction to classic literature but in a very fun way. The Baby Lit series includes: Alice in Wonderland, Jane Eyre, Romeo and Juliet, and Pride and Prejudice. I only wish that this series was available when my kids were babies. These books are adorable.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.