I received these books for review, all opinions are my own.
I absolutely love Classic Books such as Emma, Sense & Sensibility, Christmas Carol and of course Huckleberry Finn! There are so many wonderful books that I would love to share with my girls when they get older. Well why wait! Baby Lit books are the perfect books to get my girls loving the classics like I do! From Parker who is 7 months old to Leah who is 7 years old they can all enjoy them!
What I absolutely love about Baby Lit Books is that each books teaches my girls about colors, shapes and more! I love that in Wizard of OZ the girls can learn about all things pink or all things yellow. Then in Sense & Sensibility they can learn about the different emotions the characters might be feeling.
“Observe the life and loves of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne, in Sense & Sensibility: A BabyLit® Opposites Primer. Learn the difference between big Norland Park and little Barton Cottage, happy Mr. Willoughby and sad Colonel Brandon, while hoping that one day Elinor and Marianne will leave their single days behind them and celebrate worthy marriages.” (Baby Lit Website)
Each book is unique, fun and really engaging! My girls absolutely loved the illustrations and so did I! These would be perfect to fill your Easter Basket, give as a Baby Shower Gift or just as a surprise!
From the time each of my girls were born I knew that I wanted them to love reading. I have read to them since the time they were born and we still do reading time every night. My girls love to share books with one another and now they can share in the classics!
“With the timeless popularity of classic writers like Lewis Carroll, Charlotte Bronte, Jane Austen, and William Shakespeare, BabyLit® is a fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature.
At BabyLit, we believe in the power of reading. Why? Because books take us places. Good places. And when we read with a child, we go places together. It’s more than just reading. It’s learning. It’s experiencing. It’s growing. If a million copies of our books encourage just one parent to read with their child, we will have succeeded. And printed a lot of books.
So while the world wonders why babies need classic literature, we will be reading.
Won’t you join us?” (Baby Lit Website)
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