UPDATE: I have recently purchased for my daughter their newest addition, Jane Eyre and I have to say I am pretty disappointed. While it is cool to say my baby is reading Jane Eyre, the choices that Adams made for counting are pretty weak (Seriously, she counts trees… Trees!); almost making me wonder if she bothered to reread Jane Eyre before writing it, as compared to simply watching it on TV. So my overall review of this series of books is if you (or one of your expecting friends) is the literary/reading type they are fun to buy, but don’t expect more than the illusion that your baby/toddler has a mini-classic library.
The Musings & Artful Blunders of Scott D. Southard
I have a new review up on GreenSpotBlue.com. It is a children’s book review of BabyLit Books by Jennifer Adams. If you are a reader (or know some readers) with young kids (or expecting some) I recommend you check out my review. Here is the beginning:
This doesn’t happen often to me…
When I found these books I immediately had to have them for my daughter for Christmas. Yes, my daughter was only 8-months old at the time so I was being a little too ridiculous in my excitement as I frantically visited book Web site after book Web site trying to find a local store that had copies on their shelves. The idea of these books inspired me to that great an extent that when I finally found copies and had them held it at the front desk, I breathed a sigh of relief.
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