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Text © 2011 Jennifer Adams
Illustrations © 2011 Alison Oliver
BabyLit™ is a registered trademark of Gibbs Smith, Publisher
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Designed by Alison Oliver
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Manufactured in Heshan, China in May 2011
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I agree with other reviewers. The author doesn't seem to be very familiar with the script (Tybalt and Mercutio are decidedly NOT friends, R&J share one love not two, and Two... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Shakespeare Fan
My 2 year old loves the colors in this book. The "story" is ok, some of the items counted don't make sense and/or aren't exactly how the play goes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by amill34
Lovely way to introduce Lit to babies. Fun to read and they'll kinda recognize the stories when they get older. I say kinda because there really isn't any story to it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Xenia
Cute book that makes a great baby shower gift. There isn't a story which can get boring for older kids but it's a super simple book that teaches counting with pictures.Published 5 months ago by Sara D
I ordered several of the BabyLit books thinking they'd be a nice simplified version of the classics. WRONG!! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Selah S.
Not exactly what I was expecting. It's nice pics but wish there was more wordsPublished 8 months ago by Emily Grace
What a sweet idea! Introducing little ones to famous works in fun, easy to handle board books. And, of course, no one dies in the end in this version!Published 9 months ago by Linda A. Lemond
Amazing illustrations, and creative way of including aspects from 'Romeo & Juliet' into tangible baby education. This is *not* a baby-abbreviated version of the original story. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Micalla L. Davis