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Text © 2011 Jennifer Adams
Illustrations © 2011 Alison Oliver
BabyLit™ is a registered trademark of Gibbs Smith, Publisher
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced by any means whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except brief portions quoted for purpose of review.
Designed by Alison Oliver
Printed and bound in Heshan, China by Leo Paper
Manufactured in Heshan, China in May 2011
by Leo Paper Products, Ltd.
Gibbs Smith books are printed on either recycled, 100% post-consumer waste, FSC-certified papers or on paper produced from sustainable PEFC-certified forest/controlled wood source. Learn more at www.pefc.org.
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I ordered several of the BabyLit books thinking they'd be a nice simplified version of the classics. WRONG!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Selah S.
Not exactly what I was expecting. It's nice pics but wish there was more wordsPublished 1 month 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 3 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 3 months ago by Micalla L. Davis
Coworker told me I "HAD TO BUY" for my new nephew. I did, and 1. the book looked used, despite it being 'new', 2. was NOT what I expected. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Xaviertigger
I saw this book in a store and came to Amazon to buy it. It is not as cute as I had thought it was in the store. Read morePublished 6 months ago by tellyouwhat
Clever, sound way to introduce little ones to images and words from a classic with a likelihood they may very well take root and encourage the older child to read the original.Published 6 months ago by Bonnie I. Davis
Yes, it did miss the mark a bit and even with my minimal memory of the book, I would have went with different representations of the numbers. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel Drange