I am eternally grateful that my son loves books. He’s not quite at two yet and he’ll sit down with a pile of books around. Because of this I’m always on the lookout for new books that I can give him that are going to be fun for his parent’s to read him and ones that will be educational for him. This weekend I found the charming BabyLit on the shelves at my local Target. There in the 0-2 section was Alice in Wonderland, Pride and Prejudice, and Dracula.
don’t think it’ll surprise anyone that I immediately checked out Dracula. A missed the line on the cover that said, “A
counting primer by Jennifer Adams,” so I wasn’t really sure how they were going
to make Dracula a kid’s book. Inside were
wonderfully illustrated pages counting things like wolves, rats, and
castles. The characters were all there
concept is wonderful. The books teach
things like numbers, colors, animals, and weather. The illustrations are charming. It’s almost like an inside joke for the
parent’s; they see elements from these classic books while still getting educate
and entertain their children. Check out
the BabyLit website for more about their lineup. It's worth looking at even if you don't have a little reader of your own, the site sells other items with the wonderful artwork form the books.