BabyLit Books ALPHABET
 

BabyLit Books ALPHABET

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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?

Books 7 inches x 7 inches, most 20 pages or so

  ALPHABET PRIMER:


Classic Lit:The tiniest of scholars will enjoy learning their ABCs with a literary twist by reading Classic Lit A to Z: A BabyLit® Alphabet Primer. Each letter of the alphabet is presented to toddlers with engaging art and a famous character, place, or concept from a beloved classic work of literature. Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver introduce babies to letters in this board book with help from Austen, Tolstoy, Dickens, Shakespeare, and other literary greats.

ALPHABET HISTORY PRIMERS:

S is for Santa: A collection of twenty-six illustrations featuring colorful Christmas-themed concepts sure to evoke a sense of wonderment for toddlers and nostalgia for parents, including Christmas carolers, kids playing in the snow, toys piled high under the tree, sparkling decorations and lights, flying reindeer, the gift of giving, more toys, and of course jolly ol’ St. Nick and his elves.

Introduce babies to the ABCs while teaching them about two dynamic eras of social, artistic and cultural change. A fun collection of twenty six illustrations featuring educational concepts for your toddler from the explosive 1960's, the decade Baby Boomers came of age, including rock and roll, the space race, pop art and more.

Featuring a charming collection of twenty six illustrations from the era where jazz music blossomed. Art Deco become the vogue in design, sports figures and movie stars became icons, and women won the right to vote. 

From the creators of BabyLit®, open a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Teach brilliant babies about history and their ABCs with Greg Paprocki's R Is for Railway: An Industrial Revolution Alphabet. Twenty-six Industrial Revolution concepts paired with Greg Paprocki's adorable illustrations: From "F is for factory" to "P is for printing," teach your little one about the inventions and changes brought about in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Babies will love this board book's engaging art, and parents will enjoy its slice of history with this primer's Industrial Revolution theme. Greg Paprocki proves it's never too early to start looking back; collect all six of his alphabet history primers!

From the creators of BabyLit®, open a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Teach brilliant babies about history and their ABCs with Greg Paprocki's A Is for Atom: A Midcentury Alphabet. Twenty-six midcentury concepts paired with Greg Paprocki's adorable illustrations include "D is for drive-in," "R is for rock-n-roll," and "S is for satellite." Babies will love this board book's engaging art, and parents will enjoy its slice of history with this primer's midcentury theme. Collect all six of Greg Paprocki's alphabet history primers!

From the creators of BabyLit®, open a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Teach brilliant babies about history and their ABCs with Greg Paprocki's S Is for Sabertooth: A Stone Age Alphabet. Twenty-six Stone Age concepts paired with Greg Paprocki's adorable illustrations from cave painting in "A is for art" to riding across the ancient Serengeti in "Z is for zebra." Babies will love this board book's engaging art, and parents will enjoy its slice of history with this primer's Stone Age theme. Greg Paprocki proves it's never too early to start looking back; collect all six of his alphabet history primers!

From the creators of BabyLit®: V Is for Vittles: A Wild West Primer is part of a unique new series that opens a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Different eras of history—including the nineteenth-century American West, medieval Europe, and Victorian England—are brought to life by Greg Paprocki's fun and enticing illustrations in this new series of board books for brilliant babies.

From the creators of BabyLit®: M Is for Monocle: A Victorian Alphabet is part of a unique new series that opens a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Different eras of history—including the nineteenth-century American West, medieval Europe, and Victorian England—are brought to life by Greg Paprocki's fun and enticing illustrations in this new series of board books for brilliant babies.

From the creators of BabyLit®: C Is for Castle: A Medieval Alphabet is part of a unique new series that opens a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs. Different eras of history—including the nineteenth-century American West, medieval Europe, and Victorian England—are brought to life by Greg Paprocki's fun and enticing illustrations in this new series of board books for brilliant babies.




 Valentine’s Day is a time to reflect on the themes of love and friendship, and what better way to introduce toddlers to these concepts than with a new ABC volume from artist Greg Paprocki. The book’s 26 fully illustrated pages take aim just like Cupid’s arrow at lovebirds, sweethearts, BFFs, and secret admirers. Part of the BabyLit Alphabet Series.

 

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5 Stars
Gorgeous Artwork
Do you really need another alphabet book? The answer is YES! We received M is for Monocle for Christmas. These books are a really unique way to introduce different vocabulary words, and the pictures are incredibly detailed. The style of the illustrations are interesting for both parent and child to view, and you can engage your young reader by pointing out not only the key vocabulary word, but other elements of the pictures. M is for Monocle has become one of my daughter's new favorites. She loves pointing out the puppies and birds to us.
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