Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer



☁ Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer PDF / Epub ✎ Author Jennifer Adams – E17streets4all.co.uk A BabyLit Anatomy PrimerBabyLit is a fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature With clever, simple text by Jennifer Adams, paired with stylish design and illustratio A BabyLit Anatomy PrimerBabyLit is a BabyLit® Anatomy eBook ✓ fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature Frankenstein: A PDF/EPUB or With clever, simple text by Jennifer Adams, paired with stylish design and illustrations by Sugar s Alison Oliver, these A BabyLit® Anatomy PDF/EPUB ç books are a must for every savvy parent s nursery library.Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer

Librarian Note There isthan one author BabyLit® Anatomy eBook ✓ in the Goodreads database with this nameJennifer Adams is the author ofthan Frankenstein: A PDF/EPUB or forty books Her bestselling BabyLit board books published by Gibbs Smith introduce small children to the world of classic A BabyLit® Anatomy PDF/EPUB ç literature and have sold million copies Her new series of board books My Little Cities published by Chronicle Books includes London and New York, with Paris and San Francisco coming in Fall Jennifer s picture books for children, Edgar Gets Ready for Bed, Edgar and the Tattle Tale Heart and Edgar and the Tree House of Usher are inspired by Edgar Allan Poe s poem The Raven She also has two new picture books forthcoming from HarperCollinsHer titles also include books for adults, including Y is for Yorick, a slightly irreverent look at Shakespeare, and Remarkably Jane, notable quotations on Jane AustenJennifer graduated from the University of Washington She has years experience as a book editor, including at Gibbs Smith and Quirk Books She currently works as a consulting editor for Sounds True, developing their children s line Jennifer works some evenings at her local independent bookstore, The King s English, to feed her book habit She lives in Salt Lake City with her husband, Bill Dunford, who is also a writer bio from author s website.

Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer MOBI ¿
  • Board Book
  • 22 pages
  • Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer
  • Jennifer Adams
  • 26 September 2018
  • 1423637410

10 thoughts on “Frankenstein: A BabyLit® Anatomy Primer

  1. says:

    Honestly, why someone didn t think of this before is beyond me.That s right it s a book that teaches kids the names of body parts Using Frankenstein to demonstrate With quotes from Mary Shelley s FRANKENSTEIN Is it morbid Maybe a little Is it gross Not at all.Does my three year old love it Yes, yes he does He loves this book He has loved all the Babylit book, but this one was a particular favorite for MONTHS after he got it We had to take it to church each Sunday and he would go throu Honestly, why someone didn t think of this before is beyond me.That s right it s a book that teaches kids the names of body parts Using Frankenstein to demonstrate With quotes from Mary Shelley s FRANKENSTEIN Is it morbid Maybe a little Is it gross Not at all.Does my three year old love it Yes, yes he does He loves this book He has loved all the Babylit book, but this one was a particular favorite for MONTHS after he got it We had to take it to church each Sunday and he would go through it and name the parts over and over again We got some strange looks I couldn t care less The book is great

  2. says:

    Book 71 for 2018Humor Challenge 9The delightful Kiersten White read this to us at Old Firehouse Books this evening as we were waiting for time to start her event I really, really want to count this for the fairy tale retelling task on reading challenges.I ll update this review later I m mainly just writing it now because Goodreads can t shelve anything properly today and the app won t let me set a finished date.Update This little kiddie book was great for a few minutes of entertainment I Book 71 for 2018Humor Challenge 9The delightful Kiersten White read this to us at Old Firehouse Books this evening as we were waiting for time to start her event I really, really want to count this for the fairy tale retelling task on reading challenges.I ll update this review later I m mainly just writing it now because Goodreads can t shelve anything properly today and the app won t let me set a finished date.Update This little kiddie book was great for a few minutes of entertainment It s not for everybody, but I can personally think of several parents who would get a huge kick out of sharing it with their kiddos No, it s not a comprehensive catalog of body parts, but if that bothers you, you re totally missing the point The point is that it s bizarre and tosses around sometimes grotesque literary quotes and allusions with reckless abandon

  3. says:

    This book would have been much better for it s intended audience if it stuck to just being a basic primer of anatomy with the cute illustrations However, the direct quote from the book will be lost on the kids and might even confuse them Heck, even some of the parents might not get the references But I do like the pictures.

  4. says:

    I m getting kind of sick of the BabyLit series This one uses Frankenstein and his monster to teach anatomy However, the publishers didn t have enough pages to cover all the partsso, for example, we learn head and eyes but not nose Come on I also didn t like the colors used to illustrate the book.

  5. says:

    This is a really cute series Smart and imaginative The series took forever to catch on and still requires some major handselling and word of mouth It really is a gem among board books.

  6. says:

    Great for early body part recognition but I wish it incorporated a bitof the origin story Part of the appeal for this collection of books was the throwback to the classics and this one just seems to use Frankenstein as an object to learn body parts.

  7. says:

    this was one of Isaac s favorite bedtime reads during the month of October in case you can t tell, Isaac has a bit of an addictive personality, and when he has a favorite, he has a FAVORITE and we read it over and over and OVER again hahahaha.

  8. says:

    A little advanced for babies, but older toddlers and pre schoolers could enjoy

  9. says:

    This is a board book that introduces anatomy I love it

  10. says:

    So cute

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