{Alice in Wonderland: Jennifer Adams}Alice in Wonderland by Jennifer Adams
Series: BabyLit
Published by Gibbs Smith on March 1, 2012
Genres: Childrens, Classics
Pages: 22
Format: Hardcover
Source: Store Bought
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{Synopsis} – Follow the white rabbit down the hole and drink from the purple bottle to meet an orange cat, a blue caterpillar, a mad hatter with a brown hat, and the queen of red hearts in Alice in Wonderland: A BabyLit® Colors Primer. Kids will love Alison Oliver’s colorful and cheeky illustrations bringing life to Little Master Carroll’s beloved children’s classic.

{My thoughts} – Alice in Wonderland by Jennifer Adams is the second book in this series that my girls and I have read together.

The cover of the book is eye catching and appealing. It has a big illustration of the Cheshire Cat on the cover. The colors are bright but easy on the eyes.

This book is made in a much more simpler way when it comes to helping to teach colors. When you open the book the page on the left is patterned and has the color and word that relates to the subject matter on the right page. The page on the right also only has one object/character and then is on a plain colored background.

I really enjoyed reading through this book with my one year-old. She was interested in mostly turning the pages. She also listened when I was pointing to the objects and telling her what they were in relation to the colors being shown.

The illustrations are really nice and simple. They help to show your child colors and relation to objects. I think it was illustrated nicely in relation to the Alice in Wonderland theme. I also found it to be a nice introduction for babies and toddlers into the Alice and Wonderland world.

I Think this book will make a wonderful addition to any young child’s library.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.