One of my favorite times of the day is when I can curl up with my sons to read books. We visit the library almost every week to get new reads, and it's always fun to see which books become the favorites. Still, there's definitely something to be said for buying books for your kids--because as fun as it is to read the favorite books to my son each day, it's always a little sad when we have to take them back.
With the holidays just around the corner, and Nan and Pop asking what to get Junior for Christmas, you probably want to shy away from loud and space-thieving toys, right? Your kid will always have plenty of toys that will come and go and be forgotten soon enough. I know without a doubt that some of my most cherished childhood memories are reading certain books with my mom. And yes, I do remember which books were (and are) my favorite! So here's the scoop: The Baby Cubby just got some brand-new Babylit books to excite your little ones and expand their imaginations. Our Babylit collection includes primers, storybooks, and coloring books.
Primers are shortened versions of real stories from literature. The simplistic writing and fun illustrations keep the attention of younger children while preparing them for the real reading of such stories as they get older.
Luckily, if your child has access to Babylit primers, they'll already have a great love and familiarity with the stories when they read the actual books someday.
Storybooks offer the next step up; perhaps for kids who are on their way to or beginning to read, and can deal with a little more complex story. As they move from primer to storybook, your children will enjoy the new depth to the story and its characters.
These storybooks have original text from the novels and are accompanied by beautifully imaginative illustrations, as always.
The perfect stocking stuffer comes in the form of a Babylit coloring books. These 'Drawing on the Classics' let your children add their own flair to the original stories featured in the primers and storybooks. Watch as your children add to, and illustrate, the beloved stories from their favorite books.