Jane Eyre: A BabyLit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams

What My Kids Read: Jane Eyre A BabyLit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams

This board book was disappointing. I loved the idea of a board book based on one of my favorite classic, Jane Eyre. I mean, hello? I have a daughter named Brontë. We needed this book, right?

What My Kids Read: Jane Eyre: A BabyLit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams

I’m not disappointed because it is short (I love the Cozy Classics Pride and Prejudice board book, and it is very succinct!). Jane Eyre: A BabyLit Counting Primer counts to 10, and at least 4 of the illustrations really don’t have much to do with the actual story of Jane Eyre. I mean, it counts insects and trees on two of the pages. Sure, there are probably insects and trees mentioned in the story, but there were so many other things they could have counted (Adele’s dresses, or the fine ladies that visit) that are not scary, but still capture more of the story.

What My Kids Read: Jane Eyre A BabyLit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams

Even so, my girls enjoy looking at the pictures, and I don’t think it will turn them away from enjoying the real classic when they are older.

What My Kids Read: Jane Eyre A BabyLit Counting Primer by Jennifer Adams

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Comments

  1. So, what you’re saying is it was a bored book. 😉

  2. And, do I spy tomato plants in that photo?

    • Yep, those tomato plants have been growing up a storm, but the deer ate most of the fruit last weekend. So frustrating!

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