"Our young toddler enjoys pointing to the named body parts, although it may be a little simple for our child. Our child does enjoy the primer, so I gave it 5 stars." Anonymous said.
"I was disappointed with all of the baby lit books. I was hoping for a baby version of the classic plots, but they're essentially just random words related to the books. Not a book I could ready twenty times in a day, which I suppose is okay because my toddler would never WANT me to read it twenty times in a day. Very telling." David Shurick said.
"Adorable book. Basic body parts perfect for a learning baby.
My 19 mo old son loves it and can point out pants in the book and on himself." jessy said.
"Cute book but disappointed in this series, thought there would be some story line related to the classics they are named after. Instead just the drawings represent the characters, good quality though and art is great" emankcin said.
"The only reason I kept this story is because my son liked the pictures. I expected something that followed the classic Frankenstein novel a little more, but was simplified for a younger audience. This is NO WHERE close. It basically has a picture and states the body part associated with each image. This fell super short of my expectations." Ashley.Ink said.
"Frankenstein is one of my favorite books and it's fun to share it with them in board book form." Marie Czupinski said.
"Our 1.5-year-old daughter LOVES all of the BabyLit books. They are high quality and feature beautiful art. There isn't much of a story, but that works for us because it makes it fun to read to our daughter! We make up a story and make it longer or shorter depending on how much time we have. These books are a great size to hold and read to a young child, or for her to hold herself. I want to collect them all!" Reviews by M said.
"The quilty of this book is worth every penny. The illustrations are cute and colorful. My 6 months enjoys when I really this book to her cause its easier for her to flip the pages. I can stand the book up so its a great incentive for tummy time." Tatyana Josiah said.