B Is for Boo: A Halloween Alphabet (Babylit) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-29 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 16 user ratings

" Obsessed with these vintage-style Halloween illustrations. I want them blown up and wallpapered all over my apartment! Super cute alphabet book for Halloween lovers. " said.

" Such a delightful little book! The illustrations were so adorable, the words picked were a lot of fun. Highly recommended. Ages 1 to 4, but really for anyone. " said.

" BabyLit hits it out of the park again! The retro illustrations ares so fun and reminiscent of a less scary holiday. " said.

" As if I did not already love BabyLit forever and ever, this book is now Lu's most prized possession. I adore the illustrations & being that we've done a solid job raising our daughter to be halloween enthused 365 days of the year, this is clearly the only ABC book we'll ever use again. " said.

" Love, love, love the vintage illustrations! Such detail in each of the pages. Reminds me of retro Little Golden Books. My little one loves anything Halloween so this was the perfect treat for her. She loves reading this over and over again. " said.

" Halloween is never over when it comes to me and my house. It’s that way year round. This is a great book for kids to learn their letters and to see interesting sights to match. It’s extremely eye appealing and grabbing. And look at that cover!! Love it! It’s quite spooktacular!! My rating is mostly for the illustrious illustrations!! " said.

" I really, really liked this one! I own two other books in the series, and this one is by far the most "logical" in it's choice of words for children. I felt like some in the other one's were a bit farfetched and not really on-theme, but the words in this one were really well thought out! Though, to be honest, I buy these books mainly for the art that accompanies the books, as they are so beautiful! ;) " said.

"My girls are 2 and 6. The wonderful illustration of this book is captivating to the younger while some of the words representative of the alphabet were unfamiliar and challenging enough that the elder had to sound them out, which was great. They also turned this very short book into an incredibly long read, as I found myself having to correlate the story of the Headless Horseman with Ichabod Crane and explain how the Raven was related to our vacation in Charlottesville, Virginia.
I loved this book and have taken steps to procure others from the series for my magnificent little readers.
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