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Wuthering Heights: A BabyLitWeather Primer #2020

Wuthering Heights A BabyLitWeather Primer BabyLit A series of board books for brilliant babies BabyLit is a fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature With clever simple text by Jennifer Adams paired with s

  • Title: Wuthering Heights: A BabyLitWeather Primer
  • Author: Jennifer Adams Alison Oliver
  • ISBN: 9781423631736
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Board Book
  • Wuthering Heights: A BabyLitWeather Primer By Jennifer Adams Alison Oliver, BabyLit A series of board books for brilliant babies.BabyLit is a fashionable way to introduce your toddler to the world of classic literature With clever, simple text by Jennifer Adams, paired with stylish design and illustrations by Sugar s Alison Oliver, these books are a must for every savvy parent s nursery library.

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      Published :2019-04-22T05:13:06+00:00

    1 thought on “Wuthering Heights: A BabyLitWeather Primer

    1. this book series is a cute idea each volume uses text extracted from a specific work of classic littrature that features concepts even a toddler could understand quotes about colors, numbers, etc, and the logic is that this is a fun and age appropriate way to instill a love of literature at a very early stage but let s be honest we both know that this exercise is for the parents than the kids ain t no one reading wuthering heights for its weather scenes, and this meteorological based reduction [...]

    2. Great colour scheme, great adaptation of the idea of pathetic fallacy in Wuthering Heights I think this is one of the best BabyLit books, because the concepts are understandable without having read Bronte.

    3. I haven t read Wuthering Heights, but I tried to suffer through a graphic novel version I prefer this much less drama.

    4. Wuthering Heights is the name of a house on the stormy English countryside, and things evidently happen there, but mostly having to do with the weather.My general non love of this story notwithstanding, I m sorry to say this weather primer version didn t really measure up to the rest of the BabyLit series for me I like how it features of the actual text from the book, and how it defines wuthering at the very beginning a word I didn t understand until far later in life than when I probably shoul [...]

    5. I suspect that adult lovers of classic books will be into this board book than the baby set Smart from a marketing angle But the book has a certain charm, and one supposes that the fact that baby is being read to is the main thing.Irksome to any proofreader or editor The very first sentence is missing an opening quotation mark Given that there are only 11 sentences in the entire book, all of them quotes from Emily Bront s beloved novel, this is not good Baby may not notice, but us grownups will [...]

    6. This is a children s board book that contains one word and one illustration, on every other page, throughout the entirety of the book I will admit that I visibly cringed when I saw that this was a children s adaptation of Wuthering Heights, however I did try to give it a fair chance I tried and failed, that is ONE I cannot understand why there is a children s adaptation of Wuthering Heights In my opinion, there should not be TWO One word and illustration on every other page does not a book make [...]

    7. Wuthering Heights is perhaps one of a handful of my favorite books so when I saw this I knew I wanted my granddaughter age 2 to start learning about the book.The toddler friendly version of Wuthering Heights is a weather primer I find this Babylit book to be very child friendly Yes, there are occasional words such as Fury and atmospheric tumult that they won t necessarily comprehend however I say words to my granddaughter all the time that she doesn t understand This is how we learn As far as we [...]

    8. The quotes are probably incomprehensible to young children, but the pictures and weather descriptive word go well together.

    9. Concepts of rain, sun and general weather are explained through charming depictions of Wuthering Heights.

    10. _Wuthering Heights A Weather Primer_ is a brief board book that borrows lines from Emily Bronte s classic novel in order to teach different weather concepts, including misty, windy and snowy which is my favorite page The illustrations are sweet, though did not seem to catch the interest of my little one I like how this adaptation does not attempt to retell the plot of Bronte s passionate and dark novel for an audience of very young readers instead, there is enough material to make adult readers [...]

    11. I kind of like the concept, and I ll probably check out other books in the series It uses lines from the original novel to illustrate different kinds of weather and does a nice job with that The illustrations were pretty, but made the book funny for the wrong reasons Each scene shows a happy goth couple I couldn t decide which of the miserable characters from the book they were meant to represent Heathcliff and Catherine but they were so incongruous with the original story that it made me laugh. [...]

    12. Welcome to Mr Heathcliff s home, Wuthering Heights It s a home with lots of weather Adams created a weather primer featuring Wuthering Heights by Bronte It s a small book with lots of details The illustrations feature the weather, but also the change of seasons The text is two fold one word to describe the weather and then a quote from the original text to give the weather word substance It s good to see original text with a book written for wee ones.Reviewed from a library copy.

    13. My least favorite book in this series, Wuthering Heights actually suffers due to the amount of reading involved The first page that tries to describe the word wuthering confused me then enlightened me Further text was difficult to read either due to typeface or the lack of contrast with the background The illustrations were not as varied and enjoyable as previous books as I kept on seeing the exterior of the house which I did not find appealing, regardless of the weather.

    14. This series is silly Funny silly or ridiculous silly you be the judge They take classic and put it at a baby level So Wintering Heights becomes a book about Weather Summer 1 Governess 2 trucks etc so it is really nothing to do with the actual storybut I guess if you want to expose your 3 month old to Jane Eyre Here you gojust don t expect them to use this book for their High School Book Report They don even mention Mr Rochesterblasphemy

    15. The biblophile in me wants to love these books, but I just can t I dislike that they are really for adults, and do not focus on what babies and toddlers would like to read There is something to be said for making a book that will make parents excited to read to their children, but that is a non issue with literature lovers I really was disappointed in this installment in particular because the weather idea was great, but the art didn t show enough change in my opinion.

    16. While I really enjoy the other BabyLit Primers I ve read to my little guy, this one kind of falls behind, mostly due to the fact that there is just too much to read for something that is supposed to be a simple primer I really enjoyed it and thought it was cute, but it just didn t have enough to capture and hold my 1 year old s attention Maybe in a few months

    17. Perhaps one of the sophisticated books in the BabyLit series, this title uses actual quotes from Wuthering Heights to demonstrate different weather conditions The illustrations are also complex than in some of the other tiles in the series.

    18. I love this idea for a weather primer This enchanting little book is all about the atmosphere around Mr Heathcliff s dwelling No plot or characters to speak of except those hinted at in the drawings , but instead a focus on weather conditions with quotes from the novel.

    19. I like to count the doggies on one page and I like to count the flowers on all the pages with flowers, AND, I JUST figured out there s a birds nest with a bird, or eggs, or empty That s really fun to look at.

    20. Fantastic, charming, intricate artwork Teaches adjectives for weather with what appears to be a pulled quotation from the book Follows a sort of seasonal pattern Great for nerdy parents guardians babysitters.

    21. Not my favorite in this series The first explanation of Wuthering is WAY above the intended audience and only leaves confusion The house isn t appealing, and to be honest neither were the pictures It s a nice try, but doesn t really work all that well.

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