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    Dracula and Jabberwocky: BabyLit series by Jennifer Adams and illustrated by Alison Oliver

    So this series, the BabyLit series, is currently at 12 books and they explore the notion of using the classics as a primer for other things, counting or colouring for example. I received an email asking if I would like any for review and I was so intrigued I just had to say yes, and I am so glad I did because I want to give them a great shout out.  The first book I read through, (quickly may I add) was the Dracula book. This is a primer for counting and, unfortunately for the book, I know my 123s and didn’t have a baby/toddler around to test this on…

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    Something a little different: Dinosaur Board Books by Megan E Bryant

    A colourful collection of four brilliant board books for your little ones to help with their abcs, numbers, shapes and colours. This collection is a must have for any parent, especially one with children who love dinosaurs as much as I do!  This collection was sent to me from the publisher as it fits in well with my obsession with dinosaurs. I loved seeing the wonderful illustrations, by Luciana Navarro Powell, of all the many different types of dinosaurs and will definitely be recommending this to my colleagues and friends who have kids. Unfortunately I don’t have my own children yet but I can just see how much of a…