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  • Pineider Blue Car Messenger Changing Bag
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    It's a boy! This adorable messenger bag offers the space you need for carrying a changing pad (included) and your baby accessories while maintaining a charming sophistication. Made in Italy.
  • 6 Beauty Essentials For Girls on the Go
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    DETAILS: ARMY GREEN BUTTON UP (ON SALE - WEARING SIZE XS) || DISTRESSED DENIM (SIMILAR HERE) || FRINGE SUEDE HEELS (ON SALE - UNDER A $100) || HAIR SERUM || GOLD CHAIN WATCH || SUNGLASSES (JUST GO...
  • Loro Piana Baby Cashmere Hat
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    Grey Loro Piana cable knit baby cashmere hat with beige fox fur pom at top.
  • I Am His. Christian Wall Art. Nursery Wall Art. Children's Room Decor. Baby Girl Gift. Gift for Baptism. Gift for Her. Baby Shower Gift.
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    Please read entire description before purchase :) I AM the daughter of a king who is not moved by the world for my God is with me & goes
  • Pride & Prejudice: A Babylit Counting Primer (English And English Edition) [Board Book]
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    I have read all of Jane Austen works, many biographies, nonfiction, and oodles of sequels - but an Austen-inspired children's board book? Whoa! Curious? I was. Don't ya just love the creativity that our Jane inspires? When I first heard about Pride & Prejudice: Little Miss Austen (BabyLit) by Jennifer Adams, the same author who wrote the lovely Remarkably Jane: Notable Quotations on Jane Austen, I was quite intrigued. Would this be a retelling of one of my favorite classic novels for very young readers? How would it translate into a children's counting primer? And, how the heck would I review a children's book - total virgin territory for me. Once I had a copy of the book in hand, many of my concerns were immediately dispelled. It was indeed a board book, a small compact cardboard version of a book - easy for a child to hold, unrippable and chewable. (Yes. As a bookseller, I have seen many a toddler stick a board book in their mouth and gnaw on it like a teething ring.) At 22 pages, it was both compact and lightweight, but what will ultimately appeal to parent and child is the total Pride and Prejudice theme that author Jennifer Adams and illustrator Alison Oliver have embraced. From the bright and cheery front cover displaying an image of (one assumes) a wide eyed, and very young Miss Austen, to the 20 clever and striking illustrations inside, I was awed by the choice of characters, Regency clothing and objects used and the ease of the text. Charming, whimsical and historical accurate, Pride & Prejudice: Little Miss Austen, offers the very young reader an early introduction to Jane Austen - planting seeds for her total world take-over! (Laurel Ann Nattress Austenprose.com 20110803) Nothing Says, "Shut up kid!" like a Board Book by: Tina Buell I love vacationing with my son; it's the getting there that frazzles my nerves! Reminiscent of The Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha, traveling with small children requires nerves of steel! Long flights are especially hard. Managing mood swings and temper tantrums while remaining seated has even me asking the flight attendant, "Are we there yet?" To avoid toddler apocalypse while in transit, I pack classic novels as a distraction. On our last trip to Nevada my preschooler read both Pride & Prejudice and Romeo & Juliet. Is my son a gifted? If eating boogers and spontaneously screaming the theme song to Fan Boy and Chum Chum is a sign of genius, then yes, yes he is. What do board books and classic novels have in common? A new series of books from BabyLit! BabyLit board books from Gibbs Smith brings classic writers like Lewis Carroll, Charlotte Bronte, Jane Austen, and William Shakespeare to toddlers by creating oversized board books with bright colors and easy to understand words. Written by Jennifer Adams and illustrated by Alison Oliver, the BabyLit series brings literature alive for little ones. Some are counting primers, while others like Little Master Carroll: Alice In Wonderland simply share important words that sum up the story. Board books are a wonderful way to engage your child's interest while traveling; they keep small hands busy and give tiny mouths something to chew on. Nothing says, "Shut up kid!" like a board book. BabyLit board books are a must for every travel savvy parent's carry-on luggage and a surefire way to bring a smile to even the rudest flight attendant's face. Click here for more great books published by Gibbs Smith. A special thanks to Gibbs Smith for sending me a copy of Little Miss Austen: Pride & Prejudice and Little Master Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet to facilitate my review. I received no other compensation, and was not required to express any particular point of view. Tina Buell is Trekaroo's Northern California Destination Specialist, single mom, and mother to a constant ray of SONshine. (Tina Buell Trekaroo.com 20120424) When I stumbled across a new book series called "BabyLit" where youngsters are introduced to Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet) and our Jane (Pride and Prejudice) early I just about died with joy. It also helps that the cover is S

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