!!> KINDLE ❧ Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ❄ Author Jennifer Adams – Writerscompany.co.uk
I really enjoy baby lit books Love introducing these classics to my little girl She s three months old and loved looking at the pictures of this one with me Cute and colorful but not very cohesive. The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn A BabyLit Camping Primer Take A Trip Downriver In Huckleberry Finn A BabyLit Camping Primer Alison Oliver S Crisp Illustrations Help Little Ones Learn Camping Vocabulary Such As Raft, River, And Fishing Line While Jennifer Adam S Carefully Curated Quotations From The Original Text Will Have Parents Reading With The Soft, Twangy Accent Of Mark Twain When you call a book a camping primer this is not what I would think it would include Outdoors, yes Camping, no Still another adorable edition to the BabyLit series and a book for every adventure seeking child out there. Huckleberry Finn is a mischievous boy who goes with escaped slave Jim down the Mississippi River seeking freedom Along the way they learn plenty of camping vocabulary.This is a fun entry in the BabyLit series It doesn t do much by way of telling the original story, but it features a lot of text from Mark Twain, and also a pretty detailed map in the front of Huck and Jim s journey down the river Some of the art style and colors especially stand out in this one. Garbage art More for the parents than babies. Cute board book featuring snippets of Twain and illustrations of kids and rafts and associated stuff on the Mississippi Jim is about the same age as Huck in the illustrations, and there is no dramajust fun on the river I m not sure how I feel about this kind of spin off, I think I ll have to check out some of the other BabyLit books. My least favorite, for sure Not as visually appealing, or as cute, as the others. I was looking forward to seeing this one and I wasn t disappointed My little Huck Finn, Alistair, liked it too Fun pictures and lines from the book. I first heard about this series from another booktuber and was able to get this one from my library It is a fun idea for a children s book series and I wish they had been around when my kids were small It s been several decades since I ve read Huck Finn and now I d kind of like to reread it.