Three New Books from BabyLit! Anna Karenina, Sherlock Holmes & More!


Three new fall books from BabyLit have arrived! Sherlock Holmes,Jabberwocky, and Anna Karenina are available at Barnes and Noble, and they join the other nine classics available for your child (and you). BabyLit features a series of board books for brilliant babies. The pages are simple to understand, depicted through beautiful drawings that also make perfect art prints for your walls. My son loves to study each page, pointing out the different details that help him learn to count along the way from his counting primer books. Anna Karenina is a fashion primer, adapted from the timeless novel from Leo Tolstoy.


Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles is a sounds primer which is sure to be a fun spin off this mystery tale.


Jabberwocky is a nonsense primer from Lewis Carroll’s whimsical poem.


Browse the BabyLit shop for your favorite classic-turned-board book. Their additions of featuring prints, buttons, totes, and stuffed character dolls make this a one-stop shop for finding yourself, friends, or family the perfect gift!


Brandi has recently traded the busy working, pumping, commuting-mom life in the D.C. suburbs for a slower pace of life as a stay-at-home mom and wife in Jacksonville, Florida. She is knee-deep in diaper bags and baby gear as the founder of her website Little Brim Baby, a contributor for BuyModernBaby.com, and as a brand ambassador for Boba. A map-lover by degree and profession, you can often find Brandi road-tripping her new surroundings, exploring with her toddler son, and picking up her husband from the swamp after paddling trips in his beloved canoe. Brandi is a baby gear enthusiast and loves sharing her favorite products, reviews, tips, and fellow moms’ advice with her readers.


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