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Gibbs Smith helps introduce children to the world of reading. They offer items based on a few classic books. I chose an Alice in Wonderland Playset to review.

Alice In Wonderland PlaysetProduct Description:

BabyLit® Alice in Wonderland Colors Primer Board Book and Playset 

Introduce your little lit-o-phile into the world of drama by setting the stage with these classic story lines. Includes sturdy box for storage and play.

With 7 paperboard punch-out cards featuring characters and scenes from Alice in Wonderland: A BabyLit® Colors Primer and a box to use as a stage set, you can turn Lewis Carroll’s classic into hours of fun! 

Create your own Cheshire Cat, have tea with the Mad Hatter, or set up wonderland and have Alice pop up the rabbit hole. It’s the perfect gift for literature lovers!

BabyLit® artwork © Alison Oliver

My Review:

If you've spent any amount of time on my blog you know I love to read. I've struggled to get my daughter interested in reading but it's just not her cup of tea. I was excited to review this item for my niece though who is only 6 months old. We can read her the hard board book. She can play with the stuffed mad hatter. There are also hard board character pieces from the book. As she gets older she can use her imagination and make up her own stories with the beloved characters from Alice in Wonderland.

I love that this is a item that she can grow into using. I love toys that lets a child's imagination flow. There are so many different ways to use this item with her. 

The playset is only $19.99. It comes with a case that looks like a book with back hinges. You can easily store your book, and playing pieces on your bookshelf. This is a great way to keep it nice for many years to come. This is also a great family keepsake.

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