Book Review: Cozy Classics: Les Miserables

I absolutely love these Cozy Classics. Especially when they are books that I haven’t read yet.  The book is only 13 pages long and is made up of felt characters that are relevant to the classic story that is being re-told.  Les Mis I have seen on Broadway, but it ranks as my least favorite show I’ve seen ever.  This book was a lot quicker and more fun for me than the broadway show.

The book contains 12 key words from the story as well as a felt figure to go along with it.  As a crafter, I love seeing these because they are SO well done.  I wish I was this talented!  The actual books are board books so they are great for getting your little reader introduced to some classics at an early age.

I received a free e-copy of this book from the publisher in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Give a kid a classic! Cozy Classics is the popular board book series that presents well-loved stories to children aged 0+ through twelve child-friendly words and twelve needle-felted illustrations. Les Misérables is Victor Hugo’s sweeping French saga about one man’s search for redemption in a world of hardship and misery, and is one of the world’s most beloved classics. Now you can share this classic with children of any age.

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