Infants around the globe can rejoice to hear that classic literature are now being scaled down to their level. To quote the source article:
Booksellers say that parents are flocking to these books, even if the idea that a 2-year-old could understand “Moby-Dick” seems absurd on the face of it. A toddler might not be expected to follow the plot, but she could learn about harpoons, ships and waves, with quotes alongside (“The waves rolled by like scrolls of silver”). - NYTimes
Who says a 2-year-old cannot understand Moby Dick? The presumption itself is absurd. Just the other day myself and my niece Milly were watching Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan and she turns to me and says, "Goo..." and I was all "Fuck yeah, Khan's quoting Melville. Kirk's his white whale, the juxtaposition of the madman turned upon himself, you little bastard." Then she crawled over and pulled a copy of Great Expectations off the shelf and knocked herself unconscious as it cracked her little skull.