I have the baby orangutan, and I wouldn't recommend it in your case. The H bridge is very weak, and you still need a breadboard (or something to solder it to). Just learn to solder. I know it's hard, esspecially if someone else doesn't show you how it's done. I know, because I couldn't solder right until I've been shown.
For a veroboard (stripboard, the one used for the $50 robot), put the board on a firm surface (i still have knee burns) like a 3d arm stand, put the solder's "tube' on one hole, gently touch it with the soldering iron, add a bit more solder, by pushing with the solder string, remove the solder, and then remove the iron.
Do the same for the immediate orthogonal hole (no diagonal). That means the nearest hole. Not two holes away, three doesn't even count. Wait for both to dry. They should look shiny. If not, touch them gently with the soldering iron's tip, until they melt.
Now, put the soldering iron tip between the two blobs of solder - they should both melt. Add a tiny drop of solder, by carefully adding and removing the "tip" of the solder string. That's how soldering on vero should be done. Or how I've been taught to do it. I can't do diagonals, though. With some practice (I've done it on a piece of vero 20x50 with a whole bunch of logic gates - 'cause they're cheap) you'll learn how to do it quickly.
Learn to solder, really, you'll need it for most real electronics.