Can you take a Baby to Comic Con? This Baby Starfleet Captain says Yes!
So, can you take a baby to Comic Con?
We tried it a couple of years ago, and we weren't the only ones. The short answer is: it depends on the venue, but almost certainly yes you can.
The longer answer is: be prepared to have a different Comic Con than most people!
Some may be wondering, "Why would you take a baby to Comic Con anyway?"
Well, why not?
We like it there, our older kids love it, and we're not inconsiderate to those around us. And for a baby, Comic Con isn't that different from a day out anywhere else with a lot of people around. Plus there are great photo ops 🙂
All in all, it makes for a great family outing.
See? Comic Con is a great family outing! (Older Kids love this stuff. Babies don't know it's scary yet!)
This delightful book shows very young children what happens on a visit to the doctor.
Jenny and Jack are treated for a sore throat and a bruised arm, and Joey has an inoculation.
The charming illustrations are full of amusing details for adults and children to talk about, and slightly older children can read the simple text alone.
There is also a little yellow duck to find on each double page.
This is an Accelerated Reader title. Accelerated Reader (AR) is the world's most popular reading management software. Used in nearly 60,000 schools, Accelerated Reader provides teachers with an easy and effective way to monitor all forms of guided reading practice.
Here's a great collection of gross science books for little kids about the kind of bodily functions that young children are always so curious about: poop, farts, scabs and snotty noses - all those things they love so much!
For all those curious children (and their parents) in the Crash! Scrape! Bam! stage of exploration – All About Scabs is exactly what the title says, and this non-fiction classic may even help with the healing process!
Cute & informative
Young kids can benefit from this even though it uses (and explains) a few vocabulary terms not used until later--such as "fibrin" and "capillaries." It's cute, though.
Date: 4/14/2014 11:06 PM
Scientific and charming
This book is actually very scientific and I find the graphics charming. Not an easy task considering the subject matter.
Date: 8/8/2014 5:57 PM
The Tampa Tribune-Times
Some suggest that the perfect gift for 5-year-olds is a box of bandages, because they are preoccupied with bodies and their protection. This, then, is the best book to accompany that gift.
As with other books in this series of Japanese imports, the topic has plenty of kid appeal, and the very grossness of the presentation just adds to the allure.
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