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The Star Trek Quiet Book is a Silent Sci-Fi Story for Kids

By: Regan Canie - Published: Nov 7, 2011 • References: blogher and bitrebels
If you want to teach your young one the ways of the universe, including iconic intergalactic television and movie tales, the Star Trek Quiet Book is a necessary object for out-of-this-world learning.

The book, created by blogger and hip mother Julie Gillrie, is an interactive Trekkie tool for toddlers to help them get a handle on the Starship Enterprise Adventures. The pages are filled with zippers, buttons, ribbons and Velcro that will tempt any curious kid, piquing their interest using Captain Picard puppets. Your child will be introduced to the crew, be taught the Vulcan salute, and even help Geordie gain some sight through playful removable pieces.

The Star Trek Quiet Book is a cute, kid-friendly form of the sci-fi saga, and you can bet Scotty would beam this book up for his babies in a heartbeat.