My Little Geek ABC Book Teaches Toddlers to Talk Geeky

 - Nov 3, 2011
References: mylittlegeek & laughingsquid
Instead of teaching the 2-year-old in your life that A is for ants and B is for Bears, expand his or her vocabulary with the My Little Geek ABC Book.

New Zealand-based couple Andrew and Sarah Spear wrote the My Little Geek ABC Book to allow infants to explore their nerdier sides. So instead of displaying the usual array of animals and friendly inanimate objects that start with certain letters, this book will teach the little ones words with science-related themes. In this case, ‘C’ would stand for caffeine, or ‘M’ would stand for Mage. It’s quite an interesting idea and besides, every kid should know that ‘Z’ can stand for zombies instead of zebras.

In addition to the book, the duo also released a complementary matching game for the iPad available at the App store.