This quiet book is not for the faint of heart. If your kids are tough as nails, or you want them to not be wusses, then the Doctor Who quiet book just might be the best way to go about it.
I am reminded of the Star Trek quiet book I wrote about last year. Apparently, Bantam BB,1 the creator of the Doctor Who quiet book, was inspired by the same. The lucky recipient of the Doctor Who quiet book is BB’s two-year-old son, who was given the treat during a two-day road trip. I don’t know who appreciated it more – the creator or the kid. I do know one thing: I would love to have one of these!
The Doctor Who quiet book was lovingly hand-stitched over the course of a few months, and it would be a shame not to look at the details.
Teaching your toddler to say “Hi” and “Bye”? There’s no better way than this.
And if you’re into fashion, and it is imperative that you pass on this passion to your kids, then you will love the activity below.
Daleks may not be the easiest creatures to accessorize, but you might be surprised at the difference the right bow tie can make. Ask The Doctor.
I am still catching up on the episodes, so Rory the Roman is very fresh in my memory. I guess that is why this page really caught my attention.
What takes home the cake is this, though. The freakiest creatures I have ever encountered in a TV show: the Weeping Angels.
I told you the Doctor Who quiet book is not for wusses, right? If you have concerns about the appropriateness of this image for your kid, throw them out of the window. You have to start them young! ;)
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