Born Nerdy: 10 Awesomely Geeky Books
for Baby

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So, you think your baby's a nerd because she's got HTML for Babies? You ain't seen nothin' yet. From cascading style sheets to neutrinos, viral videos to Herman Melville's most beloved work, your kids can learn to be geeks before they even walk. Check out this roundup of nerdy baby books:

TOP ROW

1. Goodnight iPad, $12.06, Amazon. "Goodnight remotes/ and Netflix streams,/ Androids, apps,/ And glowing screens."
2. CSS for Babies, $8.09, Amazon. Less of a narrative and more visual, with CSS code in bright colors and a large font.
3.  My Little Geek ABC Book, $19.95, ThinkGeek. No, A is for "Android."
4. Pat Schrodinger's Kitty, $25.00, Nerdy Baby Art & Gifts. Structured after the original Pat the Bunny, this book asks your baby, "Now YOU discuss wave-particle duality."
5. Pantone: Colors, $9.99, Bookworm.com. Want your baby to know the difference between Basketball Orange and Goldfish Orange? This is the book for you.

BOTTOM ROW

6. Star Trek Book of Opposites, $7.96, Amazon. Your baby can learn "appear" and "disappear" when Kirk says, "Beam me up, Scotty." 
7. Moby Dick: A BabyLit Ocean Primer, $8.99, Amazon. Lots of whimsical illustrations, and of course, it begins with "Call me Ishmael."
8. Web Design for Babies 2.0: Geeked Out Lift-the-Flap Edition, $8.99, Amazon. A surprisingly serious attempt to teach little ones, in plain language, the concepts of HTML, Javascript, and CSS, among others.
9. Non-Euclidean Geometry for Babies, $9.12. Points, lines, circles, and lots of different colors.
10. Star Wars ABC, $12.00, Diapers.com. Oh, wait, actually A is for "Anakin."

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Beth is a writer, crafter, DIYer and design enthusiast, living in L.A. with her husband, 2 young boys, and a large mutt named Caesar. She loves fonts, yoga, matcha lattes, and home-grown tomatoes and is not shy about being a consummate nerd.

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