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We found 6 Reddit comments about HTML for Babies: Volume 1 of Web Design for Babies. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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HTML for Babies: Volume 1 of Web Design for Babies
It’s never too early to be standards compliant!First in a three-volume set titled "Web Design for Babies".Show your little ones HTML markup code along with letter forms.Get started on the visual patterns and symbols that make up the essential building blocks of the Web.
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6 Reddit comments about HTML for Babies: Volume 1 of Web Design for Babies:

u/ilar769 · 7 pointsr/IAmA

JEAN: I recently found the following two books that seem to be good for babies. ;)

More seriously, giving her opportunities to study math and science seem to be the best way to go. Make sure she's exposed to role models. Help her grow a thick skin against people who doubt her. My mom also always told me that she was raising me to be independent and support myself. That was good for me.

u/bfinleyui · 5 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

This thread title reminds me of this book that was originally on baby registry, until I came across this review, and removed it from the list:

> My husband and I are both web designers, so we were ordered this book as a Christmas gift for our daughter. Sadly we then discovered that some pages contain code that is not valid - tags being closed without opening, opening without later being closed, etc. After mentioning this to the author on their Facebook Page, they confirmed that was not a mistake, and that due to layout issues they were not always able to fit all the proper tags onto a page/spread. For a book that is supposed to introduce babies/children to the basics of HTML, we find that very disappointing, and therefore decided to return the book. Others may think this harsh, but would you want to introduce your child to a foreign language or math or geometry, or any other subject for that matter, using a book that has errors/omissions on the most basic level?

>We commend the author for their idea, but there must be some way to fit valid code into the layout!

u/kaijudrifting · 4 pointsr/BabyBumps

LO's daddy is a developer, so I'm pretty sure she needs this series:

And this one since I'm an artist:

Also I just think the BabyLit books are adorable.

(hopefully the links work, I'm on mobile.)

u/LandBlubber · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

this looks cute!

u/Shadonovitch · 1 pointr/france

En tout cas pour les très jeunes y'a toujours

u/MackieMouse · 1 pointr/CautiousBB

I agree with mostly not focusing on the kid, although if you want to do something fun/goofy and geeky in with a gift I'd suggest either of these: