I would like to make a baby magazine that is the safest and least toxic for babies. Any suggestions?
I've posted a similar question
before, and a great solution was to create a cloth book, but now I am thinking about creating a magazine as cheaply as possible, but willing to spend more to ensure that it is the least toxic for the baby.
The reason for a magazine format is so that there is a new story regularly and babies and rip out and crinkle the pages (as they enjoy doing), and even if they put it in their mouths, it won't pose a toxicity problem (maybe a choking hazard though)
What I've come across so far:
Cloth books- Pros: Ink and cloth and binding come in different colors and the whole production can be tightly controlled and sourced very specificially
Cons: Very expensive and slow to produce
Magazine with recycled and chlorine free paper, using as much soy based inks as possible
Pros: Cheaper to produce than cloth, but still expensive relative to a normal magazine.
Cons: All the inks used won't be soy based- there will still be petroleum in some of the colors. Paper may still have chemicals inside.
Your thoughts? Thanks!