Con*Quest Journals Announces “Harry Potter” Little Keeper Baby Album

Magical stationery company Con*Quest Journals has revealed its latest Harry Potter creation, which is perfect for anyone with a little witch or wizard on the way.

With an adorable Quidditch-themed name and gray linen cover, the Harry Potter Little Keeper Baby Album is gender-neutral and contains family-neutral language. Over 60 Harry Potter-themed pages, including a Whomping Willow family tree, make it perfect for capturing childhood memories, from first steps to the first day at school. There is also a Hogwarts letter and envelope that can be saved and given to the baby on their 11th birthday.

 
An image of the front cover of the "Harry Potter" Little Keeper Baby Album, which is covered in grey linen with gold embellishments and a quill lying across it.
 

Cofounder of Con*Quest Journals Shelley Harper revealed that the inspiration behind the Little Keeper Baby Album was found close to home after a member of the team returned to work after time on maternity leave.

When our [c]reative [d]irector returned from maternity leave in 2019, the first thing she wanted to create was a baby album. We love creating new ways for fans to commemorate their most important life experiences, and we are thrilled to be able to create the [o]fficial Harry Potter [‘]Little Keeper[‘] Baby Album.

Also included with the baby album are sheets of Potter-themed stickers (including some tiny mandrakes!) that can be used to embellish entries and photos. There’s also plenty of space to record elements of the Muggle world, such as popular movies, songs, and the price of items like movie tickets and diapers, which will serve as a time capsule when looking back through the book in the years to come.

The Harry Potter Little Keeper Baby Album is currently available for preorder from Con*Quest Journals at a special price of $34.99 and will start shipping at the end of November when the price will return to $39.99. Check out images of the Harry Potter Little Keeper Baby Album below.

 

 

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Press Release

Con*Quest Journals Partners with Warner Bros. Consumer Products [f]or
Harry Potter™ Little Keeper Baby Album

Indianapolis, IN, November 1, 2020 – Con*Quest Journals, creator of journals and accessories to collect and protect fandom memories, is partnering with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to announce the creation of a spellbinding Harry Potter™ Baby Album, “Little Keeper.”

The gender- and family-neutral “Little Keeper” Baby Album is an 8-1/2” x 11” gray linen journal with a covered spiral spine for lay-flat ease of use. The album features over 60 Harry Potter[-]themed pages to capture the special magical memories from the baby shower through the first days of school. The family tree is of course the Whomping Willow and includes leaf stickers, with additional Wizarding World embellishments. A Hogwarts acceptance letter is included as well to be saved for that important 11th birthday.

“When our [c]reative [d]irector returned from maternity leave in 2019, the first thing she wanted to create was a baby album,” said Shelley Harper, co-Founder [sic] at Con*Quest Journals. “We love creating new ways for fans to commemorate their most important life experiences, and we are thrilled to be able to create the [o]fficial Harry Potter [']Little Keeper['] Baby Album.”
For more information on Con*Quest Journals and its Harry Potter product line, please visit conquestjournal.com.

 

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Lucy O'Shea

I was given a copy of Philosopher's Stone in 2001, and instantly, I was hooked. Since then, my passion for Potter has been equaled only by my passion for fair access to education (and watching motorsport). A spell I wish could exist in the Muggle world is the summoning charm because this Hufflepuff is not a "particularly good finder"!