Million Year Picnic










On a blustery April weekend we headed to The Million Year Picnic, a comic book store, in Harvard Square. My husband grew up frequenting the store, so he was excited to share the experience with our kids. My son was especially excited, since he feels like he has exhausted the graphic novel section at the local library.











Our kids happily searched the shelves. Eli chose Moomin: the Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip and Clio chose Walt Disney’s The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck. Both books would keep them engrossed for a while. A friend, Tony, owns the store. He’s a wealth of info about comics and graphic novels for both kids and adults.






































After The Million Year Picnic we headed to Pinocchio’s, another Harvard Square institution, for slices of pizza. We had books to read and pizza to eat. What more could we want?



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