Back when Samantha was first born I started a little mini tradition. I have all her books displayed on her shelf and anytime there is a change in the season I set up books that either talked about or just make me think of whatever season it currently is. You can see past book nook displays HERE and HERE. We are reading more than just these three books (more like 30 books a day… she’s kind of a book worm), but these three seem appropriate for Summer reading inspiration. Here we have If You Give a Moose a Muffin which makes me think of summer because of the muffins being baked and the blackberry jam. The second book is Planting a Rainbow which kind of goes through all the seasons, but in the Summer is when they pick all the pretty flowers. Last, but not least we have the forever loved The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The vibrant colors and all the fruit the little caterpillar eats through make me think of all the Summer fruits that are in season. So there you have it. =)

9 Responses to Summer Reading for the Kids…

  1. Anita says:

    Aww I love this! What a great memory you’ve made for your daughter!

  2. Such a wonderful idea! We also love “If you Give a Cat a Cupcake” :)

  3. how perfect! i used to read the first and last one all the time growing up!!! adore!
    xo TJ

  4. Harley says:

    those are some of my favorites!

  5. Benlovesting says:

    These are so cute! xx

  6. My girls are obsessed with the “If you Give a Moose a Muffin” and the other books in the series. I’ve read it to them every night this week. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is my personal fave and I wish I could afford the Potter Barn Kids Bedding. Its adorable.

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