On Our Library Shelves

We are huge readers in our house. It's just one of those things that we spend significant amounts of time doing together. As a result, I spend a lot of time searching for quality books to fill our shelves. Since it's impossible for us to purchase every great book out there, we are frequent visitors of our local library. 


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And, since I love looking at other people's Montessori-friendly book shelves, I thought I would share what library books we are reading this month! 



These have all been great choices! As you can see, I try to pick a combination of {non-fantasy} fiction and non-fiction choices. I look for books that are content rich and have interesting stories. But, I'm also looking for books that are beautiful. If I can find that winning combination, I know my kids won't be able to put the books down! 


This time, Henry's favorite was Can You Say Peace? He loved the illustrations, and hearing all the different languages. Nora's favorite was {surprisingly enough because I got it specifically for Hen} Bones. She loved all the flaps in the book especially the large skeleton. My personal favorite was You Belong Here. It's a sweet poem that honestly brought tears to my eyes. 


Have you enjoyed any of these books? Do you have any Montessori friendly book suggestions? I would love to hear them! 

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