What We're Reading -- June

Now that it is officially summer break here, we've been so busy. But, that hasn't stopped us from reading! It has influenced our choices a bit, since Henry (6-years-old) is home more I have a few more books just for him. Not only do I want to follow his interests, but I want to make sure we are getting books that challenge him to think about new things, and some that develop his reading skills.

What we're reading -- June. Montessori friendly books for children.

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Here's a look at what we've been reading this past month! 


* These two books I specifically got for and read only to Henry. When We Were Alone tells the story of residential schools. Its an important chapter in Canadian history that is often overlooked. And it was my favorite book we read this month. Still a Family addresses childhood homelessness. Both are topics that are a bit too deep for Nora, but were great conversation starters for children.

This month Nora's favorite was We love you, Rosie! which was a cute way to explore opposites. Henry's favorite was So Many Henry's which tells the story of a boy named Henry who discovers all the ways Henry is said around the world! 

Have you read any of these books? What have you been reading this month? 


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