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24 Montessori Friendly Books for Summer

It's hard to believe it but summer is right around the corner! But somehow it is. Henry only has about a month left of school, and we are busy trying to schedule some fun things to do and explore for the summer. All this summer planning, has me in the mood for sunny, warm, lazy days. Here are 24 Montessori friendly books for summer to get you in the summer-time mood too!

24 Montessori friendly books for summer. These great books can help children prepare for and enjoy summer!

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This list has a little something for everyone! The books with the * are perfect for older children (5+ range) while the books with the + are lovely beginner books for toddlers. Then, there is everything in between! 

24 Montessori friendly books for summer. These great books can help children prepare for and enjoy summer!


What are you looking forward to this summer? Do you have any books you are reading to help you prepare? 

24 Montessori friendly books for summer. These great books can help children prepare for and enjoy summer!

12 Months of Montessori

This post is brought to you as part of the 12 Months of Montessori series. This month's theme is summer. Don't miss these other great Montessori and Montessori inspired summer themed posts!


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Unknown said…
What a great set of ideas! We love some of the suggested books and will have to read the rest this summer!
These books look lovely! I want to check out "The Longest Day" and "Fireflies."

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