**A huge thanks to Family Christian for sponsoring today's post. My love of princesses and reading are all my own.
We all know about the importance of encouraging our little ones to read over the summer to discourage summer drain...but actually getting them to do it? Well, that can present a bit of a struggle! Last month, I shared some tips for encouraging kids to read, but perhaps the most useful tip was finding a topic that interests your child. For my son, this made a world of difference. We filled his bookshelf with books about trains, and suddenly he went from hating books to loving them. What a change! When you find that topic that sparks an interest, your child will love reading more and more!
For me, that topic was princesses. The Little Princess was perhaps one of my favorites as a child, and it is obviously a love that has grown with me as well. And one that I have passed along to my daughter. Already, at not quite two years old, I see her being drawn into all things princess. It seems big girls and little girls alike cannot help but enjoy the tales of a land far, far away.
So today, I'm sharing some great reading choices for princess fans of all ages. From the littlest princesses to those of us who have never outgrown that love. Check out these fun selections that are sure to transport to a world once upon a time.
Read To Me (Toddlers-Preschool)
Sweetpea Beauty and the Princess Party // Gigi God's Little Princess // Bible Stories for His Beautiful Princess //
My Princesses Learn To Share // Always Daddy's Princess // My Princesses Learn to be Brave
The Princess Twins and the Tea Party // Princess Grace and Poppy // The Princess Twins and the Puppy //
Princess Petunia and the Good Knight // Princess Petunia's Sweet Apple Pie // Pinkalicious // The Princess Twins Play in the Garden
Tweens & Teens
How To Be a Bible Princess // Promises for God's Princesses // The Official Princess Handbook //
The Princess Within for Teens // His Princess: Girl Talk with God // Little Pink Book // Always Sisters
& Grown Ups Too
Princess Ever After // The Princess Within // Raising A Modern-Day Princess // Raising A Princess //
The Creole Princess // Ever After: Life Lessons in My Castle of Chaos // Once Upon A Prince
The great news is that all of these selections are faith based. They will teach your girls how to be a true princess, the daughter of the King. This also means that they are perfect for Family Christian's Summer Reading Program- where your children can earn a rewards for their summer faith-based reading. You can find out all the details here.
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Do you have a little princess in your home? What other topics inspire YOUR little one to read?