Guest Picks: Seeing Stars
Stargazing with my kids is on our list of things to do this year. This book looks like a perfect introduction for them.
I'm always excited to read another H.A. Rey book, especially one as lovely looking as this one.
This looks like another great addition to our home library. I find that we come back to reference books like these over and over again.
A book of poems and paintings is a welcome addition to any unit of study, especially science.
Oliver Jeffers is an amazing author and illustrator. If you are unfamiliar with his work, this is a great place to start. It's one of my very favorites.
I love finding inspiration for activities in books like these. I know this would keep us busy for quite a while.
My kids are not quite ready for coloring books like this, but I hope that in a few years we can all sit down together and work on these geometric designs. I loved coloring designs like this when I was a kid.
I have not yet read this book by Peter H. Reynolds, but I am a big fan of his other works. It looks perfect for us.
The gorgeous artwork is what caught my eye in this book. Animal constellations are fascinating for kids, and I find that National Geographic never disappoints.
This star garland would add a whimsical touch to the kids' room or even the playroom.
I love this print, especially as a Valentine's Day gift.
This representation of the constellations of the northern hemisphere is pretty fantastic.
This piece would look wonderful in any room in my house.
These would be fun to hang as a mobile.
This would be handsome framed and hung in a library or study.
Peter Pan is one of my daughter's favorite books. She'd get such a kick out of seeing this pillow on her bed.
Mobiles are usually just for babies, but I'd hang this one over my bed. I love the falling stars effect.
This tiny sculpture would be beautiful on a bookshelf right next to our star books.
I love the delicate look of this star print wallpaper. I'd hang it in any of our bedrooms.
A vintage marquee light would add a pop of fun to the family room. I love the aged finish and big lightbulbs on this one.Next: Indoor Stars Light Winter Nights