The possibilities are endless when it comes to birthday party themes for your little one. From princesses to pirates, you can go in any direction! Now we may be a little biased, but we think children’s book themed parties take the cake. You get to show off your craftiness (or at least practice it) and encourage reading in your child and their friends. Here are some of our favorites!
What better way to encourage good vibes than with a Pete the Cat party! Don’t worry, if the cake doesn’t turn out Pinterest perfect, just take a lesson from Pete!
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When it comes to Pinkalicious, there’s no such thing as too much pink! This is the perfect book-themed party for your pink-loving little girl. (Whew! We made it through without making a Pretty in Pink reference… whoops!)
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There’s something extra special about a book that you grew up loving and can share with your little one. Why not throw a party with everyone’s favorite, Goodnight Moon. Your kid will have so much fun they’re bound to sleep like a baby after the party.
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Source: Go green by throwing an upcycled Berenstain Bears birthday by using “loved” books to use for crafts, decorations and even gifts for the guests. Not only will you get cute decorations from them, but you’ll feel good about it, too. ;)
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If it’s a soiree (that’s fancy for party!) your little one craves, look no further than Fancy Nancy. The pages of her books are overflowing with tips on how to be fancy. One thing is for sure, there should be no shortage of boas and dancing!
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A rumpus may be the best way to celebrate your wild thing’s birthday. Don’t forget to crown the King or Queen of the Wild Things!
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Crafts are a fun way to enhance your child’s reading experience. Plus, it provides some great quality time. What’s even better is several of the crafts you can make with items from around the house.
We found some of our favorite book-related crafts you and your little one can do together. From Fancy Nancy to The Graveyard Book, we’ve got your kids crafts covered!