This, in turn, leads to a natural progression in reading ability. Font type, size and layout are also important. Commercially available early readers are usually a minimum of 24 pages long. Educational experts are involved in devising the titles, and they are then tested with teachers and children. Also, check out titles from a range of different authors and publishers: finding an author, subject or writing style that appeals to your child could spark a lifelong interest in books. Over 4 million copies of the Orion Early Reader series have been sold.
Packed with illustrations, they're stepping stones from picture books to reading books for children to read independently and come in two stages: Blue to be read with an adult and Red a more advanced text for children to read alone when they're ready. Ladybird's Read it Yourself series is a levelled reading book series 70 books, 4 levels. As well as classic fairy tales and adapsted Beatrix potter stories you can choose from modern stories and favourite characters Charlie and Lola, Moshi Monsters for your child. An app and eBook versions are also available. Part of a multi-level reading programme, these sci-fi early readers from Dorling Kindersley are available for beginner, early, developing and fluent readers.
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Each box set contains 11 stories, 1 parent guide, and stickers. Julie M. She knows all about reading and what kids like. I really like the Bob Books and how they made reading accessible for my daughter. Plus, these easy reader books are short and sweet. Have you seen Bob Books? The illustrations are line drawings with only a few splashes of one color per picture. I wondered if the illustrations would be a turn-off for JJ but she liked them — and LOVED them on the iPad because reading the word correctly meant the pictures got colored in.
I appreciate how readable these books are, with only simple sentences on each page accompanied by a colorful illustration on the opposite page. Each book includes a glossary at the front of STEM words, sight words, and study words. Finally, because each book has a card of information for you to help extend the learning. Buy these books! Donkey asks Dog to describe it. Which leads to hilarious fun! Can you tell I love Jan Thomas? The Doghouse by Jan Thomas The ball went into the doghouse.
Who will get it out? Cow will. Finally, Duck. What is going on? What happens to the friends after going into the doghouse? Biscuit by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, illustrated by Pat Schories The Biscuit books are classic early readers that give kids successful reading experiences. Biscuit is a cute, playful puppy who lives with his little girl and her family. Monkey really loves forts so he turns the tables with a clever twist. Hi, Jack!
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Your kids will read all about mischievous Jack who lives with Lady. And how he gets into trouble over and over again. Jack Blasts Off! The alien gets angry so Jack and Rex leave for the dark side of the moon where they encounter a big scary monster! But the alien will save them!
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Darling stories of friendship and bike riding. Then Yeti helps Unicorn try new things like a snowball fight. Short stories of friendship between two mythical creatures, what could be better!? May I Please Have a Cookie? His mom helps him figure out that he should ask nicely. These DK readers are a favorite at my school library! These simple stories are funny and perfect for beginning readers.
Caterpillar to Butterfly by Laura Marsh I love the informational but simple text matching each beautiful photograph. But what happens when Otto shares the balloon?
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Pip floats away so Otto must help. See more in the series here. Virjan Look at all the animals that join the pig in a wig on a boat! What will the pig do?
Fox on a Box by Phil Roxbee Cox This is a great beginning reader phonics story to read again and again. Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold Fly and the boy meet in this first book of a super hilarious series. In this story, the boy enters his fly in an amazing pet contest, dazzling the judges, and winning the show. An excellent browsing book for your very young child. I Am a Bunny , by Ole Risom. The Rooster Struts , by Richard Scarry. The goose waggles. The illustrations convey detail and suggest a sense of balance and order in the natural world.
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Life on a farm can be noisy! Polacco uses lilting, repetitive language and rich watercolor illustrations to show various animal families and the sounds they make. Sheep say baa, baa, baa. Geese say honk, honk, honk. Bunnies say nothing at all. Bears , by Ruth Krauss. Maurice Sendak.
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Bears , written by Ruth Krauss and illustrated by Phyllis Rowand, was first published in Maurice Sendak was still an undiscovered artist at that time, but he and Krauss soon became close friends and collaborators. This is a piece of literary history and a seductive read for children. Isabel Campoy.