Inside: Early Reader Books to Delight All Ages
The last thing beginning readers need is a boring book from the early reader section. At best, the uninspiring ones provide dull, repetitive practice. At worst, they feel condescending and trite.
Drudgery is the opposite way to inspire a love of reading.
Don’t settle for them. Don’t think they’re an inevitability in the process of learning to read. There’s absolutely NO need to resign yourself to using those boring early readers to teach children to read.
Inspire them to read with compelling stories. Engage them in the process with delightful characters. They’ll be learning to read because they want to read the books.
Early Reader Books to Delight All Ages
We’ve collected some of the best and most delightful early reader books that your children (and even you) will enjoy!
Celebrate the power of friendship with all four of the beloved Frog and Toad I Can Read stories by Arnold Lobel. This 9x9 hardcover treasury includes the complete art and text from four classics: Frog and Toad Are Friends, Frog and Toad Together, Frog and Toad All Year, and Days with Frog and Toad. (I Can Read Level 2)More info →
Weasel is ready for his dinner, and poor Mouse is it. Can Mouse stop Weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper? The clever mouse tells the weasel four stories to make the soup tasty—then manages to trick the weasel and get home safely. This Level Two I Can Read book is geared toward kids who read on their own but still need a little help.More info →
"Get your gun!" Sam's father said. "The British soldiers are coming this way!" Sam's father was a Minuteman. Sam was ready in a minute. Father and son rushed to the village green. Other Minutemen were already there. Through the long night they waited and waited. Then, at dawn, the soldiers came! Early Reader Level 3 Book.More info →
What early reader books do you love? Do you see any childhood favorites in our list?