Check out these new book sets that will captivate both avid and reluctant readers:
Leveled Reader’s new C-D set 7 has a great variety of books for beginning readers. A big favorite in this set is Otis’s Busy Day. Kids love to read about Otis the Tractor doing his farm work and playing with all his animal friends. This is a reader born from the series of beautiful Otis picture books by Loren Long.
The husband and wife team of David Soman and Jacky Davis has a loyal following of fans who can’t get enough of Ladybug Girl. They started out writing picture books about Ladybug Girl (aka Lulu) and her trusty dog, Bingo. Now she stars in a reader celebrating individuality, creativity and imagination.
Max is another child with a big imagination. When he finds an egg, he wonders if it contains a baby dinosaur. New readers will delight in finding out what exactly is inside Max’s egg, and what he decides to do with it.
Our newest E-F leveled set 7 also has some fantastic childrens books that we are excited to share with you! Starting with Drop It, Rocket! featuring the incredibly charming pup named Rocket, who is learning from the little yellow bird how to read. They go looking for things to put on their word tree, but when Rocket finds a red boot, it’s too hard to let go! Rocket originally starred in the wildly popular How Rocket Learned to Read picture book by Tad Hills.
Your kids will enjoy meeting Pig and Pug, two entertaining but unlikely friends, living on a farm. It’s a delightful story of a budding friendship with lots of repetition and sweet illustrations.
This set also includes the story of Frances, a little girl who loves to dance, that is, until it means dancing on a stage in front of an audience full of people! A graceful tale that kids will really be able to connect with. It sensitively addresses the topics of fear, courage and trying something new.
Children who are just starting out on their reading journeys will find the books in these sets fun and interesting, with characters they will want to revisit again and again. That’s what helps create good readers, and a love of reading.