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Experts Tell Us the Best Books To Learn How To Read

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books To Learn How To Read. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Go Read by Trevor Romain

This product was recommended by Alex Bryant from The Trevor Romain Company

Go Read introduces readers to twenty-six roommates, also known, as the English Alphabet. The roommates are presented in a humorous and memorable way with funny illustrations and silly situations to showcase each member of the alphabet for young readers can remember. The book is also available as a softcover, hardcover, or audiobook.

Little Readers Parent Pack by Deborah Schecter

This product was recommended by William Kemper from Kemper DMD

These books are best for new readers because they use catching colors, big fonts, and easy repetitive sentences. Children love to bury their noses in these books. These books are specifically designed with repetitive patterns, which is greatly helping young readers to develop skills with their sight words and sounding out words in their early years.

Sight Words and Spelling Workbook by Modern Kid Press

This product was recommended by William Kemper from Kemper DMD

This book is a substantial source of learning for young kids in kindergarten because these books help them learn unfamiliar words through fun activities. The book captures the attention of kids through the drawing of mythical creators and animals. This book is a great source to engage kids in a healthy activity fr a good amount of time.

Start School with Topsy and Tim by Jean Adamson

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

The good thing about this activity book is its glossy, wipe-clean pages. It comes with a special pen to help your child in practicing first spellings. Every page has unique words that are themed. The words are carefully selected and are words children will meet more often.

Trip-Trot Tippy-Toes by Ladybird

This product was recommended by Harriet Chan from CocoFinder

Your toddler will find this book interesting because of its humor, and they will get inspired to love language. It is the story of the hare challenging a tortoise to a race and comes with many illustrations. The rhyming and words will help the kids develop their language.

A Touchdown in Reading by Kathryn Starke

This product was recommended by Kathryn Starke from Creative Minds Publications, LLC

A Touchdown in Reading is the newest reading resource developed as a how to playbook for teachers, parents, homeschool parents, and educators to teach their children to read and become a successful life-long reader and learner.

Little Blue Truck board book by Alice Schertle

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

Little Blue Truck Board it’s a children’s literature series book with lots of animal sounds, thus making it fun and engaging to read. It is also fascinating and funny and, therefore, reasonable to capture children’s attention.

We Love Our School by Judy Sierra

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

If you love the idea of your child reading along with you by naming pictures, then this is the book you need. It helps the child to understand that the words we speak are connected to the pictures in a book. The book is cost-friendly, plus it’s an easy read as it has lots of letter sounds and pictures.

Go, Dog. Go! by P.D. Eastman

This product was recommended by Katherine Brown from Spyic

Best book for children with learning and attention issues. The book has humor which makes it exciting and therefore keeps the children wanting to read more.

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons by Siegfried Engelmann

This product was recommended by Candice Criscione from Mom In Italy

If you do the lessons each day for 100 days, your child will learn how to read! As a busy mom, I appreciated that the lessons were scripted so I didn’t have to do any planning. Each lesson takes 15-20 minutes and requires a parent or caretaker’s presence. My son enjoyed seeing his progress and he looked forward to reading the short stories. He loves reading now and I attribute part of that to the stress-free, systematic approach of Engelmann’s book. I’ve recommended it to many other moms and I’ll use it for my other two children as well!

BO, GO UP! by Larry Baum

This product was recommended by Larry Baum from the Bo Books

When I was teaching my children to read, I thought it would be easier for them to learn short words than long words, so I looked for books with only short words. But I had trouble finding them (I mean the books, not the words!). So I wrote a story with words no longer than two letters, hoping that it can help other children learn reading more easily. I tried to include characters, action, and humor, which was challenging with a vocabulary limited to 2-letter words! I wanted kids around the world to have it, so I hired an illustrator and self-published the paperback book. The goal is to make it easier for children to read their very first book on their own, and gain confidence so that they can read more at a younger age.

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