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We asked our knowledgeable friends and below are some of their suggestions.


"Reading books together that are above the child's level worked for us. When my son was just starting to read, he considered it a treat when we read together at bedtime. It helped make reading a preferred activity rather than a chore. He would read a page to me for every two or three that I read. Suggested mommy and me reads: Palooza Readers to start, then some of the Classic Starts Books. We also read Chronicles of Narnia and Charlotte's Web together early on, and then a movie night once finished!"

- Hermie (

"One of my son's favorite books is the Frog and Toad Series. Frog and Toad Are Friends is a great introduction to the series. My son finds it so funny and loves the cute illustrations. What I like about the series is that it teaches the value of friendship."

- Lorraine S. (Brentwood, CA)

"Reading aloud to your preschooler each day is the best thing you can do to create a love for books, build rote memory, and develop emergent reading skills. Some of our favorites are:
Where the Wild Things Are
Ladybug Girl
The Giving Tree
Chicka-Chicka Boom Boom

Happy Reading!"

- The Staff at Love for Learning