Based on research to:
Previewing a book dramatically improves reading comprehension. So, the first book in each set is a wordless picture book that introduces the story through colorful illustrations.
Build brain development
Repetition aids brain development, so the story is retold in Books 2-10 with a gradually expanding vocabulary.
Incorporate best practices
Our eBooks incorporate best practices for teaching children to read as identified by the National Reading Panel.
Our eBooks are arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market because nothing builds confidence like success.
Designed to help children:
Learn common sight words
Only 300 common words account for over half of all written material, but many of these sight words cannot be sounded out and must be memorized. This series introduces and repeats dozens of these words to help children learn them.
Practice writing skills
Free companion worksheets encourage writing practice and provide a multi-sensory learning experience. Writing practice reinforces skills learned and improves reading comprehension.