This book’s simple, repetitive sentences will help your child build confidence in her beginning reading skills as she starts to recognize the familiar sentences on each page.

Healthy foods come in all colors, shapes and sizes. Explore a wide variety of good-for-you foods while learning the letters of the alphabet with this colorful and fun bilingual book.

Find out more about farm life, farm animals and farm machines in this easy-to-read book full of farm facts and photographs.

Unlike his animal friends, Leo is not very good at reading, writing, or even drawing! While his father is concerned about Leo’s progress, his mother believes that Leo will bloom when he’s ready. Help develop your preschooler's beginning reading skills as you read about Leo's journey together.

To encourage beginning reading skills, talk with your child about his own life experiences and encourage him to explore his own back yard through drawing or writing. Use the names of these creepy crawly friends to practice phonological skills and play letter knowledge games.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar also teaches readers about the days of the week, counting, nutrition, and the life cycle of a butterfly.

This book tells the story of a summer visit from distant relatives. Engaging illustrations show visitors and family settled in everywhere throughout the house, with lots of hugging, eating, and having fun together. The book also explores the feelings of sadness that pop up when it’s time for visitors to leave, and the hope that Read more…

When preschool children memorize and recite nursery rhymes, it helps develop their phonological awareness skills.

Get the whole family together to create and write a family story. As you write, you’ll help your preschooler understand important concepts about letters and print.

Ask for your child’s help in naming his special stuffed friends! He can use a combination of drawing and writing to create name tags for his favorite little friends.