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A Hungry Lion: Lion is hungry and has his eye on a baby hippo. Little Monkey makes sure Lion does not get the baby hippo in this colorfully illustrated book. Level F Follow Who Can Read? on Twitter. Find Who Can Read? on Facebook.
A Birthday Present for Spaceboy: Spaceboy doesn’t like his new Spaceship but everyone else does. Level E Follow Who Can Read? on Twitter. Find Who Can Read? on Facebook.
Do you remember the first time you read the story of The Three Little Pigs? How about the first time someone told you the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears? It seems like you must have known these traditional tales forever, … Continue reading
Learning to hear sounds in words will be very helpful when your child begins to read. The more awareness your child has of the connection between the alphabet and the sounds each letter makes, the more prepared he or she … Continue reading
More books featuring our marquee characters, Bella and Rosie, will soon be available on our iPad app. Coming this winter, we will have many new books featuring all of your favorite Pioneer Valley characters. That includes our most popular characters, the … Continue reading
It is very important for children to read nonfiction. If you review the books you read with your child, you may find that fiction dominates your young reader’s library. If that’s true, then it’s time to introduce some nonfiction to your reading list! … Continue reading
The New York Times recently published an intriguing story questioning whether “e-reading” is story time or just screen time. The answer, researchers say, is not yet entirely clear. “We know how children learn to read,” said Kyle Snow, the applied research … Continue reading
If your child is just setting out to learn to read, you might need to boost his or her word knowledge. Here are a few things to help you pick the right Level A book* and ways you can use the book with … Continue reading
Here are the top 5 reasons why the Who Can Read? app will make your child a better reader. The simplicity of the app is deceptive; we kept the interface rather streamlined (not too many bells or whistles) because we believe that … Continue reading