Pick Up These Suggested Titles from Smart Toys & Books for the Newest Reader in the House
Kindergarten: “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle
It’s a classic for a reason! There are many concepts to enjoy: days of the week, counting, sequencing, repetitive text, science and more. Plus, who isn’t captivated by the beauty of a butterfly and its miraculous metamorphosis? An I Can Read version is also available for children to read independently.
First Grade: “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss
Enjoy another classic that first-graders can read by themselves with repetitive text, famous Dr. Seuss rhymes and plenty of silly humor.
Second Grade: Dragon Masters series by Tracey West
Castles, kingdoms, dragons! This series of 11 books offers a good balance of adventure, conflict and exciting storylines.
All Ages:I Spy series by Scholastic
From square paperbacks for preschoolers to adults who enjoy a good seek-and-find, the I Spy series is for all who enjoy a challenge. With a variety of themes and levels of difficulty, I Spy books are perfect for new and reluctant readers.