Chapter Books & Readers

Whales and Dolphins! (Wild Kratts) (Step into Reading)
Whales and Dolphins! (Wild Kratts) (Step into Reading)

Review: This book is great for Wild Kratt fans, but I am disappointed that the sharks are portrayed as aggressive and angry. As someone who works in marine biology, sharks are greatly misunderstood and these illustrations do not help the stigma the animal has. My daughter kept asking what the sharks were so mad about. Read more

Oh, Baby! Go, Baby! (Dr. Seuss Nursery Collection)
Oh, Baby! Go, Baby! (Dr. Seuss Nursery Collection)

Review: I got this book before my baby was born and I've been reading it to her since then and she loves it. She gets attracted by all the colors and textures! Right now she's 2 months and I can't wait until she's older and she can enjoy it moreasy thoroughly. Read more

Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)
Ivy & Bean's Secret Treasure Box (Books 1-3)

Review: It states that these books are for five and up what five year do you know can read a chapter book on their own. I do like the books to read to her but I was looking for something to get her started with reading. Read more

Little Bear (An I Can Read Book)
Little Bear (An I Can Read Book)

Review: I really liked another book in the same series, so I purchased this book. This story is just weird. It's about how a kiss is supposed to get from grandma bear to Little Bear, but somehow gets lost along the way. The premise is fine, but the development of the story is odd. Read more

I Am Wonder Woman (I Can Read Level 2) - Wonder Woman Classic
I Am Wonder Woman (I Can Read Level 2) - Wonder Woman Classic

Review: This book is mainly for my nephew. As a child growing up I had a hard time reading.
My nephew is going thru the same problems that I had. Fortunately, this book has what
I have been looking for to help encourage him to get involved more in his readings.
The book has simple sentences with brightly colored pictures as well as heroes that
he loves. Read more

Toothless Wonder (Junie B. Jones - No. 20) - Junie B.
Toothless Wonder (Junie B. Jones - No. 20) - Junie B.

Review: .When my kids were very young, I told them that the stars shining in the night sky were the teeth that the tooth fairy collected. If I had read Toothless Wonder then, I would've had a much better explanation.

I was a high school English teacher and an elementary school librarian, and I am a HUGE fan of the Junie B. series. I understand parents' concerns about the grammar, attitudes, behavior, etc. in these books, but all you have to do is discuss these issues with your child/ren.
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Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book)
Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book)

Review: My granddaughter is in Kdg. and I wanted to share some books with her that would make her laugh as well as learn. As a retired elementary school teacher I know how important it is to start children early with the reading process.

The books arrived earlier than I an anticipated and they are in excellent condition.

Thanks for the good and prompt service. Read more

Save the Day (Comic Reader #1) - LEGO DC Superheroes
Save the Day (Comic Reader #1) - LEGO DC Superheroes

Review: Great for any Batman fan, especially those of childhood age! My 5-yr old son loves this book. He enjoys flipping through the pages and asks for help reading it very often. It's great for keeping him entertained while also exposing him to early reading. Great book overall and I'm so happy we found it for him. Bonus, it's fun for adults to read, too! Read more

Little Boy Lost) (Volume 1) - The Librarian (Book One
Little Boy Lost) (Volume 1) - The Librarian (Book One

Review: I received a free copy of this book for my honest rating.I have long been an avid C.S. Lewis' The Narnia Chronicles fan. They were read to me as a child and re-read many times as an adult. After reading " The Librarian: Little Boy Lost ", I can say that there is another series of books that will delight children of all ages. I am 62 years old and I enjoyed this book very much, and can't wait to read the next book in this series. I love the way that it encourages the reading of other classics, an... Read more

Trapped in a Video Game (Book 1)
Trapped in a Video Game (Book 1)

Review: I bought this book for my 10 year old nephew (4th grade). He loves to read now but has been through vision therapy for dyslexia. Now that he likes reading, I really wanted to get him some fun books that would just encourage a love of reading a good book. He has been reading this to me out loud and we have both really enjoyed it. I personally like it as much as he does and I'm 44. He has been laughing out loud and we have had some fun discussions about ridiculous premises in the book, like would ... Read more

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