Early Phonetic Readers: 6 Book Collection


Written and Illustrated By: Shelley Davidow

Children’s Fiction

Six Early Reader Booklets compiled into one Paperback

Grades: 1-3
Published: January, 2020
ISBN: 9781931061001
Pages: 116
Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″


These warm and wonderful readers will delight both students and teachers as they guide young children along the path of written language one step at a time. Written in order and phonetically, each story focuses on specific word groups, sounds and sentence structures. Each story has a beginning, middle and an ending. Succeeding stories build on these skills and then move on to the next level of skill. The books are conceived in much the same way as the “Dick and Jane” readers of an earlier era, but with a very important difference: these stories have a touching “heart content” to them. The stories are gently humorous while honoring nature, animals and the environment. The illustrations in their warm simplicity are wonderful compliments to the stories! Whether you are rewarding an eager reader with a first experience of reading something someone else wrote, or helping a struggling reader get the hang of all those letters, these readers are sheer joy for everyone. The six books use simple words that the early reader will easily grasp. They have been carefully chosen by a reading specialist to help students advance from the short vowels to the silent “e” to the vowel combinations. At the back of each book is a list of sight words that should be reviewed with the child before reading the book. This book is a compilation of all 6 individual booklets in “The Early Reader Series” into one paperback book. Appropriate for Grades 1-3.

1 review for Early Phonetic Readers: 6 Book Collection

  1. Cathy

    “These books have enough humor and whimsy to capture the beginning reader’s interest, the first critical step in any learning process. They are a sweetly artistic and practical source for inviting students into the world of reading. The repetition of phonemic patterns gives good practice, yet, there is enough variation to keep the reader attentive.”
    Nancy Blanning, co-author of “Movement Journeys and Circle Adventures,” Educational Support Teacher and Therapeutic and Remedial Consultant at the Denver Waldorf School

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