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Initial post: 8 May 2012 20:43:21 BDT
Nikki Cook says:
Hello, fellow book lovers. My 35 month old son can already read approx 50 words, and I am looking for recommendations that will encourage him to begin to learn to read properly. He is very much into Disney Cars and Toy Story, but also loves letters and numbers. There are so many early reading books out there, so would love to hear from others who have had success with particular books.

Many thanks,

Nikki

Posted on 9 May 2012 16:20:08 BDT
K. A. Neale says:
Biff chip and kipper. Most schools use them. I started with my son the easter before he started school, am doing so with my daughter now ready for september. My son had delayed speech yet is in top reading group, i bought a set of 48 for 25 from the book people. this is my best buy ever

In reply to an earlier post on 9 May 2012 16:52:27 BDT
Nikki Cook says:
Super, thank you very much K A Neale, will check them out!

Posted on 9 May 2012 19:09:51 BDT
Gingemum says:
Just a quick word of warning, your son obviously enjoys reading... please make sure he continues to enjoy picking up and reading books. As an experienced primary school teacher I have been alarmed at the number of children who have lost the enjoyment of reading and books. Make sure you read lots of stories to your child as well as getting him to read to you. For something very individual have a look at the personalised books at www.love2read.co.uk- my kids loved these books

In reply to an earlier post on 9 May 2012 21:55:05 BDT
Nikki Cook says:
Thank you, Gingemum, I will. To be honest, as an avid reader, I have resisted 'teaching' him to read as I had a bad experience at school. Without teaching him, he has picked up and recognises approx 50 words. He loves books and we read to him every night without fail, and have done since he was tiny. I didnt want to get him to read before he started school, but as he seems to be showing an interest in it already, I also didnt want to dissuade him from discovering a love of words. I will check out that site, as love the idea of something personal for him.

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Jun 2012 01:03:55 BDT
New childrens book Henry the Horse by author Eric Pullin makes for a lovley little story with full colour illustrations. It is written in simple verse style. There is not many Horsey stories out there, so may be something different to read and be read too.

Henry the Horse
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