A fun zoo theme introduces young readers to sets of three homophones, such as to, too, and two, and bye, by, and buy.
A fun counting theme introduces young readers to the concept of homophones.
New readers are introduced to homophones found in nature.
Samantha teaches her somewhat clueless neighbor boy Jake how to ride his bicycle safely as they go for a bike ride and get ice cream.
A young child teaches her toys, dolls, and action figures the water safety rules she has learned.
A young boy named Aidan teaches his curious puppy how to stay safe online.
A girl teaches an alien from a planet with no gravity how to be safe on a playground.
Meet Bret, a young boy who is afraid to get wet, while learning words in the –et word family.
Meet a girl and her robot Dot who likes to do a lot, while learning words in the –ot word family.
Read the story of Blake, a young boy who always has to take his younger brother Jake along with him, while learning words in the –ake word family.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel O and its sounds and uses, including the double oo sound.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel U and its sounds and uses.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel Y and its sounds and uses, including the oi sound and its use as a consonant.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel A and its sounds and uses.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel E and its sounds and uses, including the silent E.
Beginning readers are introduced to the vowel I and its sounds and uses.
In this fun and funny celebration of literacy, kids of all ages will discover that the act of reading is a daring adventure that can take you anywhere! You can read at the playground, under the sea, at the opera and even in outer space! It turns out you can read everywhere! And when you do, you open yourself to a universe of adventure. Presented in light-hearted, rib-tickling verse that's perfect for reading aloud, You Can Read sings it loud and proud: Books are awesome. And so are the people who read them.
Balloons love the moon, and a tuba loves a tune, but these don't compare to the love we have for you. Award-winning poet Lorna Crozier uses evocative rhyme, complemented by Rachelle Anne Miller's whimsical imagery, to provide babies and toddlers with common concepts that explain just how great love is.
Learn about the sound of the letter Z, as Zack explores the zippers on his coat and finds treasures in his pocket!
Learn about the sound of the letter Y, as Yoshi invites his friend York over to play in his yard.
Learn about the sound of the letter W, as Wendy washes her dog Wags and they both get very wet in the process.
Learn about the sound of the letter V, as Victor and his mom move to a new city and new house.
Learn about the sound of the letter T, as Ted and his brother Tim play games and soccer as well as go to school in Miss Topper's class.
Learn about the sound of long U, as Sue and her friends perform in a musical show and enjoy a party afterward.
Learn about the sound of the letter S, as Sara and her mother go to the store to buy sandals, but end up buying surprises for the entire family.