My Early Reader Library Collection 30 Books Box Set for Independent Reading colour illustrations- Paperback - Age 5-7
As young readers explore new things, reading books is often at the top of the list and this Early Reader Collection is a great place to start for budding and eager minds ready to find their next book collection. There are an impressive 30 titles to choose from to keep children entertained and aimed at readers aged between 5-7, the Early Reader Collection truly has something for every child’s interests and tastes.
A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your child's reading journey, short accessible chapters make them ideal for newly confident readers - but we also think they're great for sharing too.
Taking centre space on any child’s bookshelf, the 30 paperback books are neatly encapsulated in a hard box case and full of bright illustrations that makes every story a delight to read from cover to cover. With this in mind, the books are a great balance between pictures and text, as readers continue to transition away from books that rely heavily on pictures. They provide a stepping stone from picture books to reading books. Every child’s reading style and interests will continue to grow so having the perfect set of books alongside this that cover a variety of topics or storylines alongside is key. The Early Reader Collection introduces children to slightly larger paragraphs of texts on pages, more sophisticated vocabulary and sentence structure so that readers can be more confident in their reading aloud skills. In doing so, they will increasingly enjoy reading independently as they navigate their way through an impressive 30 completely different stories.
Covering a range of topics from outer space to deep in the jungle, there is plenty of ‘make believe’ in these stories that will bring laughter and spur on those wonderfully inquisitive minds that prompt questions during each story. Titles such as ‘The Boy Who Made Things Up’ and ‘Café at the end of the Moon’ are just a couple of choices that fit the bill when it comes to using creative imagination. Add in a pinch of humour, a dash of adventure along the way and before you know it, children will be completely stuck in. When it comes to this, children will thoroughly enjoy ‘Jogger’s Big Adventure’ and ‘Anthony Saves The Day’ for plenty of mischief and mayhem. Throw in characters that are out of this world and a zoo of animals, these are books that can be enjoyed time and time again. For animal lovers, ‘Robbie and the Raah’ is real hit! Children and parents may recognise a couple of familiar titles such as ‘Horrid Henry’s Stinkbomb’ and ‘Don’t be Horrid, Henry’ so if this sounds like you, then these titles could be the perfect place to start.
Children will appreciate the simple yet fun-filled storylines while these books are an ideal learning resource to supplement their literacy lessons from school, in the comfort of your own home. These short chapter books are a great read for beginners at any time of the day whether it’s curling up to a good before winding down to bed or as break from the usual mayhem throughout the day. The authors have cleverly created a library of fun, jam-packed stories for children to read that will encourage them to think ahead before answers are revealed. They present elements of mystery, invite children to think about their emotions and prompt them to come up with solutions or even predict how each story will end. Thanks to their simple yet colourful style, children will soon become familiar with the flow in each book and give them a chance to progress without losing interest.
Every parent knows the importance of reading with children, even for just a few moments a day to continue that interaction and routine. Continuing this at home is key. With a collection like this, featuring an array of 30 titles to choose from, parents can start with books covering topics or featuring characters that their child is most interested in or naturally drawn to. Getting children hooked in this way can be a great approach for less confident or even reluctant readers. Each story is brought to life with wonderful, bright and detailed illustrations that help to break up the text on a page. This is important to keep children engaged, help to increase their imagination and provides a talking point for child and parent. To keep interaction flowing, parents can use these books to ask their child questions about the story either at the end of a significant event or to recap at the end of the book. This is a brilliant way to remind children of what they have not only seen, but read too. Once children see how fun and exciting they are to read, they’ll soon be onto the next one!
Titles In This Set:
- Algy’s Amazing adventure in the Jungle
- Algy’s Amazing adventure in the Arctic
- Algy’s Amazing adventure in Space
- Algy’s Amazing adventure in at Sea
- Shumba's Big Adventure
- Mercy and the Hippo
- Anthony ant saves the day
- A Friend For Christmas
- Horrid Henry's Stinkbomb
- Horrid Henry's Holiday
- Don't Be Horrid,Henry!
- The Haunted House of Buffin Street
- Rampage in Prince's Garden
- Jogger's Big Adventure
- Cafe at the edge of the moon
- The ant's pants
- The Boy Who Made Things Up
- Poppy the Pirate Dog's New Shipmate
- Poppy the Pirate Dog
- Jenny the Pony's Big Day
- Micky's Magic Pencil
- Blood And Guts And Rats Tail Pizza
- Grandad's Medal
- Elsie and the Magic Biscuit Tin
- Albert and the Garden of Doom
- Mr Monkey Plays Footballs
- Mr Monkey and the Magic Tricks
- Mr Monkey and the Fairy Tea Party
- The Witch Of The Ditch
- Robbie and the Raaah
First step to independent reading. Ideal for home learning, this set of 30 Early Readers is the perfect way to help your child learn to love reading. Short chapters and colour illustrations on every page help build children's confidence in reading aloud, bridging the gap from picture books to independent reading. From animal antics to familiar first experiences, there's something for everyone in these super stories.