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Subject: New reader in the house!
Date Posted: 11/26/2013 8:28 AM ET
Member Since: 6/13/2008
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My son is officially reading!! It took a long time, this one, lol.

He still isn't confident, so if it has more than ten words to a page, he won't even try. :/. So I thought I'd ask and see if there are any deals on beginning reader books for boys out there.  

Thanks!

Date Posted: 11/26/2013 12:12 PM ET
Member Since: 1/30/2010
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I have these: 

I Lost My Tooth! (Hello Reader! Level 1: Preschool-Grade 1, Ages 3-6)
I Want to Be a Clown (Start to Read! Level 1) Grades preK-2

One Snowy Day (Hello Reader! Level 1: Preschool-Grade 1, Ages 3-6) (unpostable - small water spot, otherwise excellent condition)

My paperbacks, kids books, and religious books (hardcovers included) are all order 2 get 2 free or order 2 get 3 free unpostables.  See my profile, my links in my signature line below, and my bookshelf.



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Date Posted: 11/26/2013 5:30 PM ET
Member Since: 8/14/2008
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My nephew is at just that point in his reading! It's so fun to watch, isn't it?

Date Posted: 11/27/2013 12:47 PM ET
Member Since: 6/13/2008
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Thanks! I'll look in a minute, nursing the baby now.

 

It is great! My daughter breezed through reading lessons, but this time it was tough. I'm so proud of him!

Date Posted: 11/29/2013 8:23 PM ET
Member Since: 3/10/2011
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Sounds just like my nephew.  He loves books, but lacks confidence, I think.  I've been trying to find books he might get excited about, thinking that my sister can use them to work with him.  I suggested to her, and will to you also, to see if your local library has a program where kids read to certified therapy dogs.  Our local one is called "Paws to Read."  These programs can build confidence and help make huge improvements in reading; I've heard of kids jumping a couple grades in reading levels.  The atmosphere is relaxed, because, hey, dogs don't care if you read well or not; they just want to lie next to you and listen.  :)



Last Edited on: 11/29/13 8:23 PM ET - Total times edited: 1