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Other Children and Young Adult Books

Reading with a child or young person is beneficial in so many ways. Young readers form a bond with the person teaching them; they learn to think logically, and their language skills improve dramatically. Reading to, and with your children helps them to master speech language skills more easily, and they are more likely to achieve academic success.

Picture Books

Children and young adult picture books are an excellent way to begin a relationship with reading. Children's picture books tell stories using compelling illustrations and other art. Publishers specially design these books to be enticing to young people, with imaginative imagery and bright colours.

Learning to Read

Children and young adult learning to read books are based on skill level. Developing those skills in a pressure-free home environment is beneficial to children and young adults. Additionally, reading books with children shows them your love and enjoyment of reading, so they are more apt to learn. These books often focus on a letter and the sound that it makes, whole words, and sentences. Publishers design these books so that young readers can feel a sense of accomplishment and mastery when they understand or can read the story on their own.

Classics

Classic books are a great opportunity for parent and child to bond. They are nostalgic for the parent, and they often convey an important lesson to a child. It is important to read age-appropriate classics with children so that they can grasp the narrative; however, there are many classics to tell for all learning levels.

Nursery Rhymes

Similar to the classics, nursery rhymes are nostalgic for parents and grandparents, too. Families pass these stories down from generation to generation, and the reader’s enthusiasm for the subject is conveyed to the young person learning to read. These rhymes are told in a repetitive scheme that helps new readers comprehend stories and osmose words on the page. Many nursery rhymes have sing-song elements to them, making reading a book both an oral and visual experience.

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