Teaching your student to read should be fun, enjoyable! Molly Madison Magee is a kitten who plays with Mason. Molly and Mason are ready to share their stories so that students can enjoy learning to read. Molly and Mason Early Easy Readers are designed to introduce a new word or two in every story, while repeating the words that have been introduce in previous stories. Instead of relying on sight word flash cards for teaching the words, the words are intertwined in a story format. Words introduced in Set 8 are: away, but, house, or, red, time, tree, trees, Grandpa's. Learning to read should be fun! Reading should be fun! And understanding that words combine to communicate thought is a natural part of comprehending the exercise of reading. Why t teach reading comprehension along with learning sight words? Reading words in a context of a story adds experience with reading comprehension. Molly and Mason Early Easy Readers offer an opportunity to learn sight words in a fun way. While phonics are important, sight words are what tie the phonics words together. If you are a teacher looking for reading material to offer your students, or a parent who is supplementing a school program, or a homeschool parent/teacher, you will find the Molly and Mason Early Easy Readers a fun way to introduce sight word reading. These short books are easy to read. Each book repeats previously introduced words. Each book introduces a new word or two and immediately repeats that word or words a few times in the book. It is exciting to watch someone develop confidence in their reading ability. There is a sense of pride that reading is something that they can do by themselves. Best of all, your student will actually be the one doing the reading. Our family hopes that you enjoy using the Molly and Mason Early Easy Readers as much as we have enjoyed preparing them for you!