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Tutul wants to give her friend some chocolate for her birthday. But nobody in her family is ready to help her! Tutul needs a new plan! Can her clever idea convince the shopkeeper to give her some birthday chocolate? Find out in this short book ideal for early readers with lots of repetition. Sample Text …

 
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The Peacock Who Wished to Fly – The Peacocks Tale and how the peacock got it’s feathers. Tausi the Peacock live in peace with other birds, admiring how other birds can fly far and wanted to fly far also. But he cannot even fly far in order to collect food and the other birds mock …

 
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The Sea a story about a girl and her family who went to the beach to escape the heat. She soon realizes how much fun it is playing with waves. This book has a lot of repetitive words with illustrations perfect for young children to learn new words. This book is brought to us by …

 
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In Mama Antelope’s House we see lots of repetition which makes it a great early reader, or just a fun story for young children. Hare plays a trick on the other animals, can they get into Mama Antelope’s House? Who is making all the noise? Find out more, learn a lesson in manners, and have …

 
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In A Very Busy Day a little girl goes to the shops with her Mama, they visit a great many places, groceries, shoes, and more. The text also explores opposites as descriptors, the predictability and repetition make it nice for an early reader. Sample Text from A Very Busy Day Today is a very busy …

 
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Turtle Dove a lovely story about what a turtle dove can and cannot do. This simple early reader features a series of phrases with simple verbs and nouns related to a turtle dove’s activities. This book is rated as an English Level 1 story, suited for young early readers who want to learn how to …

 
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My Body – Colouring Book is a Fun colouring book with action phrases (verbs) about the body. This is suitable for a kindergarten level and the English level makes it a nice simple book for beginner readers or ESL learners. This is a Pratham level 1 book and has fun pictures perfect for young artists …

 
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What is Christmas all about? Is it the presents, and the candy, and the snow – do you even have snow? Or is it about sharing, giving, loving, and growth? Is it about toys or is it about family and fun? This short photo book is designed for young children and children learning to read, …

 
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Fables is a collection of folk tales and fables written for a grade 1 level. The collection of stories also has an associated workbook and teacher guide available. This grade 1 reader has many of the sounds highlighted throughout the text to help children learn new phonemes, and there is a list of decoded sounds …

 
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Karabo’s Question is a rhyming book for young children. This book focusses on the /əʊ/ sound, eg “ow” in know, “oe” in tow, “o” in no, “ew” in sew. In this respect it can make a nice addition to a structured phonics program for introducing this sound. Illustrated by Natalie Edwards Written by Liesl Jobson This …

 
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Look At Me a delightful and fun story of how each body part is being used. In this book children enjoy doing things with the use of their hands, mouth, nose, ears, and eyes. This story introduces the different senses we have and the simple use of these body parts. This is a good text …

 
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How to be Happy is a short simple book for young children and beginner ESL reader, promoting values of appreciation and giving, and can be used as an early reader. The book is perfect for building confidence in reading with only 25 words most of which are simple words. This book also teaches kids ten …

 
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The BIG Red Balloon Have you seen the BIG red balloon? Oh NO! Where could it be? Where is the beautiful big red balloon? This book is perfect for young readers and beginner English learners to improve their vocabulary and learn new words. The book provides a rhyming repetition of sentences then adds a new …

 
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The Red Panda Naps is an early reader about this adorable creature. This is a book for new readers or very young children, and involves around the words “The red panda naps…”. The repetition is perfect for building confidence and word recognition in struggling readers. If you enjoy books about the Red Panda, see also: …

 
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The Other Way is a book full of opposites, suitable for very young children or children learning to read. This is also a nice book for beginner readers, pairing the opposite adjectives or prepositions, with a related noun. This is a level one book from Pratham Books. See more books from Pratham in our Pratham-Storyweaver …

 
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Always be Nice is a short book for young children promoting kindness and manners and can be used as an early reader. The book is perfect for building confidence in reading with only 28 words most of which are simple words. This book also teaches kids ten important lessons about being kind to others. Each …

 
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Monkey Adventures is an early reader and an early science book about monkeys. This is a leveled book from Mustardseed books, suitable for grade 1. Monkey Adventures is rated at Grade level 1.4, reading recovery level 7, guided reading level E, with 130 words. This book is designed for early readers with simple words and …

 
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Cat Egg is a three letter word book from Bo Books. This is among the easiest possible stories, making it a good way to learn reading. Every word is no longer than three letters. The first step in learning to read is a big one: from single letters to whole words. That’s a lot to ask …

 
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Bo Go Up is one in a series of a single letter, three letter, and, two letter stories from Bo Books. If you were learning to read a new language, you’d start with short words. When we teach children to read, we should do the same. Bo Books teaches children to read using short words …

 
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In a follow up to the popular We Go To Bo by Larry Baum, Bo Books provides this single letter book, Y  – did you even know it could exist? This can be great fun for children who know the alphabet and have learned the letter names, to differentiate between the names of the letters …

 
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