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The more you read
The more you know
The more you learn
The more places you’ll go!
Reading books can open up a child’s mind.
Reading books helps them learn.
Reading books helps with speech development.
I love to read and I love to read with my kids.
I have 3 kids. All different ages and different reading levels. (You can read Our Story here).
I put together a list for you of my favorite books that encourage learning, reading and speech.
You can read my post on how you can help your child with speech here.
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Age 9 Books
These books are not super educational. I fact they are quite silly. But they are interesting and fun for a 3rd grader to read. It is hard to keep my son reading and interested. And I found these books keep him entertained while he practices his reading.
The Adventures of Captain Underpants
Age 4 Books
These books are so good at keeping your child’s attention! Jump, Frog, Jump is funny and easy to read. It’s also a great book to practice speech. Let your child finish the sentences. It’s so cute.
The Usborne books (see inside books) have flaps to lift and look inside things. Very fascinating. And a great way to get your child talking and asking questions.
The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear
See Inside Your Body
Age 1.5 Books
These books are all about keeping your child interested and listening. At almost 2 years old they can’t read but they can remember what the story is about and they can start expanding their vocabulary.
Both my boys have a speech delay and I have used all these books to expand their vocabulary. My little girl is already speaking in 2-word phrases and these books are just giving her more to say.
Fisher-Price Little People Welcome to Our Town
These books are just recommendations of books that my kids love that also helped them through their learning journey. I hope this list inspires you to add to your children’s library.
Most of these are linked to my affiliate link to Amazon. You can also purchase many of these through Wal-Mart, Target, as well as Ross, Marshalls and TJ Max.
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