The stories are not bedtime stories to read to your child...but simple stories that they can read by themselves to learn how to read. Hence they are very simple but still interesting to beginner readers.
These books are the perfect opportunity to introduce your child to learning how to read. They are suitable for children aged from 2 to 5 years of age (kindergarten, preschool) who are truly beginner readers. These easy sight word books will turn your child onto reading by giving them the confidence to read by themselves. Confidence is a vital element in learning how to read. At the end of each story they can practice reading the sight words in each book. This is the perfect introduction to reading!
Katrina Kahler is an award winning teacher (National Inspirational Teacher Award) who has been teaching children to read for 30 years. Her 'I Am A Reader' Series contain books that are perfect for fostering your child's ability to read. Type Katrina Kahler into the search box to find more of her books.
Your child will love all of these stories and read them over and over again.
As an added bonus, I have added some Christmas jokes and knock knock jokes to entertain your child.
The illustrations in this e-book are soooo cute, it's extremely well written and done in alphabetical style for the first chapter, then, your children are asked if they can spell the words that come up, most of them are Christmas related.
I highly recommend this e-book, all 2-6 year old children will treasure it and learn how to read the fun way, this e-book is a great introduction into the magical world of reading.
About the Author:
Katrina Kahler is a World-Class educator who has been nominated for the National Inspirational Teaching Award. She is the co-author of a Parenting series, which include a variety of books that will assist parents in raising happy, confident and successful children. She is a highly experienced school teacher, speaker and parenting adviser and her passion involves helping kids to reach their full potential...academically, socially and personally.
Katrina's fiction books for children include Diary of a Horse Mad Girl (a series of 5 books), Bella (another horse series) and the Julia Jones series. These books deal with the emotional traumas that young girls experience...friendship problems, bullying...and the stories teach young children to be more confident and positive. The books suit children aged from 9 to 13.
Teaching thousands of young children to read, spell and write has given Katrina the knowledge and skills to produce a series of Early Readers for children aged from 2 to 6. These simple books with repeated text, pictures to aid comprehension and prediction skills, sight words and parent advice, will help your child to become a fluent and confident reader. What an advantage your child will have when you download these books for them. Watch their confidence and interest in reading blossom.
She lives on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia with her husband, two wonderful teenagers and two very affectionate and friendly pets, a golden retriever and a ginger cat. Up until recently Katrina lived on a 10 acre property and her daughter and son enjoyed the country lifestyle with horses and motorcycles. From these experiences Katrina has written a series of books on their true life experiences. Diary of a Horse Mad Girl (5 books in the series) and Diary of a Motorcycle Crazy Boy are the result, with many readers falling in love with Katrina's family's adventures.
Her mission in life is to help as many children as possible to grow up to be happy, confident and successful.
Over the Christmas period, this book was number 1 in its category in the UK and the US and had a sales rank of 750.
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #321,423 Paid in Kindle Store
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #332,576 Paid in Kindle Store
The Christmas Alphabet
A is for antlers on the reindeer’s head.
B is for bear I call him Ted.
C is for carrot to feed the reindeer.
D is for a dancing elf.
E is for elf in Santa’s workshop.
F is for flying across the sky.
G is for good boys and girls.
H is for hanging decorations on the tree.
I is for in...the toys are in the sack.
J is for jingle bells...jingle, jingle, jingle.
K is for kisses and kindness to all.
L is for letters to Santa Claus.
M is for Merry Christmas.
N is for NO peeking!
O is for over the roof tops below.
P is for playing with your new toys.
Q is for quickly opening your presents.
R is for Rudolph’s red nose.
S is for Santa filling the stocking with toys.
T is for tinsel on the tree.
U is for getting up early in the morning.
V is for very, very, very excited!!!!!!!
W is for white Christmas at the North Pole.
X is for xylophone to make some music.
Y is for you because you are so special.
Z is for snoozing after a long tiring day.
Can you read these Christmas words?
Have you been good?
Yes, I helped my mother.
Yes, I helped my Dad.
Yes, I helped my brother.
Yes, I helped my sister.
Yes, I helped my dog.
Yes, I helped my Grandma.
Yes, I helped my cat.
Already translated. Translated by Beatrice Pires-Stadler
Thank you Bea for another brilliant translation into German.
Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Excellent translator to work with.
Already translated. Translated by Allan Ferreira
Allan is a great translator, quite thorough and efficient.
Already translated. Translated by Maria de la Paz Grillo
An excellent translator, very easy to work with.