Check out these great children’s books!
Back to School, Limited Time Offer:
For a limited time (until Aug. 31, 2020), we are offering a “Buy one, get one free” book deal for teachers and parents.* If you buy A Cow on the Couch, you can get any one of our other books on this page for free! Just send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Show evidence of purchase of A Cow on the Couch from Amazon.com. Specify which “free” book (from this page) you would like, and we will send it to you.
*Unfortunately, because of shipping costs, this offer is limited to customers in the U.S. (International customers can have the books sent to a U.S. address if they have one.)
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A Cow on the Couch
Hilarious! Kids love it.
A great way to teach children reading skills. This book uses word families, rhythm and repetition to tell a fun story with an interesting twist. Teachers, parents, and kids love its unique combination of simple words and sounds, which captivates their interest as the tale unfolds. In the story, two children try to tell Mr. Brown about a strange situation in the living room. He doesn’t believe them at first, but later discovers that they’re telling the truth–much to his surprise. Children will enjoy reading the easy words and looking at the beautiful pictures and will ask to read this book again and again.
Jump on the Bump
A Funny Story For Young Kids
“Jump on the Bump” is one in a series of picture books for young children. It focuses on a specific set of sounds and letter combinations while telling a funny story. In the book, two children find a new way to play in the forest, but to their surprise, the object of their amusement turns out to be something much bigger and meaner looking. Young readers will love the colorful pictures as they read to find out how the two kids deal with a difficult.
Drip, Drip, Drop
This book gives children a fun way to read and practice word and letter recognition. Its rhyme patterns help kids learn common sound-letter associations in word families. The story leads up to a surprise ending, keeping students’ interest until the very end. Children will want to read it again and again.
A fun story about working together, written almost entirely in one-syllable words! Gives children reading practice through repetition, rhythm, and word play. A fun story with engaging illustrations. Gives children confidence reading about a boy and girl who work together well.
The A Book
The E Book
The I Book
The O Book
The U Book
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