New Early Readers!

Early readers are very popular for kids who are just learning to ready independently, and for good reason! They instill confidence in young readers while progressively helping them build their reading skills. These new arrivals give children great visual cues, include words that are easy to decode, and are at just the right levels for emerging readers, whether they are just beginning to read or want a bit more of a challenge:

Boss for a DayBoss for a day / by Tomie De Paola

Moffie is ten minutes older than her twin brother, Morgie, and so she is always in charge, but when their mother says she is too bossy, Moffie decides to make Morgie boss for a day.

 

If I had a SnakeIf I Had a SnakeWe Read Phonics Series, Level 4 

Bruce is longing to have a snake for a pet, the only problem is that he’s not sure his mother will let him have one.

 

Robot ManRobot man/ by Paul Orshoski ; illustrated by Jeffrey Ebbeler
We Read Phonics series, Level 4

A boy and his dad build a robot man and their life is great. The robot does all their chores. It even makes them ice cream treats. Their robot does everything for them, but then robot man falls off the roof and everything goes wrong.

Harry Takes a BathHarry takes a bath / by Harriet Ziefert ; pictures by Mavis Smith

Harry Hippo takes a bath, plays in the water, and cleans up afterwards.

 

 

Dog on His BusDog on his bus / by Eric Seltzer ; illustrated by Sebastien Braun

Dog loves being a bus driver as he diligently drops off animal passengers at their stops.

 

If you’re looking for a great start to independent reading, come check out the early readers section for even more new arrivals

-Bronwen

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About CSL Children's Department

The Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library has a long tradition in the city. The library has many amazing features which includes a fantastic children's department. We thrive on providing the best service possible and making each library experience a positive one.
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