We’re using Alpha-Phonics and it’s going well, but we haven’t found any readers or books that she likes. We’ve used the Alpha-Phonics readers but she doesn’t think those are “real books” so we tried BOB books because everyone seems to love those and she hated those too. Any others?retrofamParticipant
Biscuit books (about a dog) were recommended on another list.retrofamParticipant
Child 1st has funny readers, but they are a little pricey.
Christian Light readers are a favorite at our house.RoslynParticipant
We also really like Christian light learning to read readers they do use some sight words along with phonics. This is most aparent in the first reader.
Others we like are flyleaf books to remember by laura appleton smith ( look for them used off eBay or amazon). And I see Sam (free to read on the internet)Alysee123Participant
We found Flyleaf Readers from the library and she loves them! I’m tempted to buy them but they are pricey.RoslynParticipant
I found several of them used. Try to look up the individual titles (you can find these listed on the flyleaf website) or the phrase “flyleaf books to remember” on eBay and amazon and albris. I found several of them for about 3.50 to 4.00 a piece including shipping. This way you can buy the titles you like when you want them.MelissaParticipant
So pleased to see this question posed! I have asked this same question in the past but had no success. My daughter is around lesson 75 and is also less-than thrilled with the Alpha-Phonics readers although the program seems to be working well. I love how simple and inexpensive it was to purchase. Looking forward to finding the books suggested here.
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