Reading is an integral part of a child’s education. However, it can be difficult for those with learning differences, such as dyslexia. 

It is important for those that have learning differences to receive the right intervention for their specific needs. Educational therapy integrates cognitive therapy with academic remediation. The goal is to build competent and confident learners. 

As students begin the process of remediation for reading difficulties I highly encourage audiobooks. Once a student has mastered decoding skills it is great to encourage their reading skills. It can be a challenge to find books that are within their abilities. It is important they are reading words that are decodable and intermixed with high-frequency words. 

Here are some books that I have found to be a great place to start building confidence outside of educational therapy sessions. If you are not sure which books would best fit your child’s skill level, reach out to your educational therapist to find the best place to start.

Early Decodable Books:

Kent Family Series:

Spelling Pen Series:

Other Decodeable Books:

Five Let’s Go Series:

**Books increase in difficulty each book**

Five Chapter Book Series:

**Books increase in difficulty each book**

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