Last week we spoke to Helen Donovan, the literacy programme manager for Dyslexia Action, to find out more about their latest guide and what still needs to be done to address dyslexia. This week they’ve kindly provided us with their top books to help 5-8 year olds to become interested in reading, covering everything from funny books to read aloud to books with dyslexia-friendly features.
Read on for the full list of suggested children’s books:
Rollocking Rib-ticklers: Funny books to read aloud and share:
Super series to start building solo reading stamina
Animal Antics: Bedtime stories, facts and fun
Books with specific dyslexia-friendly features
To find out more about Dyslexia Action you can visit their website here.
You can view Dyslexia Action’s new guide which offers tips and suggestions to help children with reading here.
Which book did your child first find their love for reading with? Let us know in the comments box below.