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Literacy Begins At Home

Reading is the foundation of literacy, however, the love of reading develops over the years when good literature is available for the reading and listening pleasure of children.

Literacy begins at home by reading to children, and there is no better way of developing their future reading skills than by reading to them throughout their childhood. Children need to hear and eventually read stories that are guaranteed to teach good morals, ethics, and values. They also need stories for pleasure, laughter and fun.

Through literature, children learn about people who contribute something of value to others' lives, who make hard decisions and who have the courage to overcome adversity. Children need heroes and role models, and literature is one of the best ways to teach these values.

We hope that you will enjoy our selections. From the classics to contemporary stories, they represent some of the best of imagination and fun.

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third-Fifth Grades

Ages 10-13

Ages 12-15

Ages 14-18