Reading Books for Early Readers Encourage a Love of Books
Reading books for early readers encourage youngsters to develop a love of books that will last a lifetime. Children in kindergarten through fifth grade systematically build their reading skills with these books in the classroom as they progress to higher levels. They read fictional stories as well as nonfiction and build their vocabularies and ability to comprehend complex sentences.
The fiction chapter books as well as the nonfiction books provide useful information for the children and help them learn more about real-life challenges and solutions. A chapter book might tell the story of a youngster who has asthma and is embarrassed to use his inhaler. Another of these books might focus on kids finding an injured bird and subsequently learning about wildlife rehabilitation centers. A nonfiction book might focus on topics such as dinosaurs, frogs, interesting occupations and activities youngsters enjoy.
Since different topics appeal to different children, a broad range of subjects are available in these books for early readers. Students will be able to read about nature, science, history, sports and more. Fiction structure includes mysteries, fantasy stories and books with positive messages. Some have recurring characters that children look forward to reading about in story after story. Publishers of readers for elementary school children know the kinds of story structure that youngsters tend to like best and the topics they find most appealing.