Why Should You Help to Develop Their Love of Reading? CD books can help

Why Should you help to develop their love of reading?

  1. It helps them to be able to solve math problems.

  2. It helps them to answer social studies questions.

  3. It helps them to read, understand and learn about science and perform experiments and log down the results.

  4. It helps them to understand what is in their textbooks.

  5. It helps them to learn and understand different languages, grammar, learn about the world and everything around them.

  6. It helps them later on to be able to read newspapers, magazines and other documents such as legal documents, work documents…

  7. And of course, it helps them to develop their listening skills, reasoning and language skills and to build their vocabulary.


Children who are read to the most or read the most are the best readers, whether they are poor or rich, live in the city or in the country.

Make it fun. They do things over and over again if they like it.  Start when they are infants.   Read to them every day for about 15 to 20 minutes, cuddle with them, calm them to create that love of reading.  The more words they hear and say, the more they will be able to read and write.

Even if the child goes to school, it is important for the parents to read to their child at home. These books help to develop their vocabulary, their listening skills, their eye hand co-ordination and their love of reading.  The more they read, the more they will want to know.  You are the most important person in the education of your child.  He spends more time at home than anywhere else.  So, doesn’t it make sense that it takes teamwork from both parents and teachers ?

Children who are surrounded by lots of reading material have the highest reading score.  When your child is watching tv, turn on the closed-captioning.  They will learn and understand the connection and absorb the sight of the words and their sounds.

Use CDs or audio books if you don’t have the time to read to them.  It’s great to have them in the car. They are great for those where English is a second language or where the parents have a reading disability.

Here are some selections of audio books:

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“Baby’s First Christmas” – for 6 months and up – a sturdy board book with enchanting pictures and Christmas musical CD for their first Christmas.


“Sing-Along Nursery Rhymes” with CD

“Book of Bible Stories” for age 2 and up –  Hardcover book with a selection of Bible stories – easy to read, with CD, delightful sound effects, for beginning readers to gain confidence to read by themselves.


“Complete Book of Farmyard Tales” C/V and CD – for age 2 and up. –  Collection of several stories all in one book with CD.

“Gulliver’s Travels with CD” for age 5 and up. For more CD books.

Little Ballerina Dancing Book with CD  for age 3 and up

  Little Book of Train Stories with CD for age 4 and up


“The Princess and the Pea CD Pack” for age 5 and up – exciting  stories, easy reading, lively music, dramatic sound effects and superbly characterized reading.

Ted and Friends with CD for age 4 and up

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Usborne Books and Kane Miller Books are the best children’s books for infant, toddler, up to young adult. Also, includes parent’s guides. If you value the education system, teach them early. Read to them and talk to them in regular conversation as early as after birth. A parent raising a reader is the first teacher. Check the book reviews, the sales, the job opportunities for extra income from a home business. I am an education consultant who can help you, your school, library, or teacher find the best books to get a message across. Children who learn in bits and pieces retain more information and learn things easier. Learning can be fun and reading is educational.  All found here at our new website . Schools and libraries can Register here.


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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. suesbooks
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 10:05:34

    October was a very busy month for me and I did not have time to post an entry. I hope to be able to have time this month to make up for that. Thank you for reading. Let me know if this is helpful to you.
    Happy reading!


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