Charge into Reading Decodable Readers

Not just books your child CAN read. Books your child will WANT to read.

Dear Parents

The words “decodable reader” can feel confusing and overwhelming. I used to feel the same way. Then I learned that decodable text simply means words your child has the ability to sound out.

That’s it! If your child can sound out a word, then the word is decodable to them.

Find out what makes us different from early readers and other decodable books.

What can your child read today?

Every child’s reading skills are different. What is decodable to one child may not be to another. Ask yourself the following questions about your child:

  • Does your child recognize uppercase and lowercase letters?
  • Does your child know their letter sounds?
  • Can your child blend (sound out) 2- and 3-letter words, or are they getting ready to?

If you answered yes to all of these, your child is ready to begin with our decodable readers.

We are not a curriculum. Our decodable books are meant to support your child's learning, fluency, and comprehension. They are not meant to replace a school-based or homeschooling curriculum.