Decodable Book Publishers

Partial List of Decodable Book Publishers—many of the decodables are part of reading programs

Comments are based on books that we are familiar with. If you have information you want to share about a particular series or publisher, feel free to email us at info@teachmykidtoread.com

95% Group Decodable Passages Parents or teachers can work with older kid requiring intervention through the passages that are organized into a few different skill levels, and include questions that promote comprehension.

All About Reading-We have never used this curriculum and series, but we have heard great things about the program, it is very popular with the home school community, and it is worth checking out if your child is struggling to read, and not getting the help they need in the schools.

Auburn University Free Decodable Books

Bob Books – Very Popular series for emergent and early readers. Loads of activities to help build early reading skills included on the inside cover and website. Libraries that are new to decodable books often start by ordering all of the Bob Books series.

Collins Big Cat Phonics Resources

Decodable Readers Australia-We have never reviewed these, but they are on the top of our list!

Dog on a Log Books-Written by a parent of a child with dyslexia, these books are organized to follow an explicit and systematic phonics system, and children can read the stories based on where they are in their mastery of phonics skills. The website has a lot of helpful resources, and there is a book for parents filled with resources. The parent book may be downloaded for free or ordered.

EPS Phonics Plus Readers

Fantastic Phonics

Flyleaf Emergent Readers-Flyleaf publishes beautifully illustrated books for early readers through more advanced readers. They have a well-defined scope and sequence that makes it easy to choose the right books for any reader. Flyleaf is another popular choice for libraries new to decodable books.

Go Phonics Readers

Go Phonics Decodable Storybooks

Half Pint Readers-Half Pint Readers include 36 books per set and books are around 7 pp. each. They gradually introduce new skills and provide continuous practice through controlled vocabulary. Each level is based on a different theme so there’s a story for all kids to enjoy.

High noon Fantasy Series, High Noon Moon Dog Series, High Noon Sound Out Chapter Books, High Noon Sound Out Nonfiction Series High Noon publishes a wide-range of books for struggling readers including decodable, high low,,,,,,

Hooked on Phonics

I See, I Spell, I Learn Readers

I See Sam Books

Junior Learning Decodable Readers

Little Learners Love Literacy

Maggie’s Phonics Readers

Miss Rhonda’s Readers / (Montessori-inspired approach and books)

Phonicbooks

Primary Phonics Storybook Sets

Reading A-Z Decodable Phonics Lessons

S.P.I.R.E. Readers

Saddleback TERL Phonics Book Sets

Simple Words Decodable Chapter Books

Sounds Write Initial Code Books and Printables

Starfall

Superkids-Comprehensive reading program with decodable books.

Teen & Adult Phonics (TAP) Library

The I See Sam Readers –

Voyager Sopris Power Readers and Supercharged Readers -These are small, consumable books that include a teachers manual. The stories build on skills from simple to more advanced and recurring characters build continuity.

More Coming Soon!