New ‘decodable books’ available at Brampton Library to help residents struggling to read

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Published November 16, 2023 at 1:23 pm

There’s a new collection of specialty books available at Brampton Library locations that can help those struggling with their reading skills.

The new “decodable books” are the latest addition to the Brampton Library’s accessible collections and are code-based or feature phonics that are designed to help new or struggling readers learn to read.

“They come in various levels to help build phonic knowledge gradually, making them a valuable tool for improving literacy skills,” the Brampton Library said in a release.

The books are available at all Brampton Library locations and the collection includes sets that readers can progress through. The entire collection can be viewed on the Library’s public catalogue and residents can reserve copies with and place holds with their Brampton Library card.

The new decodable books add to Brampton Library’s accessible collections which also include Daisy Audiobooks and Readers, Vox books, CELA DAISY Books on CD, C-Pen readers and more.

You can learn more about the Brampton Library’s decodable books and accessible collections by visiting www.BramptonLibrary.ca.

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