Four Read Along Resources for Parents and Caregivers

A family of four gathers around a book. A young girl in a pink shirt points to the page.

Did you know that LPCPL has several options for reading along with a book? Reading along with an audio track can help readers further their skills and gain confidence in reading. Ready to find some resources?

LPCPL has a growing collection of picture books on dvd. These dvds follow along with a story in words and animation. These books include fiction, such as Lulu the Llamacorn, as well as nonfiction, such as The Youngest Marcher: the Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a Young Civil Rights Activist.

There are also several VOX books, which are popular titles that have the audio component built into the book. VOX books read along as the pages are turned. Some VOX titles include I’ll Love You Till the Cows Come Home and Home for a Penguin, Home for a Whale.

In addition, LPCPL has easy books that include an audio CD. Titles with book and CD include Lu and the Swamp Ghost and The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything.

To easily find these readalongs in our catalog, use the following subject terms to search:

If you can’t make it in to grab a physical book or dvd, consider using Scholastic Bookflix. This online resource contains books on a variety of subjects and lets readers watch stories and read along in books on the screen! 

Posted on March 22, 2022

by Jeanene Wolf

Jeanene Wolf

Jeanene Wolf

Jeanene is the Cataloger in Technical Services at La Porte County Public Library. Since beginning work at the library in 2016, she has been a customer service specialist in circulation, a materials processor in Technical Services, and is super excited to now be cataloging. In her previous lives, she has been an after-school teacher, a high school English teacher, and an elementary librarian. In her free time (ha, ha! what’s that?!), she likes to read mysteries, watch sci-fi shows on Netflix, and plan her next trip – a Star Trek cruise, perhaps.
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