My youngest is almost five and is turning into a little bookworm. He loves working on his phonics at school and, excuse me whilst I boast, is rather good at them; he's had three separate awards bestowed upon him for his hard work with phonics.
This Read at Home Floppy Phonics collection is something that he will love, so I've just ordered a set. I'm not sure who will get more enjoyment out of them, him or me? Him learning how to read or me listening to my baby get to grips with reading all by himself.
The stories are short and feature the popular characters from the Oxford Reading Tree series; there are bright illustrations along with questions at the end to test comprehension and encourage children to discuss what they have read, in addition to this there are simple word games too to reinforce everything they've learned.
There are lots of other books available from RedHouse and delivery is free if you spend over £15, so it might be worth looking around to see if any other titles catch your eye. If not, then there's a single item delivery charge of £1.95.