- Personalisation: each book is personalised with the child’s name and gender plus the name and gender of a helper (e.g. Mum, Dad, sister, brother, Aunty, Grandpa – you can pick whoever you want)
- Font: OpenDyslexic — this font makes the book easier for children to read
- Dimensions: 20 x 20 cm
- Pages: 40
- Material: semi-gloss, flexible card that is better able to stand up to exploring fingers than paper is
- Cover: you can choose between softcover and hardcover
- Shipping timeframe: 2-5 weeks for Australian delivery addresses – because this is a personalised product, shipping takes a little longer as your new book cannot be printed in advance
- Shipping destination: we currently only ship to Australian addresses but if you would like to place an order for delivery to an address outside Australia, please get in contact and we can provide an obligation-free, custom shipping quote
Guide for parents and carers
Homophones can be very difficult for children to master and ‘there, their and they’re’ are no exception. In fact, many adults get these words confused on a daily basis too, mostly because they didn’t master these words when they were children.
But learning to use homophones doesn’t have to be difficult or boring. All it takes is simple explanations and examples packaged in a fun way so that children have an enjoyable learning experience that they actually want to repeat.
That’s where this book comes in. When four dragons go missing, your child will search high and low for them only to find they have snuck off to learn about the homophones ‘there, their and they’re’. The dragons will then playfully teach your child about the meanings of these tricky words before promising to hunt down the meanings of other homophones in future adventures.
Children who are learning to read and write will enjoy sharing this fun story with their parents and carers. Even better, the book is personalised with their name so they can really feel like they’re part of the action. This book will support your child’s learning so they don’t grow up struggling with these words. It will also prime them for more adventures with the four dragons as they battle witches to discover the difference between ‘witch, which, sandwich and sandwich’ and sail the high seas in an effort to differentiate between ‘whether and weather’. This, and the other stories in this series, will quickly become favourite volumes in your child’s learning library.