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Early readers are developed for children who are first learning their letters or perhaps even sounding out their first words.

Experts in reading, teaching, learning, or curricula create particular programs around the theory of reading that the publisher has chosen to embrace, often a phonics-based or whole-language-based theory.

Developing an early reader program in a publishing house includes creating vocabulary lists and deciding on parameters for story development and illustration, page counts, and more — all designed to make the child’s first reading experiences satisfying and logically progressive, and to encourage more reading.

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