Over the past week I have answered the same question many times, so it must be a trending topic in Oakland right now:
My second grader wants to read Diary of a Wimpy Kid but doesn’t read chapter books yet. Do you have any suggestions?
I borrowed The Sorcerer’s Apprentice DVD from the library and my kid loved it. Now she wants to read the book, but she isn’t a strong reader. Do you have any suggestions?
I want to read a book with my child but I am not the best reader, do you have any suggestions?
I want read with my child in English, but I need help with my pronunciation, what do you suggest?
Every one of these questions can be answered with the same answer:
Read along with an audio book!
An audiobook, otherwise known as a recorded book, is an audio recording of a talented thespian (that is a fancy word for actor)