Suggested Reading

One of the questions I often get from my students is “what should I read?” That is not a very easy question to answer because people’s tastes, as well as their reading levels, are different.

My main tip in this regard is to read something that you enjoy, and also something that won’t send you to the dictionary every few words! Reading should be fun, not work.

I often suggest starting with children’s books as the language is often simple enough for the language student to understand, but yet realistic enough for the language learner to exposed to how the language is used by native speakers in every day situations. I call this “The English Tiger in the Jungle.”

On this page I will post some suggestions – but they are only suggestions. You can check out my “resources” section for more information about where you can find good reading material. Both free and for purchase.

I will continue to add things to this page so, check it often!



One of the cool things about this book is that it is Interactive. The reader can decide how things continue at particular points in the story. How cool is that!

Another cool thing is that you can Download The Book For Free!

How do you make little children fall in love with a book? How about giving them the chance to choose what will happen inside? The opportunity for a child and a parent to play together and make the decisions that will shape the fairy tale is something you will not find anywhere else.

The book sparks the imagination of children with nearly a hundred ways to be read and helps them understand how their choices shape their reality with twenty different endings. In only two years, “The Big Adventure of the Little Gremlin” went through four reprints and received seven nominations and awards.