Just-Right Books For Beginning Readers

Based on Libby Curran's award-winning books, Reading Train apps offer a huge collection of funny fiction and fascinating non-fiction books on the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, animals, and science. Reading Train apps do more than teach kids how to read, they help kids learn about the world and gain the foundational skills to succeed later in school. New books will be added frequently for in-app subscribers.


Groundbreaking Quiz Game

After reading a book, Reading Train apps generate a unique set of quiz questions presented as the Train Game that assess children's understanding of what they just read. The quiz includes spelling, sentence completion, word matching and reading comprehension in an absorbing game. 

Each level of books has a carefully calibrated quiz that meets the unique needs of a student at that given level. As children continue through the collection, they acquire vocabulary, phonics skills and sight words to take them from beginning reading to reading independence.

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450+ Word Audio Dictionary, Song Books and More!

Our audio dictionary, with illustrations and audio definitions provides kids with the opportunity to learn more about the words they are reading with a simple definition that is read aloud when tapped. 

Besides a FREE, powerful dictionary, we offer kids access to a large collection of song books. For every book read and quiz game completed, children earn coins that they can spend in the music store. They can listen to songs and even record themselves singing along. 

The Tools a Child Needs to Succeed

Tap on any word to get a detailed explanation, including a definition and image, empowering children to read completely independently. On the parents' page, adults can view books read, overall scores and scores broken down by book and question type. Question types include matching, sentences, spelling and comprehension. With an unlimited number of profiles allowed, teachers can share an iPad with all of the students in a class and monitor their individual progress.