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“A Website Made by an English Teacher for English Learners.”

Free English Books

Cover of the book 'Danny the Dragon' showing a happy dragon eating a mango, with bright colors and playful illustrations.

Danny the Dragon

Danny the Dragon is a captivating early reader book for children aged 6 to 8. It follows Danny, a dragon who loses his fire, on his

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Bheema the Sleepyhead is a fun story about a donkey named Bheema who just can't wake up on time. His friends try to help him find a way to get up early.

Bheema, The Sleepyhead

Bheema the Sleepyhead is a delightful early reader book for children aged 3 to 5. It follows Bheema the donkey as he struggles to wake up

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The Moon and the Cap

“The Moon and the Cap” is a delightful book perfect for children. It tells the magical story of a child who receives a shiny red cap.

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Our Mission

Speaking English has quickly become the most desired skill among companies looking to hire new talent.

Free english books

Why is that?

It’s because English is now the global business language! And it’s not only for business, but also how nations communicate with each other.

We believe that communication is the key to uniting our world and constructing a world that your children will be able to live in peacefully.

That’s why we created WeRead English, to help parents teach their children English. 

Many of the Moms and Dads out there speak very little English or don’t even know a single word, so we’ve developed a site that gives YOU (Mom and Dad) the tools you have been looking for.

The tools to teach your child to read and speak English.

Who is WeRead English?

We are an organization that provides 100% FREE books that you and your children can use to learn English! 

But these aren’t ordinary books… we have added symbols and images above each word. This way, if you don’t know the meaning of the word you can look at the word-image to understand what it means.

How Does It Work?

  1. Choose a FREE English book to read.
  2. Read the book.
  3. Listen to the audio (coming soon).
  4. Read the book again, then…
  5. Share your child’s progress with your friends.
  6. Find a new book!

How does this method help you learn English?

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