Mary Navia: mother of 2 children

Love to Read version 1 is pure genius.  My son, a preschooler, loves to watch "Love to Read".  He has so much fun watching it and at the same time sounding out every letter and little story that comes with it. The little characters are full of life that it even attracts my 7 year old daughter to watch "Love to Read".   It is a great learning tool for young children!   Highly recommend it!!!

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Annette Guionnet: Kunsttherapeutin


Kinder, das muss man gesehen haben ! Das Alphabet wird in hinreissenden,
kleinen Scenen zum Leben erweckt
und die Buchstaben wachsen dem Betrachter (mir) buchstaeblich ans Herz.Diese
fabelhafte Wirkung wuensche ich
allen Kindern im Alter von 2 - 6, die in den Genuss dieser wunderschoenen
DVD kommen.
Annette Guionnet

Friday, 18 February 2011

Sven Bodin: designer

So nicely done with so much love.
Mit Liebe fürs Detail. Ganz tolles Geschenk für toddler!

Friday, 18 February 2011

Simone Frey: Mother

lovetoread ist super. Die Animationen sind ganz anregend. Schön wäre es,
wenn die nächste Version interaktive Spiele beinhalten würde, an denen die
Kinder Ihr erlerntes ausprobieren können.
Alles Gute für die nächste DVD. Ganz herzliche Grüße aus Hamburg

Friday, 18 February 2011

Claudia Brachtl: acupuncturist

Ich finde die LovetoRead DVD ganz toll! Ein wunderbares Geschenk fuer kleine und auch nicht so kleine Kinder.
Auch Erwachsene haben Spass sich die DVD anzuschauen. Die Animation ist wirklich kuenstlerisch wertvoll und die Musik ist klasse!
Ein tolles Geschenk!!

Friday, 18 February 2011

Daniela Kostruba: teacher

Die LovetoRead DVD ist echt gelungen und mal etwas ganz anderes!  Wahre Kunst!
Warum?  Die im Film verwendeten Materialien stammen aus der Lebenswelt der Kinder, die zu Buchstaben umfunktioniert werden.  Die bunten, verrückten Buchstaben werden lebendig und erzählen dann mitreißende Geschichtchen. Es ist sehr kreativ und  ansprechend gestaltet und extrem süß zum Anschauen.  Bestens geeignet für  Grundschullehrer zur Einführung des Alphabets.

Friday, 18 February 2011

Janet Friesen: love to read

My 5  1/2 year old loved it and my 18 month was hooting at it. very creative and fun for all of us. It's a super fun way to learn!


Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Guest: Katie Cleary, LAc, LMT

We LOVE the Love to Read series!!!  Our niece and nephew adore watching it and my sister has really noticed that their reading and interest in reading has improved.  We got an extra copy for my new nephew for someday because it's SO good. 

I really admire and respect the artwork of Ulrike...always phenomenal, always fun and whimsical. Truly unique.

Thank you so much!!

Thursday, 04 November 2010

Guest: Creative, fun, inspiring and instructive!

Theo who is 5 1/2 enjoyed the home-made look of the letters and wanted to make the lion! This is a program we can watch over and over and always find something new to look at. Creative, fun, inspiring and instructive!

Janet Friesen

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

guest: great tool to mix into the love for learning


I recently bought the Love to Read DVD with alphabet letters and small words... It's a really nice DVD! My 11 month old son is enjoying it.  We watch the My Baby Can Read series, and as he's learning to read, this is a great tool to mix into his love for learning. Thank you!  Racquel Roberts

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Anne-Deal Wise Mommy: Great DVD for little learners!

My son just loves everything to do with letters.  Everywhere we go, he is calling out letters he can see!  He has even started to spell words.  Each week, I find he knows how to spell a new word!  It is amazing since he is only 3 as of the end of June.   I was contacted to review the 1st DVD from the Love To Read series called “Alphabets & English Words”.  My son does love movies, so I of course said yes!   We tend to visit family often, which an hour away, so he gets to watch his movies on the way down and back.  I popped in this DVD and his eyes were glued until the end.  Through out the movie new words are shown and my son would repeat them!  The video teaches all the letters and a word to go along with each letter!  The video is made using items all around the house.  I found that to be pretty neat to look at!  They make objects and words out of Coffee Cups, beads, rice, and so much more.    I am hoping my son will learn some new words as well as how to saw W.  He just says it in a really long funny way!  (as he says double woo woo woo).  This is a great DVD to use to teach your kiddos the Alphabet in a fun way!

-Anne(Deal Wise Mommy)


Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Joao Serro: an explosion of visual fun

Love to Read version 1 is an explosion of visual fun for any preschooler.  Every letter appears as a self contained little story with a surprise of colors and shapes that breath life into the entire alphabet. I would recommend this valuable DVD learning tool to any parent or Preschool.

Joao Serro
CEO of Grail Design, Print and Web Design firm

Friday, 30 July 2010

Denice Dir: highly recommend this DVD for children of all ages and abilities!"


"As a mother of a three year old daughter with expressive language delays, I am constantly searching for something that will appeal to her visually, while helping her absorb language related skills. Amelie was instantly charmed by the hand-made characters and we were both fascinated by the transforming, easy-to-follow vignettes.  After watching one segment, she turned to me and began talking about "Big 'T' and little "t". I think that response speaks for itself!!  I highly recommend this DVD for children of all ages and abilities!"
Denice Dir, mother and fashion-designer http://tiny-whispers.blogspot.com

Friday, 23 July 2010

Joan Fernandez: cheerful learning tool

Spinning, traveling and forming -- alphabet letters come alive in this wonderful dvd that seamlessly combines letter shapes and sounds into words both familiar and unusual for children. Both toddlers and pre-kindergarten children are quietly captivated by the motion and imagination expressed in this colorful, cheerful learning tool – agreat building block for children to begin learning to read!   Joan Fernandez Marketing executive, Edward Jones

Friday, 23 July 2010

Cheri Clampett: The DVD's images are engaging and fun to watch

Love to Read is a DVD that was inspired and created by mother and artist Ulrike Kerber. The DVD's images are engaging and fun to watch, making learning to read enjoyable and entertaining for children. It's so well done that you and your children will never get tired of watching it!

Cheri Clampett co-author of the Therapeutic Yoga Kit.

Monday, 21 June 2010

Christine M. Grimm: A fresh and creative product!

As a mother and Kindermusik educator, I appreciate the stimulation offered by the Love to Read DVD. It's a fresh and creative approach that even adults can enjoy.

Christine M. Grimm, Singer, songwriter and voice coach

Monday, 21 June 2010

Dan Snyder: Wow, this is so fun!

My kids love it because they've had super first impressions of letters and the fun worlds letters can open up for them. I can't wait for the next DVD!

Dan Snyder, Head of Product Development

Monday, 21 June 2010

Corinna Schmidt: The DVD is fantastic!

It does not only teach children to read, it also kindles their creativity through using hand made, cleverly fabricated characters and whimsical story lines to make reading fun from the beginning.

Corinna Schmidt, Kindergarten educator and Ayurvedic Thearpist

Monday, 21 June 2010

Sharon Wilcox: Love to Read is a must-have resource for children aged 2 - 6.

This research-based video is unique in its clever design and top-notch production. It is sure to charm children into the wonderful world of reading. I highly recommend it!

Sharon Wilcox, M.S. CCC
Speech Pathologist and Learning Specialist

Monday, 21 June 2010

Jim Hurley: CEO & founder lessonplanet.com

The "Love to Read" Series is a creative, innovative and wonderful resource for teachers and parents to help kids learn to love reading.

Monday, 21 June 2010

Gloria Snyder: What fun to watch this delightful DVD!

Its presentation of letters in many familiar materials helps make the alphabet familiar, too. The groupings of words in categories, "I love to cook", "I love to eat", wild, farm and water animals leads the viewer towards reading comprehensive skills! I highly recommend Love to Read, #1!

Gloria Snyder, former Kindergarten teacher

Monday, 21 June 2010

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