I loved this set of books and game that can appeal to many ages. We get to read about Luke and Lily and a few of their adventures and also learn compound words. The books are sweet as we see how much they love each other and get along.
This was a great way to get my daughter to want to learn how to read so she could play too. The books were a perfect introduction to the game. Would definitely suggest to get them together.
It was so refreshing to read a children’s book without sarcasm. It was so positive and sweet.
We absolutely enjoy this set. We play as family and have so much fun. Kids adore the stories and even my 3 year old plays the cards. For her is more of a picture memory gane rather than a compound words game. I appreciate that she doesn’t feel left out and can learn playing alongside her siblings.
Living in a lighthouse on Firefly Island is packed with adventure and fun for Luke and Lily, but the twins also face disappointment and learn heartwarming lessons about helping one another and finding beauty in unexpected setbacks. The vibrant watercolor illustrations pair with simple yet beautifully structured words and sentences geared for young readers to build confidence and a love of reading. Couple the book set with the Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse Compound Words matching game for an enjoyable literary experience any child will love!
Luke and Lily are twins living in a lighthouse on Firefly Island. Their adventures rescuing a sea turtle, bringing a lost kitten to its owner, growing a garden, and making a new friend bring this delightfully illustrated series to life.
The Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse series incorporates a variety of compound words and other literacy principles to reinforce and expand early reading skills.
Luke’s Adventures 68 pages
Lily’s Pumpkins 72 pages
The Luke and Lily of the Lighthouse: Compound Words memory game teaches compound words in a fun, engaging way with lighthouses beautifully illustrated by Ecaterina Leascenco. The game also expands memory and brain function for developing minds.
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