NOW OFFERING DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES!

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NEW PARTNERING WITH PARENTS SERIES!

PARENTS, JOIN US FOR THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS DEDICATED TO YOU!

FEBRUARY 6th: Developing Young Minds with Rebecca Shore, Ed.D, Author and UNCC professor

FEBRUARY 26th: Debunking the Myths of Dyslexia and Multisensory Strategies to Support with Jennie Roberts, M.Ed., Owner of Open Mind Literacy and Queen’s University professor

COMING IN MARCH: Beatrice Moise, M.S., BCCS, owner of A Child-Like Mine, LLC, Parenting Coach, Cognitive Specialist, Writer

Contact us for details: info@ballantynereading.com

CONTINUING STUDENTS:
10% discount for siblings and referrals! No registration fee for literacy classes or summer camps!

NEW STUDENTS:
Register for Winter 2019 classes by December 15th and we’ll waive your registration fee!

Meet the Illustrators

Zoe Ranucci

So much fun learning how writers and illustrators work together at our Meet the Illustrator event with Zoe Ranucci! See more photos from the event here.

Other Events

We went on a StoryWalk

More Scenes from our Workshops:

Missed out on the fun? Check back soon for the date and time of our next Special Event!

Click here to see what Charlotte Smarty Pants says about Ballantyne Reading Academy!

Check out these scenes from our 2016  Open House celebration!

Meet the Authors

E.K. Smith

Check out these photos from our workshop with E.K. Smith, author of Alien Dude and the Attack of Wormzilla!

Christy Lynn Allen

Christy’s Samantha Green series are favorites of ours! Check out scenes from her Meet the Author workshops and summer camps!

Jillian L. Nowlan

Jillian shared her delightfully charming children’s book My Propeller Plane.

Click here to see photos of this fun event!

Christina Berkau Pope

We had so much fun finding our way around Charlotte with Christina Berkau Pope’s ABC Charlotte and 123 Charlotte! What an awesome adventure for our young guests!

Free! The word and the thought alone were worth fifty blankets. He was warm from end to end as he thought of the jolly world outside, waiting eagerly for him to make his triumphal entrance, ready to serve him and play up to him, anxious to help him and to keep him company, as it always had been in days of old before misfortune fell upon him.

– Toad in The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame