Learning to Read with U-CAN Dictionary – Giveaway

For as long as I can remember, I have always read. I am not exactly sure at which age I learned but I always remember having and reading many books. I can’t imagine not being able to read, however there are many people young and old who have never picked up a book, can’t read at all or their reading ability is limited to few words.

U-CAN Dictionary was created by Justin and Annmarie Page (lifetime friend) with the assistance of friends and family (Hubby and I included) to help people of all ages achieve the goal of learning to read with “The Self Teaching Dictionary.” It was a long hard road to finish a dream that became a reality when the dictionary was finally published.


U-CAN is compiled of basic words with basic meanings to help you begin. Starting with the ABC’s. Each page is filled with 1, 2 3..11 letter words all in alphabetical order, with word games and more to make this a fun learning experience. Once you know a few small words, you can expand those words to create longer letter words. example : at – rat- brat, crate and so on.. It is that simple.


My hubby (pictured above) can’t spell very well however he has become a better speller/reader and is able to find words with ease, using the U-CAN Dictionary.

Click to learn more through Interviews with local media, view a sample and order a copy of your own U-CAN Dictionary from Inclusion Press

Summer is almost over and that means Back to School. What better way to start off the school year and Literacy month with a copy of U-CAN Dictionary. The creators would like to give away 2 copies of U-CAN Dictionary to aid someone in achieving there goals. Two Canadian readers can win a copy by entering in the form below.

Good Luck and Happy Reading!


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7 Responses to Learning to Read with U-CAN Dictionary – Giveaway

  1. Amber says:

    I think everyone in my family of 6 would use the U-CAN dictionary. 🙂
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  2. Julie G. says:

    I think it would be a great reference book to have around – we’d all use it!

  3. sarah stickney says:

    for my son

  4. Florence Cochrane says:

    I would give it to my son for his family. It would be a great tool for his children.

  5. eleanor says:

    The whole family will be using this

  6. I would be the one using the dictionary. My Mother is an English teacher and my husband usually acts as my dictionary. Thanks for hosting and posting this to my weekly Giveaway Linky (http://www.journeysofthezoo.com/search/label/Giveaway%20Linky).

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  7. elizabeth ward says:

    I would use it the most as I’m an avid reader and writer. But I may give it to my brother because he slipped through the cracks in school and never properly learned to read or write and now that he has kids he usually finds excuses not to read to them. But I told him and my sisterinlaw that I was the same but taught myself to read by having a huge copy of websters dictionary next to me as I read chapter books throughout late public school and throughout high school.