Today, Reading Horizons released the all new Reading Horizons v5 software for use at home. The software is designed for struggling readers age 10 to adult.  For the first time Reading Horizons is offering an online subscription of the software.  The software will still be available for purchase as a DVD but for people who want access to the software immediately the online version is a great option. The online version will also increase the accessibility of the program to English Language Learners outside of the United States. 

Reading Horizons v5 is the most robust software to meet your literacy needs and includes:

*81 interactive lessons that are fully narrated and guide the students through the decoding skills

*Over 10,000 vocabulary terms with definition, context sentence and picture

*Over 225 high interest reading passages on topics from Elvis to Talk like a pirate day. These passages are designed to improve fluency and comprehension

*Reports for parents or end-users to review and see progress

Reading Horizons has helped thousands of individuals overcome the challenges that arise from a lack of literacy skills. One user, 52-year-old Larry McCall from New York, who said: “There is no greater joy than the joy of achieving something that means a lot to you. ... You can learn to read!" View his full story ›

Now, for the first time ever you can try Reading Horizons v5 free! See for yourself what all the buzz is about. Register for the free 7 day trial or Reading Horizons v5.This easy to use program is guaranteed to increase reading grade levels.

In response to why Reading Horizons decided to offer a 7 day free-trial of the reading program, company president, Tyson Smith said: “Reading Horizons has decided to create a free trial to help end-users see the value of the program. We know the program is effective and is the solution to the reading problems of many struggling readers, but we want to assure parents and end-users that this is the case. I am confident the free trial will confirm the value of our reading program to those who participate.”