Functional, interactive speech pathology therapy materials for children with very limited language skills and short attention spans are sparse. The Ready Set series of Interactive Holiday Stories has been designed by two pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists and used very successfully with children with hearing impairment, Down Syndrome, autism, cognitive impairment and expressive-receptive language delays and disorders. Children begin to learn language by talking about their world. In this series, children make pictures choices about things they like then compile their choices into a book to take home and share with their family. The introductory story, Ready, Set, ME, is about a child’s favorite things (e.g., favorite color, favorite animal, what the child likes to eat, etc.). It is a great way to start a therapy program or social skills group. Preschool and kindergarten teachers have also used it as a way to introduce children at the start the school year. The other stories in the series are more complex (e.g., include a listening component and holiday or seasonal vocabulary) but have the same format that even very young and/or language impaired children quickly understand. Parents have provided very positive feedback on the stories. Language concepts incorporated include WH questions, pronouns (he, she, I), sentence building, following directions, holiday vocabulary, memory, categorization and story-telling. Assembly requires lamination paper, a hole punch, and a ring.