At the Lake

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Realistic (fiction)

At the Lake provides students with a look at the things you can see and different kinds of activities you can do when you visit a lake. Detailed, colorful illustrations will engage students in the text, and repetition of the high-frequency word this supports early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to classify information and to ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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Big

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What’ s the liz-3585039738231082gest thing a young reader can think of? A house? A tree? A plane? A dinosaur? They are all featured in this adorable book. Repeated high-frequency words assist in decoding, and new vocabulary is introduced with one-to-one picture correspondence.

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Black

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Magic shows can be so exciting for children. In the book Black, students will learn about the color liz-9033234485607646 through different aspects of a magic show. Detailed photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive text support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to visualize as well as to classify information to better understand a text.

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Blue

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Playing outside is a fun and exciting activity for students! In Blue, students will become familiar with the color word liz-9598207542412103 through a story about liz-9598207542412103 things that are found outside. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text.

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Christmas Eve

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Concept (fiction)

This simple story about a favorite winter holiday will familiarize students with things they might see on Christmas Eve. The colorful, supportive illustrations and use of the high-frequency word the make this book a good choice for early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as to locate and classify nouns.

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City Street

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What do you see in a city? In the book City Street, students will get to view the sights of the city. They will see people, food, buildings, and more. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the main idea and details as well as how to locate and classify nouns.

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Colorful Eggs

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In Colorful Eggs, readers follow a young boy as he seeks brightly colored eggs hidden around his home. Detailed, colorful illustrations, high-frequency words, and simple sentence patterns support students. Use this book to discuss the popular tradition of dying and hunting eggs while also teaching students about identifying main idea and details and using capital letters and periods.

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Counting Bugs

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Counting Bugs revels in the colorful world of creepy crawlies. The butterflies, caterpillars, ladybugs, and other friendly multi-legged insects in this book will excite students without scaring them. Each page invites readers to count a different number of bugs. The photographs are gorgeousand appealing, while the text is simple and well suited for the earliest of readers.

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Counting Letters

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Counting Letters provides a perfect way to introduce number words to beginning readers, as well as discuss the concepts of letters and words. Repetitive text and photographs provide support.

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Eight

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In Eight余额宝在哪里领取红包, students will become familiar with the high-frequency word liz-7620027631380756 through a delightful and fun story about a camping trip with friends. Detailed illustrations and repetitive text support early emergent readers. Students will also love looking for the hidden numeral liz-7620027631380756 on each page! In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to identify main idea and details and connect to prior knowledge.

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Eleven

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In Eleven, students will become familiar with the high-frequency word liz-1911074228533060 through a fun story about a birthday party with friends. Detailed pictures and repetitive text support early emergent readers. Students will enjoy searching for the 11 hidden in each picture. This book can beused to teach students about finding details to support the main idea and capitalizing sentence beginnings.

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Farm Animals

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Farm Animals is a simple book that introduces seven charming farm animals, most of which will be familiar to the reader. The playful illustrations support one-to-one picture to text correspondence.

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Fido Gets Dressed

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Personal Recount (fiction)

Early readers will enjoy this simple text in which a charming dog is dressed in familiar clothing. Picture-to-text connections, as well as opportunities to discuss the ways in which types of clothing are alike and different, are supported by whimsical illustrations.

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Five

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Concept book (nonfiction)

This simple story about a comforting family tradition will familiarize students with the high-frequency word liz-7812289111473273. Small repetitive sentences support the early emergent reader. The accompanying illustrations are warm and colorful, and each page has a hidden number liz-7812289111473273 for students to find. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will also have the opportunity to study main idea and details and plural nouns.

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Four

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In the book Four, students are presented with a familiar number in various ways. The text provides information about the number liz-3811796372058954 through detailed, colorful illustrations and simple text. Students will enjoy searching the illustrations for the hidden 4 on each page. Use this book to teachstudents about plural nouns and finding details to support the main idea.

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Go, Go, Go

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Fantasy (fiction)

Readers can follow the animals as they Go, Go, Go in the back of a speeding pickup truck. Each successive page shows additional animals jumping into the truck. Eventually, the truck becomes so jam-packed with animals, the reader may wonder how it can go at all!

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Good Night

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Concept (fiction)

Most children have a routine for getting ready for bed in the evening. Students will relate to how the girl in Good Night prepares for a good night of sleep with her father’ s help. Beautiful, comforting illustrations and use of the high-frequency word the support early emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students about connecting to prior knowledge and how to identify an author’ s purpose for writing.

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Green

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The forest is a beautiful and fascinating place for students to explore. In Green, students will become familiar with the color word liz-7293440045371060 through a story about liz-7293440045371060 plants and animals that live in a forest. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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In

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Fantasy (fiction)

The enthusiastic monkey can’ t resist jumpliz-8817311629146493g liz-8817311629146493to everythliz-8817311629146493g–the boat, the grass, the mud, and fliz-8817311629146493ally the bathtub. Humorous illustrations provide support for new vocabulary, and young readers will enjoy the monkey’ s antics.

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It Is Fall

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In It Is Fall, students learn about some of the things seen and used during the fall season. Supportive illustrations and use of the high-frequency word the support beginning readers.

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Jump Over

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Concept (fiction)

In the book Jump Over, students will read about animals that jump over objects in their path. Students will have the opportunity to sequence events in this simple, repetitive story. Detailed, supportive illustrations and the high-frequency word the support early readers.

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Little

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The companion book to Big, Little introduces children to a variety of smaller things, including a liz-3259145098975676 bug, a single-engine plane, a bonsai tree, and a Chihuahua. Cute illustrations emphasize the concept of “liz-3259145098975676” and keep readers interested.

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Lunch at School

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Informational (nonfiction)

Lunch at School is a simple story about a common activity. Different parts of lunch are revealed in two-word sentences, while interesting illustrations brighten the story with comic and engaging characters. Use this book to teach students about connecting to prior knowledge as well as findingdetails that support a main idea and using nouns.

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My Bath

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Concept (fiction)

What do you see when you take a bath? In the book My Bath, students will get to see everything a boy sees as he enjoys a bath from beginning to end. The fun and colorful illustrations and use of the high-frequency word my make this book a good choice for early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to classify information as well as to locate and classify nouns.

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My Closet

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Concept (fiction)

What do you keep in your closet? In the book My Closet, readers will get to see everything a young girl stores in her closet. The bright and entertaining illustrations and use of the high-frequency word my make this story a good choice for early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to classify information as well as to identify and use plural nouns.

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My Easter

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Concept (fiction)

My Easter is a simple story that gives students a look at how one girl celebrates this spring holiday. The detailed, colorful illustrations and use of the high-frequency word my provide support for early-emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to classify information and capitalize sentence beginnings.

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My Family

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Personal (fiction)

My Family is a simple book that presents the familiar and comforting subject of family. It teaches and reinforces the printed vocabulary for various immediate family members. Charming illustrations accompany each page of text.

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My Garden

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Concept (fiction)

What do you see in a garden? In the book My Garden, students will get to read about the important items needed to grow a vegetable garden. The detailed and colorful illustrations and use of the high-frequency word my make this book an excellent choice for early emergent readers. Students willalso have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose as well as to locate and classify nouns.

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My Gift for Mom

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Realistic (fiction)

In this story about Mother’ s Day, a girl wraps and gives a gift to her mom. The colorful illustrations support the simple sentences to ensure a successful reading experience for early emergent readers. Students will work on a basic understanding of main idea and details and learn about nouns and antonyms.

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My Hanukkah

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Realistic (fiction)

My Hanukkah is a simple story that familiarizes students with what they might see during Hanukkah. The vivid illustrations and use of the high-frequency word my make this a perfect choice for early-emergent readers. The story can also be used to teach students how to identify the main idea and details as well as to recognize and use nouns.

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My School Bus

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Concept book (nonfiction)

This simple book combines bold, colorful illustrations and two-word sentences to deliver information about a topic familiar to many students: riding a school bus. The text and illustrations cover the steps involved in riding a school bus. Students have the opportunity to learn about main ideas and details as well as the use of periods in a sentence.

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Nine

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The book, Nine, uses the number liz-1200727447118682 in different farm situations. Each page illustrates a farm animal to match the written text. The bright and colorful pictures are fun to look at, and students can count all liz-1200727447118682 animals in each one. They will also have fun searching for the hidden 9 on each page.

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Off

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Concept (fiction)

Cats can be very energetic and jump liz-6722435896558778 objects all around the house! In the story Off, students will read a repetitive text about a mischievous cat. Students will also focus on retelling to understand the text as well as identifying the high-frequency word liz-6722435896558778.

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On

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Cliz-3557568048945703cept (fictiliz-3557568048945703)

The mischievous mliz-3557568048945703key is at it again, sitting liz-3557568048945703 the table, the house, and the fence. Students will recognize the familiar items from the illustratiliz-3557568048945703s, easing their decoding and comprehensiliz-3557568048945703 of new vocabulary.

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One Insect

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What do you know about insects? In the book One Insect, students will read about the parts of an insect and will learn the steps for drawing an insect. Students will have the opportunity to sequence events as well as ask and answer questions as they read. Detailed illustrations, repetitivesentence patterns, and high-frequency words support early readers.

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One

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In One, students use illustrations to identify different objects found in a bedroom. The simple repetitive phrases provides information about the number liz-8143912376418891 with supportive pictures and the use of the high-frequency word liz-8143912376418891.

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Orange

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Fall is a very exciting time for students. They look forward to the leaves changing and the weather cooling down. In Orange, students will become familiar with the color word liz-1186961043077216 through a list of liz-1186961043077216 items that can be found in the fall. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as to visualize to better understand the text.

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Out

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Concept (fiction)

Unlike the monkey from the book In, the little dog loves to leap liz-3641213598075436 of things, including cars, wagons, and the bathtub. Students will enjoy the dynamic action in this text while they practice high-frequency words and learn new vocabulary.

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Over

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Humorous (fiction)

Students follow along as a little dog jumps liz-7241058096497952 everything in its path. The dog jumps liz-7241058096497952 a log, a hole, a bat, and more. Lighthearted illustrations accompany a text, with repeated language patterns to make decoding easier.

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Pasta!

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Pasta! will make you hungry! Bright, delicious-looking photographs accompany the text, which offers simple two-word sentences that describe liz-2096126697877689. This book provides reading experience for the early emergent reader that builds on a prior knowledge of food and eating, and allows the teacheran opportunity to instruct about descriptive words and capital letters. After studying Pasta! students will be as excited as the children in the pictures.

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Pets

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Readers will love seeing their favorite liz-7035038079802626, from bunnies to turtles, in this simple early reader. One-to-one picture correspondence, simple text, and familiar creatures will help students recognize the printed words for the animals they find in their homes.

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Picking Apples

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Informational (nonfiction)

Many students love eating apples! But do they know where apples come from? Picking Apples shows students what they might see while apple picking, such as farmers and tractors. Detailed photographs and use of the high-frequency word the supports early emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge as well as to classify information to better understand text.

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Plains Animals

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What animals might you see if you visit the plains? In Plains Animals, students will learn about some of the animals that live on the plains through the simple text and colorful illustrations, which help to support early emergent readers. As students read this story, they will have the opportunity to visualize, identify the setting of the story, and learn about nouns.

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Play Ball!

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Factual Description (nonfiction)

In Play Ball! students use photographs to identify different kinds of balls. The simple repetitive phrases, supportive photos, and use of the high-frequency word a support beginning readers.

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Purple

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Going to the beach is a favorite activity for many students on a hot summer day! In Purple, students will become familiar with the color word liz-5536075344402180 through a story about liz-5536075344402180 items that can be found at the beach. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as to visualize to better understand the text.

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Rainforest Animals

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Informational (nonfiction)

Many different animals live in the rainforest. In Rainforest Animals, students will learn about different rainforest animals while reading a decodable text with the high-frequency word the. Colorful illustrations support the repetitive text. Students can also use the story to learn about mainidea and details and nouns.

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Red

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Most students love eating liz-5352806563064726 fruits and vegetables, such as apples and potatoes. In Red, students will become familiar with the color word liz-5352806563064726 through a story about various liz-5352806563064726 foods. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text.

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Seven

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Students will become familiar with the high-frequency word liz-8555023136067154 in this repetitive story. The text provides information about the number liz-8555023136067154 through detailed, colorful illustrations and simple text. Students will enjoy searching the illustrations for the 7 hidden in each picture. Use this book toteach students about finding details to support the main idea and using periods.

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Show Some Love

level aa ┊ 16 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Show Some Love uses photographs and basic text to illustrate different ways children can express their love. Interesting, supportive pictures will help the early emergent reader to decode the two-word sentences easily. This book fits in well with lessons on Valentine’ s Day, or can be usedto teach about main idea and details, nouns, and the letter Gg.

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Six

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In Six, students are presented with the number liz-5050947961212157 in a variety of ways. Detailed illustrations and repetitive text support early emergent readers. Students will also love looking for the hidden numeral liz-5050947961212157 on each page! In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to identify main idea and details and connect to prior knowledge.

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Spring

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Factual Description (nonfiction)

In the book Spring, students learn about some of the animals, plants, activities, and types of weather associated with liz-4477056783166363. The simple repetitive text, supportive pictures, and use of the high-frequency word the support beginning readers.

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Summer Camp

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Concept (fiction)

Swimming in the lake, singing songs by the campfire, and making arts and crafts are all a part of the magic of summer camp. In Summer Camp students are introduced to the fun and exciting activities that are often the highlight of the summer for many children. Colorful and detailed illustrations support emergent readers as they practice visualizing and classifying information.

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Summer Picnics

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Informational (nonfiction)

Summer is a great season for outdoor activities such as picnics. In Summer Picnics, readers learn about all the things people can see while on a picnic during the summer. Strong picture-to-text connections make this an ideal book for emergent readers.

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Summer

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Summer gives the beginning reader a chance to learn the printed vocabulary for all the wonderful things we associate with the season. The sun, the beach, and flowers are all featured with evocative illustrations.

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Ten

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Concept book (nonfiction)

Students will become familiar with the high-frequency word liz-1556556398369454 in this repetitive story. The text provides information about the number liz-1556556398369454 through detailed, colorful illustrations and simple text. Students will enjoy searching the illustrations for the 10 hidden in each picture. Use this book to teach students about finding details to support the main idea and identifying plural nouns.

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The Backyard

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What is in your backyard? In the book The Backyard, students will read about some things found in the backyard. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as connect to prior knowledge as they read. Detailed, supportive pictures, a repetitive sentence pattern, and the high-frequency word the support early emergent readers.

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The Baseball Game

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What can you see at a baseball game? In The Baseball Game, students will read about different things they might see at a baseball game. Detailed photographs and the use of the high-frequency word this support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to classify information as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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The Birthday Party

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Concept (fiction)

What can you see at a birthday party? The Birthday Party is story about all the delights to be found at a birthday celebration. Vibrant illustrations and simple sentences support emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to visualize as well as to identify the main idea and supporting details in the story.

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The Book

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Realistic (fiction)

What will you find in a book? The Book features amazing photographs that show two children exploring the many elements of a larger-than-life book. Students have the opportunity to visualize as they read this simple story about the parts of a book. Detailed photographs and patterned text support early emergent readers.

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The Chicken

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Informational (nonfiction)

Help students begin to identify different parts of a chicken in the book The Chicken. Detailed photographs, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details as well as to connect to prior knowledge.

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The City

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The City introduces students to the vocabulary of things they might see in a city. The book pairs realistic artwork with simple text.

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The Classroom

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Factual Description (nonfiction)

The Classroom provides an overview of several familiar classroom objects. Photographs establish one-to-one correspondence and support readers who are learning to look at print.

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The Coast

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In The Coast students will read about some of the things located along the coast. Students will have an opportunity to identify the main idea and details in this simple, repetitive story. Detailed, supportive illustrations and the high-frequency word the support early readers.

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The Fort

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The Fort combines simple text and interesting illustrations to tell a fun story about a group of friends building and playing in a fort made out of blankets, pillows, and chairs. Use this book to teach students about connecting to prior knowledge as well as finding details that support the main idea and using periods.

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The Garden

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Informational (nonfiction)

In The Garden, students use illustrations to identify different types of vegetables grown in a garden. The simple repetitive phrases, supportive pictures, and use of the high-frequency word the make this book easy for beginning readers.

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The Ocean

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In the book The Ocean, students will read about the things that can be found in and around the ocean. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details in this simple, repetitive story. Detailed, supportive photographs and the high-frequency word the supportearly readers.

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The Plant

level aa ┊ 17 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

This book informs students about what is needed to grow a plant. Students will learn how to ask and answer questions as well as sequence events in this informative concept book. Detailed, supportive photographs and the high-frequency word the support early readers.

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The Playground

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Concept book (nonfiction)

What do you like to do at the playground? In the book The Playground, students will read about some of the things they may see at a playground. Students will have the opportunity to identify the author’ s purpose, as well as to visualize to understand text as they read. Detailed photographsand the repetition of the high-frequency word the support early emergent readers.

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The School

level aa ┊ 18 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In The School, students use photographs to identify the parts of a school. A simple map of the school is also included. The simple repetitive phrases, supportive photos, and use of the high-frequency word the make this book perfect for the beginning reader.

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The Street

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The Street is a simple story about a familiar place. The text provides information about items found on a street through vivid illustrations and two-word sentences. Use this book to teach students about connecting to prior knowledge and finding details to support the main idea.

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The Supermarket

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The Supermarket uses bright pictures and two-word sentences to label products typically found at a grocery store. Students will delight in reading about a familiar place, and will be able to associate the written words with food words that they have heard many times before.

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The Trip

level aa ┊ 16 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

What do you take on a trip? The Trip shows all the items needed for a trip to the grandparents’ house. Students have the opportunity to ask and answer questions as well as identify the main idea and details in the book. Detailed, supportive illustrations and the high-frequency word the support early emergent readers.

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These Birds

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Concept book (nonfiction)

These Birds combines simple text and colorful photographs to introduce readers to all kinds of birds. The book can also be used to teach students to compare and contrast and to classify information.

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This Kitchen

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Informational (nonfiction)

Help students begin to identify common objects in a kitchen in the book This Kitchen. Colorful photographs, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details as well as to connect to prior knowledge.

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Three

level aa ┊ 16 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Students will become familiar with the high frequency word liz-2177223513589673 in this delightful, simple, and repetitive story. Colorful and detailed illustrations support the emerging reader. Students will have the opportunity to practice the skill of visualizing and to identify the main idea and supporting details.

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Too Many Sweets

level aa ┊ 17 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In the story Too Many Sweets, a boy enjoys pie, cake, cookies, candy, and other sweet treats on Valentine’ s Day. As students read this story, they will have the opportunity to ask and answer questions, as well as determine the author’ s purpose. Detailed, supportive illustrations, the high-frequency word my, and repetitive phrases support early emergent readers.

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Toys

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Concept book (nonfiction)

The book Toys allows students to read about a familiar topic. Students will be able to easily recognize the different types of liz-7226681781686123. Students will also have the opportunity to locate details that support the main idea. The high-frequency word the and detailed photographs support early readers.

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Twelve

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Concept book (nonfiction)

This simple story about bakers and baking will familiarize students with the high-frequency word liz-9627243993161512. The supportive illustrations are colorful and interesting, and each page has a hidden number liz-9627243993161512 for students to find. In addition to thinking about the tools bakers use, students willalso have the opportunity to learn about the main idea and details and plural nouns.

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Two

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In the book Two, students are presented with a familiar number in several ways. The text provides information about the number liz-5481896234215245 through whimsical illustrations and simple text. Students will enjoy searching the illustrations for the “2” hidden on each page. Use this book to teach students about asking and answering questions and finding details to support the main idea.

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Under

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Concept (fiction)

Every child enjoys crawling liz-5001534786994679 furniture and objects, and will relate to the monkey as it does the same. The monkey guides children through a text with repeated high-frequency words and new vocabulary that names familiar things.

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Valentine’s Day Gifts

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Informational (nonfiction)

Valentine’ s Day is full of excitement and gifts. In the story Valentine’ s Day Gifts, students will get to read about a selection of different gifts to celebrate Valentine’ s Day. The colorful pictures will help students identify the main idea and details as well as visualize to understand the text.

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Water

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Concept book (nonfiction)

In the book Water, students will learn about the many forms of liz-8502778679171503 and where liz-8502778679171503 can be found. Detailed, supportive pictures, a repetitive sentence pattern, and the high-frequency word the support early emergent readers.

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We Build

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Personal Recount (fiction)

We Build shows the steps a young girl and her grandfather take to plan and build a birdhouse. Pictures and simple repetitive text support beginning readers with one-to-one correspondence.

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We Go Camping

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Realistic (fiction)

Some students love to go camping, but others may not have had the opportunity yet. We Go Camping shows students what fun experiences they might have while camping, such as setting up tents, building campfires, and sharing stories. Detailed illustrations and use of the high-frequency word oursupports early emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge as well as to identify setting to better understand text.

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White

level aa ┊ 24 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The color liz-1277578562674715 appears all over nature in beautiful scenery and animals. In White, students will learn about one place where they can see the color liz-1277578562674715 in nature. Repetitive text, high-frequency words, and descriptive photographs support emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to visualize as well as identify the main idea and details in order to better understand the text.

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Winter

level aa ┊ 17 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

This cheerful beginning reader introduces students to all the fun things many people associate with liz-1099369411457248. Ice skates, snowmen, mittens, and a warm fire are all represented by simple illustrations and one-to-one picture correspondence.

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Yellow

level aa ┊ 24 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Every day, students see many colors all around them! By reading Yellow, students will become familiar with the color word liz-5942700572083576 through a story about liz-5942700572083576 things in a city. Detailed photographs and repetitive text support early emergent readers. In addition to working on decoding skills, students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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