A Cold Day

level B ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

It’ s a chilly winter day, but a young boy has a job to do. He braves the cold outside in order to bring in the mail from the mailbox. Along the way, he feels just how cold many of the objects outside his house are. The repetitive sentence structure in this story will help early emergent readers recognize the high-frequency words cold and the.

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After School

level B ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Students today have a jam-packed day at school, but what do they like to do for fun after school? After School shows students many different activities that can be done after school, such as studying, dancing, and singing. Detailed illustrations and a repetitive text structure support 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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All By Myself

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

One of the most exciting parts of being a kid is learning to do things independently. All By Myself follows a young girl as she demonstrates the many things she can do by herself. Through the use of real-life experiences and engaging illustrations, readers are invited to make text-to-self connections, identify setting, and strengthen high-frequency words.

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Animal Caution Signs

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Animal Caution Signs students will be introduced to animal-crossing signs from around the world. Photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to practice visualizing and classifying information.

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Animal Coverings

level B ┊ 25 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Students will learn about the different types of coverings that animals have in this informational text. Photographs, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support emergent readers.

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Animal Ears

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In this book, students will learn about many different types of animal ears. Detailed photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive sentences support early emergent readers. Animal Ears provides the perfect opportunity to teach students how to compare and contrast, as well as how to use complete sentences.

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Animal Sounds

level B ┊ 20 words ┊ ?))









Factual Description (nonfiction)

Meow! Oink! Moo! Students will read about many animal sounds, including a surprising animal at the end — a human!

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Animals Can Move

level B ┊ 34 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What animal can hop? What animal can fly? This nonfiction book uses factual description to tell some of the ways that animals move. Patterned sentences and photographs guide the reader through each type of movement.

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Applesauce

level B ┊ 21 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Apples are a favorite treat for students, and this simple story about preparing liz-9175680353341491 is sure to make their mouths water. The book uses a simple sentence structure with just two or three words, as well as vibrant pictures suited for the early emergent reader.

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Are These His or Hers?

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Are These His or Hers? is a delightful book about a brother and sister who help their mom as she sorts through the laundry basket to determine which items are his and which are hers. Colorful illustrations support engaging text. This book can also be used to teach students to classify information and to visualize.

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Bananas Sometimes

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Factual Description (nonfiction)

This book builds on student imagination by showing a child envisioning everyday objects as made from bananas. Predictable sentence patterns and pictures support the students as they read.

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Beach Fun

level B ┊ 143 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever been to the beach? What’ s your favorite thing to do there? Beach Fun lets readers know some of the activities people can do at the beach. Repetitive sentences, high-frequency words, and vivid photographs support early emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to determine the main idea and supporting details in a text as well as how to capitalize sentence beginnings.

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Boats

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Boats help transport many things throughout the world, including people, planes, food, and other liz-3961787840643418. Boats introduces students to the many uses of these vessels through simple and repetitive text. Detailed photographs and the use of high-frequency words support emergent readers. This bookcan also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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Bonkers Likes to Bark

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In the book Bonkers Likes to Bark, students will read about all the different things that dogs, like Bonkers, like to bark at. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and locate supporting details, as well as to connect to prior knowledge. The detailed pictures, repetitive sentences, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers.

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Bridges

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Bridges focuses on the diversity of liz-5320168413902882 in our world, exploring their size, shape, and function. A simple repetitive sentence structure will support early emergent readers, as will the vivid photographs that accompany the text. Students can also use the book to learn about making inferences and using adjectives.

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Carlos and His Teacher

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What do you do with your teacher at school? Carlos and his teacher do many things at school together. Students will enjoy reading this book about a familiar place. Detailed, supportive illustrations, repetitive phrases, and high-frequency words make this a great book for early readers.

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Clean Is Not for Me!

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Kids love to get messy, especially when they are outdoors! In Clean Is Not for Me! a young girl is enjoying the mess while doing different outdoor activities, such as playing in the mud. The simplistic sentences and high-frequency words will support early readers. Engaging illustrations willgrab readers’ attention as they learn about main idea and details and capitalizing sentence beginnings.

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Firefly

level B ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

Catching fireflies on summer nights is a fun and memorable experience for many kids. In Firefly, a girl tries to catch fireflies every night of the week. Will she finally catch one on Sunday? Detailed illustrations and repetitive text support emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to sequence events as well as to retell the story to better understand the text.

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Games We Play

level B ┊ 45 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The children in this book enjoy all kinds of familiar activities, from sports to dress-up to video games. The end of the book provides an important safety lesson. Fun illustrations accompany patterned text and changing vocabulary.

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Go Animals Go

level B ┊ 44 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

All of the animals want to go somewhere, and they all want to use something different to get there. Students will love the humorous action, such as a pig on a bike. Repeated high-frequency words and patterned text balance new vocabulary and word changes.

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Gracie’s Nose

level B ┊ 30 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Gracie is a curious dog, and she uses her nose to explore the world. Come with her as she sniffs a variety of objects on a sunny day. The adorable story line, along with a repetitive sentence structure and attractive pictures, makes this a great choice for early emergent readers.

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Halloween Costumes

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What will you be for Halloween this year? Halloween Costumes provides students a look at costume ideas from pirates and dragons to flowers, and more. Vivid photographs and a repetitive text structure will support beginning readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to classify information and the proper use and identification of nouns.

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Healthy Snacks

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What kinds of snacks are good for you? Healthy Snacks provides students a glimpse of a few healthy snacks from fruits and vegetables to nuts and more! Vibrant photographs and a repetitive text pattern will support early readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to classify information and how to identify and use nouns.

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Henry’s Hike

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Henry’ s Hike is the story of one boy’ s adventure hiking through the park. Follow Henry as he hikes up the hill, down the hill, around the pond, and through the mud. The book can also be used to teach students how to classify information and the proper use of periods.

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High or Low?

level B ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Do you like to be up high or down low? In High or Low? students will learn that objects, animals, and even people can be high or low. The book provides students with the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand text. Detailed photographs, high-frequency words, and a repetitive text structure support early emergent readers.

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How Many Legs?

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

While most familiar land animals have legs, they don’ t all have the same number. This book introduces students to the different numbers of legs that animals use to get around, from two to too many to count. Clear photographs accompany the text for reinforcement of counting skills.

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I Am a Community Worker

level B ┊ 43 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

I Am a Community Worker provides students with several examples of jobs that serve the community. Repetitive sentences and high-frequency words support early emergent readers while the detailed photographs enhance the text. This book can also be used to teach students how to determine the author’ s purpose as well as how to use declarative sentences.

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I Love Art Class

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The main character of this book makes many things in art class, including messes! Students will relate to the familiar classroom setting and smiling, friendly characters. Repetitive sentences and colorful illustrations entice the early emergent reader. The text can also be used to teach about visualizing and main ideas and details.

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I Love the Earth

level B ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

This book presents attractive photographs paired with simple sentences that deliver the message that Earth is a place worth loving. Students will love the book, with its visual splendor, and teachers can use it as an opportunity to teach important skills such as classifying information and identifying synonyms.

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I Pick Up

level B ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Personal Recount (fiction)

In I Pick Up, a boy practices the important life skill of organization. Sentence patterns and supportive illustrations guide students as they read.

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I Read a Book

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The little girl in this book loves to read so much that she reads with every member of her family, including her dog. The book gives practice with high-frequency words and vocabulary while reinforcing the idea that reading is fun and enjoyable.

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It Is School Time

level B ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Factual Description (nonfiction)

Is it time for reading or time for lunch? Readers may recognize similarities between the events in their own school day and those in It Is School Time. Predictable sentence patterns and supportive pictures guide students as they read.

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It Is Spring

level B ┊ 35 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

There’ s something special about springtime. Things pop up and out all over the place. It Is Spring shows readers the varied and wonderful things that happen during springtime. Imaginative illustrations accompany the text.

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Lazy Lulu

level B ┊ 39 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Lazy Lulu is the charming story of a chameleon who doesn’ t seem to be interested in much until a fly suddenly crosses her path. Colorful illustrations support simple text for emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine characters and setting as well as topractice retelling events in sequence.

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Light and Heavy

level B ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

What things are light? What things are heavy? Students are able to examine these questions as they read this simple book. In Light and Heavy, a girl learns what she can and cannot lift. Students have the opportunity to identify the author’ s purpose as well as connect to prior knowledge. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early emergent readers.

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Maria and Her Teacher

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Maria and her teacher do many things together at school. A familiar setting, repetitive text, high-frequency words, and supportive pictures make this book a perfect way to start the school year for beginning readers.

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Mixing Colors

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

In Mixing Colors students will learn about mixing two colors together to make a new color. The colorful pictures, repetitive phrases, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to explore cause-and-effect relationships as well as to connect to prior knowledge.

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My Brain

level B ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

My Brain explains how our brains are needed to do the simplest tasks, from talking to sleeping! Repetitive sentences and high-frequency words support early emergent readers, while the detailed photographs enhance the text. This book can also be used to teach students how to determine the mainidea and supporting details in a text as well as to properly use verbs in sentences.

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My Pet Dinosaur

level B ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

If you had a pet dinosaur, what would you teach it to do? In My Pet Dinosaur, students will be entertained by a boy and all the things his silly pet dinosaur can do. Students will have the opportunity to identify the characters as well as to connect to prior knowledge. Engaging illustrationsand repetitive phrases support early emergent readers.

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Near and Far Away

level B ┊ 36 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

This simple leveled reader uses students’ favorite subject–animals–to illustrate a crucial spatial relationship. Each animal is shown close-up and then farther away in its natural habitat. The simple, patterned text and beautiful photographs ensure that this book educates while it entertains.

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Old and New

level B ┊ 36 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Some things are old and others are new. Which do you prefer? Students can examine photographs of old and new objects in this interesting book. Old and New provides students with the opportunity to compare and contrast objects as well as to connect to prior knowledge. The book uses repetitivesentence patterns and high-frequency words to support early-emergent readers.

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On Thanksgiving

level B ┊ 36 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Many people celebrate Thanksgiving with various traditions. On Thanksgiving shows how one family celebrates this annual fall holiday. Colorful illustrations accompany simple text and support early-emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to visualize to understand text as well as to sequence events in a story.

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On the Farm

level B ┊ 47 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

On the Farm gives students a glimpse of familiar animals enjoying their favorite places on the farm. Fun illustrations of chickens in the hay, pigs in the mud, and a cow in the barn help students decode two new vocabulary words on each page.

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Our Show

level B ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Our Show, a boy and girl sing, dance, juggle, and more for a surprising audience. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early-emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to locate details that support the main idea as well as connect to prior knowledge as they read this interesting story.

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Paint It Purple

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The girl in Paint It Purple loves purple paint. She takes her paintbrush to everything in sight, including the hose, her shoes, and-by accident-her mom. Her mom, unfortunately, is not as fond of purple paint as she is. Students will love this humorous story and its charming illustrations.

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Playful Puppy

level B ┊ 36 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Playful Puppy shares the delights and troubles of a curious puppy. A young girl must redirect her puppy as it explores the world around it and finds objects that are not appropriate toys. In the end, the puppy finds something perfect for any little dog.

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Pond Life

level B ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Although a pond might look like only a small body of water, readers will learn that it is home to a variety of plants and animals. The repetitive sentence pattern in Pond Life is supported by close-up photography, which enables readers to make the picture-text connection.

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Rain in the City

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

What can you expect to see when rain arrives in the city? Rain in the City depicts what happens before, during, and after a rainstorm in the city through detailed photographs. Students have the opportunity to sequence events and connect to prior knowledge. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases also support early emergent readers.

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Rain in the Country

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

There is so much to see when it rains! In Rain in the Country, students will learn about what to look for when it rains in the country. Repetitive text, detailed photographs, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge to better understand text as well as to identify the main idea and details in a text.

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Sophie Goes for a Walk

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Sophie Goes for a Walk is a delightful story about a dog who goes for a walk and sniffs out different things along the way, including a jumpy mailman and a stinky skunk. Colorful illustrations support simple text for emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify characters as well as to practice retelling events in sequence.

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Stop That Cat!

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Cat is excited about going outside. He zooms past many things. It seems like nothing can stop that cat! High-frequency words, repetitive sentences, and whimsical illustrations support early emergent readers. Students can also learn about classifying information and adjectives while reading the story.

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Swing, Sydney, Swing!

level B ┊ 39 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Swing, Sydney, Swing! readers will enjoy a delightful story about a girl who sees many things as she swings on a farm. Simple sentences, colorful illustrations, and high-frequency words offer support for early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the setting while visualizing as they read. They will also identify and use a variety of prepositions.

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Taking Care of Chase

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Taking Care of Chase, readers follow a young girl as she cares for her new dog. Simple sentences, engaging, supportive photographs and high-frequency words offer student support. Use this book to discuss the importance of caring for pets while also teaching students about identifying the main idea and details and using verbs.

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Taking the Bus

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Have you ever ridden on a public bus to get from one place to another? Students will follow the steps of a young girl as she takes the bus to school with her mother. Supportive photographs, simple repetitive sentences, and high-frequency words will help beginning readers to be successful as they read this informative book.

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Ten

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

In Ten, the humorous rhyme and detailed images help students learn about the number ten. Early emergent readers are supported by high-frequency words and repetitive phrases. Students will have the opportunity to locate details that support the main idea as well as connect to prior knowledge.

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The Big Game

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In The Big Game, students will read about what some families do on game day, besides watch the game. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to locate details that support the main idea as they read this fun-filled story.

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The Hungry Goat

level B ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What do you do with a goat that seems to eat everything in sight? The Hungry Goat is a comical story of one little boy and his pet goat that loves to eat just about anything, including old shoes, stinky trash, and even math problems. Lively illustrations and simple text keeps young readersengaged.

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The Kids Built It

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Discovering how to build can lead to all kinds of entertainment! The Kids Built It provides students a colorful look at what kids can build using their imagination and everyday objects. Repetitive sentences and detailed illustrations support emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast and to write complete sentences.

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The New Forest Path

level B ┊ 59 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Use this book to capitalize on your students’ love of exploring the outdoors. The New Forest Path catalogs, using simple sentences and engaging photographs, the sights a child might find on a stroll down a forest path. Students will have many opportunities to visualize, classify information, and practice decoding skills.

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The Pet Rats

level B ┊ 33 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What kind of animal would make a good class pet? In The Pet Rats, students will learn about all the things these creatures can do. The colorful, detailed illustrations provide information and support for students as they learn about these interesting rodents. Use this book to teach students how to identify the main idea and locate supporting details as well as to locate verbs.

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The Picnic

level B ┊ 43 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Ted and Peg carefully plan their picnic. They load their basket with all kinds of goodies, including sandwiches, cheese, and apples. Just as they are about to set off, a surprise item pops up from inside the basket. The repeated sentence patterns and cute illustrations make this book appealing to young readers.

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Things Made of Wood

level B ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Wood is a versatile natural resource that can be used to make a lot of things. Using simple, repetitive text, Things Made of Wood teaches students about a variety of uses for wood. Vivid photographs and high-frequency words help support early emergent readers. This book can be used to teach students how to classify information as well as ask and answer questions to better understand the text.

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Three Baby Birds

level B ┊ 45 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

When baby birds grow up, they don’ t just leave home-they fly! This story follows three baby birds from when they hatch to their first flight of freedom. The book is written in a text simplified for the youngest of readers and is accompanied by silly illustrations sure to delight them.

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Time for Soccer

level B ┊ 47 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

It’ s a perfect day to play soccer! In the story Time for Soccer, players prepare for a game and then play it according to the rules. High-frequency words, repetitive sentences, and colorful photographs support early emergent readers. Students can also learn about author’ s purpose and verbs while reading the story.

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Too High

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

Have you ever tried to reach something, but it was too high? Did you feel frustrated that you couldn’ t get to it? Read Too High to find out what happens when a boy encounters several objects that are too high for him. Use this book to teach students how to analyze a character as well as theproper use of nouns. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and a repetitive sentence structure support early emergent readers.

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Too Many Leaves

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In this fall story, a young girl rakes leaves for her grandma, but there are Too Many Leaves. Early emergent readers will use repetitive sentence structures to guide them as they read a simple story with a fun ending. This book also provides the opportunity to teach about complete sentences and main idea and details.

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Trucks

level B ┊ 33 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Trucks余额宝在哪里领取红包 students will learn about the variety of objects that liz-4541388295499617 carry. The detailed photographs allow children to see that liz-4541388295499617 come in many shapes and sizes depending on what they are hauling. This nonfiction book provides a wonderful opportunity to practice classifying information.The repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early emergent readers.

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Two Little Dicky Birds

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

What happens when two little birds meet each other for the first time? Two Little Dicky Birds takes a familiar, old rhyme and adds colorful, supportive illustrations to make a simple story. Students have the opportunity to identify the characters and setting. Repetitive phrases support earlyemergent readers.

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Valentines All Around

level B ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

There’ s something very special about making cards for Valentine’ s Day. Valentines All Around shows readers the varied and creative valentines that can be made to spread love to family and friends on Valentine’ s Day. Detailed and colorful illustrations, repetitive text, and the use of high-frequency words support emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing as well as how to visualize to better understand text.

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We Make Cookies

level B ┊ 43 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

We Make Cookies tells the story of a girl and her father making cookies. As students read the book, they learn what ingredients are used to make the cookies. The whimsical illustrations are sure to delight readers.

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We Pack a Picnic

level B ┊ 25 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

What would you pack in your picnic basket? We Pack a Picnic shows the food two friends pack for their picnic. Students have the opportunity to ask and answer questions as they read this book. Detailed, supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support beginningreaders.

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What Flies in the Sky?

level B ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

On a beautiful day a young boy looks up and wonders “What flies in the sky?” Colorful, detailed illustrations help the reader imagine what it might be like to fly high in the air. Repetitive sentence patterns and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Use the story to teach studentsto identify the main idea and details as well as to recognize question marks.

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What Has These Feet?

level B ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What Has These Feet? asks students to view photos of animal feet and guess what animal the feet belong to. Students turn the pages to read the answers and view full photos of each animal. The book is written in a format that teaches phrasing and punctuation for questions and statements. Engaging photos support the text.

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What Has These Spots?

level B ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Students will learn about animals and the kinds of spots they have in What Has These Spots? This nonfiction book provides an opportunity to compare and contrast information about animals. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases provide support for beginning readers.

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What Has These Stripes?

level B ┊ 57 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

In What Has These Stripes? students will learn about animals and the kinds of stripes they have. This nonfiction book provides the perfect opportunity to practice classifying information. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support beginning readers.

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What Has This Tail?

level B ┊ 43 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Students will learn about animals and the types of tails they have in What Has This Tail? This nonfiction book provides an opportunity to ask and answer questions about animals. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases provide support for beginning readers.

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Where Is Water?

level B ┊ 38 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

In this simple, easy-to-decode leveled reader, students learn about all of the places where they can find water. Rivers, lakes, streams, oceans, and even underground caves are introduced through patterned text and beautiful photographs.

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Where?

level B ┊ 35 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Where? is the question repeatedly asked by the lost little bear as he looks for his mother, father, house, bed, and pot of honey. The endearing illustrations and repetitive pattern will help early readers understand the simple questions.

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Winter Fun

level B ┊ 32 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Winter Fun, kids are all dressed up in winter clothing. They are having fun playing in the winter weather. Patterned text, the high-frequency word, are, and supportive pictures make this book perfect for emerging readers.

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You and I

level B ┊ 35 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

You and I presents many ways young children have fun together in a park. Familiar actions, such as swinging, sliding, biking, and running, are used to tell the story. Predictable sentence patterns, rhyme, and pictures support students as they read.

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You Can Go

level B ┊ 33 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The story You Can Go follows a puppy on an outdoor adventure. Supportive pictures highlight position-word vocabulary used in the story. High-frequency words and the repetitive text pattern make this book perfect for beginning readers.

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Yours or Mine?

level B ┊ 41 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Yours or Mine? is a sweet tale of a girl and her mischievous cat. Simple sentences, engaging illustrations and high-frequency words support the text. Use this book to discuss the similarities and differences between people and pets while teaching students about identifying the main idea anddetails and using complete sentences.

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