A Place Called Home

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Help students begin to understand how a room in a house is part of the larger world with A Place Called Home. Illustrations, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify main idea and details as well as to connectto prior knowledge as they read this interesting story.

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All About Earthworms

level C ┊ 60 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Earthworms come in many sizes and colors. In All About Earthworms, students will learn about these useful creatures. Detailed, supportive photographs; high-frequency words; and repetitive phrases support readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details and to connect to prior knowledge.

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All About Penguins

level C ┊ 64 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

All About Penguins focuses on these adorable birds and some of their most evident features. The book highlights similarities and differences among various penguin species. Early emergent readers will appreciate the repetitive sentence pattern as they learn about main idea and details and theappropriate usage of periods.

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All About Spiders

level C ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In All About Spiders, students will learn about these fascinating eight-legged creatures. High-frequency words, repetitive phrases, and detailed photographs support readers. Students will have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose as well as to ask and answer questions as they read this engaging book about spiders.

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Allie and Ollie

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Allie and Ollie are dogs, but they think they are people. How can dogs and people be alike? Read this story about two cute dogs and find out. This book provides the opportunity for students to compare and contrast as well as visualize as they read. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for beginning readers. Illustrations support the text.

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Apple Tree

level C ┊ 43 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

All living things have a life cycle. Apple Tree introduces this concept to young readers using a familiar and engaging topic–apples! Students will also be introduced to the high-frequency words first, next, and then. Early readers will also have the opportunity to ask and answer questions and to sequence events.

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At the Fair

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

There are many exciting things to do and see at a fair! The book At the Fair teaches readers about the variety of rides that are available at this fun-filled event. While reading the interesting facts about rides, students will enjoy the detailed photographs on each page and the additional information they provide. Use this book to teach students about main idea and details and using nouns.

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Birthday Party

level C ┊ 73 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Two children must go shopping and gather all the things they’ ll need for the party. But their hard work pays off in the end. Repeated text patterns support the introduction of new vocabulary.

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Building a Road

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Have you ever wondered how roads are built? Building a Road provides a step-by-step explanation of how a road is created. The detailed photographs, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to visualize and sequence events asthey read.

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Busy At School

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Have you ever stopped to think about all the things you do at school every day? In Busy At School, readers learn about the many things busy students do at school. Engaging photos support the text.

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City Shapes

level C ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Among the sights of the city, there are many interesting shapes to be found. City Shapes is a colorful guide to the many shapes hidden in metropolitan landscapes. Detailed photographs support students’ learning as they practice visualizing and classifying information.

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Different Kinds of Sharks

level C ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Sharks are powerful animals that come in many shapes and sizes. Different Kinds of Sharks builds upon children’ s fascination with these sea animals to teach simple information about the differences among various shark species. Striking photographs support the text.

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Fall Foods

level C ┊ 56 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

What’s good to eat in the fall? In Fall Foods, students will read about the different types of foods that become ripe in the fall. Students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast foods as well as to ask and answer questions as they read. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases provide support for beginning readers.

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Fall Fun

level C ┊ 52 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Fall is full of fun activities. What types of adventures will the kids have during this cool season? Fall Fun provides students with an opportunity to visualize as they read and to determine cause-and-effect relationships. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for early emergent readers.

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Fall

level C ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Fall describes a season of colorful transformations. Pumpkins, apples, leaves, corn, the frosty ground, and even the moon change color as winter approaches. A delightful scarecrow introduces students to these color transformations in an easy-to-read format.

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Feelings

level C ┊ 67 words ┊ ?))









Informational (fiction)

Sometimes the boy feels kind of happy, and sometimes the boy feels very happy. Illustrations of the different events that trigger his emotions will help children understand the scale of the boy’ s liz-6114149738064429. This book demonstrates that liz-6114149738064429 not only change, but they also change in intensity.

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Get In

level C ┊ 64 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Everyone is eager to get into the pool, but will everyone fit? Written in a question and answer format, Get In reveals who can and cannot fit in the wading pool.

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Go Away, Lily

level C ┊ 75 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Lily irritated Jack by doing everything he did. He told Lily to go away. What will happen with Lily and Jack? Go Away, Lily provides an opportunity for students to retell the story and investigate simple cause-and-effect relationships. Illustrations support the text. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for beginning readers.

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Going Away

level C ┊ 80 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Going Away is a story about three children who think of many ways to travel, including by car, boat, plane, bike, balloon, train, rocket, and on foot. The repetitive text pattern is supported by delightful illustrations.

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How Frogs Grow

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

Animals are a fascinating topic for readers of all ages. How Frogs Grow presents the life cycle of a frog in simple terms suited for a young child. The book starts as a frog lays her eggs and follows the journey as they make a remarkable transformation from tadpoles to frogs. In addition toreading skills, this book teaches valuable science knowledge. Informative pictures and concise language support early emergent readers.

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How Many Wheels?

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

How Many Wheels? is about a variety of objects that have different numbers of wheels. Familiar items are paired with ones students may not recognize to help them connect with number words. The book poses a question that encourages higher-level thinking skills.

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How Many?

level C ┊ 72 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

How Many? invites students to count different objects in the pictures and learn to recognize number words. Pictures support the text.

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I Can Be

level C ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

What can you pretend to be? This book prompts students to think imaginatively and comparatively as they describe themselves. Students will learn descriptive words that relate to themselves as well as to individual animals. Detailed, supportive illustrations and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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I Looked Everywhere

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Personal (fiction)

Students all know about not being able to find something. I Looked Everywhere illustrates this common problem, providing several different solutions students are sure to have tried. Pictures and repetitive text support the beginning reader.

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I Wonder

level C ┊ 56 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

We all love the insatiable curiosity that children possess. Their wonder propels them to learn and explore their world. I Wonder celebrates that joy of questioning by sharing a girl’ s musings about animals. Simple patterned sentences and supportive pictures ensure a positive reading experience for emergent readers.

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I Won’t

level C ┊ 78 words ┊ ?))









Narrative (fiction)

A little brother asks his sister to help him do some scary things. She doesn’ t want him to be scared. Will she help him or not? The book I Won’ t provides students with the opportunity to compare and contrast the characters. Students will love the detailed, supportive illustrations. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Jack and Lily’s Favorite Food

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What foods do Jack and Lily like? Are the two alike or different? This book allows students to compare and contrast the two characters. Students will love the detailed, supportive illustrations. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Ladybugs

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Ladybugs explains the differences and similarities among different varieties of liz-7720280178591014. The vivid photographs and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach comparing and contrasting as well as visualizing while reading.

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Lucy Did It

level C ┊ 52 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Rip! Crash! Plop! Who is making all that noise? Lucy Did It provides the opportunity for students to investigate simple cause-and-effect relationships and retell the story. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for beginning readers.

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Machines at Home

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

In Machines at Home, students learn about some of the familiar machines used to help do everyday tasks around their homes. Early emergent readers are supported by high-frequency words, repetitive phrases, and detailed photographs. Students have the opportunity to locate details that supportthe main idea.

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Making Salsa!

level C ┊ 39 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What do you need to make salsa? In Making Salsa, a boy shows all the ingredients and the sequence needed to make salsa. At the end, the boy and his mom enjoy what he made. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Many Kinds of Dinosaurs

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Many Kinds of Dinosaurs introduces students to the numerous ways dinosaurs differ from one another. Detailed illustrations and simple sentences support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as to make visualizations.

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Mash the Potatoes

level C ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What kind of food do you love? Mash the Potatoes tells about the foods that one family loves to eat, as well as the steps required to mash potatoes. Students have the opportunity to sequence events and connect to prior knowledge. Detailed, supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, andrepetitive phrases support early-emergent readers.

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Moms Do So Much

level C ┊ 54 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Moms Do So Much shows students similarities between wild animal moms and their own moms. Detailed photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support reader comprehension. In addition, students have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose and connect to prior knowledge as they read this engaging book about animal moms.

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Mongo and Cutie

level C ┊ 44 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Grandma and Cutie come to Mongo’ s house. Mom and Grandma go out to lunch. Mom tells Mongo to play nice with Cutie. What will happen with the big dog and the little cat? Will they get along? In Mongo and Cutie, students will have the opportunity to sequence events as well as to ask and answer questions. Detailed illustrations and high-frequency words support early emergent readers.

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More Baby Animals

level C ┊ 57 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In More Baby Animals, students will learn the names of several different baby animals. Repetitive phrases, high-frequency words, and vivid photographs support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to determine the main idea and supporting details as well as to learn the appropriate use of periods.

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My Clothes Are Too Small

level C ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Something has happened over the summer–nothing fits anymore! Young readers will relate to the boy in My Clothes Are Too Small, when he realizes he must have grown. The book can also be used to teach students about nouns and compound words.

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My Teacher

level C ┊ 45 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

What makes a good teacher? My Teacher is a colorful and simple story that looks at many of the qualities of wonderful teachers in classrooms around the world. Repetitive text and detailed illustrations support emerging readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing and the proper use of periods.

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New Again

level C ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Turn trash into treasure! New Again explores how children can transform used household objects into new art projects. Photographs illustrate the creative transformations, such as a bucket becoming drum and a water bottle becoming sprinkler. The book offers the opportunity to teach about mainidea and details and declarative sentences.

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One Stubborn Horse

level C ┊ 64 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

In One Stubborn Horse, students will enjoy a humorous story about a horse that, no matter what, refuses to budge an inch. Use this story to teach students how to analyze character and accurately retell a story. Entertaining illustrations, repetitive sentence structure, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers.

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Open and Close

level C ┊ 57 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Open and Close is a story about two girls who open and close a variety of objects. The surprise ending adds an element of fun for students. Early readers will enjoy the playful illustrations that accompany the predictable text pattern.

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Pairs

level C ┊ 56 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

A pair of dice, a pair of shoes, a pair of eyes-certain items frequently come in sets of two, and Pairs introduces students to this concept. The story also presents opportunities to discuss plural nouns. Large, attractive photographs and a repetitive sentence structure provide support for early emergent readers.

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Road Trip

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

Have you ever taken a road trip? In Road Trip, students will enjoy the sights that a family sees on their way to the Grand Canyon. The high-frequency words, repetitive text, and colorful illustrations are ideal for early emergent readers. The story can also be used to teach students how to analyze characters as well as to identify nouns.

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Rocks

level C ┊ 57 words ┊ ?))









Factual Description (nonfiction)

Through simple factual descriptions, readers discover how liz-3655553031524010 transform from mountains to dust. Photographs of liz-3655553031524010, large and small, accompany the text.

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Selfish Sasha

level C ┊ 57 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Have you ever met someone who does not like to share? Neither does Sasha in Selfish Sasha! Many readers will relate to this story that shows how being selfish affects others. Repetitive phrases, high-frequency words, and colorful illustrations support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge, analyze the main character, and learn about the appropriate use of periods.

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Sherman Sure Is Shy

level C ┊ 40 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Peacocks strut about with their tail feathers fanned out. Not Sherman-he is shy. Sherman Sure Is Shy allows students to explore how characters feel. Students can analyze characters as well as ask and answer questions in this sweet story. Detailed, supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early-emergent readers.

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Snow Falls

level C ┊ 45 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Where have you seen snow? In Snow Falls, students will read about several different places where it snows as well as when it snows. Vivid and engaging photographs will help students make visualizations and classify information. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases provide support for beginning readers.

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Space

level C ┊ 42 words ┊ ?))









Concept book (nonfiction)

This book captures the awe and wonder that liz-3004877064770626 evokes in children and adults alike. Simple sentences identify the brilliant photographs, making the text as accessible as it is fun. Early emergent readers will relish learning about the beauty of the world beyond our own, and teachers will love theease of teaching scientific vocabulary.

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Spirals, Spirals Everywhere

level C ┊ 53 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Spirals, Spirals Everywhere provides several examples of where you can find spirals in nature. Vivid photographs and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize while reading as well as to compare and contrast.

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Spring-Cleaning!

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Are you ready to clean the house? Well, the squirrel family in Spring-Cleaning! is all set to clean the house from top to bottom. Colorful and engaging illustrations and repetitive sentence structure will support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the characters and setting while retelling the events of the story. They will also learn to recognize and use exclamation marks.

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Take a Bite

level C ┊ 54 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Manny hates all of the food on his dinner plate. What will happen when he only takes a bite of his food? Take a Bite provides students with an opportunity to retell the story and identify simple cause-and-effect relationships. Entertaining illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for early emergent readers.

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Taking Turns

level C ┊ 70 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Who will go first? In Taking Turns, students will learn about the importance of taking turns during various activities. Students have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge as well as sequence events. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support beginning readers.

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Teeth Brushing Fun

level C ┊ 53 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

Teeth Brushing Fun encourages kids to find the fun in an important daily routine of personal hygiene. The illustrations invite students into the story and show them a child having fun while brushing. The repetitive sentence pattern and the pictures will aid early emergent readers in decodingthe text. Students will also learn about sequencing events and pronouns.

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That’s a Fruit?

level C ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Is a pumpkin a fruit? In That’ s a Fruit? students will be surprised to learn that some foods, such as cucumbers and pumpkins, are fruits! Colorful photographs will help students make visualizations and classify information. High-frequency words and repetitive sentence structure make this book perfect for beginning readers.

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The Animals of Canada

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Students will get to know some of Canada’ s rich wildlife in this early leveled reader. Simple, patterned text with one-to-one picture correspondence introduces students to moose, bear, eagles, and other majestic animals.

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The Easter Egg Hunt

level C ┊ 59 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In The Easter Egg Hunt余额宝在哪里领取红包 a boy and a girl count each Easter egg they discover in their backyard. Will they find all seven? Detailed, colorful illustrations, simple sentences, and the repetition of the counting pattern provide support for the early emergent reader. Take advantage of this holiday story to teach students about classifying information and using capitals and ending punctuation.

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The Festival of Lights

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The lighting of the Hanukkah candles is a specific process that takes place during the eight nights of Hanukkah. The Festival of Lights introduces readers to the celebration of Hanukkah by teaching them how many candles are lit on each night. The book’ s descriptive photographs and repetitive sentence pattern support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose for writing and to visualize to better understand what is read.

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The Moon

level C ┊ 54 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever wondered why the Moon looks a little different each night? The Moon provides students with a look at the cycle of the Moon as it changes over time. The high-frequency words, repetitive sentence structure, and vivid photographs are perfect for early emergent readers. The book canalso be used to teach students how to sequence events and use complete sentences.

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The Woodsy Band Jam

level C ┊ 63 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Sound the horn! Rosin up the bow! Signs of spring are everywhere, and the animals from the woods are gathering in the meadow for a woodsy band jam! Readers will enjoy reading about the concert while having an opportunity to develop book language using the Out came… repetitive phrase.

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Then and Now

level C ┊ 84 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Things change over time, and technology and transportation devices have changed the most! Then and Now is a supportive text with accompanying photographs that will focus students’ attention on the dramatic changes of items over time. The book can also be used to teach students about connecting to prior knowledge and how to compare and contrast within a text.

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There Is a Mouse in the House

level C ┊ 56 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

There Is a Mouse in the House is a delightful story that students will love! Detailed illustrations, clever rhymes, and a predictable text structure will support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to make, revise, and confirm predictions as well as to identify characters and setting in order to better understand the story.

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Tools

level C ┊ 77 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Tools is about familiar liz-6739000614450906 that help us work. The picture-to-text correspondence helps readers learn the names of various liz-6739000614450906 and understand their functions. On the last page of the book, readers are challenged to identify additional liz-6739000614450906.

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Wash Your Hands

level C ┊ 55 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Learning when and how to wash your hands is an important skill that is a part of everyday life. Wash Your Hands encourages kids to remember when to wash their hands through its descriptive and entertaining photographs. The repetitive sentence pattern will help early emergent readers decode the text. Students will also have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose and to connect to prior knowledge to better understand text.

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Water Fight!

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Jacob got soaked with a water balloon! William got soaked with a bucket! Who will get soaked next? Water Fight! is an entertaining story about a group of friends and their summertime fun. Vibrant illustrations, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge as well as to identify the main idea and supporting details.

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We Buy

level C ┊ 65 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Shopping for new things can be lots of fun. In We Buy, a family spends the day going from store to store buying various items such as food, tools, and clothes. The colorful illustrations, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge while identifying the various settings throughout the story.

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We Count

level C ┊ 51 words ┊ ?))









Factual Description (nonfiction)

We Count offers students the opportunity to count by ones and tens to 100 using pictures of spiders, slugs, and various types of insects. Illustrations and repetitive text support students as they read. (Note: Bugs is a generic term that is often used to refer to various types of insects. Spiders are referred to as arachnids and slugs are mollusks.)

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We Learn to Swim

level C ┊ 66 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

We Learn to Swim is a story about a group of children who are learning the many different skills they need to swim. The repetitive text pattern and colorful, descriptive illustrations support emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to understand sequence of events,as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand text.

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We Make a Snowman

level C ┊ 54 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

We Make a Snowman is a story about three children who go outside together on a snowy day. The friends play in the snow and make a snowman. At the end of the book they go inside the house and eat soup. The repetitive text pattern in this book is supported by delightful illustrations.

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What Animals Eat

level C ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Cows eat grass, birds eat seeds, and monkeys eat fruit. This is no surprise, but the goat’ s diet is sure to surprise and delight readers. Patterned text repeats essential high-frequency words while introducing readers to new words.

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What Can I Be?

level C ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

One little monster is trying to decide what to be for Halloween. A ghost? A carrot? A mummy? What Can I Be? is a playful and engaging book with colorful illustrations that support simple text. The book can also be used to practice identifying characters and retelling to remember and understand the text.

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What Can We Draw?

level C ┊ 62 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What kinds of things do you like to draw? In What Can We Draw? students will enjoy seeing how drawing can be an interactive activity. The high-frequency words, repetitive and rhyming text, and colorful illustrations are ideal for early emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify characters as well as to use sentence capitalization and punctuation correctly.

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What Do I Wear?

level C ┊ 39 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In What Do I Wear?, a girl is getting dressed. She tells where pieces of clothing and other items are worn on the body. Patterned text, the high-frequency word a, and supportive pictures make this book perfect for emerging readers.

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What I Want

level C ┊ 49 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In the book What I Want, students will read about a girl who wants something to hug and feed. What will she get? Students will have the opportunity to identify characters as well as draw on information they already know about the topic. Detailed, supportive illustrations, repetitive sentence patterns, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers.

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What Is at the Zoo?

level C ┊ 76 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What Is at the Zoo? introduces students to the interrogative sentence form by asking them which animals are at the zoo. Although students may wish it were so, the last animal isn’ t seen in zoos these days. Pictures support early readers.

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What Season Is It?

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Each season brings new weather and fun activities for students to enjoy. In What Season Is It? students will learn how each season is different. Detailed photographs and high-frequency words support emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge as well as to identify the main idea and details in order to better understand the text.

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What’s for Breakfast?

level C ┊ 48 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In What’ s for Breakfast?, students learn about some of the nutritious and delicious foods that children enjoy for the most important meal of the day. Vibrant photographs, simple sentences, and high-frequency words support early emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the author’ s purpose and practice visualizing skills as they read this tasty book.

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What’s My Job?

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In What’ s My Job? a girl explores the careers of women she knows as she thinks about what job she would like to have someday. Will she become a doctor, a construction worker, an artist, or something else? Detailed, supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support early emergent readers.

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When Is Nighttime?

level C ┊ 54 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What happens when nighttime falls? Look out the window to see. This book tells about many things we see and do when it is nighttime. Delightful illustrations add humor.

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Who Stole the North Pole?

level C ┊ 46 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

The pole that marks the North Pole is missing! Who could have taken it? Who Stole the North Pole? is a humorous story about a mystery at the North Pole. The detailed illustrations and repetitive text will support emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to identify problem and solution and the simple subjects in sentences.

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Who, Who, Who?

level C ┊ 53 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Who? is the question asked again and again by a little owl as it tries to find friends with whom to fly, hunt, play, read, sing, and eat. Unfortunately, the most willing character is not the one the little owl was hoping for.

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Winter Hats

level C ┊ 61 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What do you wear in the winter? In Winter Hats, students will read about the different types of winter hats that people wear when it’ s cold. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details of the story as well as connect the story to their prior knowledge. Detailed,supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases provide support for beginning readers.

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You Like What?

level C ┊ 50 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What are your students’ favorite foods? Do they like crickets, mealworms, or spiders? In You Like What? students will read about some surprising foods that children love to eat. Detailed photographs 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 identify fact or opinion to better understand the text.

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Yummy, Yummy

level C ┊ 53 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Who doesn’ t have food preferences? In this simple, repetitive text, readers find out what kinds of foods the boy in the story finds delicious. Each page introduces a different food and an affirmative response, “Yummy, yummy.” The end of the story reveals a food that the boy doesn’ t find so yummy.

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