A Day of Firsts

level E ┊ 91 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In A Day of Firsts, students will read about the fun things that await them on the first day of first grade. High-frequency words, repetitive phrases, and detailed photographs support readers. Students will have the opportunity to locate details that support the main idea as well as to askand answer questions as they read this interesting book about the first day of school.

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A Sweet Tale

level E ┊ 103 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Mrs. Beaver got up early to make a special treat for the winter holiday. Will the beaver family get to eat a sweet treat? In A Sweet Tale, students will have the opportunity to sequence events as well as to ask and answer questions. Detailed illustrations and high-frequency words support emergent readers.

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A Walk With Mom

level E ┊ 110 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Mother’ s Day is a special holiday for children and their families. In A Walk With Mom, Sam and his mom celebrate Mother’ s Day by taking a walk through the woods. While reading this story, students will have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge as well as to identify the story elements of character and setting. Detailed illustrations, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support early readers.

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A Week With Grandpa

level E ┊ 102 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

A Week with Grandpa is the story of a little boy who spends seven fun-filled days with his grandfather. The days of the week are presented in sequential order, with the boy and his grandfather engaging in a different activity each day.

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All About Coyotes

level E ┊ 79 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever seen a coyote? All About Coyotes provides students with an up-close look at these amazing creatures. Students will learn about what coyotes look like, where they live, and just what makes these mammals so interesting. Detailed photographs enhance the information provided by thetext. Students will also learn how to identify the main idea and details as well as to recognize and use declarative sentences.

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All About Orcas

level E ┊ 84 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Known as the “wolves of the sea,” orcas are beautiful and powerful animals with a reputation for being excellent hunters. All About Orcas provides students an introduction to these ocean creatures through repetitive text and striking photographs. The book can also be used to teach studentshow to determine an author’ s purpose for writing and the proper use of antonyms.

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All Kinds of Factories

level E ┊ 120 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What do you use that comes from a factory? In All Kinds of Factories, students learn about what factories are and some of the things factories make. Students have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details as well as connect to prior knowledge. Detailed, supportive photographs, captions, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support readers.

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All Kinds of Farms

level E ┊ 100 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

All Kinds of Farms is a simple chapter book that introduces readers to different types of farms and the products that come from things that live or grow on farms. Students will read about farms they may be familiar with, such as dairy farms and chicken farms, and farms they most likely willnot have heard of, such as sugarcane farms and fruit farms. The question asked on the last page encourages students to use higher-level thinking skills.

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All Kinds of Musical Instruments

level E ┊ 86 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

There are many different ways to play musical instruments. Some are played with a bow, some with sticks, and some with our hands. All Kinds of Musical Instruments is a colorful introduction to a wide variety of instruments. Detailed photographs support students’ learning as they make connections to prior knowledge and practice the skill of classifying information.

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Animals, Animals

level E ┊ 83 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Animals, Animals is about some of the fascinating animals in our world. Each page describes interesting facts and brings the world of animals to the reader. Pictures enhance the text. Book and lesson also available at Levels H and K.

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Arctic Animals

level E ┊ 110 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Arctic Animals is about some of the beautiful and interesting animals that live in the Arctic. Each page introduces a new animal from the Arctic along with amazing photographs that enhance the text. The repetitive phrases and high-frequency words help teach emergent readers about main idea and details and simple predicates. Students will also have the opportunity to practice connecting to prior knowledge as they read.

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At the Rodeo

level E ┊ 96 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Bring the excitement of the rodeo into the classroom with At the Rodeo! Amazing photographs filled with movement add to the energy of the book, and a repeated question-and-answer sentence pattern draws the reader ever forward. Use this book to introduce students to a popular tradition, while also teaching them about identifying main idea and details and using plural nouns.

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Ava Is a Vegan

level E ┊ 103 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Have you ever thought about how other people may not eat the same foods as you? All people eat different food according to their lifestyle and beliefs. In Ava Is a Vegan, students will learn what a vegan like Ava does and does not eat. This story supports emergent readers by providing colorful illustrations and high-frequency words. Students will also have the opportunity to practice connecting to their prior knowledge to better understand the story as well as comparing and contrasting details from the text.

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Bear and Kangaroo

level E ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Bear and Kangaroo tells the story of two animal friends who are always trying to outdo each other. Charming illustrations show that the competition is good-natured. Repeated sentence patterns and character dialogue make this a fun book to read.

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Calming Down

level E ┊ 97 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Calming Down explores many ways to deal with the angry feelings we all have sometimes. Detailed illustrations of children practicing healthy ways to calm down will help students be excited to read and learn. Repeated sentence patterns and high-frequency words support readers as they learn about determining the author’ s purpose and connecting to prior knowledge.

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Caring For Earth

level E ┊ 87 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Caring for Earth informs readers about the many things that can be done to make a big difference for our planet. Each page suggests a new way to help the Earth along with a supportive photograph to enhance the text. Students will have the opportunity to learn about connecting to prior knowledge and determining the author’ s purpose.

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Carlos’s First Halloween

level E ┊ 101 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Carlos’ s First Halloween tells about a family’ s night of trick-or-treating during their first Halloween in America. The story uses familiar vocabulary, high-frequency words, and repetitive text to support beginning readers. Students will enjoy the surprise at the end of the story.

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City Animals

level E ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

City Animals is an informative book that introduces readers to animals that may be found in cities. Students will read about unusual city animals, such as hawks and opossums and animals with which they are more familiar, such as dogs and squirrels. The repetitive text pattern is illustratedwith photographs.

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City Places

level E ┊ 118 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

City Places is a nonfiction book about various places typically found in a city and what people do in those places. Detailed illustrations support the text.

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Country Animals

level E ┊ 112 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

This book teaches students about the types of animals that live in the country. Students learn some of the eating habits and activities of these animals. Detailed photographs and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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Crazy Cakes

level E ┊ 94 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Have you ever seen a cake that looks like a treasure chest with real gold and jewels? How about one that looks like a unicorn? Crazy Cakes provides students with detailed photographs of some amazing cakes. The repetitive sentence structure and high-frequency words support early readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify an author’ s purpose as well as how to write complete sentences.

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Doctor Jen

level E ┊ 129 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Doctor Jen tells the story of family members who are ill and the doctor they visit to feel better. The one family member who cannot visit Doctor Jen is revealed on the last page of the book. The picture-to-text correspondence and familiar topics support early readers’ efforts.

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Dolly’s Drama Queen Day

level E ┊ 101 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Our emotions often get the better of us, and in Dolly’ s Drama Queen Day, the main character is not coping well with her bad day. She is mad and grumpy. Her father tells her she is having a drama queen day. Teach students how to identify characters in this story delivered with humor and funny illustrations, which emergent readers will relate to and enjoy.

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Fantastic Phil

level E ┊ 74 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Fantastic Phil is a man who helps his whole family. How will he help them? This story makes clever use of the ph digraph, colorful illustrations, and repetitive sentence structure to support readers. Use this story to teach students how to analyze a character and recognize verbs.

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Five Seconds to Blastoff!

level E ┊ 81 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Young children have very active imaginations and enjoy pretend play. Five Seconds to Blastoff! tells the story of a rocket getting ready to blast into space. But when a T. rex attacks, the reader realizes the book is being told from the point of view of an imaginative boy. Detailed illustrations and repetitive text support emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to sequence events as well as to identify and use nouns in sentences.

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Getting Ready for School

level E ┊ 99 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Students everywhere will relate to this simple chapter book about getting ready for the first day of school. Photographs of children from around the world performing tasks such as buying supplies, getting dressed, and going to school will help students make text-to-self connections.

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Grandparents Day

level E ┊ 83 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Who will we meet at school on Grandparents Day? Grandparents Day takes a look at familiar things children do with their grandparents. Students have the opportunity to identify the characters as well as to connect to prior knowledge. Supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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Happy Birthday, Snag!

level E ┊ 120 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

As the guests in Happy Birthday, Snag! arrive at the party, Bonk makes sure each has brought along a familiar birthday item, such as balloons, a cake, candles, and presents. When guests begin to wonder what Bonk has brought, he surprises the group by bringing Snag, the guest of honor. Pictures support the text and the identification of these content words in print.

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Hooray for the Farmer’s Market!

level E ┊ 82 words ┊ ?))









Persuasive (fiction)

When a grocery store is such a fun place for children to visit, wouldn’ t a farmer’ s market be an even more exciting destination for them? Hooray for the Farmer’ s Market! illustrates many reasons that farmer’ s markets are appealing places to visit-meeting artists, eating freshly bakedfoods, and listening to bands are just a few. The book, which introduces an environment that may be unfamiliar to many students, incorporates useful vocabulary and charming pictures.

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How Many Teeth?

level E ┊ 67 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Some animals only have a couple teeth while others can have over twenty thousand teeth! How Many Teeth? is an informative and entertaining book about how different animals have different numbers of teeth. Detailed photographs of unusual animals will keep readers engaged. The book can also beused to teach students to ask and answer questions and to classify information.

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How to Tie Your Shoes

level E ┊ 122 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Do you know how to tie your shoes? How to Tie Your Shoes provides students with a step-by-step guide on how to tie a shoe. Simple instructions and photographs support student learning. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize to understand text as well as to sequence events from a book.

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Hugs

level E ┊ 121 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Hugs tells about a group of friends, all but one of whom is having a bad day and needs a hug. The unexpected conclusion ends the book on an uplifting note. Hugs reinforces the validity of both good and bad feelings and the importance of receiving liz-6344686218503147 for either kind.

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I Am Thankful

level E ┊ 78 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

People can feel thankful for a variety of reasons. I Am Thankful provides students with the opportunity to examine what makes other children thankful. The book uses a combination of children’ s illustrations and photographs to support readers. The book can also be used to teach students howto classify information and how to use complete sentences.

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I Am Your New Plant

level E ┊ 82 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Taking care of living things, such as plants, is a huge responsibility. In I Am Your New Plant, students will learn about the supplies and steps needed for growing a plant. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support readers. Students will have the opportunityto identify the sequence of events as well as retell the story.

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I Work at the Stables

level E ┊ 72 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Aria works at a stable where she takes care of Duke, her horse. I Work at the Stables provides students an inside look into the tasks that are required to care for a horse. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine main idea and details and to recognize and use capitalization correctly.

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I’d Like To Be

level E ┊ 127 words ┊ ?))









Poetry (fiction)

This story explores some of the wonderful possibilities children have before them when thinking about growing up. Written in poetry form, various occupations, both real and fantasy, are described in clear language and depicted through amusing photos. Book and lesson also available at Levels H and K.

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In the Mountains

level E ┊ 128 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

This book informs students about many animals that live in the mountains. Students will learn that both small and big animals live in the mountains. Repetitive text and supportive illustrations make this book great for early readers.

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Jobs We Do at School

level E ┊ 98 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Students love to help out by having a job in their classroom. Jobs We Do at School explains different jobs students can have in a classroom with simple sentences and helpful photographs. Emergent readers can use the pictures and prior knowledge of the subject to decode the text. The book canalso be used to teach students about main idea and supporting details as well as locating and using verbs.

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Let’s Carve a Pumpkin

level E ┊ 119 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Pumpkin carving is a favorite fall tradition. Let’ s Carve a Pumpkin explains the steps involved in this fun craft with simple sentences and helpful illustrations. Emergent readers can use the pictures and prior knowledge of the subject to decode the text. Students will also learn about sequencing events.

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Let’s Make Lemonade

level E ┊ 81 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

It’ s a hot day, and the kids are thirsty for a cold drink. What will they make? In Let’ s Make Lemonade, students will learn how to make this sweet, cold drink. They will have the opportunity to sequence events in this simple how-to book. Detailed illustrations, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Lost and Found

level E ┊ 112 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Lost and Found is the story of a bright young girl who finds herself separated from her mom in the store. After discerning safe strangers from unsafe strangers, the girl finally finds the help she needs. Students will learn what to do if they are ever lost in a public place. The book can alsobe used for identifying problem and solution and identifying simple predicates.

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Lunch Boxes

level E ┊ 87 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Lunch Boxes describes the different types of old and new lunch boxes. The text compares what new lunch boxes and old lunch boxes have in common. Detailed photographs will grab readers’ attention. The text provides students the opportunity to learn about adjectives and to connect with what they already know to comprehend what they read.

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Maddy Loves to March

level E ┊ 107 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Maddy loves to march all around her house and outside. One day she has an opportunity to march with a real band in a parade. Supportive pictures and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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Make a Tree Friend

level E ┊ 95 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Amy is friends with many trees. She swings in a maple tree and climbs an oak tree. Make a Tree Friend shows many ways in which a tree can be a friend. Students have the opportunity to ask and answer questions as well as identify the main idea and details. Detailed, supportive illustrations,high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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Making Pizza

level E ┊ 93 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

How do you make a pizza? A girl and her mom show the ingredients and sequence needed to make a yummy pizza. At the end of the story, the girl enjoys the pepperoni pizza she and her mom made. Photographs and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Not Enough Snow

level E ┊ 99 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

One of the best parts of winter is playing in the snow! In Not Enough Snow, a young boy imagines all the fun activities he’ ll do once there’ s enough snow on the ground. When a big snowstorm hits, will his dreams finally come true? While reading this story, students will have the opportunity to identify the author’ s purpose as well as make, revise, and confirm predictions. Detailed illustrations, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Nothing for Father’s Day

level E ┊ 134 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Nothing for Father’ s Day, a dad who has received less than useful gifts the previous Father’ s Day tells his family that he wants nothing for Father’ s Day. The family honors his request but gives him something special that doesn’ t come in a box. The picture-to-text correspondenceand repetitive text patterns contribute to the readers’ enjoyment of the story.

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Places Plants and Animals Live

level E ┊ 100 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

This book introduces students to the various environments of animals and plants on Earth. Animal cards are provided for students to cut apart and place in the appropriate environment in the book. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Police Officers

level E ┊ 95 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

A police officer has many different jobs–keeping people safe, enforcing laws, patrolling the streets, solving crimes, and more. In this book, readers learn about what it takes to become a police officer, what police officers wear, how they get around, and how they help people. Detailed illustrations support the text.

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Runaway Snowball

level E ┊ 111 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

In Runaway Snowball, a giant snowball gets away from Timothy, causing problems for everyone below him on the hill. The story supports emergent readers by providing colorful illustrations and a repetitive text. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine cause and effect as well as how to recognize and use comparative adjectives.

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Say “Cheese”

level E ┊ 107 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

How is cheese made? Say “Cheese” provides students with a step-by-step guide to making cheese using basic ingredients and tools. Simple instructions and detailed photographs support student learning. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize to understand the text and tosequence events.

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Sew Who?

level E ┊ 108 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Are you ready to make an owl? Sew Who? provides students with a step-by-step guide to creating an adorable owl using basic sewing skills. Simple instructions and detailed illustrations support student learning. The book can also be used to teach students how to retell and sequence events.

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Shapes in Tide Pools

level E ┊ 108 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

This book teaches students about animals that live in the pools of water on rocky shores called tide pools. The puzzle format encourages readers to guess the tide pool animal described. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Shoes Men Wear

level E ┊ 91 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

For the purposes of this lesson, the books Shoes Men Wear and Shoes Women Wear should be used together. These books discuss the kinds of shoes men and women wear and the places they wear them. The lesson offers a unique opportunity to help students identify the purpose for each kind of shoe, note similarities and subtle differences between shoe styles, and gain experience with across-text reading. Repetitive text, high-frequency words, and supportive photographs make this an easy book for emergent readers.

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Shoes Women Wear

level E ┊ 91 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

For the purposes of this lesson, the books Shoes Men Wear and Shoes Women Wear should be used together. These books discuss the kinds of shoes men and women wear and the places they wear them. The lesson offers a unique opportunity to help students identify the purpose for each kind of shoe, note similarities and subtle differences between shoe styles, and gain experience with across-text reading. Repetitive text, high-frequency words, and supportive photographs make this an easy book for emergent readers.

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Skateboards

level E ┊ 76 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Skateboards provides students with a unique view into the world of skateboarding. Students will learn what liz-3582599727969803 are, how to stay safe while riding, and where people (and dogs!) like to skateboard. Detailed photographs and high-frequency words support emergent readers. Students will also learn about main idea and details, as well as asking and answering questions, to better understand the text.

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Sloth Wants to Snooze

level E ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Sloth wants to snooze, but everywhere she goes is too noisy. The monkeys, the bugs, even the lizards are making too much racket for her to get any rest. What will she do? Sloth Wants to Snooze introduces students to one of nature’s more unusual animals, the sloth, and its favorite activity,sleeping. Colorful illustrations add humor and detail. The story also presents opportunities to study sequencing events and verbs.

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Stop Snoring!

level E ┊ 89 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Grandpa is snoring really loudly. In the book Stop Snoring!, students will read about the many ways two kids try to make Grandpa stop. No matter what they try, he keeps on snoring. Emergent readers are supported by high-frequency words, repetitive phrases, and detailed illustrations. Students will have the opportunity to identify characters and setting as well as connect to prior knowledge as they read this entertaining realistic-fiction story.

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The Boy Who Cried “Wolf!”

level E ┊ 111 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

In this retelling of the classic folktale, a young boy is bored while watching sheep, so he decides to play a trick and cries “Wolf!” After he plays the trick again, a wolf really does show up-and the boy learns a valuable lesson. Students will enjoy the humorous illustrations while they learn about sequencing events and past-tense verbs.

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The Class Pet

level E ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Class pets can be fun but can also create some problems. In The Class Pet, the class has to figure out who is going to help feed the class fish during school breaks. Vivid illustrations and high-frequency words make this story a good fit for early readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the problem and solution as well as how to recognize and use proper nouns that name people.

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The Contest

level E ┊ 107 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Andy and Jay are eating watermelon outside. They decide to have a watermelon seed-spitting contest. Whose seeds will go the farthest? Supportive pictures, repetitive phrases, and high-frequency words support early readers.

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The First Strawberry

level E ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Have you ever grown your own fruit? In The First Strawberry students learn the steps needed to plant and grow their own strawberries. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify the sequence of events aswell as to connect to prior knowledge.

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The Four Seasons

level E ┊ 81 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Who wouldn’ t like to play in the rain during a spring shower? Or swim at the beach on a hot summer’ s day? In this informational book, students will learn the seasons that these activities are usually associated with, as well as some of the characteristics of each season. Photographs of childrenenjoying seasonal activities such as carving a pumpkin and building a snowman will help students make text-to-self connections.

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The Sisters C

level E ┊ 77 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Do you prefer cereal or cookies? How about carrots or celery? In The Sisters C余额宝在哪里领取红包, readers will be introduced to two sisters, Ceci and Coco, who love things that begin with the letter Cc. But each sister prefers a different sound made by the letter Cc: Ceci prefers the /s/ sound while Coco prefers the /k/ sound. The simple text and detailed illustrations will keep students interested in this engaging phonics lesson while practicing their reading fluency. Additionally, this book can be used to teach students to compare and contrast as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand text.

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The Storm

level E ┊ 104 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The Storm takes the reader through the sights and sounds of a coming thunderstorm. The pictures and narrative text heightens the suspense.

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The Vet

level E ┊ 100 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Where do animals go when they are sick or hurt? They visit a vet! In the book The Vet, students will read about animals that need to visit the pet doctor. Students will have the opportunity to identify the problems and solutions in this simple story. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive text support emergent readers.

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Time For Bed

level E ┊ 110 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Time for Bed tells a story with which all young readers will be familiar-getting ready for bed. The little boy’ s bedtime routine is presented in a simple, repetitive text pattern. The picture-to-text correspondence supports the story.

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Tiny Tugboat

level E ┊ 117 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Tiny Tugboat has a huge job before him when a crowd of boats get stuck in the bay. The plucky tugboat goes to work. Students will enjoy watching him set free boats, ships, and even a submarine! Cartoony illustrations bring humor and personality to the story. Tiny Tugboat uses shorter sentences and dialogue appropriate for emergent readers, and also teaches students about sequencing events and quotation marks.

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Too Much Work!

level E ┊ 70 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Tiger, the house cat, dreams of being a hunter but decides it is too much work. Too Much Work! provides an opportunity for students to visualize and distinguish between reality and fantasy. High-frequency words and repetitive phrases make this book perfect for emergent readers. Illustrations support the text.

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Try, Try Again

level E ┊ 106 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Try, Try Again is based on the true story of a girl named Sonia. Sonia watched other kids going across the monkey bars, but when she tried to cross the monkey bars herself, she was unsuccessful. Will Sonia ever be successful at crossing the monkey bars? Detailed illustrations and repetitive text support beginning readers. Students will also be able to connect to prior knowledge and analyze characters in order to better understand the story.

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Wake Up, Bear!

level E ┊ 111 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Bear has slept all winter long. Now winter is over, and spring has begun. Will she finally wake up and explore the forest? Wake Up, Bear! is a charming story filled with detailed illustrations and engaging, repetitive text to support emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to sequence events as well as connect to prior knowledge to better understand the story.

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What Is in the Box?

level E ┊ 121 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In What Is in the Box?, a boy takes a box to be mailed. Find out where the box goes and what happens to it along the way. Repetitive text, supportive pictures, and high-frequency words make this book perfect for emerging readers.

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What’s for Dinner?

level E ┊ 133 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Giraffe is hungry, but he is tired of eating leaves. How will Giraffe solve his problem? He decides to try to eat foods other animals eat. Humorous, supportive pictures and repetitive phrases allow early readers to be successful.

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What’s In That Pouch?

level E ┊ 101 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In What’ s in That Pouch?, students learn about some animals that carry their babies in a pouch. Students will find out where these animals live and what they eat. Students can identify the main idea and supporting details, and connect to prior knowledge. Detailed illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetition support readers.

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When I Grow Up

level E ┊ 121 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

When I Grow Up is a story about a little girl who frequently questions her parents about when she will be allowed to do things on her own. Charming illustrations, a repeated sentence pattern, and familiar experiences make this an enjoyable book for early readers.

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Where Are My Things?

level E ┊ 110 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Have you ever lost something special to you? In Where Are My Things? Tosh has to figure out what happened to all of his collections. Colorful illustrations and high-frequency words make this story perfect for early readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the problem and solution as well as how to identify and use interrogative sentences.

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Which Tree?

level E ┊ 90 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What do all trees have in common? They all have leaves! But those leaves can be very different. In Which Tree? students get a closer look at many kinds of trees and their leaves through extraordinary photographs. The repetitive sentences and high-frequency words help teach students about adjectives as well as comparing and contrasting. Students will also have the opportunity to practice connecting to prior knowledge as they read.

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Winter Sports

level E ┊ 81 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever gone sledding down a snow-covered hill? Have you ever been ice-skating on a frozen lake? Winter Sports is a colorful introduction to a variety of sports played during the winter. Detailed photographs and a repetitive text structure support students’ learning as they make connections to prior knowledge and practice the skill of classifying information.

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