A Clown Face

level F ┊ 180 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

A Clown Face outlines the steps involved in dressing up to look like a clown. Early readers will enjoy the detailed illustrations that correspond with the repetitive text pattern. They may even be inspired to use the book as a guide to dress up as a clown.

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A Look at Fossils

level F ┊ 120 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In A Look at Fossils, students will learn what fossils are and how they are formed. They will also have the opportunity to examine different fossils and learn to make inferences and draw conclusions based on what they observe. The detailed photographs and the use of high-frequency words support emergent readers. In this lesson, students will practice asking and answering questions as well as recognizing and using question marks.

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A Pet for Jupe

level F ┊ 224 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

This is the third book in the Monsters series. Jupe wants a pet and finally gets one for her birthday. The text sets up a nice prediction sequence where the reader can guess what the pet will be: a kitten.

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Animal Dads

level F ┊ 145 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Animal Dads, students will learn about the creative ways different dads take care of their babies. Some dads feed their young, some dads protect their young, and some even clean their young. This book provides the opportunity to teach students how to identify the main idea and details andto visualize different animal dads with their young.

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Are You From Brazil?

level F ┊ 143 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What types of animals live in Brazil? Are You From Brazil? takes readers on a beautiful photographic adventure to discover some of the fascinating animals that live in Brazil. Detailed photographs and simple sentences support early readers. Students can also practice the skills of visualizingas well as comparing and contrasting to better understand the text.

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Are You From India?

level F ┊ 145 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What types of animals can be found in India? The book Are You From India? features beautiful, detailed photographs and descriptions of animals from India. Students have the opportunity to compare and contrast the animals of India, as well as to ask and answer questions. Captions, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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Are You Okay?

level F ┊ 150 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Are You Okay? is a sweet story about the spirit of helping others. Students will enjoy seeing how the animal characters assist each other with familiar tasks around school. The story supports readers by providing colorful illustrations, high-frequency words, and some repetitive text. The book can be used to teach students how to determine cause-and-effect relationships and the proper use of quotation marks.

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At the Airport

level F ┊ 104 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

At the Airport explains the purpose of an airport and the steps people take to get on an airplane before traveling. Informative photographs support the text to maintain students’ interest. The repetitive word pattern, simple sentence structure, and high-frequency vocabulary make this an enjoyable book for early emergent readers.

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At the Movies

level F ┊ 144 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Let’ s go to the movies, but don’ t forget to bring your best manners with you! At the Movies provides students with an introduction to theater etiquette. Colorful illustrations support simple text for emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing and the proper use of interrogative sentences.

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At the Watering Hole

level F ┊ 112 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

During the dry season on the African savanna, the watering hole is a gathering place for many animals. The book At the Watering Hole allows students to learn about the variety of animals that come to get a drink at this special place. The book can also be used to teach students to classify information and the proper use of verbs.

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Battery Power!

level F ┊ 126 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Batteries can power so many things! In Battery Power! students will learn how batteries work and what they can power. Detailed photographs, high-frequency words, and simple sentences support beginning readers. Students will also have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge as well as toidentify the main idea and details in order to better understand the text.

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Best of Friends

level F ┊ 127 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Tiger and Lily hissed at each other. They were enemies. Will they become the best of friends? Best of Friends provides the opportunity to practice retelling and identifying cause-and-effect relationships. Repetitive language and high-frequency words make this a great book for emergent readers.

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Changing Seasons

level F ┊ 173 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Changing Seasons, readers learn about the changes that occur with each season. The lengths of day and night, as well as the cycle of plant growth and the change in temperatures, are explained by a young narrator. Engaging illustrations supplement the text.

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Cleaning My Room

level F ┊ 148 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Cleaning My Room is the story of one little boy and his very messy room. After his mom instructs him to clean up the mess, the boy asks for the reader’ s help to locate and sort various objects in his room. Lively illustrations and engaging text support emerging readers. Students will have the opportunity to identify story elements including characters, plot, and setting in this humorous story.

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Color Wheel Colors

level F ┊ 144 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Color Wheel Colors余额宝在哪里领取红包 introduces students to the color wheel and the concepts of primary and secondary colors. Students will relate to the girl and her paintings as they learn about the colors on the wheel and how they can be grouped. Colorful illustrations and repetitive text support emergent readers. The 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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Community Workers

level F ┊ 84 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever stopped to think about the people who work and help in the community each day? Community Workers provides readers with a brief overview of familiar helpers in the community, including doctor, firefighter, and mail carrier. Engaging puzzle format encourages the reader to use clues to guess the community worker being described.

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Does It Sink or Float?

level F ┊ 137 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Does It Sink or Float? students have the opportunity to use what they know about familiar objects to determine whether each will sink or float in water. Interesting photographs are included to enhance student understanding of the concepts sink and float. Repetitive phrases and high-frequency words support early readers.

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Double It!

level F ┊ 156 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

When Mia finds a box with Double It! written on the side, she asks her mom what it does. Her mom tells her to experiment, and Mia quickly learns that their box is magically wonderful! This fantasy story teaches a basic math concept beneath the fun plot and can be used to explain cause-and-effect relationships and simple subjects. Charming illustrations accompany the story and visually reinforce the math involved.

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Eat Like a Pig

level F ┊ 152 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

In this entertaining story, Pig and Poodle fix a nice dinner. Everything is going well until Pig discovers Poodle has very poor manners. What will Pig do? Use this story to discuss the importance of proper table manners. Colorful and engaging illustrations support the text. Students will have opportunities to make, revise, and confirm predictions as well as compare and contrast characters.

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Election Day

level F ┊ 101 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Voting is one of the most important ways citizens can help make changes to their community. Election Day is a great way to introduce students to this civic duty. Detailed photographs and simple sentences are used to explain the Election Day process. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and details as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text.

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Farm Friends

level F ┊ 175 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Bonk visits Jupe’ s grandpa and grandma on a farm. Bonk is hesitant at first, but as it turns out, life on the farm is fun and delicious! Charming illustrations complement the text.

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Firefighters

level F ┊ 110 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Firefighting is serious business. Readers learn about the challenges liz-4436599823129097 face and the kinds of equipment they use. It’ s very important work. Informative photographs support the text. Book and lesson also available at Levels J and M.

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Fishing with Grandpa

level F ┊ 176 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Fishing with Grandpa tells the story of a grandfather and grandchild who go on a fishing trip together. The day’ s events are described from beginning to end, including baiting the hook and eating the fish. Young readers who have not been fishing just might get “hooked.”

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Fishtank Fun

level F ┊ 119 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

What’ s a bored fish to do when it lives in a tank all alone? Fishtank Fun is the story of one very imaginative fish and its creative solutions to living by itself. Students will enjoy colorful illustrations that support entertaining text. The book can also be used to teach students how to make inferences as well as to connect to prior knowledge.

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Flashlight Shadow Show

level F ┊ 83 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

When a storm knocks out the electricity in the house, a clever mother turns the scary situation into a fun one by bringing out the flashlights. Flashlight Shadow Show celebrates creativity and will also teach emergent readers about classifying information, nouns, and plurals. The beautifulillustrations perfectly complement a very visual story.

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Following the Map

level F ┊ 133 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Following the Map, Mom gives Kelly a map and a compass to use to locate her birthday surprise. High-frequency words, repetitive phrases, and detailed illustrations support readers, and they will have the opportunity to sequence events as well as to ask and answer questions as they read this fun-filled story about following a map.

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Four Friends

level F ┊ 161 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

Four Friends is a delightful and clever story that students will love! Detailed illustrations, onomatopoeic words, and a repetitive text structure will support emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to make, revise, and confirm predictions as well as to make inferences anddraw conclusions in order to better understand the story.

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Friends in the Stars

level F ┊ 129 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

In Friends in the Stars, a mother dog and her pup play a game with the stars while sitting in the backyard. Students will enjoy connecting the dots (stars) on each page to reveal the different pictures Momma and Puppy are seeing in the stars. Along with creative illustrations, early readersare supported by high-frequency words and a repeated phrase throughout the story.

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Gaggle, Herd, and Murder

level F ┊ 129 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Readers may have heard about a pack of wolves or a litter of puppies, but do they know which animals make up a gaggle or a murder? In Gaggle, Herd, and Murder, readers learn the meaning of these terms and more. Engaging photographs support the text.

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Glassblowing

level F ┊ 141 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Glassblowing introduces readers to the art of blown glass. This informational book, told from the first-person point of view of a glassblower, takes the reader through the process of making a glass bowl. Descriptive words and action verbs, together with step-by-step photographs, make this an enjoyable book for early readers.

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Hibernation

level F ┊ 115 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever wondered why some animals hibernate during the cold winter months? Where do they sleep? How do they survive? Hibernation provides information about animals that hibernate and how they stay alive during the winter months. Amazing pictures bring the text to life and draw young readers into the book. Book and lesson also available at Levels I and M.

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Hide and Seek with Zog

level F ┊ 279 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

In this delightful Monsters story, a shy new monster moves in next door to Jupe. Despite Jupe’ s attempts to bring her out of her hiding places, Zog is just too shy. But when there’ s a knock on the door, a tea party waiting on the lawn, and a giggle coming from behind the bush, Zog overcomes herfears.

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How Do They Move?

level F ┊ 179 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

How Do They Move? is an informational book that explains the ways in which a variety of animals move. Readers are presented with word and picture clues that help them identify the animals illustrated on each page. The repetitive word pattern, simple sentence structure, and use of high-frequency vocabulary make this an enjoyable book for early readers.

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How Is the Weather Today?

level F ┊ 180 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

How Is the Weather Today? introduces readers to various types of weather that occur during each season. The text discusses typical activities and clothing for each type of weather. Supportive illustrations accompany the text.

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How to Make a Snow Person

level F ┊ 193 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

Students will learn about how to make a snow person from paper and snow as they read this procedural text. High-frequency words and supportive photographs make this a great how-to book for early readers.

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I Am a Gymnast

level F ┊ 98 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Maya is a gymnast who loves to balance, flip, climb, and bend. I Am a Gymnast introduces students to twelve-year-old Maya and the gymnastics routine that keeps her happy and strong. The book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast as well as to ask and answer questionsto better understand the text.

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I Need a Snow Day!

level F ┊ 151 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Have you ever been nervous about something and wished for an excuse to avoid it? That’ s exactly what happens to the girl in I Need a Snow Day! Feeling nervous about her math test, she wishes for a snow day so she can miss school. When she wakes up in the morning, will there be lots of snow?Detailed illustrations and engaging text support emergent readers. This story can also be used to teach students to determine fact and opinion as well as to recognize and use exclamatory sentences.

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In a Chinese Garden

level F ┊ 96 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

The book In a Chinese Garden introduces students to the features of a Chinese garden and the Chinese characters that represent some of the objects in it. Repetitive phrases, supportive pictures, and high-frequency words make this book a good choice for emerging readers.

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Jobs for James

level F ┊ 154 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In this story, James wants to buy a new cage for his hamster, but he doesn’ t have enough money. With a little math and a lot of hard work, he can earn the money he needs to buy a cage for his pet. Jobs for James teaches students the value of work, the use of math in everyday life, and the accomplishment of earning what you buy. Colorful, happy pictures add a bright touch to this story about success.

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Josh Gets Glasses

level F ┊ 183 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Josh Gets Glasses, Josh is not happy about the prospect of wearing glasses. Josh’ s eye doctor explains that wearing glasses helps people perform their jobs and helps children do better in school. Josh decides that he might like wearing glasses after all.

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Lou’s Flu

level F ┊ 144 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Oh no, Lou has the flu! With just one sneeze, Lou sets off a series of events that leads to the whole household being bedridden. In Lou’ s Flu students will enjoy a humorous and informative story about how one group of siblings passes around the flu. Use this story to teach students how to identify cause-and-effect relationships and to accurately retell.

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Monster Reading Buddies

level F ┊ 152 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Jupe loves to read and visits the library each Saturday. She picks out books about pirates, whales, and ants. Soon it is time to go home, but Jupe has a problem. The stack of books is too heavy for her to carry. What will she do? Monster Reading Buddies provides the opportunity for studentsto retell the story and investigate cause-and-effect relationships. Pictures support the text.

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Mother’s Day

level F ┊ 150 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Mother’ s Day is a delightful story about a boy who, with the help of his father, prepares breakfast for his mom on Mother’ s Day. Illustrations reinforce the repetitive text pattern.

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Motorcycles

level F ┊ 118 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Motorcycles, students will learn about the many types and uses of liz-2266142214796962. This book provides the opportunity to teach students how to identify the main idea and details and to connect to their prior knowledge. Vivid photographs and the use of high-frequency words support emergent readers.

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Needs and Wants

level F ┊ 138 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What do we want? What do we really need? Students will learn the difference between requirements and desires in this helpful leveled reader. The text uses familiar situations that students easily connect to, and the illustrations cleverly show how we often wish for what we want even as we get what we need.

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Night Animals

level F ┊ 132 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What do animals do at night? In Night Animals, students learn about animals that are active at night and how their senses help them find food in the dark. Students have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details as well as to connect to prior knowledge. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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On the Moon

level F ┊ 129 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

While gazing up at the night sky, the Moon may seem very far away, yet it is the closest thing to us in space. On the Moon provides students with a detailed look at the uninhabitable surface of the moon, from craters to zero gravity. The book can also be used to teach students to ask and answer questions and to identify the author’ s purpose.

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Our Camping Trip

level F ┊ 150 words ┊ ?))









Personal Recount (fiction)

Even students who have never been camping will enjoy this story of a family’ s overnight camping trip. Told in first-person point of view and cleverly illustrated by “photographs” taken by the young boy, Our Camping Trip uses simple dialogue and repetitive text to ensure readers’ success.

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Our Class Flag

level F ┊ 154 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Our Class Flag, a group of students make a flag to represent their classroom. What symbols will they choose? This fun story for emergent readers explores flags and their meanings, and can be used as an easy introduction to Flag Day. Use this story to teach author’ s purpose, along withnouns and alphabetical order.

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Pi?atas Are Fun!

level F ┊ 99 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Pi?atas Are Fun! students will read about how pi?atas bring excitement and life to any party. Students will have an opportunity to make connections to prior knowledge as they read this simple yet informational text. Detailed photographs offer an opportunity for students to practice sequencing events while learning how pi?atas are made and the many sizes, shapes, and colors they come in.

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Princess Prefix

level F ┊ 89 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Princess Prefix can do amazing things! What does she do, and how does she do it? Read Princess Prefix to find out how she creates new words using prefixes. The story supports readers by providing colorful illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive text. The story can also be used toteach students how to determine cause-and-effect relationships and the proper use of exclamation marks.

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Rock Climbing

level F ┊ 118 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Rock Climbing takes students on a journey into the world of climbing. Through detailed photographs and supportive text, students will learn what makes rock climbing an exciting activity as well as how to stay safe. This book can also be used to teach students how to determine fact or opinionand to understand subject-verb agreement.

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Scaredy Crow

level F ┊ 151 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Two crows decide to rest for the night in the cornfield. Students learn about cause-and-effect relationships from the crows’ reactions when the scarecrow begins to move. The text features supporting illustrations and character dialogue.

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Seashells

level F ┊ 122 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Many children love collecting liz-7075072470451379 on the beach, but do they know where liz-7075072470451379 come from or what purpose they serve? In Seashells, readers will learn facts about liz-7075072470451379 and how they help protect animals called mollusks. The simple text and detailed photographs will keep students engaged while supporting early emergent readers. This book can also 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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Sir Suffix

level F ┊ 126 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Who is Sir Suffix, and what can he do? Sir Suffix ends words in new ways! In Sir Suffix, students will explore the usefulness of a variety of suffixes, including -ive, -ful, -less, and more! Colorful illustrations and engaging text make this book a perfect choice for teaching about suffixes.The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing as well as the proper use of adjectives in sentences.

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Sleds

level F ┊ 113 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Sleds, students will read about the many uses for liz-1767643435485748 in work, sports, and just for plain old fun! Students will have an opportunity to make connections to prior knowledge as they read this simple yet informative text. Detailed photographs offer an opportunity for students to practice comparing and contrasting while learning about various types of liz-1767643435485748.

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Smart Crows

level F ┊ 154 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

If someone asked you to name smart animals, chances are you wouldn’ t mention the crow. Yet this bird exhibits surprisingly intelligent behavior. Emergent readers will be fascinated to learn about the crow’ s clever tricks and actions. A mixture of photographs and fun illustrations that support the text will maintain their interest.

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Some Birds Go

level F ┊ 118 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Some Birds Go, students will read about different types of birds and when and why they migrate. Students will have the opportunity to identify the main idea and supporting details as well as to connect to prior knowledge. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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Stella Storyteller

level F ┊ 138 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Cookies are so delicious! But have you ever eaten a cookie without your parents’ permission? In Stella Storyteller, a girl who has eaten six cookies without her mother’ s permission has many stories to tell about what happened to those cookies! Lively illustrations and engaging 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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Super Thrift

level F ┊ 146 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Super Thrift tells the story of a girl who doesn’ t want to get a used bike from the thrift store. But after realizing how many cool and unique things she could find at the thrift store, she changes her attitude and falls in love with her bike. Detailed illustrations and high-frequency wordssupport emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students how to sequence events as well as to identify and use the pronoun she in sentences.

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SuperZero

level F ┊ 111 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Who will visit the class on the hundredth day of school? SuperZero, that’ s who! In SuperZero, a new student, Chris, learns what makes SuperZero so great, and why his classmates are excited for SuperZero’ s visit. Students will have the opportunity to determine the author’ s purpose, anddetailed, supportive illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support emergent readers.

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Taste This

level F ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Salty or sweet, can you guess how these foods taste? Students learn about the variety of tastes available in foods. A table of contents and index are included in this interesting nonfiction book. Detailed, supportive photographs and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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Terrific Tree Houses

level F ┊ 112 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

Who doesn’ t love tree houses? Terrific Tree Houses features some of the world’ s most amazing tree houses, ranging from simple tree forts to luxury hotel accommodations. Engaging photographs will grab readers’ attention as they learn about main idea and details and the prepositions around and with.

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Thank You, Everyone!

level F ┊ 143 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

It’ s fall! Ben and Lisa love many things about fall, especially Thanksgiving dinner. In Thank You, Everyone!, students will have the opportunity to think about what they are thankful for as well as learn how fruits and vegetables make their way to the Thanksgiving table. They will also havethe opportunity to sequence events in this holiday story. Detailed illustrations, repetitive text, and high-frequency words support readers.

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The Food Chain

level F ┊ 152 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The Food Chain features five items in the food chain. The book describes how each link in the food chain is consumed by the link that follows it. The book concludes with a one-page photo sequence of the parts of the food chain depicted in the book.

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The Giant Turnip

level F ┊ 118 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

The Giant Turnip is a funny and entertaining story about the biggest turnip you have ever seen! Colorful illustrations and the repetitive text structure will support emergent readers. Students will have the opportunity to retell the events of the story as well as to identify characters in order to better understand the story.

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The Snowstorm

level F ┊ 90 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Jamal and Isha are playing outside when the wind suddenly begins to blow and the air becomes colder. As the children run inside to get their coats, white flakes begin to fall. It’ s a snowstorm! Supportive pictures and high-frequency words support early readers in this fun winter story.

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The Sunflower Hut

level F ┊ 147 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

What is a sunflower hut? And how do you make one? The Sunflower Hut provides students with simple step-by-step instructions for making this magical and whimsical play space. Detailed illustrations and simple sentences support emergent readers. This book lends itself to teaching the importanceof sequencing events correctly and can also be used to teach students to place commas after introductory words.

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The Three Little Pigs

level F ┊ 155 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

The classic fairy tale The Three Little Pigs is retold with rich description-featuring the big, bad wolf huffing and puffing to blow down the straw house, the stick house, and the brick house. As expected, the three little pigs live happily ever after in the brick house. Illustrations support the text. This book is one of three multilevel readers. Book and lesson also available at Levels I and M.

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The Tortoise and the Hare

level F ┊ 131 words ┊ ?))









Fable (fiction)

The Tortoise and the Hare is a retelling of the classic fable. Given his great speed, boastful Hare is certain he will beat humble Tortoise in a race. Hare does not realize, however, that slow and steady wins the race. Students will enjoy this simple tale told through repetitive text and delightful illustrations.

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Trucking

level F ┊ 168 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever thought about the different kinds of trucks and what they do? Trucking gives students information about different types of trucks and the kinds of jobs they do. Photographs of trucks doing their jobs support the text. Repetitive text and high-frequency words also support early readers.

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Tunnels

level F ┊ 109 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Modern-day liz-6099263317367412 are quite extraordinary in their ability to move people and cargo quickly through mountains, underground, and even underwater. Tunnels provides students with a comprehensive look at various types of liz-6099263317367412 and their many benefits. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize while reading and to accurately identify cause-and-effect relationships.

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Two for Me, One for You

level F ┊ 159 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

What should Mom do in the story Two for Me, One for You? Justin wants all the toys for himself, but Mom says he must share with Eric. What happens when Justin splits the toys into two piles? Students can sequence events as well as connect to prior knowledge. Supportive illustrations and high-frequency words support emergent readers.

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Using Less Energy

level F ┊ 102 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (fiction)

How can we use less energy? Students will learn about items that use energy and alternatives that use less energy. This text provides students with the opportunity to ask and answer questions as well as classify information. Detailed, supportive illustrations and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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We Do Yoga

level F ┊ 125 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

Yoga is a great form of exercise that can be lots of fun! In We Do Yoga, a boy and girl demonstrate several different yoga poses while associating them with animals and objects. Entertaining and colorful illustrations and engaging text support emergent readers. Students will also have the opportunity to identify the author’ s purpose as well as connect to prior knowledge.

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Weird White House Pets

level F ┊ 146 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The residents of the White House include not only presidents and their families, but also their pets. Students will learn that the White House has been home to not only dogs and cats, but farm animals, woodland creatures, and even an alligator.

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What’s In That Shell?

level F ┊ 95 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

What do all shells have in common? They are all hard! But each shell can come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. In What’ s in That Shell? students will learn about different types of shells and what can be found inside of them. The high-frequency words and repetitive sentence structurecan be used to teach students how to compare and contrast as well as to recognize adjectives. Students will also have the opportunity to practice visualizing as they read.

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Where Is Cub?

level F ┊ 153 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Where Is Cub? tells the story of a mother bear who awakens to find her cub missing. She visits several animal friends to learn if they have seen the little bear. Finally, she asks a buzzing bee. The bee has indeed seen her cub and is not at all happy about it. Strong illustrations support the story structure.

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Who Needs Rain?

level F ┊ 124 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Have you ever been stuck inside because it was raining? That’ s what happens to a boy named Andy in Who Needs Rain? He is then visited by a cloud in his dreams and learns why rain is important. Colorful illustrations and engaging text support emergent readers. This story can be used to teachstudents how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing as well as to recognize and use interrogative sentences.

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