A Desert Counting Book

level H ┊ 135 words ┊ ?))









Concept (fiction)

Bailey is a dog who lives in Arizona. She likes many animals and plants that live in the desert. Students will have the opportunity to count Bailey’ s favorite things found in the desert. This text provides students with the opportunity to summarize and classify information. Detailed, supportive illustrations and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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A Monster Fish Tale

level H ┊ 284 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

The Monsters decide to go on a fishing trip. After catching an old boot, a rusty bucket, and some pond weeds, they’ re just about to give up. But suddenly, Bonk catches a fish! The other Monsters watch as the fish flops around in the grass. They begin to feel sorry for the animal, and they decide to let it go. But now what will they eat?

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Abigail Adams

level H ┊ 183 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Abigail Adams introduces readers to the second First Lady of the United States. Students will learn about Abigail’ s ideas and how she helped shape the future of America. The simple text and interesting pictures will keep students engaged while supporting emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students the skill of sequencing events as well as asking and answering questions to better understand text. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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American Football

level H ┊ 231 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The action-packed sport of American Football excites spectators around the globe. Students will be interested to learn about the sport’ s origin as well as how the game is played. Amazing photos and diagrams support the text.

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Animals, Animals

level H ┊ 207 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.

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Anna and the Dancing Goose

level H ┊ 291 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Anna loves everything about Easter. Her grandmother brings her Easter eggs and a gift-a music box with a goose dancing inside a blue egg. Anna is curious, so her grandmother tells her the story of the dancing goose. Students will have the opportunity to sequence events and reflect on family connections in this story within a story.

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At a Touch Tank

level H ┊ 185 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (nonfiction)

This book describes the types of animals that live in an Alaskan coast touch tank. Students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast invertebrates that live along the coast of Alaska.

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Blackbeard the Pirate

level H ┊ 236 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Blackbeard the Pirate tells the true story of the famous pirate who terrorized the seas for years. Born in the late 1600s, he learned to sail at an early age. Once he began robbing ships, Blackbeard became one of the most feared pirates on the sea until he was killed in battle. Blackbeard’s true story is the inspiration behind many of the colorful pirates in today’ s books and movies. Photographs, illustrations, and maps support the text. Book and lesson also available at Levels K and N.

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Blue Whales: Giant Mammals

level H ┊ 214 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Blue whales are the largest animals on Earth, but there are many other interesting things to learn about them. In this book, students will read about how these animals breathe, how they eat, and more. Pictures enhance the text.

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Brainstorm Bear

level H ┊ 225 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

The Miller family gets a big surprise when they go outside to set up a yard sale and find a bear in a tree. How will they get it down? Brainstorm Bear is an entertaining and humorous story about the many ideas the family comes up with for how to move the bear. The book can also be used to teach students how to retell and identify problems and solutions. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Brother Messy, Brother Neat

level H ┊ 205 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

We love our families, but they can drive us crazy. In Brother Messy, Brother Neat, wo brothers are as different as they can be. One likes everything neat and tidy, and the other prefers creative messes. What happens when they are forced to share a room? Your students will want to find out,and you will want to use this opportunity to teach them about problem and solution in a story.

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Butterfly Café

level H ┊ 180 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In Butterfly Café a young girl prepares a “café” for future monarch butterflies to visit. The stages of plant development are briefly told through the narration. Detailed illustrations support the text.

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Carlos’s First Thanksgiving

level H ┊ 270 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Carlos and his family are looking forward to their first Thanksgiving dinner in America. everything is going as planned until a big snowstorm prevents the guests from coming. everyone in the neighborhood is worried about what they will do for Thanksgiving dinner. Then Carlos comes up with a plan that reflects the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Students will have the opportunity to sequence events and to reflect on the meaning of Thanksgiving as they read this book.

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Cinderella

level H ┊ 251 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Cinderella is the delightful retelling of the classic fairy tale of a beautiful young maiden who is at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and stepsisters. When her wish is granted, Cinderella finds herself at the ball and the prince finds himself in love, but Cinderella disappears at the stroke of midnight. The book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast and the proper use of adjectives. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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City Falcons

level H ┊ 208 words ┊ ?))









Descriptive (fiction)

Falcons are amazing birds of prey, and those that live in the city get help from humans. City Falcons provides interesting facts about how falcons adapt to raising their young in urban areas and how people can keep an eye on them. The story is written in a descriptive narrative format for transitional 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 text.

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Club Monster

level H ┊ 306 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

What should the Monsters do to pass the long, hot summer? All the other cool monsters join clubs. But the garden club makes Snag sneeze, the travel club makes Bonk seasick, and the hiking club is just too hard. When the Monsters try to form their own “Scary Monsters” club, their passwords aren’ tscary enough, and their scary faces are too scary. Just when the Monsters get discouraged, the jingle of an ice cream truck reminds them that there are many ways to be cool in the summer.

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Condors: Giant Birds

level H ┊ 194 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Condors are fascinating animals. This book explores the habitats, eating habits, appearance, and offspring of these giant birds. Vibrant images help bring this book to life.

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Cool as a Cuke

level H ┊ 275 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Uzzle’ s cousin Cuke has come to visit, and suddenly Cuke’ s the coolest monster on the block. All the other monsters want to dress like him, comb their fur like him, and play with him-all except Bonk. He’ s not sure he likes all the fuss his friends make over the new monster. But when Cuke getslost on a bike ride, all of the monsters know that Bonk is the one to call to help.

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Dr. King’s Memorial

level H ┊ 250 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential civil rights leaders in American history. He worked hard for equality and taught others how to stand up for what they believed in by using peaceful ways to resist violence. Dr. King’ s Memorial provides an introduction to Dr. MartinLuther King Jr.’ s work and his role in changing unfair laws against racism. This book also provides an opportunity to discuss segregation laws. Detailed photographs support informative and engaging text. This book can also be used to teach sequence of events as well as the proper use of past-tense verbs. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Earth’s Water

level H ┊ 240 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Most of Earth’ s surface is covered with water. Plants, animals, and humans are dependent upon water for their survival. Earth’ s Water introduces students to the many forms of Earth’ s water and emphasizes the importance of caring for this valuable resource. The book can also be used to make connections to prior knowledge and to identify main ideas and supporting details. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Elephants: Giant Mammals

level H ┊ 198 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The largest of all land animals, elephants are amazing. Students will enjoy learning all about these giants, from their families to their eating habits. Colorful pictures and maps support the text.

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Friends Around the World

level H ┊ 198 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Friends Around the World focuses on children from countries around the world. The children tell their names and where they live. They share what they do for entertainment and the foods they enjoy. Book and lesson also available at Levels K and P.

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Goats Are Great!

level H ┊ 211 words ┊ ?))









Persuasive (nonfiction)

Why are goats great? This book informs students about goats and the products they provide. Students will learn what goats look like as well as what they eat. This nonfiction book also provides an opportunity to discuss fact and opinion. Detailed, supportive photographs and repetitive phrases supportearly readers.

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Grasshopper’s Gross Lunch

level H ┊ 181 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Day after day, grasshopper grazed on green grass and leaves. Then he decided to try some new foods. Will the new foods taste great or gross? Grasshopper’ s Gross Lunch provides the opportunity to discuss the difference between reality and fantasy with emergent readers. Illustrations support the text.

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Grounded to Earth

level H ┊ 225 words ┊ ?))









Science Fiction (fiction)

What happens when alien children don’ t mind their parents? Zorb wants to take over Earth using blasters. His mother suggests that he leave Earth alone. When Zorb seems determined to take over the planet, his father decides to teach him a lesson about humans. In Grounded to Earth, studentshave the opportunity to retell and analyze a character while reading an interesting science fiction tale. Detailed, supportive illustrations and high-frequency words support emergent readers.

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How the Mice Beat the Men

level H ┊ 229 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

How the Mice Beat the Men is a delightful retelling of a Native American folktale. Students will enjoy reading about how the mice won the war against the men.

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How to Make a Drum

level H ┊ 183 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

In How to Make a Drum, students will learn about the materials needed and the steps involved in making a drum. Readers are supported by high-frequency words and detailed illustrations. Students will have the opportunity to sequence events as well as connect to prior knowledge as they read this interesting and informative how-to book.

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I Live in the City

level H ┊ 202 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Readers of this book will meet Anna, a young girl who lives in the city. Anna will show and tell readers all about life in a big city and why she likes it. It has tall buildings, big parks, lots of people, and fun things to do!

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I’d Like To Be

level H ┊ 234 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.

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Leap Year Birthday

level H ┊ 261 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Students love celebrating their birthdays! But what if their birthday came only once every four years? Leap Year Birthday tells the story of Leroy, a boy whose birthday falls on February 29. Leroy wants to learn more about leap day and why it happens only once every four years. Detailed illustrations and engaging text will help students learn about the scientific principles behind leap day. This book can also be used to teach students how to analyze characters as well as to retell the events of a story in the correct sequence. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Legs, Wings, Fins, and Flippers

level H ┊ 182 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Animals move in many ways, and they use different body parts to help them get from place to place. Legs, Wings, Fins, and Flippers provides emergent readers the opportunity to summarize text and classify information. Photographs support the text.

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Maria’s Thanksgiving

level H ┊ 214 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

If you’ ve ever looked forward to a big holiday event and had it canceled due to weather, you’ ll relate to this realistic fiction book. At the start of the story, Maria reminisces about past Thanksgivings. She remembers relatives gathering at her home, the foods family members brought, and the activities that everyone shared. Then a big snowstorm prevents the traditional family gathering. At first Maria and her neighbors fear that Thanksgiving is ruined. Then Maria comes up with a plan that honors the true meaning of Thanksgiving.

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Math Test Mix-Up

level H ┊ 262 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Math Test Mix-Up describes the dilemma two students experience when they don’ t follow directions to write their names on their tests. Both children end up learning an important lesson and become better students in the process.

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Monsters on Wheels

level H ┊ 291 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

The four Monsters love their wheels. They ride their bikes, skateboards, Rollerblades, and unicycles all over. But then winter comes, and they have to put their wheels away. They go shopping, and Lurk decides to buy a shovel so they can get rid of the snow on the trail and ride their wheels again.

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Moose on the Move

level H ┊ 224 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Where is the moose going? In the book Moose on the Move, students will read about a moose who moves to a new forest. He decides to meet the other animals. He soon realizes that he is different from most of the animals in the forest. Will he find any animals that are like him? Students will have the opportunity to compare and contrast as well as ask and answer questions as they read. Detailed, supportive pictures, a repetitive sentence pattern, and high-frequency words support readers.

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My Bones

level H ┊ 185 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Do you know how many bones are in the human body? Read My Bones to find out! Bones give our bodies shape. They also help protect our organs and help us move. Readers will love learning about the functions and the types of bones. This book provides students with a clear description of how bones work, and the clever illustrations are informative and fun. This fascinating book is also great for teaching students how to classify information and to use adjectives.

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Nami’s Gifts

level H ┊ 220 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Nami has a problem: She must make the perfect gift for each person in her family. It is her family tradition. She cannot think of the perfect gift for Aunt Hoshi. What will she make for her aunt? Nami’ s Gifts provides the opportunity to introduce the story elements of problem and solutionto emergent readers. Pictures support the text.

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Nature Stinks!

level H ┊ 210 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Some plants and animals rely on their odor as a means of survival. Nature Stinks! is both an informational and an entertaining look at the strange antics of these smelly creatures. Detailed photographs and captions support in-depth student learning. The book can also be used to reinforce theskills of comparing and contrasting as well as asking and answering questions. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Our Five Senses

level H ┊ 273 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Our Five Senses informs students about how our brain uses the senses to identify objects. This text provides students with the opportunity to summarize and classify information. Detailed, supportive photographs and repetitive phrases support early readers.

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Pip, the Monster Princess

level H ┊ 192 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Pip dreams of being a princess but is afraid she will have to make changes to herself in order to be one. She gets to work making a gown and fancy shoes. Will Pip become a princess? Students will have the opportunity to practice visualizing and distinguishing fantasy from reality.

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PIZZA!

level H ┊ 213 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In PIZZA!, students will learn about this popular dish, including its origins, modern-day toppings, and fun facts. Detailed photographs paired with informational text will engage readers as they use high-frequency words and practice comparing and contrasting information.

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Pocket Parks

level H ┊ 227 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

余额宝在哪里领取红包This book for emergent readers shares concise and fascinating information about pocket parks. Placed on small lots of land, these parks are sometimes no bigger than a parking space. Large, colorful photographs reinforce the details described and feature pocket parks from across the United States. The book draws on a child’ s natural interest in outdoor play areas to teach about pocket parks while delivering a simple geography lesson. Other potential teaching points include identifying main idea and details, summarizing information, and adjectives.

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Police Officers

level H ┊ 219 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

A police officer has many different jobs. Readers learn about what it takes to become a police officer, what police officers wear, how they get around, and how they help people.

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Rapunzel

level H ┊ 266 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Based on the classic fairy tale, Rapunzel is the story of a young girl doomed to a life of solitude in a tower by a lonely and powerful witch. When a prince happens upon this fair maiden, they create a plan to escape, only to be foiled by the evil doings of the witch. Will they live happily ever after? Use this story to teach students how to analyze character and accurately retell. Artistic illustrations and an engaging version of a classic fairy tale support emergent readers. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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Sam’s Fourth of July

level H ┊ 208 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Holidays are beloved days that light up the year for children. Sam’ s Fourth of July features one of the United States’ brighter holidays, the Fourth of July, complete with fireworks, parades, and music. In this story, Sam is a dog who loves the Fourth of July. The town decides to make Sam the leader of the parade, and he loves every minute of it . . . until the loud fireworks begin. What’ s a dog to do? Use this inviting story, coupled with cute illustrations, to teach students how to retell, sequence events, and use simple sentences.

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Ships and Boats

level H ┊ 169 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

From a simple canoe to a flashy cruise ship, students learn about all kinds of watercraft in this informative book. The book traces the history and development of boats used for both work and play. Book and lessons also available at Levels K and R.

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Sister Daisy, Sister Rose

level H ┊ 236 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Sister Daisy, Sister Rose tells the story of twins who appear alike in every way. No one can tell them apart, until one sister sets out to change that. Can she convince her twin that being different from each other is okay? Colorful and engaging illustrations support the text. Students willhave opportunities to identify cause-and-effect relationships as well as to practice their retelling skills.

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Smaller and Smaller

level H ┊ 214 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

A group of farm animals notice that their friends appear smaller and smaller as they go to a barn far away. Cow, who believes that each animal has disappeared, is the last to go to the barn. When she gets to the barn, she discovers something unexpected.

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Soccer

level H ┊ 197 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Soccer has been the most popular sport around the world for decades. Students will enjoy learning about how this exciting sport is played as well as about its history and famous players. Incredible images, maps, and diagrams support the text.

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Spring Is Here

level H ┊ 194 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Spring Is Here introduces readers to the signs of spring in different outdoor settings, such as the garden, pond, and mountains. The text includes a table of contents and glossary of content vocabulary words.

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Statues in the Ice

level H ┊ 215 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Most people use ice to keep items cold, but some people use ice to create works of art. Statues in the Ice introduces readers to the beautiful world of ice statues—sculptures that are as lovely as any piece in a museum but are carved entirely out of ice. The accompanying photographs will amaze readers and increase their interest in the topic of the book. The book can also be used to teach students about main idea and details and adjectives.

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Statues in the Sand

level H ┊ 208 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Explore the amazing art of sand sculpting in Statues in the Sand. Follow along with sand sculptors as they create animals, famous figures, and even entire cities completely out of sand. Students will enjoy detailed photographs of the sculpting process in addition to up-close images of theseextraordinary pieces of art.

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Summer Olympics Events

level H ┊ 153 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Summer Olympics Events is an informational book that describes some of the sports in which athletes compete during the Summer Olympic Games. Readers will learn about different types of water sports, gymnastics, and track-and-field events. Photographs help students make text-to-picture connections. Book and lesson also available at Levels K and Q.

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Tag-Along Goat

level H ┊ 211 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

The monsters visit a petting zoo and feed the animals. Everything appears to be going well until a goat escapes and follows them home. Now they are faced with the problem of getting a stubborn goat back to the zoo. Tag-Along Goat is the perfect book to introduce story elements. Humorous pictures support the text.

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Terell’s Taste Buds

level H ┊ 192 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Terell is a fussy eater. He eats the same foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. On Thanksgiving, Terell realizes none of his favorite foods are on the table. What will he eat? His grandmother knows how to solve the problem. What will she do? Terell’ s Taste Buds provides the opportunity to introduce story elements. Pictures support the text.

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The Butterfly Life Cycle

level H ┊ 233 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

A monarch butterfly changes from egg to caterpillar, then to pupa, and finally to butterfly in The Butterfly Life Cycle. Vivid photographs illustrate this process. The book can also be used to teach students how to sequence events in a text and how to apply subject-verb agreement. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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The Day I Needed Help

level H ┊ 232 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Young or old, we all need help sometimes. In this story, a boy needs a lot of help when he falls off a cliff and hurts his ankle. Lucky for him, a Search and Rescue team is ready and waiting. The Day I Needed Help teaches students about the people who work to keep us safe and help us heal.The adventurous plot and detailed illustrations will sustain emergent readers’ interest from beginning to end.

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The Empty Pot

level H ┊ 239 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

One of the most valuable lessons a person can learn is the importance of being honest. The Empty Pot tells the story of a young Chinese boy named Chen, whose honesty helped him become the next emperor of China. Colorful illustrations and engaging text will keep students interested in learningthis important lesson. The book can also be used to teach students how to analyze characters as well as to retell to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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The Goat and the Singing Wolf

level H ┊ 213 words ┊ ?))









Fable (fiction)

A young goat is startled when a wolf jumps out of the bushes. The wolf chases the goat and wants to eat him. Unfortunately for the wolf, the goat is very clever and thinks of a plan to fool the wolf. Will he succeed in his task, or will he become the wolf’ s dinner? Young readers will enjoy readingto find the outcome of this ancient Greek fable!

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The Grand Canyon

level H ┊ 213 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In the high desert of northern Arizona is a canyon so big that we can see it from space. The Grand Canyon provides students an introduction to this incredible wonder of the world from its from its formation and early explorations to the canyon as we know it today: one of the most popular national parks. The book can also be used to teach students how to discern fact or opinion and to identify synonyms and antonyms. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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The Mighty Mississippi

level H ┊ 226 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

From Lake Itasca in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River runs its mighty course. The Mighty Mississippi introduces readers to the geography and the many benefits of the river to people and wildlife alike. Students will have an opportunity to connect to their prior knowledgeas they read. Text is supported with detailed photographs and text features. Book and lesson also available at Levels K and N.

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The Owl and the Pussycat

level H ┊ 231 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

The Owl and the Pussycat is a charming retelling of the classic story, told in rhyme. In this story, the owl and the pussycat decide to sail away to be together. When they arrive at their destination, they are married by the turkey who lives on the hill and live happily ever after.

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The Parking Ticket

level H ┊ 162 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Mom parked in the wrong spot, and now she has a ticket. Mom decides to fight the ticket in court. Will her appeal succeed? The Parking Ticket, provides students with an entertaining story about laws and the court system. The book can also be used to teach students how to make inferences and draw conclusions as well as the proper use of quotation marks.

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Weird Bird Beaks

level H ┊ 130 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever wondered why some birds have such weird beaks? Have you wondered how they can eat or fly with such oddly shaped beaks? Weird Bird Beaks provides some insight. Book and lesson also available at Levels N and R.

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What Built This?

level H ┊ 161 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

What Built This? introduces readers to the fascinating world of animal builders. Students will learn about the many reasons animals build as well as the different types of things they build. Text is supported with detailed photographs and text features to keep students engaged. This book canalso be used to teach students the skills of comparing and contrasting, and identifying nouns. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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What Lives in This Hole?

level H ┊ 217 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

From the deserts of Arizona to the streams and rivers of Japan, people have wondered What Lives in This Hole? Join the student author as he writes a class blog about burrowing animals from all over the world. Interesting photos and detailed maps give readers the opportunity to learn about animals they many never see above the ground. The book and lesson are also available at Levels K and N.

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Wing’s Visit to Singapore

level H ┊ 258 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

When Wing visits Singapore, his Uncle Lee takes him fishing on Bedok Jetty. It is Wing’ s first time fishing and he is not sure he will enjoy himself. As his uncle encourages him to keep trying, Wing learns that fishing can be fun after all. Pictures support the text.

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Yellowstone: A Place of Wild Wonders

level H ┊ 201 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

As the United States’ first national park, Yellowstone paved the way for the protection of beautiful land throughout the country. Yellowstone: A Place of Wild Wonders provides students with an introduction to this magnificent area and all of its natural wonders. Detailed photographs supportthe text. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing and the proper use of conjunctions. The book and lesson are also available for levels K and N.

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