Abigail Adams

level K ┊ 387 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 alsobe 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 H and N.

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All About Kites

level K ┊ 636 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

People have been making and flying kites for thousands of years. All About Kites provides details about the many uses of kites. Illustrations and directions on how to make a kite are included. Book and lesson also available at Levels N and R.

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Animals, Animals

level K ┊ 268 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 E and H.

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Anna and the Magic Coat

level K ┊ 468 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

It looks like rain at Anna’ s school picnic. But with Oma’ s magic coat, Anna can change the weather, and she commands the clouds to go away. Under sunny skies, everyone has fun except Anna. How can she enjoy a picnic while wearing a coat that is too heavy and too hot?

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Barack Obama

level K ┊ 372 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Barack Obama is a biographical text about the forty-fourth president of the United States of America. Chronicling his life from birth until his historic election, the book educates readers on how Obama’ s life experiences shaped his decisions and career path. Background information about his family life, struggles, and career choices gives readers insight into Obama’ s personal side. Book and lesson also available at Levels O and S.

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Blackbeard the Pirate

level K ┊ 591 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 H and N.

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Brainstorm Bear

level K ┊ 408 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 H and N.

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Carlos’s Family Celebration

level K ┊ 340 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Carlos’ s Family Celebration follows Carlos and his sister, Selena, as they prepare to celebrate Mexican Independence Day with their family. They decorate the house, practice their dancing, and dress in their special party clothes. Illustrations support the text.

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Chickens in My Backyard

level K ┊ 455 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

In Chickens in My Backyard, Savannah narrates her experience of raising chickens in Tucson, Arizona. Her family lives in the city, and they don’ t own a farm, but they do have a chicken coop in their backyard, where they care for three chickens. Savannah’ s story will defy expectations for many students, who think of chickens living on a farm in green pastures, and they will be fascinated to learn how a girl their age cares for and manages these animals. Family photographs invite students to enter Savannah’ s world.

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Cinderella

level K ┊ 440 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 H and N.

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Community Government

level K ┊ 496 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The government plays an extensive role in the life of every citizen, but many children have only a vague idea of the nature of a government. Use Community Government to enlighten students about basic roles and responsibilities within the government and how the students themselves are connected to their community’ s government. Colorful illustrations featuring friendly faces support the information presented, and the facts are broken up into small sections. The book also provides opportunities to study main idea and details and verbs.

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Día de los Muertos

level K ┊ 368 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Dia de los Muertos is an informational nonfiction book that explains a traditional celebration that has taken place in Mexico for thousands of years. In many parts of the world, people continue to hold celebrations around November 1 and 2 to honor people who have died. It is a time of happiness and joy, when loved ones are remembered, honored, and celebrated. Photographs support the text. Book and lesson are also available at Levels N and Q.

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Different

level K ┊ 370 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Kevin heads out to the playground to play basketball with the guys, but instead he finds them picking on a deaf boy named Joey. Kevin finds himself in a situation where he has the opportunity to do the right thing and help Joey. Find out how he teaches some boys a lesson on why they shouldn’ t pickon others.

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Dr. King’s Memorial

level K ┊ 412 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most important 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. Martin Luther 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 and captions 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 H and N.

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Earth’s Water

level K ┊ 421 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 H and N.

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Extreme Animals

level K ┊ 441 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Extreme Animals introduces some fascinating members of the animal kingdom. Discover which fish can climb a tree and which creature tastes food with its feet! Includes clever illustrations. Book and lesson also available at Levels N and Q.

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Fishing in the Rain

level K ┊ 454 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Even though it rains and rains, the Hoppers set out on a fishing and camping trip with Grandpa Grizzly. The Hoppers begin to cough and sneeze, but before they head back into the tent, Snubby Nose takes a spill into the river! Grandpa Grizzly dives into the water and retrieves Snubby Nose, his fishing pole, and a special surprise.

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Flying Kites

level K ┊ 459 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Flying Kites is the third in a series of Hoppers stories that portray the Hopper family through different times of the year. It is March, and the little Hoppers go outside to fly their kites against the wishes of their mother. Snubby Nose gets carried away by his kite, and the bunnies learntheir lesson.

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France

level K ┊ 323 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

France is home to the Eiffel Tower, but many other things make this country special. From famous food to rich history, France will open student’ s eyes to the wonders of this European country.

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Friends Around the World

level K ┊ 273 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Friends Around the World focuses on children from various countries around the world. All of the children in the book tell their names and where they live. They also share something about what they like to do for entertainment and a type of food they like to eat. Illustrations and a map support thetext.

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Good for Thurgood!

level K ┊ 332 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Good for Thurgood! focuses on the exceptional life of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American appointed to the Supreme Court. Born when segregation was still legal in the South, Thurgood Marshall grew up arguing about issues of race. After attending law school, he argued and won manycases in front of the Supreme Court, promoting equality in the United States. Book and lesson also available at Levels N and Q.

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Grounded to Earth

level K ┊ 393 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 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, students havethe 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 Glooskap Found Summer

level K ┊ 334 words ┊ ?))









Legend (fiction)

In this Native American legend, Glooskap finds that a giant named Winter has caused the cold weather that has gripped the land. Glooskap finds a woman named Summer who can defeat the giant and bring warmth to the land. Book and lesson also available at Levels I and Q.

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How Zebras Got Their Stripes

level K ┊ 432 words ┊ ?))









Pourquoi Tale (fiction)

How Zebras Got Their Stripes is a Ugandan pourquoi tale about two donkeys that are tired of working and want an easier life. They meet a wise man who turns the donkeys into zebras by painting them. The idea catches on, but some of the donkeys run out of patience and pay the price.

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Hugs for Daddy

level K ┊ 273 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Hannah’ s dad has an important job–he’ s in the military. When her dad has to go away, Hannah is very sad. She and her mom gather things to send to her dad. What Hannah misses most are her dad’ s bedtime hugs. How will she find a way to send some hugs to her dad?

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I Fly Hot-Air Balloons

level K ┊ 419 words ┊ ?))









Interview (nonfiction)

Have you ever seen beautiful hot-air balloons floating through the sky? Did you ever wonder how they fly or how the big balloons are steered? Learn the answers to these questions and many more in an interview format with balloonist Dan Saul. Sidebars provide more information for the reader. Photographs support the text.

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I Love City Parks

level K ┊ 418 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Do you love to go to the park? In this book, you will meet Nina, who loves to go to Chicago’ s city parks. Nina will introduce you to some famous parks there, including ones with beaches, theaters, sculptures, and fountains. Come spend the day with her!

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I’d Like To Be

level K ┊ 322 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 E and H.

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I’m Allergic to Peanuts

level K ┊ 450 words ┊ ?))









Interview (nonfiction)

I’ m Allergic to Peanuts introduces students to Dominic, a young boy with a peanut allergy. The book uses an interview format to share Dominic’ s feelings. He talks about how his life is altered by the special needs of an allergy, emergency steps he can take, and how his allergy affects other people. Photographs of Dominic and his family accompany his honest responses.

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India

level K ┊ 376 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

India provides students with a glimpse into this unique and interesting country. From the jungles and deserts of India to the crowded cities and colorful celebrations, students will discover what makes this country special.

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It’s About Time

level K ┊ 401 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

People have been asking, “What time is it?” for thousands of years. Knowing the time helps us be where we are supposed to be, whether it’ s at school, at a piano lesson, or at soccer practice. This informational book looks at clocks that were used to tell time long ago, as well as clocks used today. Students will read about shadow clocks, sundials, and candle clocks. Students will even learn about water clocks and find out how to make one! Photographs and illustrations support the text.

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Jackie Robinson

level K ┊ 402 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Baseball is known as America’ s pastime, and many people enjoy playing and watching this sport. But, did you know there was a time when black athletes were not allowed to play on the same teams as white athletes? Jackie Robinson tells the story of the man who changed that. Detailed photographs and engaging text will keep students interested in this important part of American history. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify elements of a biography as well as to create a summary to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels N and Q.

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Jack-o’-Lanterns

level K ┊ 398 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

A festive sight on doorsteps, on porches, and in windows, jack-o’ -lanterns are popular Halloween decorations. Jack-o’ -Lanterns provides students an introduction to the history of this tradition as well as a glimpse into the creative liberties people have taken over the years to create jack-o’ -lantern masterpieces. 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 N and Q.

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Japan

level K ┊ 380 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Japan, students will read about the interesting people, vibrant cities, and landforms that make up this country. The book also teaches students about Japanese culture by exploring the country’ s history, some common foods, and popular celebrations.

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Leap Year Birthday

level K ┊ 440 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 H and N.

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Leap! A Salmon’s Story

level K ┊ 400 words ┊ ?))









Adventure (fiction)

Leap! A Salmon’ s Story is a fictional tale about a salmon who has a very special, if not popular, talent. When she and her fellow salmon begin their long and tiring journey upstream to lay their eggs, the salmon’ s special ability helps save the fish from a hungry bear. As a result, thesalmon are able to return home to spawn. The salmon life cycle is emphasized. Charming illustrations support the text.

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Maria’s Family Celebration

level K ┊ 309 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Maria’ s Family Celebration follows Maria and her brother, Luis, as they prepare to celebrate Mexican Independence Day with their family. They decorate the house, practice their dancing, and dress in their special party clothes. Illustrations support the text.

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Migrating Geese

level K ┊ 400 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Migrating Geese explains how geese migrate from cold climates to warmer ones in the fall. Students will learn many amazing facts about geese and how they help each other on the long journey of migration. Informative illustrations accompany the text.

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Model Rockets

level K ┊ 407 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Three . . . two . . . one . . . liftoff! Building model rockets has been a hobby since the 1950s. Model Rockets provides details about the parts of a model rocket and how to launch one in the air. The photographs and diagrams illustrate this enjoyable hobby and the competitions that go alongwith it.

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Mongo’s Migration

level K ┊ 417 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Mongo and his parents are flying to Mexico for the winter when a gust of wind sweeps Mongo off track and he is separated from his family. Mongo asks all over for help, but it’ s not until he realizes that only asking nicely will get him the answer he needs to find his family again. Students will beentertained by Mongo’ s journey and the valuable lesson he learns along the way.

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Nature Stinks!

level K ┊ 398 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 H and N.

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New Planet, New School

level K ┊ 404 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

The main character of this book is not only moving to a new school, she’s moving to a new planet! In New Planet, New School, the young protagonist is happy with her new home until she has to start school. She worries that she won’t fit in. The story is a good starting point for a discussionon accepting others and appreciating differences, and also provides the opportunity to teach about an author’s purpose and proper nouns. Brilliant illustrations accompany the science fiction story.

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Playing It Safe

level K ┊ 399 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Playing It Safe looks at ways children can stay safe while having fun. Each chapter includes a list of important and practical rules for staying safe on wheels, in the water, and on the playground. The familiar topics and easy-to-read text are supported by captioned photographs.

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Police Officers

level K ┊ 310 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

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

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Rapunzel

level K ┊ 408 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Based on the classic fairy tale, Rapunzel余额宝在哪里领取红包 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 H and N.

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Ratty Rats

level K ┊ 414 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Ratty Rats is a fictional tale about a group of rats that sneak onto a ship that is getting ready to sail. The rats eat the sailors’ stored food, chew the ship’ s anchor rope, and eat through the ship’ s sails. The captain becomes very angry, but the crew refuses to give in to his solution.

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Russia

level K ┊ 401 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

From modern Moscow to the frozen north to the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia is a stunningly beautiful country. Learn more about its land, people, and wildlife with this engaging text.

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Sam’s Fourth of July

level K ┊ 367 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 K ┊ 342 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

From a simple canoe to a flashy cruise ship, this book traces the history and development of boats used for both work and play. Photographs and illustrations support the text. Book and lesson also available at Levels H and R.

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Simple Machines

level K ┊ 379 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In this book, readers learn about four different kinds of simple machines: levers, inclined planes, pulleys, and wheels and axles. Common examples of each type demonstrate how simple machines such as hammers, knives, and ramps are used on a daily basis to make tasks easier. Illustrations support thetext.

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Slithery and Slimy

level K ┊ 371 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Slithery and Slimy provides an informative introduction to reptiles and amphibians, and the features that distinguish each group. Students will enjoy photographs of exotic frogs, snakes, lizards, turtles, and more.

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Soccer Is a Kick!

level K ┊ 358 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Using simple text and explanatory photographs, Soccer Is a Kick! teaches students about one of the world’s most popular sports. The book covers basic rules, positions, equipment, and moves of the game, while delivering trivia and historical information in sidebars and captions. While students learn about soccer, they will also have the chance to study the author’s purpose and prepositional phrases.

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Soggy Stepsisters

level K ┊ 434 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Ada and Rachel couldn’ t be more different. After becoming stepsisters, they just can’ t seem to stop arguing. While on vacation at the family cabin, Ada and Rachel find themselves in a precarious situation that forces them to set aside their differences, work together, and ultimately form a friendship.

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South Korea

level K ┊ 389 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

South Korea may be small, but its people have strong values and a proud culture that have turned the country into a global power. Students will be excited to learn about this amazing country.

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Spain

level K ┊ 422 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Spain has a rich and varied culture, influenced by its land, people, and history. Use this engaging book to explore this interesting European country with your students.

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Strange Plants

level K ┊ 445 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Do you know that some plants eat meat? Some even steal food from other plants. Strange Plants is an informative look at unusual plants that exist in the world. Detailed photographs accompany an engaging text about extraordinarily strange plants. The book can also be used to teach students howto identify main ideas and details and the proper use of adjectives. The book and lesson are also available for levels N and Q.

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Summer Olympics Events

level K ┊ 254 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 H and Q.

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Tarantula!

level K ┊ 401 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Get ready for some big, hairy spider action. Tarantula! explains many interesting facts about these misunderstood animals. Captions, boldface print, and detailed photos make this a great book to discuss nonfiction features of text with students. Students also have the opportunity to ask andanswer questions as well as determine the author’ s purpose.

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The Butterfly Life Cycle

level K ┊ 425 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 H and N.

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The Empty Pot

level K ┊ 446 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 H and N.

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The Grand Canyon

level K ┊ 394 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 from its formation and early explorations to the canyon as we know it today: one of the most popular nationalparks. 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 H and N.

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The Mighty Mississippi

level K ┊ 345 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 H and N.

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The Mind Game

level K ┊ 401 words ┊ ?))









Narrative (fiction)

When a young boy is distressed about having to entertain himself without computer games, his father presents him with an older kind of entertainment. The boy discovers the joy of reading books and the value of using his own imagination. He becomes so hooked on reading that he forgets all about the computer, even after it is fixed! Children will enjoy this story and might grow to appreciate reading a little more.

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The Squire’s Bride

level K ┊ 400 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

This delightful retelling of a Norwegian folktale becomes more humorous with every page as a rich, lonely squire tries to take a bride. The squire’ s choice is a lovely young girl, but the girl has another idea, which sets off a series of laugh-out-loud events. The Squire’ s Bride is a simple chapter book with charming illustrations.

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To the Circus

level K ┊ 456 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

In this fourth book in the Hoppers series, the Hoppers want to go to the circus, but the family can’ t afford it. Grandpa Grizzly comes to the rescue. Then, Snubby Nose decides he wants to join the circus! Instead, the clowns give him some musical instruments so he can play music at home.

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To the Pumpkin Patch

level K ┊ 456 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Halloween is coming soon, and the Hoppers are eager to carve jack-o’ -lanterns. But the pumpkin patch is across a stream that Mother Hopper has told the little Hoppers to stay away from. When the Hoppers decide to turn their old blow-up pool into a boat, they quickly realize why Mother Hopper warned them. Luckily, Grandpa Grizzly arrives in the nick of time.

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What Built This?

level K ┊ 339 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 H and N.

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What Lives in This Hole?

level K ┊ 368 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 H and N.

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Where We Get Energy

level K ┊ 486 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Where We Get Energy gives readers an informative lesson in where our energy comes from. The book reviews how we use energy, which types of energy we use, and where each energy type is found. Clear, easy-to-understand photographs enhance the text.

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Yellowstone: A Place of Wild Wonders

level K ┊ 406 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 its natural wonders. Detailed photographs support the 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 H and N.

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