A Man of Vision

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Biography (nonfiction)

Meet Louis Braille, the person who invented a system for blind people to read and write. This informational book provides readers with insight into Louis Braille’ s life from the year of his birth to the accident that caused his blindness and the year of his death. Illustrations support readers’understanding of this historical biography.

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A New Way of Speaking

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Realistic (fiction)

In A New Way of Speaking, readers are introduced to a young boy named Raj who has recently moved to the United States from India. On his first day in a new school, Raj is anxious to make a good first impression. As he makes his way through the day, Raj is often confused by idioms used in theEnglish language. With a new friend and a bit of humor, Raj soon becomes accustomed to this new way of communicating.

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A Prairie Dog’s Life

level M ┊ 546 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

A Prairie Dog’ s Life provides information about prairie dogs by describing the adventures of Charlie the prairie dog. The book informs readers about where prairie dogs live, what they look like, and how they respond to danger. The book includes photographs with captions,a diagram, and a map.

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A Trip to Rio

level M ┊ 578 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Have you heard of the fascinating city in Brazil called Rio de Janeiro? Join Julia as she visits her family in Rio and watches many Olympic events. A Trip to Rio provides students an adventurous tour of this spectacular city, including detailed descriptions and colorful illustrations. The book can also be used to teach students how to analyze characters and the proper use of exclamatory sentences. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Aesop’s Fables

level M ┊ 789 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

Aesop’ s Fables offers readers a collection of simple yet valuable life lessons. Each of the seven separate tales uses animal characters to tell a story that contains a clear moral. Classic illustrations enrich the text. The book can also be used to teach students how to visualize as well asto analyze characters in a story. The books and lesson are also available for levels P and S.

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April Fools’ Day

level M ┊ 580 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have your friends ever tried to convince you to buy some plaid paint? If so, you’ ve probably been the victim of an April Fools’ Day prank! April Fools’ Day is a fascinating book that delves into the history of April Fools’ Day and gives some helpful pointers on how to pull appropriateand fun April Fools’ Day pranks. Students will love the examples from history as well as modern classics. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify main idea and details as well as to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels P and S.

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Art Around Us

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Informational (nonfiction)

Art Around Us is an informational book that teaches readers about different kinds of artists and the varied and sometimes unusual art they create. Painters, sculptors, potters, glassblowers, and fiber artists are highlighted. Photographs and captions support the text.

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Arthur’s Bad-News Day

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Realistic (fiction)

Arthur has been an only child for eight years and has just found out that a little sister is on the way. At first, Arthur is unhappy about the many ways in which her arrival will disrupt his life. He changes his tune after he holds her for the first time. Illustrations support the text.

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Brad Needs a Budget

level M ┊ 526 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Brad never has enough money, even though he earns an allowance every week. When he complains, his parents tell him that he can earn more money if he does more work, but Brad doesn’ t want to do more work! Brad and his parents arrive at a solution: Brad needs to make a weekly budget. This realisticfiction story, with clear cross-curricular implications in math, presents opportunities to teach early readers to identify problem and solution in a story and simple sentences.

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Can I Vote?

level M ┊ 541 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

When Leo goes to the community center with his parents, he learns that they are going to vote for president and other people in government. Leo is disappointed that he isn’ t old enough to vote, until he sees that there is a voting booth for kids! This story will introduce students to voting and help them get involved in the election process.

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Día for María

level M ┊ 548 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

As Di?a de los Muertos is approaching, Mari?a and her family prepare to celebrate loved ones who have passed away, including one very special family member. Di?a for Mari?a is an engaging and entertaining story that provides readers with insight into this Mexican holiday,while giving students an opportunity to analyze characters and retell to understand text. ?The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Dogs at Work

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Informational (nonfiction)

Dogs at Work introduces readers to the many ways that dogs are trained to help people. It explains a wide variety of canine jobs, some of which are quite unusual. Illustrations support the text.

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Empire State Building

level M ┊ 543 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The Empire State Building has been a hallmark of the New York City skyline since its completion in 1931. This book will fascinate students with information about the building’ s construction and history.

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Endangered Birds

level M ┊ 545 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Endangered Birds is an informational book about birds that either are extinct or are in danger of becoming extinct. Readers will see photographs of the great auk, which has become extinct, and other birds, such as the kakapo and California condor, which are being bred and protected becausetheir numbers are so few. Readers are gently reminded that human activity is the reason most birds are endangered; yet humans are the ones working to save the birds from extinction.

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Fall Forward, Spring Back

level M ┊ 609 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Nola is always late. Time has never been a friend of Nola’ s, and Daylight Saving Time proves to be no exception. Fall Forward, Spring Back is the story of this eight-year-old girl and how a big mistake with time turns out to be a great mistake. The book can also be used to teach students how to retell and how to identify setting and characters. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Firefighters

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Informational (nonfiction)

Firefighting is serious business. Readers learn about the challenges firefighters 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 F and J.

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Frogs and Toads

level M ┊ 530 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Frogs and Toads is an engaging introduction to these amphibians. Illustrations and photographs support a well-organized text containing information about frogs and toads, including their life cycles, the differences between frogs and toads, and how frogs and toads defend themselves againstpredators.

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Giant’s Tale

level M ┊ 590 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Giant’ s Tale and Jack’ s Tale are intended to be used together. The books tell the same story-a new version of Jack and the Beanstalk-but a different character narrates each of them. In Giant’ s Tale, students will delight to learn how the giant feels about Jack stealing his magic goose and what he really thinks about the taste of humans. This lesson gives students an opportunity to compare different points of view and see how they alter the story and also allows students to make text-to-text connections through the story and illustrations. The new twist on a familiar tale and the surprise ending guarantee student interest.

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Hermit Crabs

level M ┊ 480 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

When kids outgrow their clothes, their families buy them bigger clothes. When hermit crabs outgrow their shells, they have to find a bigger one to live in! This book is all about these fascinating creatures-what they look like, where they live, what they eat, and who eats them. Readers will also learn that even though many pet stores sell hermit crabs, they are not easy pets. Color photographs support the text.

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Hibernation

level M ┊ 453 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 F and I.

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History of the Bicycle

level M ┊ 497 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Bicycles are popular all around the world, but did you know the bicycle has been around for almost two hundred years? History of the Bicycle discusses how this machine has changed over time. Students will also learn how the technology is continuously improving and get a glimpse into what thefuture may hold for this popular form of transportation, leisure, and sport.

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Hoover Dam

level M ┊ 527 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Hoover Dam stands as one of the greatest engineering feats in the United States. It helped transform the American Southwest, allowing water from the Colorado River to be used throughout the desert landscape. Students will enjoy learning about how the dam was built and how it operates.

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How Much Is a Trillion?

level M ┊ 576 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

How Much Is a Trillion? teaches readers number sense while exploring the concept of large numbers. The text gives many concrete and engaging examples that students can relate to, as well as helping them understand just how one could make a million, a billion, and a trillion! Photographs, captions, and charts support the text.

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How to Make Lemonade

level M ┊ 541 words ┊ ?))









How to (nonfiction)

There’ s nothing like cold, tasty lemonade on a hot day! And this book will tell you exactly how to make it, all by yourself! Just gather all your ingredients and follow the steps, and soon you will be drinking your own homemade lemonade! Can you taste it already? Photographs reinforce the steps inpreparing it.

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Ichiro Suzuki

level M ┊ 476 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Ichiro Suzuki余额宝在哪里领取红包 tells how a young boy in Japan grew up to become one of the most feared batters in professional baseball. He started playing professionally in Japan at eighteen years old. After seven years of awards and all-star games, he came to the United States and joined the Seattle Mariners. Despite being smaller than most American players, Ichiro has had a long and very successful career that includes world records and many awards. Photographs and charts support the text. Book and lesson are also available at Levels J and P.

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Incredible Places to Stay

level M ┊ 524 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever visited a hotel made out of ice? How about a hotel located underwater? Incredible Places to Stay explores these and many other fascinating hotels around the world. Photographs of these unique places help further engage students with this interesting topic. Students will also have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge, as well as to compare and contrast to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels M and P.

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Inside Your Body

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Informational (nonfiction)

Inside Your Body teaches children about some of the wonders of the human body. It explains the various systems that keep the body functioning like an amazing machine, from the skeletal system to the digestive system and more.

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Jack’s Tale

level M ┊ 569 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Jack’ s Tale and Giant’ s Tale are intended to be used together. The books tell the same story-a new version of Jack and the Beanstalk-but a different character narrates each of them. In Jack’ s Tale, students will learn what Jack is feeling as he embarks on his adventure. This lesson gives students an opportunity to compare different points of view and see how they alter the story and also allows students to make text-to-text connections through the story and illustrations. The new twist on a familiar tale and the surprise ending guarantee student interest.

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Keb Needs a Home

level M ┊ 750 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

A hermit crab named Keb outgrows his shell and must find a new one. Keb is chased by seagulls and teased by other hermit crabs because he looks naked without a home. After trying out various homes, Keb finally finds a blue boot that has washed ashore.

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Marcus Loses Patches

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Realistic (fiction)

Marcus Loses Patches is about a little boy who loves playing video games. One day, he gets so wrapped up in his game that he forgets to feed his dog, Patches. When he finally gets around to feeding her, he realizes that he has forgotten to latch the gate and Patches has escaped. Mom and Grandpa help Marcus find Patches, and he realizes that although video games are fun, they are not more important than his dog or his family. Illustrations support the text.

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Martin Luther King Jr.

level M ┊ 503 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

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. This book tells the story of his courageous life from his birth in 1929 to his death in 1968.

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Mighty Glaciers

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Informational (nonfiction)

Mighty Glaciers introduces readers to the formation, movement, and effects of continental and valley glaciers. It shows how glaciers can carve off mountainsides and transform them into plains of fertile soil. Photos, maps, and diagrams support the text.

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Mother Teresa: Mother to Many

level M ┊ 470 words ┊ ?))









Biography (nonfiction)

Mother Teresa: Mother to Many details the extraordinary life of a woman who cared for many people. Mother Teresa began her life as an ordinary girl who left her family to become a Roman Catholic nun. A “day of inspiration” led her to the slums of India, where she began teaching and caringfor people who were very poor and very sick. Other nuns joined her, and in time, Mother Teresa earned a Nobel Peace Prize and came to lead an organization that has helped millions of people in many countries. Photographs and maps support the text.

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Mud Runs

level M ┊ 545 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Do you like foot races and playing in the mud? Then Mud Runs might be for you! Mud Runs introduces readers to an exciting form of competition, which can include outlandish costumes, challenging obstacles, and scary zombies. Exciting photos will hold students’ interest as they learn about adjectives and making inferences and drawing conclusions. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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My Uncle Is a Firefighter

level M ┊ 496 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Tillie is so excited to visit her uncle at work-he is a firefighter, and she gets to visit him at the fire station! Come along with Tillie as her Uncle Jason shows her around the fire station, and Tillie tries on his gear, learns about his equipment, and even sees what happens when an emergency callcomes in. Students will enjoy the close-up view of how a firefighter works and lives. The book and lesson are also available at Levels J and P.

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Ocean Animals

level M ┊ 599 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Within the vast ocean, there exist many fascinating creatures. Ocean Animals provides students with an entertaining and detailed glimpse into this ocean community. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine the main idea and supporting details and to effectively ask and answer questions. The books and lesson are available for levels J and P.

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Parrots

level M ┊ 508 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Parrots are beautiful and intelligent animals that thrive in tropical and subtropical habitats throughout the world. Find out how liz-4323884568615719 are different from other birds and learn what they all have in common. Students will enjoy reading about the many kinds of liz-4323884568615719 and their special characteristics.

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Picture Day

level M ┊ 569 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

School picture day is just around the corner, and Poppy can’ t wait! She has picked out the perfect dress, shoes, and necklace. When a series of unforeseen events occur, however, Poppy’ s excitement turns to nervousness. Picture Day is a delightful story about the beauty found in our differences and what makes each one of us special. Use this story to teach students how to sequence events and accurately retell. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Rent a Llama

level M ┊ 589 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

A recent move from Ecuador to America is proving to be a challenge for Marcos. With everything feeling foreign and strange, Marcos finds himself missing home and in particular the ranch his family lived on. When Marcos’ s class takes a fieldtrip to a nearby farm, he is pleasantly surprised to meeta new friend who seems to be just the thing to help make America feel more like home. Rent a Llama is a delightful and tender story that is supported with rich illustrations. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify character point of view and the proper use of conjunctions. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Sharks

level M ┊ 493 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Sharks describes the physical appearances, eating habits, and attack capabilities of sharks. Although sharks are thought of as dangerous killers, only a small percentage actually are. Book and lesson also available at Levels J and Q.

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Snow Camping

level M ┊ 640 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Now that Maddie is 8 years old, she gets to go snow camping with her dad and older sister. Through Maddie’ s journal entries, readers follow Maddie through her exciting adventure and all the emotions she feels from beginning to end as she learns firsthand about camping in the snow.

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Sound All Around

level M ┊ 448 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Readers learn about sound waves and vibration, volume, and pitch. The book delves into the many forms of sound and describes how the human ear and brain work together to receive and perceive sound. Photos and captions support the text.

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Story of the Sun

level M ┊ 569 words ┊ ?))









Pourquoi Tale (fiction)

This original story is written in the pourquoi tale style. Story of the Sun is about a young boy’ s search for answers. He wonders where the sun comes from each morning and where it goes each night. A wise woman helps him find the answers to his questions.

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Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere

level M ┊ 565 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Many students love eating sugar, but do they know how sugar affects their body? Sugar, Sugar Everywhere introduces readers to the not-so-sweet side of sugar. Students will learn how too much sugar can be bad for their body and how it can be hidden in everything they eat. The simple text and detailed photographs will keep students engaged while supporting emergent readers. This book can also be used to teach students the skill of distinguishing between fact and opinion, as well as asking and answering questions to better understand text. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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The Best Guess

level M ┊ 592 words ┊ ?))









Informational Narrative (fiction)

The Best Guess tells how friends in a neighborhood work together to try to win a contest. They research and chart data to find the best guess for the ice cream man’ s question: “What will be the first one-hundred-degree day of the year?” Illustrations and graphs support the text.

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The Creature Constitution

level M ┊ 570 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

The Creature Constitution is the story of Maddy the Mouse and the other creatures of Independence Hall in 1786. The creatures are miserable and tired because singing pigeons, scurrying mice, and chirping crickets make it hard for anyone to sleep. Follow along as Maddy brings all the creaturestogether to create their first constitution. Bright and detailed illustrations support the enjoyable and entertaining text. Book and lesson are also available at Levels J and P.

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The Day Before Thanksgiving

level M ┊ 679 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

It’ s the day before Thanksgiving, and so much snow has fallen that the Hoppers can sled to school. But the blizzard continues during the day. The Hoppers are sent home at noon, only to find that their sled is buried, the wind is cold, and they have become lost in the woods. How will they make it home for Thanksgiving dinner at Grandpa Grizzly’ s.

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The Great Wall of China

level M ┊ 557 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

For thousands of years, Chinese emperors built the Great Wall by adding more and more sections, making it a fascinating look into the country’ s long history. Readers will learn about why this wonder was built as well as the different types of construction used.

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The Hoppers Start School

level M ┊ 696 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

It’ s the first day of school, and so far, things aren’ t going well for Snubby Nose. He burns his mouth on his oatmeal, he looses his lunch box, and he stops to feel sorry for himself, which makes him late for school. But Grandpa Grizzly comes along and helps Snubby Nose learn a lesson about feeling better when things are down

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The Legend of John Henry

level M ┊ 725 words ┊ ?))









Tall Tale (fiction)

John Henry is one of the most famous American tall tales. Readers will be introduced to John Henry, who grew up as a slave and went on to be known as the fastest and strongest steel driver on the railroad. The story can serve as an engaging introduction to the classic “man vs. machine” conflict.

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The Mysteries of Easter Island

level M ┊ 585 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Easter Island remains one of the most mysterious places in the world. For decades, scientists have studied this remote island in the South Pacific and its hundreds of giant stone statues known as moai. The Mysteries of Easter of Island is a detailed text that will keep students engaged and leave them with many of their own questions to consider. Plentiful text features, including maps, photographs, and illustrations, support this rich text.

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The Other Book of World Records

level M ┊ 579 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Have you ever wanted to set a world record? Read The Other Book of World Records to see how Shorty does just that! Colorful illustrations and engaging text will keep students interested in this story. The book can also be used to teach students how to sequence events in a story as well as theproper use of contractions. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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The Pirate Substitute

level M ┊ 636 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Many students look forward to school days when they have a substitute teacher, but what would it be like if their substitute teacher was a pirate? The Pirate Substitute is a delightful book about the life lesson a pirate substitute teaches a shy student in his class. Detailed illustrations and lively text keep students engaged in the story. This book can also be used to teach students how to retell the events of a story as well as to analyze characters in order to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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The Sleeping Dog

level M ┊ 697 words ┊ ?))









Fable (fiction)

In this retelling of an Ituri fable, a curious monkey comes upon a sleeping animal. Soon all sorts of forest creatures gather to look at the odd beast. Many can say what it is not, but none can say what it is. The sleeping dog, awakened by the commotion, begins to bark and chase the animals. Since then, dogs have chased any animal they see. The moral of the story is to “let sleeping dogs lie.”

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The Sometimes Friend

level M ┊ 774 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

When you’ re the new kid at school, it can be hard to find friends. Lucy is happy when Dinah wants to be her friend . . . at first. But Lucy soon discovers that Dinah might not be the right kind of friend for her. Now what should she do? Readers will relate to Lucy’ s problem as she tries to figure out what to do in this difficult social situation.

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The Story of Jeans

level M ┊ 720 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Blue jeans are as American as it gets, but do you know who invented them, how they became fashionable, or how they are made? The Story of Jeans answers these questions, taking the reader from the San Francisco Gold Rush to modern-day closets.

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The Story of the Statue

level M ┊ 504 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

On an island in New York Harbor stands a very big, green, famous lady-the Statue of Liberty! Readers will learn many interesting facts about where she came from and how she was built. They will also learn what she means to the people of the United States. Engaging photographs support the text.

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The Three Little Pigs

level M ┊ 529 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, stick house, and brick house. Memorable lines such as “Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!” add to the fun, and the story ends with a breathless wolf toppling over in defeat. As expected, the three little pigs live happily ever after in the brick house. Book and lesson also available at Levels F and I.

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The Umbrella Trick

level M ┊ 685 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Snubby Nose and Grandpa Grizzly play a trick on the other Hoppers. They give them little umbrellas that are really pens. The Hoppers get wet, and this makes them angry. Grandpa Grizzly buys all the bunnies little silk umbrellas so they don’ t get wet

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Tornadoes

level M ┊ 564 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever experienced a tornado? What would you do if you were in a tornado? Tornadoes provides students a comprehensive look at this amazing force. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine cause and effect relationships and the inflectional ending -ing. The book and lesson are also available for levels J and P.

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Vacation Time!

level M ┊ 595 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

In this sixth installment in the Hoppers series, the rabbits are ready to spend their vacation money. After a brief setback when Snubby Nose loses his money, the Hoppers hop aboard a train for a ride. But when the train goes through a tunnel, scaring all four little Hoppers, Grandpa Grizzly must come to the rescue with head-lamps and chocolate treats

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Voyagers in Space

level M ┊ 489 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Two unmanned Voyager spacecraft were launched in 1977 with a mission of studying the large outer planets of our solar system. Voyagers in Space describes their journeys, the information the Voyagers learned about the giant planets, and their current task of exploring deep space.Photographs, diagrams, and time lines support the text. Build on students’ intrinsic interest in space exploration to teach about distinguishing between fact and opinion and using past-tense verbs. Book and lesson are also available for Levels P and S.

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Why Do Leaves Change Color?

level M ┊ 548 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Nature is dazzling in the fall season with its colorful array of leaves. Why Do Leaves Change Color? explains the science behind this amazing transformation. Lovely photographs emphasize the beauty of trees and their foliage, and illustrations help clarify the scientific concepts. In additionto teaching students about plants and photosynthesis, this book also gives them the opportunity to study cause and effect and prepositions. Book and lesson are also available at Levels G and J.

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Wiggly Worms

level M ┊ 475 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Most people don’ t think much about the small and slimy earthworm, but worms actually have a big role in our environment. Wiggly Worms teaches students about a worm’ s body and behaviors, how it helps plants and other animals, and its place in the food chain. Photographs support the text. The book also presents opportunities for learning about main idea and details and adjectives. Book and lesson are also available for Levels G and J.

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Wild Horses

level M ┊ 495 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Horses are familiar animals, fewer people are familiar with the herds of wild horses that roam across the United States today. Wild Horses recounts the introduction of horses into the United States, describes life in a herd, and explains how the law has helped protect wild horses so they cancontinue to run free. Photographs, illustrations, and maps support the information in the book.

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You Stink!

level M ┊ 634 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Readers are asked to imagine that they are skunks in this informational read. They are told why nobody likes them, why they stink, and who their enemies are. It is explained that skunks are born in groups of five or six, drink their mother’ s milk, and live at home for nearly a year before venturing into the world. The mammal’ s greatest enemy is disclosed, and the connection between skunks and people is touched upon. Photographs and captions support the text.

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