A Bad Movie

level O ┊ 760 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Kevin sees Bobby as one of the coolest kids in school, but what happens when he pressures Kevin and his friends to sneak into a movie without paying? A Bad Movie follows Kevin as he tries to decide what to do, and realizes the consequences of his actions. Use this book to teach cause-and-effect relationships and using commas in dialogue correctly.

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A Dog’s Tale

level O ┊ 687 words ┊ ?))









Pourquoi Tale (fiction)

A Dog’ s Tale is a retelling of a folktale from Argentina and Paraguay. In this pourquoi tale, readers learn that a joke played on dogs by cats long ago is the reason why dogs chase cats today. Illustrations support the story.

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All About Chocolate

level O ┊ 678 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

All About Chocolate is an informational book that is sure to make the reader’ s mouth water. Interesting facts about the history of chocolate, where and how cacao trees are grown, and the steps taken to make chocolate into candy are included. A “History of Chocolate” timeline and consumer consumption chart provide additional details. This book is one of three multilevel readers. Book and lesson also available at Levels R and U.

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Anansi and the Talking Watermelon

level O ┊ 876 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

Anansi is a clever spider who often tricks his friends with his clever tongue. In this retelling, while Anansi is trapped inside a watermelon, he tricks Possum into believing that the watermelon can talk. Possum proceeds to bring the watermelon to King Bear, who is outraged and throws the fruit, which frees Anansi when it lands and cracks open. Illustrations support the text.

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Animal Discoveries

level O ┊ 751 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Scientists still discover hundreds of new animal species every year. Animal Discoveries reveals some fascinating recently discovered species from locations around the world. Brilliant photographs showcase these amazing and unusual animals, and charts and maps help expand upon information in the text. The book teaches students about valuing and protecting species new and old while also presenting the opportunity to teach author’ s purpose and prepositional phrases. Book and lesson are also available for Levels R and U.

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Annie Oakley

level O ┊ 760 words ┊ ?))









Tall Tale (fiction)

This tall tale features Annie Oakley, a real Western heroine from American history. Readers will learn about Annie’ s life, from her learning to shoot at her father’ s side to how she became the fastest and sharpest shooter in Buffalo Bill’ s Wild West show. You won’ t believe this woman’ s talent!

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Baltic Rescue

level O ┊ 710 words ┊ ?))









Narrative (nonfiction)

One cold winter day in Poland, a dog walked to the river’ s edge and found himself suddenly floating away on a sheet of ice. Trapped on his raft of ice, the dog drifted down the river for four days, traveling more than 75 miles from where he started. Finally, a research ship on the Baltic Sea spotted him and its crew rescued the dog, soon to be known as Baltic.

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Barack Obama

level O ┊ 805 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.

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Bats

level O ┊ 1200 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Bats are fascinating, but often misunderstood, creatures of the night. This book dispels myths and sheds light on the true nature of liz-4778000792108494. It provides an overview of the many types of liz-4778000792108494, as well as discussing their habitat, how they fly, feed, and raise their young, and special features that makeliz-4778000792108494 unique. The book even gives detailed directions for building a bat house.

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Bigger Than a Monster Truck

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Informational (nonfiction)

Monster trucks are big, but some vehicles are even larger. In Bigger Than a Monster Truck, students will discover some unusual and enormous vehicles used to move people, dirt, rocks, and other things. The amazing photos show just how huge these machines are, while the text explains the special jobs they do. Book and lesson are also available at levels I and L.

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Cinderello

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Fairy Tale (fiction)

Mateo’ s life is turned upside down when his mother remarries and he finds himself at the mercy of his unkind stepbrothers. At their urging, Mateo is forbidden to attend baseball tryouts when the Little League coach comes to town. With some help from his fairy godmother, however, Mateo attends thetryouts and becomes the team’ s next star pitcher. Cinderello is a delightful retelling of the classic fairy tale Cinderella. The book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast and the proper use of possessive nouns. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Deep in the Ocean

level O ┊ 643 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The ocean is a fascinating place for students to explore. Deep in the Ocean describes the plants and animals that can be found in the depths of the ocean and the role of oceanographers in uncovering these creatures’ mysteries. High-quality graphics including photographs, labels, and diagrams support the text. This book can also be used to teach students how to identify main ideas and details as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels L and R.

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Discovering Dinosaurs

level O ┊ 750 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Fossils are a gateway into the fascinating world of dinosaurs. Paleontologists work throughout the world to unearth clues and learn more about these unique creatures. Discovering Dinosaurs provides students with a glimpse into the process of uncovering and studying fossils. The book can alsobe used to teach students how to determine the main idea and supporting details and to effectively ask and answer questions. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Dragonflies!

level O ┊ 658 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Dragonflies are insects. They live near water, are agile fliers, and can be found around the world. Dragonflies! provides students a comprehensive look at these amazing insects. The book can also be used to teach students how to determine an author’ s purpose for writing and the proper use of plural nouns. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Edible Bugs

level O ┊ 669 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Some people can’ t imagine adding insects to their diet, but in some places, people have eaten insects for hundreds of years. Now these crawling delicacies are growing in popularity around the world. In Edible Bugs, learn just how nutritious these insects are and how people in different parts of the globe prepare them. Maps and photographs support the text.

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George Washington Carver

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Biography (nonfiction)

George Washington Carver is a biographical text that chronicles the accomplishments of an African-American scientist. Born into slavery but set free after the Civil War, Carver struggled to get an education during a time of segregated schools. He eventually became a professor of agricultureand inventor who dedicated his life to helping farmers, and became famous in the process. He won the respect of a nation at a time when African Americans faced widespread discrimination. Book and lesson also available at Levels L and R.

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Ghost Towns

level O ┊ 765 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever seen pictures of an abandoned town and wondered what happened there? Ghost Towns provides students a comprehensive look at some of these abandoned towns. Detailed photographs and engaging text will keep students interested in this fascinating topic. The book can also be used toteach students how to identify cause-and-effect relationships as well as to create a summary to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels L and R.

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Giant Pumpkins

level O ┊ 744 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Just how big can a pumpkin get? Giant Pumpkins describes the competitive hobby of growing giant pumpkins. The book introduces a man who recently set the record for the largest pumpkin ever grown, describes the process for growing the oversized squash, and shows some of the uses for giant pumpkins once the judging is done. The captivating topic will hold students’ attention as they learn how to determine an author’ s purpose and recognize complex sentences. Fascinating photographs support the text.

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HeroRATs: Rats Who Save Lives

level O ┊ 800 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Land mines are a serious problem in Mozambique and other countries around the world. Every year, thousands of people are hurt or killed by these dangerous, hidden weapons. HeroRATs: Rats Who Save Lives tells how some unlikely heroes are helping solve the land mine problems. Specially trained rats can make the land safe for people to use for farming, building, or playing. Students have the opportunity to ask and answer questions as well as identify the main idea and supporting details. Photographs, captions, and a map support the text.

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Hillary Clinton

level O ┊ 713 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Hillary Clinton is a woman of many firsts. She has been at the forefront of changing attitudes in the United States, tirelessly working to remove the barriers that have blocked the progress of women. Hillary Clinton is a detailed account of this determined woman’ s career as a lawyer, firstlady, senator, secretary of state, and first female presidential candidate of a major U.S. political party. The book can be used to teach students the elements of a biography. The book and lesson are also available for levels R and U.

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Irma’s Sandwich Shop

level O ┊ 910 words ┊ ?))









Humorous (fiction)

Who can resist a customized sandwich? This book takes the reader to Irma’ s Sandwich Shop, where Irma makes sandwiches for all of her customers, whether they’ re little boys or vultures. Humorous illustrations support the text.

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Jane Goodall

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Biography (nonfiction)

Jane Goodall is the fascinating biography of a woman who devoted her life to studying and helping the chimpanzees of Africa. This book gives students an introduction to her study of chimpanzee communities and her work to save and protect the forests that are their natural habitat. Detailedphotographs of Ms. Goodall throughout her life enhance the text.

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Jenny Loves Yoga

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Informational (nonfiction)

Jenny Loves Yoga is about Jenny and the different yoga poses she does each day to help her grow strong, flexible, and healthy. This introductory text touches on some of the reasons people practice yoga. Photographs show Jenny doing a variety of yoga poses.

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Johnny Appleseed Heads West

level O ┊ 837 words ┊ ?))









Tall Tale (fiction)

Meet a real American hero–Johnny Appleseed! This is the (tall) tale of Johnny growing up during the time of the American Revolution. Johnny wanted to plant apple trees for the pioneers moving westward so they would have apples to eat. Come along on Johnny’ s adventures as he heads west!

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Karate

level O ┊ 688 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

For centuries, people all around the world have learned discipline, respect, and self-improvement through karate. In Karate, detailed photographs support students’ understanding of the basics of this ancient marital art. The book can also be used to teach students how to distinguish fact and opinion and to identify and use conjunctions. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Katie’s Forest Finds

level O ┊ 947 words ┊ ?))









Narrative (fiction)

Katie is excited about the little pieces of nature she collects along the hiking trail–a flower, an acorn, a stone. Later, when Katie shows her father her collection, he’ s not quite as excited. He explains that some treasures are best left untouched. Taking items from their natural surroundings can be harmful to plants and animals. Katie learns the importance of enjoying nature responsibly. Illustrations and nonfiction fact boxes support the text.

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Li’s Tangram Animals

level O ┊ 684 words ┊ ?))









Narrative (fiction)

Li’ s Tangram Animals is about an eight-year-old boy from China who has recently moved to the United States. He is worried about fitting in with his second grade classmates. When Li gives his teacher a tangram, the students become interested in how it works and friendships blossom. Illustrations and diagrams support the text and introduce readers to basic geometry concepts.

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Little Red Riding Hood

level O ┊ 720 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Little Red Riding Hood is the retelling of the classic fairy tale in which Red, a clever and brave girl, is tricked by a sly wolf. With her quick wit, Red manages to save herself and her grandmother from becoming Wolf’ s dinner. The book can also be used to teach students how to make, revise, and confirm predictions and to identify cause-and-effect relationships. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Little Red’s Secret Sauce

level O ┊ 916 words ┊ ?))









Fairy Tale (fiction)

Little Red’ s Secret Sauce gives a new twist on the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood. The Mean, Medium Coyote replaces the Big, Bad Wolf in this story, as a young girl ventures into the desert to visit her sick Granny. The girl is known for her spicy chili, which is justwhat the coyote is after. He is up to his familiar tricks, but Granny becomes empowered to help herself, and she and her granddaughter defeat the coyote by giving him the chili with an extra dose of her secret spicy sauce. Illustrations support the text.

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Looking for Bigfoot

level O ┊ 714 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Does Bigfoot exist? In Looking for Bigfoot, a boy sets out to trap Bigfoot so he can take it to school as his science fair project. He reviews his Bigfoot Secret Files, which include information about where and when Bigfoot has been sighted, what Bigfoot is thought to look like, and why many people don’ t believe Bigfoot is real. Illustrations, photographs, maps, and diagrams support the text.

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Makusani’s Lesson

level O ┊ 1096 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

Makusani’ s Lesson is a Venezuelan folktale that tells the story of Makusani, a very curious young boy. Makusani is a good boy, but his curiosity always seems to get him in trouble. His choices lead him on an adventure that eventually teaches him a valuable lesson.

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Meeting Father in Plymouth

level O ┊ 826 words ┊ ?))









Historical (fiction)

Meeting Father in Plymouth recounts the journey of a seven-year-old girl as she and her family leave england to join their father, who settled in Plymouth five months earlier. Although leaving england was difficult, she remains hopeful that Plymouth will be a good home for them where they will be free to follow their religion. Period illustrations support the text.

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New Year Celebrations

level O ┊ 712 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

New Year celebrations are a time for remembering the past year while getting ready for a fresh start to the New Year. But each country and culture has its own unique ways of celebrating. New Year Celebrations provides students a comprehensive look at the New Year traditions of people around the world. Colorful photographs and detailed maps help students compare and contrast these different traditions. The book can also be used to teach students how to connect to prior knowledge to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels L and R.

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Off to Join the Circus

level O ┊ 844 words ┊ ?))









Personal Narrative (nonfiction)

Birdie is Off to Join the Circus! Follow along with Birdie as she prepares for the big show at circus camp. Students will enjoy an inside look into stilt walking, aerial silks, clowning, and more. Detailed photographs keep students engaged with the fun, unusual, and sometimes challenging activities.

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Owls Overhead

level O ┊ 762 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Owls may seem strange and mysterious, but that only makes them more fascinating. In Owls Overhead, students will learn about the different adaptations that allow these amazing predatory birds to survive in the wild. Brilliant, detailed photographs support the text and capture readers’ attention. Readers will also have the opportunity to learn about main ideas, details, and complete sentences. Book and lesson are also available at Levels I and L.

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Park Rangers

level O ┊ 633 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a park ranger? From preserving wilderness to teaching about historical events, park rangers are the backbone of our national and state parks. In Park Rangers, students will have an inside look at just what it takes to be one. Detailed photographs support a text that addresses various topics including where rangers work, what they do, and what they need to know to get the job done.

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Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox

level O ┊ 816 words ┊ ?))









Tall Tale (fiction)

In this tall tale, readers learn all about America’ s favorite lumberjack. Paul Bunyan was extremely tall (sixty-three axe handles high!) and very strong. From a young age, it was clear that Paul was destined to become a famous lumberjack. After leaving home to log the North Woods, Paul found a blue ox and named him Babe. They became fast friends and were lifetime companions. Set during the time when America needed wood for houses and towns, and land cleared for crops, this tale tells of Paul and Babe’ s larger-than-life adventures.

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Pecos Bill Rides a Tornado

level O ┊ 877 words ┊ ?))









Tall Tale (fiction)

In this tall tale, readers learn all about an American hero. Pecos Bill was an extremely strong boy who was accidentally separated from his parents at a young age. He was found and raised by coyotes in the wild, where he lived for fifteen years. Eventually, a cowboy found him and brought him to civilization, where Bill outsmarted outlaws from the Wild West and tamed the wildest of horses. But that was nothing compared to the adventure during which he lassoed a twisting tornado and rode it like a wild bronco!

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Pepper: The King of Spices

level O ┊ 1198 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Pepper: The King of Spices is an engaging introduction to the history of a very common table spice. Engaging illustrations and photographs support information on where and how pepper grows, the history of its value and uses, and how it was exported to all parts of the world.

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Pluto’s New Friends

level O ┊ 726 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

Pluto loves being the smallest planet and getting to play with all the other bigger planets until one day when they all decide that Pluto isn’ t a planet anymore! Pluto is sad until he finds new friends–other dwarf planets like him. Read to find out what Pluto has in common with his new set of pals!

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Rainy-Day Savings

level O ┊ 814 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

In this piece of realistic fiction, Anita learns the value of saving her money and watching it grow with interest. Her parents lead by example, explaining to her how they save money each month for times when they need an emergency fund. Since Anita earns money walking dogs after school, she decidesthat it is time she open her own “rainy-day” savings account. When her father loses his job, it seems like the right thing to do to offer her savings to her parents. But they help her understand that she, too, may have an emergency for which she needs money.

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Roadside Oddities

level O ┊ 726 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Do you know where to find the world’ s largest elephant? Did you know London Bridge was moved to Arizona? Roadside Oddities is an informative book that introduces readers to some weird and wonderful roadside attractions. Detailed photographs support the engaging text filled with entertainingfacts. Book and lesson also available at levels I and L.

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Sally Ride

level O ┊ 1042 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

At age 32 Sally Ride was not only the first American woman in space, she was also the youngest astronaut in NASA’ s history-male or female. This book highlights her accomplishments and describes her training. Other women astronauts are introduced and the Challenger’ s excursions are described. NASA photographs and captions support the text.

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Salt Rocks!

level O ┊ 938 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever heard the saying, “Take it with a grain of salt”? This book explains the meaning of that expression, along with many other interesting facts about salt. Readers learn the composition of salt, where it comes from, why it’ s good for us, and its many uses.

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Saving the Last Wild Tigers

level O ┊ 741 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

In Saving the Last Wild Tigers, readers learn about the tiger, the reasons why this important animal is in danger of becoming extinct, and what can be done to save it from extinction. Photographs and captions support the text.

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Scotty’s Spring Training

level O ┊ 761 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Scotty’ s Spring Training is a realistic fiction book in which a grandfather coaxes his grandson off the computer and away from his favorite game, All-Time All-Stars. They drive to the Mariners’ spring training camp in Arizona, to watch practice. Then Scotty receives some valuablecoaching and advice from Hall of Fame great Tony Gwynn. He learns that knowing all the stats and history of baseball is valuable, but practicing skills away from the computer can make baseball even more enjoyable! Statistics, photographs, and illustrations support the text.

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Spider Monkey’s Question

level O ┊ 1107 words ┊ ?))









Folktale (fiction)

Tari the Spider Monkey was born asking questions about everything. One day he asks a question only the Namer can answer. Tari and his friend Balam Iguana travel to the other world beyond the forest to ask the Namer how she thought of their names. Illustrations support the text.

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Summer Olympics Legends

level O ┊ 748 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Summer Olympics Legends introduces readers to five athletes who are remembered for their remarkable achievements during past Summer Olympics. Readers will learn about a young man from Ethiopia named Abebe Bikila who ran shoeless in a 26-mile marathon, decathlete Daley Thompson who won not one, but two, decathlons, and Fanny Blankers-Koen, a mother of two children who had to wait until World War II ended to compete in her second Olympics. They will also read about gymnast Nadia Comaneci and swimmer Mark Spitz.

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The Animal Bridge

level O ┊ 735 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

When the humans return to the forest with their trucks and plans for new construction, the local animals are distressed. The Animal Bridge is an amusing story about a group of animals who create several humorous, but ultimately ineffective, plans to stop the humans in their tracks. In the end, however, the animals are pleasantly surprised to see what the humans have built. The book can also be used to teach students how to retell and identify characters, setting, and plot. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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The Backpack Tax

level O ┊ 843 words ┊ ?))









Realistic (fiction)

Why do we have to pay taxes? The Backpack Tax余额宝在哪里领取红包 is a realistic fiction book in which a young girl has her eye set on a pink elephant backpack. She has been saving her allowance for weeks and is excited when she finally has the thirty dollars she needs to buy it. To her dismay, she learns thatshe needs to wait yet another week when she learns she doesn’ t have enough money to pay the tax that will be added to her bill. Her mom and dad explain what taxes are and why it is important that society pool its money together to pay for important things such as roads, parks, schools, and libraries. Illustrations support the text.

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The Beekeeper

level O ┊ 1200 words ┊ ?))









Interview (nonfiction)

Sit in on an interview with Russell “Buzz” Riopelle, who has been keeping bees in Ohio for 30 years. Readers learn about the different types of bees, their roles in the hive, and how honey is made. Photographs, interesting fact boxes, and a scientific illustration support the text.

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The Great Land Run

level O ┊ 761 words ┊ ?))









Historical (fiction)

It’s April 22, 1889, and fifty thousand boomers line up on the border of the Unassigned Territory, ready to stake their claims on available land. They’re waiting for high noon and that starting shot. The Great Land Run tells the stories of what brought a few of these boomers to the border hoping for a better life. Detailed illustrations support this exciting tale of the Wild West.

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The Magic of Migration

level O ┊ 689 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

The Magic of Migration discusses some of the many creatures that migrate. The book explains how, when, where, and why migration takes place. Photos, maps, and a diagram support the text.

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The Shadow People

level O ┊ 874 words ┊ ?))









Science Fiction (fiction)

Lila’ s class is on a field trip to the zoo. While busying herself making shadow puppets on the ground, Lila notices a group of students pass by that, strangely enough, don’ t cast any shadows! When one of the students accidentally drops a strange pendant, Lila is after him to solve the mystery. This text provides a good introduction to science fiction.

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Three Little Pigs: The Wolf’s Story

level O ┊ 743 words ┊ ?))









Fantasy (fiction)

This retelling of the The Three Little Pigs is told from the wolf’ s point of view. Readers will sympathize with the homeless, freezing wolf as he suffers a cold and can’ t stop sneezing. Illustrations support the text.

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Troika: Canine Superhero

level O ┊ 1100 words ┊ ?))









Adventure (fiction)

Troika: Canine Superhero recounts the adventures of a boy and his dog. Troika got his name after saving his master’ s life on three separate occasions. Despite losing a leg protecting his master from a grizzly bear, Troika becomes the lead dog in their dogsled team. He saves his owner repeatedly during dangerous Arctic adventures. Because of Troika’ s bravery, his master calls him a superhero.

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Two Make Twins

level O ┊ 736 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Twins may look similar or enjoy the same things, but every twin is a unique individual. Two Make Twins introduces students to the different types of twins and the special bond they share. This book can also be used to teach students how to compare and contrast as well as to ask and answer questions to better understand the text. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Whales

level O ┊ 1106 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Whales is about the many different kinds of liz-6445892463229729 and the locations in which they are found during various times of the year. It also delves into the characteristics of liz-6445892463229729 and their behavior. Finally, it explains how Earth’ s whale population is threatened.

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What Happens When You Flush?

level O ┊ 759 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Everyone uses the restroom, but did you ever stop to think what happens to your waste after you flush the toilet? What Happens When You Flush? provides students a comprehensive look at where sewage goes and how it is treated in our communities. A thought-provoking topic and interesting factswill keep students engaged in this book while also giving them a chance to summarize and determine the author’ s point of view. The book and lesson are also available for levels R and U.

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Where’s Your Hair?

level O ┊ 682 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Hairless animals are everywhere! These curious creatures can be wild animals or cute and cuddly pets. Where’ s Your Hair? introduces students to fascinating hairless animals of all kinds. Vibrant photographs showcase these strange-looking creatures while text features expand upon how many ofthese hairless animals came to be. Students will gain practice in asking and answering questions as well as in identifying the author’ s purpose.

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William Shakespeare

level O ┊ 733 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

William Shakespeare is considered one of the greatest writers who ever lived. His ability to write about the depth of shared human experience is said to be unmatched. In William Shakespeare, students are introduced to the fascinating life of and body of work created by this extraordinary writer. The book can also be used to teach students how to distinguish fact and opinion and to identify and use names of people as proper nouns. The book and lesson are also available for levels I and L.

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Wonders of Nature

level O ┊ 710 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Our planet has many unique and fascinating animals, and Wonders of Nature introduces the reader to some of the most interesting among them. Amazing photos support the facts that readers will learn about these creatures. Book and lesson also available at levels J and R.

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Woods of Wonder

level O ┊ 676 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Old-growth forests are interesting and unique ecosystems. Developing over hundreds or thousands of years, these forests are home to the largest trees on Earth as well as other plants and animals that can be found nowhere else. Read to find out where these forests exist and about a few of the animalsthat live in them. Book and lesson are also available at Levels L and R.

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You’re a Jellyfish!

level O ┊ 718 words ┊ ?))









Informational (nonfiction)

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to float weightless through the ocean? Or what it might be like to have no bones in your body? You will know after you read You’ re a Jellyfish! Through easy-to-understand text and detailed photographs, you might even feel as though you reallyare a jellyfish!

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