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    • 09/19/14
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    14 Cows For America

    A Maasai man relates his 9/11 experiences with his African villagers.  After asking for permission from the elders, he offers his …

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    A Butterfly is Patient

    This is an illustrated informational text that describes the many characteristics of butterflies. Through a poetic narrative, students …

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    A Drop Around the World

    This text is about what happens to a single drop of water over time.  The drop of water travels from the coast of Maine, across Eu…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    A Drop of Water

    This informational text by Walter Wick takes readers on the journey of a drop of water. The states of water and concepts of evaporation…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    A Seed is Sleepy

    This informational text by Dianna Hutts Aston uses personification to demonstrate the complex and adaptive life of a seed, offering ric…

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    Adios Oscar! A Butterfly Fable

    One sunny day Oscar the Caterpillar meets Bob the Monarch Butterfly.  Bob tells Oscar that one day he, too, will have wings! …

    Grade 1

    • 03/22/17
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    All Pigs are Beautiful

    We will learn about how pigs and their characteristics and behaviors relate to humans as we learn about the world around us. To facili…

    Grade 1

    • 03/21/17
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    Amazing Grace

    In the story, Grace wants to try out for the lead role of Peter Pan.  Classmates discourage Grace by saying that Peter Pan was not…

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride

    This picture book celebrates the pioneering spirit of two friends whose passion for life gave them the courage to defy convention in th…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    Amelia Bedelia

    Amelia Bedelia is a literal-minded but charming housekeeper who confounds her employers, the Rogers, by following their list of things …

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    An Egg is Quiet

    The book starts with a few general statements about eggs. The author then starts giving descriptions of eggs. She pairs the description…

    Grade 1

    • 03/01/16
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    An Elephant Grows Up

    When the baby elephant is born, the mother cow is protective of the calf. This can be seen by the pictures. The baby is dependent on it…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    Are Trees Alive?

    Through the use of simple language and vibrant illustrations, "Are Trees Alive?" shares details about the structure, functions, product…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Around One Cactus

    This is a literary text with a poetic structure which draws in information and content specific vocabulary focusing on the saguaro cact…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    Bats

    This informative book by Gail Gibbons offers an intriguing look at some of the many different kinds of bats, their amazing abilities, a…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Cactus Hotel

    This informational text by Brenda Z. Guiberson chronicles more than a century in the life of a saguaro cactus and shows how water and s…

    Grade K

    • 06/30/14
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    Charlotte's Web

    In this literary text by E.B. White, Wilbur, a farm pig, is saved as a little runt by an adoring young girl, Fern. As Fern grows older …

    Grade 1

    • 04/04/17
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    Chrysanthemum

    The text is about a mouse named Chrysanthemum who learns, with the help of her teacher, to love her name and appreciate it for its uniq…

    Grade K

    • 03/22/17
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    Cinderella

    This classic tale tells the story of Cinderella, a girl known for her goodness, who is forced by her stepmother to work on chores and l…

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    Click Clack Moo

    The cows and the chickens are cold and want electric blankets. They type letters on a typewriter to Farmer Brown telling him they need …

    Grade 1

    • 03/27/17
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    Come on Rain

    Tess, a young girl, eagerly awaits a coming rainstorm to bring relief from the oppressive summer heat.  Clouds roll in and it begi…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    Commotion in the Ocean

    This is an illustrated collection of silly verses and rhymes that describe marine life creatures living in and around the ocean.  …

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Dear Children of the Earth

    This book is written as a letter to children from the planet earth. It describes how the earth feels about the living things on it, how…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Dear Juno

    In this literary text by Soyung Pak, a young boy and his grandmother who lives in Korea send each other pictures and gifts to tell the …

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Desert Giant

    This informational text by Barbara Bash focuses on the saguaro cactus in the Sonoran Desert, which provides shelter and food for a dive…

    Grade 2

    • 03/21/17
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    Diego Rivera: His World and Ours

    Diego Rivera studied art abroad in Spain and France and then returned to his home country, Mexico, where he painted murals representing…

    Grade K

    • 03/20/17
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    Dirt

    This book provides a lot of facts about soil. It describes how soil is made and the different layers that compose the soil’s stru…

    Grade 1

    • 03/22/17
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    Duck for President

    Duck is unhappy with the work he is responsible for doing on the farm. He decides to run for farmer and wins the election. He goes on t…

    Grade 1

    • 06/25/14
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    Eat Like A Bear

    In this informational text by April Pulley Sayre, a grizzly bear and its eating habits are followed throughout the year. To facilitate…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Elephants Can Paint Too

    An art teacher teaches painting to young children in the city and to elephants in the jungle. The children and elephants have more in c…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Feel The Wind

    We can’t see air moving, though we can watch it push clouds across the sky, or shake the leaves of a tree. We call moving air the…

    Grade K

    • 03/01/16
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    Fireflies

    A boy catches fireflies in a jar. He wants to keep them, but soon realizes that they will die in the jar. Though it makes him very sad,…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    For You Are a Kenyan Child

    This literary text by Kelly Cunnane tells the story of a Kenyan child who is easily distracted from his daily work and has forgotten hi…

    Grade K

    • 10/23/14
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    Freddy the Frogcaster

    This is a narrative-structured text in which a young frog is fascinated with weather, including watching weather clues and following th…

    Grade 1

    • 10/23/14
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    Frogs

    This non-fiction text provides interesting and amazing facts and information about different species of frogs around the world.  T…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    From Cow to Ice Cream

    The manufacturing process relies on the interdependence of human and natural resources. There is a systematic manufacturing process tha…

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    From Seed to Plant

    From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons is an informational text on the life cycle of plants and how the plants are used. This informational…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Gilberto and The Wind

    In this piece of fiction, a boy named Gilberto makes Wind his playmate. Along the way, Gilberto discovers that the wind can be an unpre…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Hello Ocean

    In this rhyming text, a young girl describes her journey of discovery as she experiences ocean treasures through each of her five sense…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Here Is the African Savanna

    This informational text by Madeleine Dunphy is a cumulative tale listing animals of the African savanna and their relationships to each…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    How My Family Lives in America

    This informational text follows three young children from New York City. These children, Sanu, Eric, and April, have one or both parent…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    How to Bicycle to the Moon

    In this literary text by Mordicai Gerstein, a young boy creates a plan to travel to the moon on his bicycle in order to plant sunflower…

    Grade 1

    • 03/22/17
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    If You Could Go to Antarctica

    This text takes students on an imaginary journey to Antarctica, introducing them to some of the animals and plants they  might enc…

    Grade K

    • 03/21/17
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    If You Decide to Go to the Moon

    A little boy describes his journey to the moon and what he needs to survive the trip. He gives an accurate account of the effects of th…

    Grade 1

    • 06/25/14
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    Jackrabbit

    This poem by Byrd Baylor conveys physical traits and characteristics that help a jackrabbit survive.

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Jamie's Journey

    In this literary text by Susan Ebbers, Jamie is interested in learning more about Africa. Reading books and using his imagination, he s…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Knots on a Counting Rope

    Boy-Strength-of-Blue-Horses and his grandfather reminisce about the young boy’s birth, his first horse, and an exciting horse rac…

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    Livingstone Mouse

    An adventurous mouse named Livingstone is faced with the task of finding a place to build his own nest. At his mother’s suggestio…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Mama Panya's Pancakes

    This literary text by Mary and Rich Chamberlin tells a tale of community, friendship and sharing. As a mother and son go to the market …

    Grade K

    • 03/20/17
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    Martin's Big Words

    This award winning, beautifully illustrated picture book biography introduces children to the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. He grew …

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    Miss Maple's Seeds

    This is a narrative depicting the journey of small seeds preparing to take root and begin their life cycle. The main character, Miss Ma…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Moon Rooster

    In this literary text by David and Phillis Gershator, a rooster notices that the sky is dark and realizes there is no one to help it co…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Mr. Popper's Penguins

    This literary text by Richard and Florence Atwater tells the story of Mr. Popper, a seasonal house painter who is faced with making a d…

    Grade 2

    • 03/21/17
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    Mummies Made in Egypt

    This text describes and illustrates with labeled pictures the purpose and process for making mummies in Ancient Egypt. It begins with t…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    My Great Aunt Arizona

    This story is based upon the life of Arizona Houston Hughes, a teacher who taught generations of children in a one-room schoolhouse tha…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    My Side Of The Mountain

    In this literary text by Jean Craighead George, Sam Gribley leaves his home and family in New York City and establishes a home on his f…

    Grade 2

    • 03/22/17
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    Nightsong

    This is a beautifully illustrated story of a young bat, Chiro, who is sent out on his very first solo adventure into the dark night.&nb…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Of Thee I Sing

    This is a letter from President Barack Obama to his daughters, where he poses reflective questions regarding the character of his daugh…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    On The Same Day in March

    This informational text by Gail Marilyn Singer displays the lives of local people and wildlife on the same day in March, from the Arcti…

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    One Hen

    This is a story of how changes happen in the world, one person, one family, one community at a time. The story takes place in Ghana, We…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Our Solar System

    This informational text by Seymour Simon discusses the composition and functions of the sun, along with its role in regulating life on …

    Grade 2

    • 06/25/14
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    Owl Moon

    In this literary text by Jane Yolen, a girl and her father go owling for the first time. Along the way they encounter a great horned ow…

    Grade 1

    • 03/21/17
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    Ox-Cart Man

    The story begins in the 1900s with the ox-cart man and his family loading his cart with goods they produced over the year.  He jou…

    Grade 2

    • 03/01/16
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    Penguins Close-up

    This book contains basic facts about penguins including their habitats, their predators, and physical features. It also gives detailed …

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    Rechenka's Eggs

    Babushka saved an injured goose and brought it back to good health. When the goose was well, it accidentally bumped into Babushka&rsquo…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Rocks in His Head

    This literary text by Carol Otis Hurst tells the story of her father's life and passion for collecting rocks. Although people continual…

    Grade 2

    • 03/22/17
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    Samuel Eaton’s Day

    This is an historical fiction text that shares the daily life of one family in Plimoth Plantation. Young Samuel Eaton lives with his fa…

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    Sit In

    Four young black men stand up against segregation by participating in a sit-in at the Woolworth’s lunch counter. Their actions in…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    Snow Is Falling

    This informational text by Franklyn M. Branley gives facts about snow and its formation, as well as the positive and negative effects o…

    Grade K

    • 03/01/16
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    Snow School

    Two snow leopard cubs learn many lessons about survival from their mother as they prepare for life on their own. To facilitate the use…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Snowboard Twist

    This literary text by Jean Craighead George gives a gripping account of the awesome wonder and potential peril of an avalanche. …

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    Snowflake Bentley

    In this informational text by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, two important truths about snowflakes are revealed. First, no two are alike and…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    Spiders

    This informational text by Gail Gibbons gives facts and examples of spiders and what they do to catch insects to eat. To facilitate th…

    Grade 1

    • 06/25/14
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    Stellaluna

    In this literary text by Janell Cannon, a baby bat separated from her mother is raised by a mother bird, on the condition that she acts…

    Grade K

    • 03/20/17
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    The Art Lesson

    In the book, The Art Lesson, Tommy wants to be an artist when he gets older. He practices his art all of the time and listens to the ad…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    The Big Snow

    This literary text by Berta and Elmer Hader recounts how many different animals prepare for winter.

    Grade 1

    • 03/01/16
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    The Birth of a Whale

    The humpback whale is a massive, yet gentle creature - as John Archambault describes in The Birth of a Whale.  The book uses lyric…

    Grade K

    • 03/01/16
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    The Boxcar Children

    The Boxcar Children is about four orphaned children living on their own. They set out to find a safe place to live and overcome challen…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    The Cloud Book

    This informational text by Tomie dePaola explores the types of clouds, the myths about certain shapes, and popular sayings inspired by …

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    The Day the Crayons Quit

    Duncan is an artist who likes to draw and color, and his crayons have issues with the way they are used. Purple isn’t happy with …

    Grade 1

    • 03/21/17
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    The Fisherman and His Wife

    There once was a poor fisherman and his wife who lived in a pigsty by the seaside.  The fisherman goes fishing one day and comes a…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    The Great Kapok Tree

    A man walks into a lush rainforest and starts chopping down a huge kapok tree. Lulled by the heat, he sits down and soon falls asleep. …

    Grade 2

    • 09/19/14
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    The Keeping Quilt

    In this story, there are six generations of women descended from a woman who emigrated from Russia to America. Throughout the story, ea…

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    The Memory String

    This narrative text addresses a young girl’s experience with processing the death of her mother while trying to accept the challe…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    The Moon

    This informational text by Niki Walker describes the characteristics of the moon and traces the history of man's exploration of Earth's…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    The Moon Book

    This informational text by Gail Gibbons offers information on the moon and its relationship to the Earth and Sun. To facilitate the us…

    Grade 1

    • 03/22/17
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    The Mysterious Tadpole

    In this illustrated text, the main character, Louis, receives a special tadpole from his uncle. Louis and his classmates observe the ta…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    The Raft

    Nicky reluctantly spends the summer in the Wisconsin woods with his grandmother who is an artist. He is not thrilled with all of the ch…

    Grade 1

    • 03/21/17
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    The Rough-Face Girl

    A scarred face does not prevent the Rough-Face girl from seeing the beauty of the earth around her, nor does it disguise her pretty, ki…

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    The Salamander Room

    A young boy, Brian, finds a salamander in the woods and wants to keep it as a pet. This story follows Brian as he uses his perseverance…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    The Seashore

    A young boy, who has never seen the sea, asks his mother to describe it. As the poem progresses, the author uses descriptive words, sim…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    The Snowy Day

    In this literary text by Ezra Jack Keats, a boy wakes up to a snow-covered city and experiences different emotions through the day. To…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    The Spider and the Fly

    This literary text by Mary Howitt tells the well-known story of a spider who tries to lure a fly into his web, promising interesting th…

    Grade 1

    • 03/01/16
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    The Storm

    Pandora, a kindhearted cat, is a lighthouse keeper who lives a solitary life until she meets Seabold, a sailor dog during a bad storm. …

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    The Storm Book

    This literary text by Charlotte Zolotow tells how a summer storm changes and moves over the countryside, city, and the seashore, s…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    The Stranger

    In this literary text by Chris Van Allsburg, a stranger recuperates at the Bailey farm after Farmer Bailey hits him with his truck. He …

    Grade 2

    • 03/01/16
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    The Three Snow Bears

    A little girl named Aloo-ki loses her dogs on an ice floe. As Aloo-ki looks for her lost dogs, she finds a bear family’s home.&nb…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    The Tortilla Factory

    This informational text by Gary Paulsen describes the life cycle of a corn seed as it goes from farm to table and nourishes the hands t…

    Grade K

    • 03/20/17
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    The Wizard of Oz

    A little girl, Dorothy, and her dog, Toto, are carried to a magical place called the Land of Oz by a cyclone. On her quest to find her …

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    The Year At Maple Hill Farm

    This informational text by Alice and Martin Provensen describes farm animals and what happens during one year on a farm. To facilitate…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Thunder Boomer

    This literary text by Shutta Crum tells the tale of a Midwest family seeking relief from a hot summer day. The mother begins to recogni…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Thunder Cake

    This literary text by Patricia Polacco tells the story of how she conquered her childhood fear of thunderstorms with the assistance of …

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Thunderstorms

    This informational text by Chana Stiefel discusses thunderstorms and information about the destruction that severe storms can create. …

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Tikki Tikki Tembo

    Tikki Tikki Tembo is a short fable set in ancient China.  During this time period parents honored their first born son with long a…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Too Many Tamales

    This is a literary text about a little girl named Maria who instead of telling the truth, panics and tries to cover up a problem.  …

    Grade K

    • 03/20/17
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    Tops and Bottoms

    This book is a trickster tale about Hare and Bear. Hare is in debt and needs money so he can feed his family. Hare convinces the lazy B…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Train to Somewhere

    This literary text by Eve Bunting tells the story of Marianne, an orphan, heading west on the Orphan Train with other children to be pl…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Turtle Watch

    In this literary text by Saviour Pirotta and Nilesh Mistry, a young boy and wise man observe many living things of the sea while awaiti…

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Two Bad Ants

    A scout ant has returned with a beautiful sparkling crystal for his ant queen.  She deemed it the most delicious food she has ever…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Two Bobbies

    This literary text by Kirby Larson and Mary Nether tells the story of two animals in New Orleans who were left by their owners during H…

    Grade 1

    • 03/01/16
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    Verdi

    This beautifully illustrated book is about a python who deals with issues of accepting himself.  Young Verdi doesn’t want to…

    Grade 2

    • 06/27/14
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    Wangari's Trees of Peace

    This literary text by Jeanette Winter tells a true life story of Wangari Maathai, who decided to make a big difference in her hometown …

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    Ways People Live

    This informational text by Emily Neye contrasts the homes, clothing, food, and activities from different types of places.

    Grade 1

    • 09/19/14
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    Weather Words and What They Mean

    This book introduces and explains weather terms and concepts. To facilitate the use of these resources, Student Achievement Partners h…

    Grade 2

    • 03/20/17
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    Wemberly Worried

    In this picture book, the main character, a mouse named Wemberly, constantly worries about big and small things. Her largest worry is a…

    Grade K

    • 06/27/14
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    When The Root Children Wake Up

    This literary text by Audrey Wood retells a German story about birth and rebirth, as Mother Earth sends the Root Children out into the …

    Grade K

    • 09/19/14
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    Where Do I Live?

    This engaging, informational text explains to students where they live. Starting in their bedrooms, children are able to travel outside…

    Grade 1

    • 03/20/17
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    White Water

    Michael Bandy, the author, writes about the personal experience when he was a child during the segregation era. While in town with his …

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Wild Weather

    This informational text by Seymour Simon describes extreme weather, such as tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, floods, and blizzards…

    Grade 1

    • 06/27/14
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    Zinnia's Flower Garden

    In this literary text by Monica Wellington, Zinnia plants a flower garden in the spring. As summer, fall and winter approach, she has t…

    Grade K