Leveled Reading is a system that is used to track children’s reading progression and help find books that correspond with that level.
Level A, B, C books have on line of text on each page. The illustrations in the books highly support the concepts in the text. Readers at this level are just beginning to learn the relationship between letters and sound. Readers are also learning how to apply repeating language patterns.
A Rainbow of My Own
A small boy imagines what it would be like to have his own rainbow to play with.View in Catalog
At the Beach
Have fun at the beach! In this easy reader, kids will have fun seeing photographs and reading about the fish that live in the ocean, sand castles on the beach, and birds in the sky.View in Catalog
Do You Want to Be My Friend?
"Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tail, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse. The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right companion.Read More View in Catalog
I Like Stars
Margaret Wise Brown
I like stars. Blue stars. Far stars. Shooting stars. I like stars!View in Catalog
You Can Do It!
There's a big race on Sunday-- but can a little crocodile triumph? Find out in this Level B story, simple enough for young readers to read on their own. The crocodile is hopeful, but when a bigger, mean crocodile tells him there's no chance, he starts to wonder if he's good enough. But with a little motivation from his friend, and a lot of practice and hard work, he's ready to prove himself when the big race comes around!Read More View in Catalog
Have You Seen My Cat?
A young boy encounters all sorts of cats while searching for the one he lost.View in Catalog
Grow a Pumpkin Pie!
Jane E. Gerver, Tammie Speer-Lyon
Describes the process of making a pumpkin pie, from planting the seed, through caring for the plant, to cooking the pie.View in Catalog
Bathtime for Biscuit
Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Everything is ready for Biscuit's bath—everything except Biscuit. He wants to roll in the mud and play with his friend Puddles!View in Catalog
Spare text and lively illustrations tell the story of two brothers at opposite ends of a room. The older brother plays with blocks on the floor, while a curious baby boy watches intently from his crib. After repeatedly trying to get his big brother’s attention, Baby finally gets what he wants—but not before a few silly, giggle-inducing incidents occur! This classic sibling story continues to entrance.Read More View in Catalog
I Can Do It All
Mary E. Pearson, Jeff Shelly
When a boy goes to the library, he realizes he can pretend to be and to do anything by reading books.View in Catalog
A rhyming story of Silly Sally, who is joined by various animals as she travels to town--backwards and upside down.View in Catalog
It Looked Like Spilt Milk
Charles G. Shaw
A mystery book for young children presents a continuously changing white shape silhouetted against a blue background that challenges them to guess what it is.View in Catalog
Illustrations and simple text describe the events of a baseball game.View in Catalog
Clara and Clem in Outer Space
When Clara and Clem build a robot out of blocks, they have no idea where the robot (and their imaginations) will take them. But soon enough, they are in outer space!View in Catalog