Reading A-Z and Raz-Plus' collection of leveled books continues to grow with 16 new titles added in April. From levels aa to Z1, these books help you personalize reading instruction for a range of students. These new releases include fiction and nonfiction texts that come with lesson resources for teaching vocabulary, reading strategies, and comprehension.
Emergent readers have an opportunity to learn about how one girl celebrates the holiday, and the book also has opportunities to practice classifying information.
This book introduces emergent readers to adjectives that help describe how certain items feel.
In this nonfiction text, students learn about what kinds of snacks are healthy with colorful photographs and repetitive text patterns.
Pillow Fort Password
Early emergent readers can practice identifying characters and setting while following the story of a boy who builds a fort that requires a password to get in.
What’s in That Shell?
This nonfiction book allows students to investigate different kinds of shells and what can be found in them while they practice identifying high-frequency words and visualization.
Students will explore how the digestive system works with this informational text and its colorful illustrations and descriptions of the different stages of digestion.
Rent a Llama
Level: J, M, P
When Marco moves from Ecuador to the U.S., he finds himself missing the ranch he used to call home. This book encourages students to identify conjunctions and character point of view.
Morty Takes a Wooden Nickel
This fiction serial book follows what happens to Morty when he makes a poor decision and tries to redeem himself. Students can make predictions and determine cause and effect relationships.
The Recess Revolt
Level: R, U, X
This fiction text gets students thinking about what they would do if they thought a certain rule was unfair. Students can practice making predictions and problem solving.
Level: Y, V, Z1
With detailed photographs of shipwrecks from around the world, this nonfiction book encourages students to make inferences and draw conclusions.