New leveled books from Reading A-Z and Raz-Plus will keep your students reading as they head back to school. With 21 fiction and nonfiction titles added this month, including books about everything from geology and rainbows, to hiking and the human heart, your students are sure to find a book they love.
Emergent readers have an opportunity to practice high-frequency words while reading repetitive sentences in this book about the different kinds of dreams that children have.
In this book, students will learn about the animals that can be found in an aquarium with simple and repetitive text.
This book details how shadows come in all shapes and sizes. Students have a chance to connect to prior knowledge and practice comparison and contrast.
Pick a Pie
This book gives students an opportunity to practice identifying characters and setting as they read about a raccoon family that attempts to bake a pie together.
The Brothers G
Students get familiar with the sounds /j/ and /g/ with this repetitive text that illustrates how two brothers, Greg and George, talk about their favorite words that begin with the letter “g.”
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Level: H, K, N
This informative text highlights the two volcanoes that are part of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Students will learn to make inferences and summarize to better understand information.
Students learn to determine author purpose and recognize prepositions as they read about how the heart and blood work together to keep your body healthy.
Level: J, M, P
This book provides students with a comprehensive explanation of the science behind rainbows and gives them a chance to practice asking and answering questions.
Hiking the Appalachian Trail
Level: R, U, X
This personal narrative details how Ben Gaddes hiked the 2,000 mile Appalachian Trail and engages students in making inferences and drawing conclusions.
Noni and the Book Ban
Level: S, V, Y
This book invites students to consider the implications of free speech and encourages them to practice analyzing characters and retelling the story.
A Place for Wild Things
Level: T, W, Z
Students have an opportunity to analyze the plot and confirm predictions as they learn about how a family from Patagonia work to save their ranch during a difficult time.