Reading A-Z and Raz-Plus' collection of leveled books continues to grow with 13 new titles added this month. From levels A to W, these books help you personalize reading instruction for a range of students. Our new releases include fiction and nonfiction texts that come with lesson resources for teaching vocabulary, reading strategies, and comprehension.
Where They Hid
This descriptive fiction book engages students in discussions about playing hide and seek. The detailed illustrations and high-frequency words are ideal for emergent readers.
Things Made of Wood
In this informational text, students will learn about how wood can be used to make a variety of things. Students will also practice classifying information and asking questions to better understand the text.
That’s a Fruit?
The world is full of different and amazing fruits, and this book teaches students about varieties that they may not have heard of. Its high-frequency words and vivid illustrations will engage emergent readers.
The Class Pet
This fiction book introduces students to the pros and cons of having a class pet. Students will learn to identify problems and solutions while recognizing the use of proper nouns.
This serial book follows the adventures of Princess Prefix and how she creates new words using prefixes. This text is ideal for vocabulary development and determining cause and effect.
This nonfiction book’s vivid illustrations and simple sentences help students understand the three different types of muscles found in the human body and how they work.
Level: K, N, Q
This multilevel nonfiction book illustrates how Jackie Robinson became the first African-American baseball player. Students can practice summarizing and identifying elements of a biography.
Level: Q, T, W
Colorful photographs take students on a journey through one of America’s most famous highways. Students can practice sequencing events and summarizing.
Morty and the Twice-Fit Mice
In this serial book, students will follow the story of an arrogant character who learns the value of humility. Colorful illustrations engage students in analyzing characters and predicting the ending.