Reading A-Z and Raz-Plus’ collection of leveled books continues to grow with 21 new titles added this month. From levels A to Z2, these books are great ways to personalize literacy instruction for a range of students. Our new releases include classic fairy tales, informational texts about winter sports, and science fiction.
Students will enjoy this informational text that describes how insects vary in size, shape, texture and color. This book invites opportunities for comparison/contrast and visualization.
Vivid descriptions illustrate what it’s like to try to reach something beyond your grasp. Repetitive sentence structure and high-frequency words help build emergent reading skills.
This book describes a fun family road trip to the Grand Canyon. Students will be interested in the sights along the way while practicing character analysis and noun identification.
In this story about a girl who hides in different places to avoid going to bed, students will be able to practice connecting to prior knowledge and describing settings and characters.
Students will love this colorful introduction to sports like ice-skating, skiing, and hockey while practicing the skill of classifying information.
Level: H, K, N
In this retelling of the fairy tale classic of a young girl who finds love with a prince, students can hone their skills in comparison and contrast and using proper adjectives.
This book is an entertaining and informative introduction to how the human brain works. Students will learn to identify author purpose and how to use a glossary.
What Happens When You Flush?
Level: O, R, U
This multilevel informative text shows fascinating facts about how sewage systems work. Students can engage with author point of view and summarizing facts.
The History of Anime
Level: U, X, Z1
Through colorful illustrations and straightforward language, students can learn about how anime became famous. This book allows students to sequence events and use past-tense verbs.
The Monkey's Paw
Level: V, Y, Z1
This suspenseful tale describes the consequences of interfering with a mysterious talisman. Students will practice drawing conclusions and identifying adjectives.
Alien Collective III: Transition
Level: Z, Z1, Z2
As part of a series, this science fiction tale will fascinate readers with action sequences and character development. Students have an opportunity to describe characters and identify past-tense verbs.