Just in time for holidays like Ramadan and Father’s Day, new leveled books from Reading A-Z and Raz-Plus will keep your students reading into the summer months. With 22 titles added this month, including books about American and European history, your students are sure to find a book they love.
Through colorful illustrations and step-by-step explanations, this book shows students how to ride an underground train while giving them opportunities to identify sequence of events.
Dad and I
This book uses photographs and repetitive language to help students learn all the fun activities they can do with dads. Students can practice connecting to prior knowledge and classifying information.
What Gives Cover?
This book shows many examples of objects that provide protection and shelter. Students can practice identifying problems and solutions, along with writing complete sentences.
Food trucks have gained a lot of popularity over the years, and this book introduces students to what makes food trucks such an interesting place to buy food.
Ramadan Is Here
This book shows how one family celebrates Ramadan and gives students an opportunity to identify story elements and maintain focus with repetitive sentence patterns.
Level: H, K, N
Students learn the importance of kindness by reading about a young boy who returns the kindness of strangers. Students can determine cause/effect relationships and practice re-telling the story.
The skin is the body’s largest organ, and this book shows students all the fascinating things that skin can do.
The Spelling Bee
Level: I, L, O
This story about how a young girl learns empathy and understanding through a school spelling bee allows students to make and confirm predictions.
The California Gold Rush
Level: O, R, U
Students have an opportunity to draw conclusions and practice subject-verb agreement with this overview of what started this important event in U.S history.
The Super School Bus System
Level: R, U, X
The school bus system is one of the most important and complex transportation systems in the U.S. This book helps students determine author purpose and understand how the school bus system works.
Mortyangelo and the Mystery Art
This serial book follows the misadventures of Morty the mouse as he becomes a well-known artist at his school.
Level: W, Z1, Z2
This book teaches students about how the bubonic plague caused the deaths of half of Europe’s population in the 1300s. Students can identify cause/effect relationships and author purpose.