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New Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z Leveled Books—February 2019

10 Titles Added

New titles from Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z for February cover interesting topics from armadillos to advertising, spanning reading levels A to Z. With new biographies on Shirley Chisolm and Jesse Owens, along with books about making salads, standing up to bullies, migrating animals, and deciduous forests, our selection of new leveled books for this month offers something to inspire everyone.

Make a Salad

Make a Salad

Level: A
Learn about foods that make a delicious salad. This book’s colorful photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive sentence patterns support early-emergent readers, while demonstrating how to identify details and capitalize and punctuate sentences.

Build a World

Build a World

Level: C
This story follows a child who creates her own world using a tablet. Bright illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive sentence patterns support readers. The book teaches students how to identify a story’s setting and how to use plural nouns.

My First Library Card

My First Library Card

Level: C
This story follows a child who creates her own world using a tablet. Bright illustrations, high-frequency words, and repetitive sentence patterns support readers. The book teaches students how to identify a story’s setting and how to use plural nouns.

Armadillo's Song

Armadillo's Song

Level: I
Armadillo wishes he could sing like his friends in the forest—but the other animals say armadillos can't sing. What will he do? This book can help teach students how to identify characters, setting, and plot, as well as making, revising, and confirming predictions.

Standing Up To Bullies

Standing Up To Bullies

Level: L
After being bullied on the playground, Marcus finds his voice and stands his ground, which causes an unexpected reaction from the bullies. Addressing the problem of bullying, this story can also teach students to retell and identify problems and solutions.

Shirley Chisholm

Shirley Chisholm

Level: S
The first African-American woman elected to Congress, Chisholm fought for equality for all—and then became a presidential candidate. This book introduces students to the legacy of a courageous person who forever changed the face of American politics.

Jesse Owens

Jesse Owens

Level: T
Olympic gold medalist Jesse Owens was one of the greatest track and field athletes of all time. An African American who was the grandson of a slave, Jesse overcame discrimination and racism to become a major figure in the history of American sports.

Temperate Deciduous Forests

Temperate Deciduous Forests

Level: U
This informational book describes the biome in the Northern Hemisphere where deciduous trees grow. Readers will learn about the unique landscapes found in the area, as well as the plants and animals that thrive in the four distinct seasons of this biome.

How Advertising Works

How Advertising Works

Level: V
When you turn on the TV or visit a website, what advertisements are you exposed to and how do they affect you? This book reveals the behind-the-scenes world of advertising, explaining what advertising is, how it works, and how and why it targets children.

Amazing Migrations

Amazing Migrations

Level: Z
Can you imagine having to swim thousands of miles or fly over the ocean to eat a meal or attend a family reunion? This book describes the amazing journeys certain animals make every year despite overwhelming challenges and incredible distances.


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