Learning A-Z is proud to introduce 27 new leveled books in high-interest topics. We are also excited to present a new graphic novel, "Margaret Brown: Heroine of the Titanic."
Alien Collective I: Resistance
Multilevel: Z, Z1, Z2
This science fiction book is packed with action and mystery, and it is ideal for student practice in making inferences and drawing conclusions.
All About Coyotes
This nonfiction text gives students an up-close look at what makes coyotes such interesting animals. It gives students a chance to identify main ideas, details, and declarative sentences.
Animal Caution Signs
Animal Caution Signs introduces beginning readers to animal-crossing signs from around the world, and it gives them the opportunity to practice visualizing and classifying information.
At the Movies
In this colorful nonfiction text, students learn about movie theater etiquette. Students will be encouraged to determine the author’s purpose and identify interrogative sentences.
At the Watering Hole
This nonfiction text takes students on a journey to a watering hole in the African savannah during the dry season. Students will engage in practicing how to classify information and identify verb tenses.
Ava is Vegan
Ava is Vegan asks students to think about how other people eat different foods according to their lifestyles and beliefs. It lets students tap into prior knowledge and practice comparison and contrast.
This nonfiction book explains and illustrates how bubbles work and where they can be found. Students will be able to practice classifying information and placing words in alphabetical order.
Most children have a bedtime routine, and this fiction book describes how one girl prepares for a good night’s rest. It presents opportunities for addressing prior knowledge and identifying author purpose.
Grandparents are Great!
With engaging photos and repetitive sentence structure, this book allows students to think about all the fun ways that they can spend time with their grandparents.
High or Low?
This book introduces students to the concepts of high and low with colorful images of objects, people, and animals. The high-frequency words and repetitive sentence structure are ideal for early readers.
I Am A Community Worker
I Am A Community Worker provides students with examples of jobs that serve the community. Its high-frequency words and detailed photographs support emergent readers.
Imagine the Beach
Filled with colorful photographs of beach settings, this book illustrates a sensory journey to the beach. This text encourages students to visualize and classify information.
Multilevel: S, P, V
Labor Day outlines the history of American workers gaining rights to fair pay and equitable working conditions. Students can determine author point of view and identify grammatical structures.
Meet the Beetles
This nonfiction text introduces students to amazing facts about beetles. Along with colorful images, Meet the Beetles features opportunities for identifying main ideas and supporting details.
My New City
This fiction book describes how one little boy adjusts to life in a new place after his family moves. Readers will enjoy comparing and contrasting, as well as learning how the pronoun “I” is used.
One Stubborn Horse
One Stubborn Horse is a humorous tale about a horse that, no matter what, refuses to budge an inch. It can be used to teach character analysis and story retelling.
Seeds and Sunflowers
This book details how a brother-sister duo hatch a plan for a sunflower seed business. Students will learn to make inferences, draw conclusions, and identify complex sentences.
An entertaining and engaging book that helps students explore the usefulness of a variety of suffixes. Sir Suffix can also be used to identify author purpose and proper adjective use.
Sophie Goes for a Walk
This fiction book follows the adventures of a dog who goes for a walk and encounters different scents along the way. Illustrations support early readers in retelling sequences of events.
Spring and Fall
The colorful photographs of this nonfiction book show readers how spring and fall are alike and different. Students have an opportunity to practice visualization, comparison, and contrast.
Swing, Sydney, Swing!
With engaging illustrations and descriptions of all the things a girl sees as she plays on a swing, this book is ideal for teaching students how to use prepositions and visualize settings.
The Moon’s engaging images allow students to look at the moon’s cycle as it changes over time. It is ideal for introducing students to sequencing events and identifying complete sentences.
The Parking Ticket
This fiction text follows one mom’s fight to appeal a parking ticket. It introduces students to vocabulary related to laws and courts and encourages discussion about rules and laws in our lives.
Then and Now
Then and Now shows how different technologies and devices have changed over time. Its photographs highlight technological innovations over time, and it is useful for comparison and contrast exercises.
This nonfiction text takes a closer look at what all trees have in common. Students have the opportunity to connect to prior knowledge, and high-frequency words help teach students about adjectives.
Multilevel: I, L, O
This nonfiction text introduces students to Shakespeare’s life and work. It can be used to help students distinguish fact from opinion and identify proper nouns.
Seeds of Revolution
Multilevel: X, Z1, Z2
Seeds of Revolution explores what led to America’s war for independence from Great Britain. Students have the chance to analyze cause and effect relationships and the proper use of conjunctions.
Our New Graphic Novel
Margaret Brown: Heroine of the Titanic
This story follows one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster and illustrates how Margaret Brown's bravery and resourcefulness helped her and others persevere.