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Books at Guided Reading Level A

  • Ready-Set-Learn: Dot-to-Dot Alphabet Grd K

    Teacher Created Resources Staff

    Paperback (Teacher Created Resources, )
  • Penguin in New York: A drawing and coloring book

    Surya Sajnani

    Paperback (QEB Publishing, June 20, 2017)
    From the creators of the Wee Gallery comes this stunning new activity book for pre-schoolers, which follows the irresistibly charming Penguin as he explores New York. Marrying fresh design with engaging content, this is the first in a new series that reimagines the world’s favorite cities through the eyes of an intrepid and inquisitive Penguin. Packed with lots of things to draw, spot and colour, based on the sights, sounds, smells and flavours of New York. Following on from Dog’s Day Out and Cat’s Playgroup, this is a travel book with a difference, designed to engage and stimulate visual development, and will be a real hit for wannabe tourists everywhere.
  • Carry Me

    Star Bright Books, Various

    Hardcover (Starbright Books, Feb. 15, 2010)
    Whether tucked in a blanket, peeking out of a basket, riding in a backpack, or wrapped in a parent s arms, babies worldwide are carried in unique ways. The simple, rhyming text of this board book introduces children to the ways their global neighbors travel. The beautiful photographs show that all babies are nurtured by their loved ones. (Part of the Babies Everywhere Board Book Series)
  • Pig at Work

    Jon Buller, Susan Schade

    Paperback (Troll Communications, May 1, 1998)
    Pig and the construction crew drive backhoes, dig trenches, and dump gravel in order to make a hill and a pond
  • My First Sticker Activity Book: Basic Skills for 5-7 Year Olds

    Teora USA

    Paperback (Teora USA Llc, May 22, 2008)
    Play with your children! Let them discover the surrounding world with the help of stickers! There are 8 pages of over 250 reusable stickers in the middle of this book. Each exercise in the book has corresponding stickers on the sticker pages that are coded to the exercises by page number. Kids will play, have fun and learn:- space figures- straight, curved, horizontal and vertical lines- household items, instruments and animals- how to eat healthily- things they should know about computers- about art and paintings Also included are games that develop important skills:- read and calculate- find the right answers- complete a series finding a pattern- play picture SUDOKUA visual journey that enables kids to play while learning.
  • M Is for Mistletoe

    Tanya Lee Stone, Claudine Gevry

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Sept. 22, 2003)
    Each letter of the alphabet represents an element of the holiday and is accompanied by sweet, rhyming text, in a holiday book which also includes an explanation of Christmas celebrations around the world and the origin of Santa Claus in the back. Original.
  • The Body

    Sylvaine Peyrols

    Spiral-bound (My First Discoveries, May 1, 2012)
    Readers will find out what happens to food and air and blood in our bodies; where our bones, muscles, veins, and nerves are; and how our brain works and controls what we do.
  • White Cat Black Cat

    Sigal Adler

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 26, 2017)
    White Cat, Black Cat: TWO CATS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * On a lovely fine day, with sun filling the sky, Two neighbor cats met in a garden nearby. In lovely warm weather, well past winter’s gloom, Soaking up spring with its flowers in bloom.
  • Wiggle!

    Taro Gomi

    Board book (Chronicle Books, July 23, 2013)
    It's more than a book—it's a game! Every spread is missing a key element of a featured animal—from an elephant's trunk to a penguin's beak, these creatures are incomplete. And it's up to young readers to help them out! Kids can finish the illustration by wiggling their fingers through suitably placed die-cuts. Children are sure to giggle at the silliness of turning their fingers into elephant trunks and chameleon tongues—and learn a bit about animal features on the way!
  • Teen Titans GO! Vol. 2: Welcome to the Pizza Dome

    Various, Lea Hernandez

    Paperback (DC Comics, July 19, 2016)
    Based on the animated hit series! The Teen Titans are here, and they're ready for their most awesome adventures yet! But they'll have their work cut out for them...Will Robin finally win Starfire's heart as the newest teen idol on the block? Can Raven survive the most demonic family reunion ever? Will Cyborg be bested by a sentient moustache? And just what, exactly, happens on Opposite Day? Not to mention the most important question of them all: which Titan will emerge victorious in the epic battle for the ultimate prize—the last piece of pizza?!All your questions will be answered in these and more all-ages adventures in Teen Titans Go! Vol. 2: Welcome To The Pizza Dome, from writers Sholly Fisch (The All-New Batman: The Brave And The Bold), Merrill Hagan (The Astonishing Spider-Man), Amy Wolfram (Tv’s Teen Titans Go!) and artists Ben Bates (Scribblenauts Unmasked: A Crisis Of Imagination), Lea Hernandez (Killer Princesses) and more!
  • Freight Trains

    Jenna Lee Gleisner

    Library Binding (Jump!, Inc., Jan. 1, 2020)
    "[Discusses] how freight trains run, where their locomotives take them, what kinds of freight they carry, and the different kinds of freight train cars that carry these goods"--
  • Masha and Her Sisters:

    Suzy Ultman

    Board book (Chronicle Books, March 7, 2017)
    Meet Masha and her sisters in this charming die-cut novelty board book inspired by Russian nesting dolls. Featuring shaped pages with brightly painted edges, and culminating in a satisfying finale, these nestled dolls reinforce a sweet message: they may be different, but they're a perfect fit!