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Books at Guided Reading Level B

  • I Am Harry Houdini

    Brooke Vitale

    Paperback (Penguin Young Readers Licenses, April 14, 2020)
    An 8x8 with 2 sticker sheets based on an episode from the PBS KIDS animated television series Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum starring Harry Houdini.Based on the children's book series Ordinary People Change the World by New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos, the series will introduce kids to inspiring historical figures and the character virtues that helped them succeed. Brad is too scared to spend a full night in the museum's nature exhibit so the Secret Museum sends him and his friends to meet Harry Houdini! This episode-based 8x8 will focus on the traits that made our heroes great--the traits that kids can aspire to in order to live heroically themselves.
  • Where's the Baby?

    Britta Teckentrup

    Hardcover (Big Picture Press, April 10, 2018)
    Britta Teckentrup returns with a fourth seek-and-find book in her best-selling series.Britta Teckentrup, creator of the popular The Odd One Out, Where’s The Pair?, and One Is Not a Pair, is back with another brilliantly patterned spotting book. In Where’s The Baby?, each page contains a parent and their child. Can you find the little one?
  • Reading Skills: Grade 1

    Flash Kids Editors

    Paperback (Flash Kids, July 19, 2004)
    Interesting reading passages correspond with varied activities, making reading comprehension fun. Matching activities, multiple choices questions, and other comprehension strategies are used to help readers gain essential comprehension skills. Harcourt Family Learning Workbooks are a comprehensive line of workbook developed through a partnership with Harcourt, a leading educational publisher. Based on national teaching standards, these workbooks provide complete practice in math, reading, and other key subject areas.
  • Cubes, Cones, Cylinders, & Spheres

    Tana Hoban

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, Sept. 19, 2000)
    Cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres. Sounds sophisticated? Only until you look at Tana Hoban's incomparable photographs and realize that those shapes are the stuff of everyday life. They are all around us all the time. In our houses, on our streets, in our hands. In yet another breathtaking book, Tana Hoban wakes us up to our world and makes us see it.
  • Storytime with Dora and Diego


    Hardcover (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, April 7, 2009)
    This amazing collection has some of the best-selling stories of Dora and Diego, such as Dora Climbs Star Mountain, A Humpback Whale Tale; along with stories based on favorite episodes- Dora Saves Mermaid Kingdom, Diego's Wolf Pup Rescue, Diego's Safari Rescue and more! This deluxe treasury of stories is a perfect gift for both Dora and Diego fans!
  • Sock Search


    Paperback (Highlights Press, Aug. 7, 2018)
    This Hidden Pictures® puzzle collection - specifically created for kids ages 3-6-- includes more than 20 full-color Hidden Pictures® puzzles and over 100 hidden objects to find.This activity book contains a range of Highlights' Hidden Pictures® scenes that are appropriate for a younger audience, each containing a hidden sock. Each puzzle is paired with additional activities, including drawing, connect-the-dots, and matching. Specifically curated to engage children ages 3-6, every page offers an entertaining and satisfying first-puzzling experience.
  • In the Zoo

    Debbie Rivers-Moore, Caroline Davis

    Bath Book (B.E.S., June 1, 2017)
    Make a splash with this waterproof book that is perfect for a festival of bath-time fun! Baby will enjoy splashing and playing with this bright, humorous book filled with adorable pictures of amazing zoo animals, including an elephant, giraffe, gorilla, flamingo, and more. The rattle embedded inside of the book jingles delightfully, ensuring baby's laughter every time.
  • Kids Like Me...Learn ABCs

    Laura Ronay, Jon Wayne Kishimoto

    Board book (Woodbine House, July 6, 2009)
    2009 Moonbeam Children's Book Award: Board Book/Cloth Book Category, Bronze Medal Winner Introducing the new children's series, Kids Like Me... Featuring adorable and diverse children with Down syndrome on every page, and many of their siblings too, these chunky, sturdy books are perfect for youngsters who are ready to start learning skills like their ABCs and colors. Kids Like Me...Learn ABCs includes appealing photos of children with Down syndrome on a crisp white background, surrounded by colorful borders. Each child holds or interacts with an object that represents a letter of the alphabet. Surrounding images also show that letter in sign language, upper and lower case type, and an illustration of the featured object. All children will enjoy this book, but children with Down syndrome will delight in seeing other kids just like them, having fun and learning about their ABCs. Be sure to check out the other book in the series: Kids Like Me...Learn Colors.
  • Bird Log Kids

    DeAnna Brandt

    Spiral-bound (Adventure Publications, July 23, 1998)
    The positive effects of journaling―especially for children―have been celebrated for decades. Journaling helps to build self-esteem while also enhancing skills in writing, drawing, and observation! Bird Log Kids is the perfect introduction to journaling and to nature. Created by DeAnna Brandt, the book’s 58 Log pages present simple questions that gently guide children to record and to draw their important bird observations. An additional 14 Photo/Art pages are ideal for pasting pictures or creating more artwork. Plus, a Log Tips page offers special hints for using this book, and a Life List allows kids to keep track of all the different birds seen. The result is a one-of-a-kind keepsake that families will cherish forever. So bring Bird Log Kids on your next outing. Play some games, and try a project. Write about your experiences. Draw what you see. Have fun, and enjoy nature!
  • Peekaboo Baby

    Margaret Miller

    Board book (Little Simon, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Hey, baby! Look at these babies playing peekaboo!
  • What Can You See in Fall?

    Sian Smith

    Paperback (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    Books in this series introduce emergent readers to the four seasons. In Fall, children are taken on a tour of things they can see in fall including typical fall activities and changes in the natural world. Beautiful photos, very simple repeated text, high frequency and decodeable words and strong photo-to-text matching make this a perfect book for early readers to enjoy.
  • I Can Share!

    Karen Katz

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, July 7, 2011)
    You can't have my bike! But maybe I'll let you take it for a ride! Learning to share is one of the harder social rules for little ones to follow, but with this sweet book, it will be a little easier. This 8x8 book has sturdy pages for little hands! It also includes a sheet of stickers.