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Books at Guided Reading Level B

  • Journeys: Common Core Reader's Notebook Consumable Volume 2 Grade K


    Paperback (HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT, Dec. 31, 2012)
    Journeys: Common Core Reader's Notebook Consumable Volume 2 Grade K
  • Ship Shapes

    Stella Blackstone, Tessa Strickland, Siobhan Bell

    Board book (Barefoot Books, March 1, 2008)
    In this new board book version, see how many everyday shapes you can spot while sailing the open sea in search of jewels and treasure! Children will ride the waves to a faraway island in this lively, shape-filled ocean adventure, with appealing fabric art from Siobhan Bell.
  • Brand New Readers Purple Set


    Paperback (Candlewick, April 10, 2007)
    Another Brand New Readers collection packed with kid-, teacher-, and parent-friendly extras!This enticing boxed set contains:— 10 short, funny full-color books featuring best-selling characters— A foldout poster with full-color stickers for tracking books as they’re read— A Brand New Readers certificate of achievement to build children’s confidence— A make-your-own Brand New Reader book — just right for brand-new writers— A parent/teacher guide to making reading a success the very first time!
  • The Adventure Begins

    Richard Ashley Hamilton

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Dec. 12, 2017)
    Two worlds collide in this epic retelling of the Trollhunters episode that started it all in the hit Netflix series from the limitless imagination of acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation. This novel includes never-before-told scenes!For the glory of Merlin, Daylight is mine to command! Fifteen-year-old Jim Lake is just an ordinary teenager. That is, of course, until he is chosen to be the first human protector of a secret world of Trolls living below his peaceful hometown of Arcadia. If Jim fails at his mission, humankind will cease to exist. The fate of the world rests on his shoulders. Can Jim be the Trollhunter and stay a normal kid at the same time? Probably not. But being normal was never really any fun anyway. Fans of the Netflix series are sure to be enthralled by this thrilling retelling of how Jim Lake’s amazing adventure began. Not only that, they can also learn details about Jim’s backstory and home life that aren’t included in the episode. The Adventure Begins is a must-read for all Trollhunters fans! This book includes full-color glossy inserts with images from the episode! DreamWorks Trollhunters © 2017 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.
  • Pop-Up Peekaboo! Wake Up, Farm!

    Jonny Lambert

    Board book (DK Children, Sept. 10, 2019)
    Meet farm animals one by one in this exciting lift-the-flap bookLift the flaps to wake up the animals on the farm, and look out for the pop-up surprises! Join the noisy rooster as he visits pigs, cows, and more on a beautiful morning on the farm, in this lovely interactive board book.Children will delight in the collage-like illustrations of their favorite farmyard animals, by renowned artist Jonny Lambert, and will love joining in with the story as they visit characters one by one. The sturdy board-book format is perfect for little hands, and fun pop-ups under flaps will entertain children again and again.
  • Who Says?

    Grosset & Dunlap, Dave Aikins

    Board book (Grosset & Dunlap, Aug. 29, 2013)
    Babies 3 months or older will love to learn all about the sounds different animals make in this adorable board book featuring bright illustrations and simple text.
  • It's Fun to Draw Robots and Aliens

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Feb. 4, 2014)
    Even the most reluctant young artists will love learning how to draw wacky aliens and quirky robots with this fun and simple book! Step-by-step instructions and illustrations are easy and fun to follow, and children will be entertained by fun facts about different robots and aliens. Kids will learn how to draw all types of space creatures, including: Bob the blob, Rover the robot, Martian Mike, Mega-Klank the robot, Whizz-Pop the robot, and eleven more crazy aliens and robots!In It’s Fun to Draw Robots and Aliens, Mark Bergin provides easy tips for using watercolors, crayons, pens, and collage to create shiny robots and imaginative aliens. So grab that space-loving kid and start your own Martian/robot colony, right in your own home!
  • Find It! Animals: Lift the Flap!


    Board book (Highlights Press, May 10, 2016)
    Inspired by the popular puzzle feature in Highlights Hello magazine, the new Find It! Lift-the-Flap board book series bring a novelty experience to Find It! puzzles. Find It! Animals features seven colorful puzzles designed to gently encourage learning and development. First, answer simple questions about the objects in the illustration. Then, lift the flap and find the objects for even more fun! These puzzles offer the perfect opportunity for parents and babies to bond with each other. Parents are prompted to a website for tips and advice on how to use the book and enhance the experience.
  • Sesame Street At the Airport: Activity Book

    Sky Pony Press, Diego Jourdan Pereira

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Feb. 4, 2020)
    Help Elmo and Big Bird on their first trip to the airport in Sesame Street's Elmo on the Move: At the Airport! Elmo and Big Bird are getting ready to fly for the first time! Can they make it through security and to their plane in time? In this entertaining activity book—with the help of Elmo, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, and more of your favorite Sesame Street characters—your child will learn about how to pack, how to get through security, how to board an airplane, and more! Accompanying the silliness of Elmo and Big Bird navigating their way through the airport, each colorful, illustrated page contains a fun, creative activity to help your child both learn about the airport and encourage skills such as creative thinking and problem-solving with puzzles, mazes, coloring pages, and more! Airports are busy, large, and complicated. This scene can be intimidating for young children, especially if they aren’t prepared. But with Sesame Street's Elmo on the Move: At the Airport, your child will be not only be prepared to handle the hustle and bustle of the airport, but also appreciate the wonder of traveling to new places!
  • Hello Birds, What Do You Say?

    Loes Botman

    Board book (Floris Books, March 15, 2018)
    This bright and lively board book introduces young children to a variety of birds and the special sounds they make. Loes Botman's colorful and detailed illustrations bring the different birds -- including a robin, blue tit, swan, pigeon and duck -- vividly to life. Children will learn to recognize the birds -- many of which live in their gardens, parks and countryside -- and be encouraged to try out their distinctive calls. The simple concepts and words make this book perfect for exploring with young children.
  • Hoptoad

    Jane Yolen, Karen Lee Schmidt

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, May 1, 2003)
    A boy, his dad, and his dog are out for a drive on a beautiful sunny day. Unfortunately, a hapless toad is trying to make its way across the very same road. Talk about bad timing. Is there any hope of avoiding toad-al disaster? Maybe. See what a sharp-witted and caring boy can do to save the day. Storyteller Jane Yolen has written a deceptively simple tale that's fun, exciting, and perfect for reading aloud again and again. Illustrator Karen Lee Schmidt has created an irresistible creature--and everyone who meets this toad will root for a happy ending!
  • Blue

    Melanie Mitchell

    Paperback (LernerClassroom, Jan. 1, 2004)
    Introduces the color blue with familiar objects that are blue.