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Books in Ready-to-read, Level One series

  • Johnny Appleseed

    Jane Kurtz, Mary Haverfield

    Library Binding (Aladdin Library, Aug. 24, 2004)
    Looks at the life of Johnny Appleseed, known for his distribution of apple seeds and trees across America.
  • Earth Day

    Margaret McNamara, Mike Gordon

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2009-07-10, April 9, 2009)
  • Wiley and the Hairy Man

    Molly Bang

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, May 11, 2009)
    With his mother's help, Wiley outwits the hairy creature that dominates the swamp near his home by the Tombigbee River.
  • Rooster Is Off To See The World

    Eric Carle

    Library Binding (Turtleback, May 7, 2013)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A simple introduction to the meaning of numbers and sets as a rooster, on his way to see the world, is joined by 14 animals along the way. Simultaneous.
  • Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

    Doreen Cronin, Betsy Lewin

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Dec. 13, 2016)
    New York Times bestselling duo Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin s Caldecott Honor winning book is now available as a Level 2 Ready-to-Read! Farmer Brown has a problem. His cows like to type. All day long he hears: Click, clack, moo. Click, clack, moo. Click, clack, moo. But Farmer Brown s problems REALLY begin when his cows start leaving him notes! Come join the fun as a bunch of literate cows turn Farmer Brown s farm upside-down!"
  • The Greedy Python

    Richard Buckley, Eric Carle

    Library Binding (Turtleback, May 1, 2012)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. After swallowing every creature that a greedy python encounters in the jungle, the animals in the snake's belly befriend one another and kick him from the inside until he spits them out, in a story that explores themes of manners, respect and friendship.
  • Henry And Mudge In The Sparkle Days

    Cynthia Rylant

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback, March 1, 1997)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Henry and his 180-pound dog Mudge are best friends forever. And in this fifth book of their adventures, they share the joys of winter.
  • Max And Mo Make A Snowman

    Patricia Lakin, Brian Floca

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Dec. 26, 2007)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When it starts snowing one school day, Max and Mo, the art room hamsters, watch the ""Big Ones"" outside making snowmen, and they decide to make one too. Includes instructions for making a paper snowflake and snowman.
  • Election Day

    Margaret McNamara, Mike Gordon

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-05-09, May 9, 2008)
    Today is election day in Mrs. Connor's class. The students will listen to speeches and vote for a new class president. Today is also Becky's first day at Robin Hill School. She thinks she would make a great class president, but she's new and has no friends yet. When Becky takes a chance and makes a speech, the whole class is surprised by the winner!
  • Olivia And The Pet Project

    Lauren Forte, Jared Osterhold

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Feb. 3, 2015)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Olivia starts her very own doggie charm school in this Level 1 Ready-to-Read story based on a popular episode. Daisy's dog has been behaving badly, and she thinks Olivia's dog, Perry, is to blame! Can Olivia teach Perry some manners, or will they both be sent to the doghouse?
  • Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Women's Rights

    Deborah Hopkinson, Amy June Bates

    Library Binding (Aladdin Library, Oct. 25, 2005)
    In addition to learning how to cook and sew, Susan B. Anthony received an education as a child and used it to pursue her political agenda that eventually changed the laws of the land that helped secure women their right to vote, own property, and have jobs of their own. Simultaneous.
  • Paul Revere and the Bell Ringers

    Jonah Winter, Bert Dodson

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Nov. 1, 2003)
    As a boy working in his father's shop, Paul Revere hears adults talk all about their clubs with meetings, rules, and elections. It gives Paul an idea: Why doesn't he start his own club -- a bell ringing club?