Pablo the alpaca is nervous about getting his hair cut, but with the help of a friend, he'll learn to embrace new experiences. This fiction book supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
On the Right Track
Joey's family has made race cars for generations. Join him on an adventurous day at a racetrack where he'll watch his aunt race. This fiction book supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
Max on TV
Read about a day in the life of a child actor! Max is a TV star who is eager to show his friends what it's like on a TV set. This fun fiction title supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
Courtesy Is Kindness
Help early readers learn to recognize everyday kindnesses around them. This fiction reader features real-world themes, complex vocabulary, sentence structures, chapter book format, and literary devices grow reading skills gradually and appropriately.
Nadia in Moscow
In this fiction reader, a determined Russian girl will do anything to see Moscow. When her dad travels to Moscow on a business trip, she decides to stowaway to see what the big city is really like.
Many Kinds of Goals
A young Jamaican girl makes a goal to help dolphins. How will she achieve this goal? Teach students about setting goals with this fiction book that supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
In this illustrated fiction reader, a fennec fox named Fen is struggling to find water during a drought in the desert. Follow Fen on his journey to find water for himself and his fellow desert dwellers.
Shake and Quake
A nervous mouse living in San Francisco worries about "the big one." Can he come up with a plan to be prepared just in case an earthquake strikes? This fiction book supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
A Polar Bear Journey
A mother polar bear and her two cubs emerge from their den in search of food. But they find that global warming has made their search more difficult. Teach 2nd grade students about climate change with this illustrated fiction reader.
Fins and Friends
For some reason, Charlie the shark has trouble making friends. Whenever he meets someone new, they think he's going to eat them. What's a friendless shark to do? Join Charlie on his journey to find some friends with this entertaining fiction book.
The Speedy Sloth
Everyone knows that sloths are super slow. So, when Pedro sees a super-speedy sloth in the forest, no one believes him. Armed with a video camera, Pedro sets out to catch him in action. Advancing readers will enjoy this humorous fiction reader.
The Pandas Next Door
Learn about acceptance, kindness, and new experiences with this illustrated fiction reader. A family of proud peacocks doesn't like their new neighbors, a family of panda bears. But the Panda family's spunky daughter is determined to change their minds.
The Queen of Hearts
The Queen of Hearts excels at baking tarts. But the Knave of Hearts can't keep from stealing them--they are so good! What's a queen to do? Advancing readers will enjoy this entertaining story featuring well-known nursery rhyme characters.
The Shoemaker and the Elves
A once-popular shoemaker needs some help-and maybe a little magic-to become a profitable family business again. This heartwarming story puts a modern spin on Grimm's fairy tale, The Shoemaker and the Elves.
The Emperor's New Clothes
Emperor Chou is determined to be the talk of the parade. Little does he know, he will be-but not for the reason he hopes! This fiction reader puts a fun spin on the classic folktale, The Emperor's New Clothes.
Frog and Friends Save The Day
In this entertaining fiction book, the animals who live in the Amazon Rainforest are tired of moving every time there's a fire. By working together, they concoct a plan to keep some pesky humans from setting fire to their habitat.
Sand and Snow
Sadie and Gus visit their grandma who lives in the Mojave Desert. But an unexpected snowstorm interferes with their plan to visit Joshua Tree National Park. This cross-curricular fiction reader teaches 2nd grade students about the desert biome.
A House Safari
In this illustrated fiction reader, a magical motorhome takes a group of savanna animals on a "safari" around the world to learn about different types of dwellings.
Ting's Subway Mystery
Ting is fascinated by the elderly woman she always sees on the subway. When the woman leaves something behind on the subway, Ting is determined to return it to her. This mystery fiction book will engage advancing readers.
The Secrets of Room 209
In this fiction reader, Arun's and Marisa's favorite teacher is Ms. Deng, who shares their passion for astronomy. In fact, she knows so much about outer space, they begin to wonder if she might be from outer space. Will they solve the mystery in time?
The Case of the Mysterious Notes
In this mystery fiction reader, Quinn Gray is known at her school as the person to hire when you need a mystery solved. When her friend Jessica starts receiving mysterious notes at her desk, will Quinn be able to crack the case?
In this fiction reader, a team of "body bots" work together to keep the human body running smoothly. This entertaining, cross-curricular book teaches second grade students about the human body.
Annabelle wants a special goodnight story that will spook her a little-and make her laugh. Well, Dad has the perfect story to tell about a skeleton picnic. Written in verse, this fun fiction reader supports students' journey to independent reading.
What happens when all the parts of the body stop cooperating? Well, Coach Brain is about to find out. She's the brains of the outfit-literally! This entertaining, cross-curricular fiction book teaches advancing readers about the human body.