The X Factor
All is calm in Digitville, until a new neighbor comes to town. Who is the mysterious X, and is there anything she can't do? This entertaining fiction book will engage advancing readers while supporting their journey to independent reading.
He Cried Wolf
This illustrated chapter book retells the classic Aesop's fable, The Boy Who Cried Wolf. This entertaining fiction book will engage advancing readers while supporting their journey to independent reading.
The Muffin Man
This biography-style fiction book tells the history of the infamous Muffin Man who lived on Drury Lane through bright illustrations and a fun story. This fiction book will engage advancing readers while supporting their journey to independent reading.
Dive into the history and significance of Juneteenth! This fascinating reader tells the story of the national holiday in an easy-to-follow way. Help students understand how enslaved people fought for freedom and what Juneteenth represents.
Central Park Trip
Join big brother Marcus and his little brother Winston on a trip to the city while learning about size and shape. From riding a carousel to visiting the zoo, there's so much to do in New York City's Central Park. Come along on this big-city adventure!
Chase a Rainbow
This picture book features colorful illustrations and a familiar story to help early readers follow along on a fun family adventure.
Through the familiar activity of playing with building blocks, students will learn about shapes and how shape affects functionality. Early readers will love the playful illustrations and easy-to-read text in this picture book.
Nahid is reluctant to give her tooth to the Tooth Fairy. Introduce the concepts of growth and change to early readers with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
Tito the Tapir
Introduce the concepts of growth and change to students with this beautifully illustrated picture book. Early readers can follow the simple story and bright illustrations as they learn that our differences are what make us special.
My Brother and Me
Luis is autistic and is nervous about attending a birthday party. Luckily his sister will be there to help him have a good time! Early readers will learn about the importance of acceptance and kindness with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
The Case for Waste
Randy the raccoon works at a transfer station. All he sees is waste. Then, some visitors show him that there are hidden treasures among the trash. Introduce the concept of recycling to early readers with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
What Could I Be?
It is career day at James's school. After helping his friends decide on careers, he knows what he is meant to do. Introduce the concept of jobs and careers to early readers with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
The Birthday Balloon
In this multigenerational tale, a grandfather is turning 100 years old. To celebrate, he takes his grandson on a hot air balloon ride to show him special places from this past. Readers will be delighted by this heartfelt picture book.
In this picture book, a thoughtful cloud tries to keep the skies clear on race day. Can he convince his rain-cloud friends to stay away? Early readers can follow the fun story and whimsical illustrations as they learn about weather.
Early readers will learn what is needed to plan and create a bee-friendly garden with this entertaining picture book.
Heng is learning how to surf, but is getting discouraged by how hard it is. Will a new friend help her learn how to ride the waves? Introduce the concepts of waves and ocean currents to early readers with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
Early readers will enjoy this fun story about an unlikely trio of friends as they learn that our differences are what make us special.
Shake Your Tail Feathers
The bluebirds, robins, parrots, and roosters are having a dance party! Written in verse, early readers will love the entertaining story and whimsical illustrations in this picture book.
A Tangled Tale
Each animal thinks it has the best tail. When their tails get tangled together, it becomes obvious which one is best! Early readers will love the entertaining story and whimsical illustrations in this picture book.
In this picture book, a young rat describes the things that make her family special. From mom's smarts to grandpa's looks, emerging readers will love this humorous tale as they learn about irony as a literary device.
Nani's Birthday Surprise
In this picture book about family and cultural traditions, an Indian girl prepares a cake for her great-grandmother's 90th birthday. Colorful illustrations and easy-to-read text help upper emergent readers follow along with the story.
Tadpole Grows Up
Tadpole is becoming a frog and is worried about leaving the safety of the pond. Luckily, his friends give him advice to boost his confidence about the upcoming change. This picture book covers concepts such as the life cycle and new experiences.
Penguins Take Flight
Two Antarctic penguins want to travel the world but can't fly. They build a flying machine out of ice to take them on a trip across America. This entertaining picture book features colorful illustrations and easy-to-read text.
Batty and Catty
Batty and Catty are bragging about their special abilities and Batty's feelings get hurt. Catty feels bad and decides to make amends. Written in verse, this picture book introduces social and emotional learning (SEL) topics to emerging readers.