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InternatIonal

Baccalaureate correlatIons COMPREHENSIVE LISTS OF AUTHENTIC SCHOLASTIC BOOKS

ALIGNED TO PYP & MYP UNITS OF INQUIRY AGES 3-16

www.scholastic.com/internationalschools

DEAR EDUCATOR, As a partner to International Baccalaureate schools for over 90 years, Scholastic recognizes the need for quality educational materials that will capture the interest and imagination of students and lead to higher achievement. The IB Programme offers students the very best International education, and as an unsurpassed provider of hundreds of fiction and non-fiction titles, pre-packed classroom libraries, the latest education technology, and premier teaching resources, we, at Scholastic, are pleased to announce that we are now taking our partnership with IB schools to the next level. We know you need explicit instructional materials in order to properly implement the International Baccalaureate Programmes. The good news is, we’ve done the work for you! The following pages present comprehensive lists of authentic Scholastic book titles – ranging in genre and age level – all appropriately aligned to the Primary Years Programme (PYP) Transdisciplinary Themes as well as individual Units of Inquiry and the Middle Years Programme (MYP) Areas of Interaction.

PYP Transdiciplinary Themes: • Who we are • Where we are in place and time • How we express ourselves • How the world works • How we organize ourselves • Sharing the planet

MYP Areas of Interaction: • Health and social education • Community and service • Human ingenuity • Approaches to learning • Environments

Whether your school is already offering the International Baccalaureate Primary Years or Middle Years Programmes, or is in the process of setting up a new programme, Scholastic is here to meet the needs of you and your students as your sole source of authentic books and instructional materials. For additional product information and more extensive Scholastic/IB alignment visit us online: www.scholastic.com/internationalschools. Here’s to you and your dedication to learning, growth, and achievements!

Sincerely,

Edie Perkins Vice President Export Sales and Marketing Scholastic International

InternatIonal

Baccalaureate correlatIons COMPREHENSIVE LISTS OF AUTHENTIC SCHOLASTIC BOOKS

Table of Contents Primary Years Programme Transdisciplinary Themes & Units of Inquiry

AGES 3-5

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20

Primary Years Programme Transdisciplinary Themes & Units of Inquiry

AGES 5-7

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-39

Primary Years Programme Transdisciplinary Themes & Units of Inquiry

AGES 7-11

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-56

Middle Years Programme Areas of Interaction

AGES 11-16

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57-64

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

1

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 3–5

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Who we are: An exploration of the nature of the self; of our beliefs and values, of personal, physical, mental, social, and spiritual health; of our families, friends, and communities; of our rights and responsibilities; of what it means to be human.

1.A. My Family and My Friends All Kinds of Kids

Gardeski

Emergent Reader

5-6

200-600

C

4

0-439-89095-0

$20.50

A simple rhyming text that deals with all the ways children can be different from each other.

All Kinds of Kids

Gardeski

Read Aloud Book Pack

5-6

BR

E

4

0-439-55098-X

$19.50

A simple rhyming text that deals with all the ways children can be different from each other.

All the Colors of the Earth

Hamanaka

Picture Book

4-7

540

M

28

0-439-20221-3

$5.95

This book reveals in verse that despite outward differences, children everywhere are lovable and essentially the same.

All the Colors of the Earth—1 CD only

Hamanaka, Sheila

Story CD

4-9

540

K

18

1-55592-957-2

$12.95

This book reveals in verse that despite outward differences, children everywhere are lovable and essentially the same.

Beatrice Doesn’t Want to

Numeroff

Picture Book

3-7

140

J

18-20

0-439-79607-5

$5.95

Beatrice doesn’t like books or reading—and she especially doesn’t like going to the library three days in a row!

Bigmama’s

Crews

Picture Book

5-8

550

K

24

0-590-22121-4

$4.95

Down on Bigmama’s farm everything is just the same, and everything is just as it should be during the summer.

Bigmama’s

Crews

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

7-8

550

K

24

0-439-44744-5

$18.50

Down on Bigmama’s farm everything is just the same, and everything is just as it should be during the summer.

Capucilli

Beginning Reader

3-6

80

F

10

0-439-65034-8

$3.95

Quack! Quack! What’s that sound? Biscuit helps the duckling find its way home, and then the fun begins.

McCloskey

Picture Book

4-7

890

M

24-28

0-590-40923-9

$5.95

In this book Sal is so involved in picking blueberries, that she doesn’t realized she’s following the wrong mother.

Bright Eyes, Brown Skin

Hudson

Rhyming

3-6

0

D

4

0-590-45416-1

$5.95

Spirited children enjoy a typical day at school in this warm, African-American rhyming story.

Bunny Cakes

Wells

Picture Book

3-5

550

J

18-20

0-590-68068-4

$5.95

Here is the whimsical story of brother and sister bunnies that vie to make the best birthday cake for Grandma.

Clap Your Hands

Cauley

Poetry

4-7

410

H

14

0-590-47067-1

$5.95

This book is a wonderful celebration of imagination and the joy of movement.

Clap Your Hands

Cauley

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

200-600

H

14

0-590-57588-0

$43.00

This book is a wonderful celebration of imagination and the joy of movement.

Daddy Calls Me Man

Johnson

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

NR

13-14

0-531-07175-8

$6.95

Family love is vividly portrayed through illustrations and short verses about the happy home life of an African-American boy.

Do Like Kyla

Johnson

Picture Book

4-7

510

H

14

0-531-07040-9

$6.99

A touching story of the love and admiration shared by two young African-American sisters who spend a day together.

$5.95

In irresistible rhyme and endearing illustrations, here is an exuberant celebration of playing, sleeping, crawling, and noisy babies.

Biscuit Finds a Friend Blueberries for Sal

Everywhere Babies

Meyers

Rhyming

2-5

200-600

I

16

0-439-37551-7

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 3–5

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Families are Different

Pellegrini

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

540

K

24

0-590-56965-1

$47.50

Little Nico, who is adopted, learns that children live in all types of family arrangements.

Families are Different

Pellegrini

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-7

540

K

24

0-590-56957-0

$25.95

Little Nico, who is adopted, learns that children live in all types of family arrangements.

Families are Different

Pellegrini

Picture Book

4-7

540

K

18-20

0-590-46317-9

$5.95

Little Nico, who is adopted, learns that children live in all types of family arrangements.

Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers

Hoberman

Picture Book

3-8

200-600

L

24-28

0-590-47029-9

$5.95

A wise and witty collection of poems about all kinds of families, including their comic episodes and affectionate moments.

Feast for 10

Falwell

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

E

6-8

0-590-48466-4

$5.95

When everyone in the family helps, the feasting can begin as fast as you can count to 10!

Feast for 10

Falwell

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

5-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-79346-7

$16.50

When everyone in the family helps, the feasting can begin as fast as you can count to 10!

Fox Makes Friends

Relf

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-89881-1

$4.95

Lonely young Fox asks a rabbit and a squirrel to help him make some “friends” using sticks, twigs, and apples.

Giraffes Can’t Dance—1 CD only

Andreae

Story CD

3-8

450

L

24-

0-439-80682-8

$12.95

Gerald the giraffe longs to dance like everyone else, but he just can’t seem to get it right.

Giraffes Can’t Dance—DVD

Andreae

DVD

3-8

450

L

24

0-439-02732-8

$59.95

Gerald the giraffe longs to dance like everyone else, but he just can’t seem to get it right.

Mc Bratney

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

1-5

690

J

18-20

0-590-63571-9

$24.95

Little Nutbrown Hare and his father playfully try to outdo each other with demonstrations of their love.

I Like it When

Murphy

Picture Book

4-6

200-600

E

6-8

0-439-25334-9

$4.95

This lovable little penguin and his mother share simple, loving statements that all children will recognize from their own lives.

I Like Me!

Carlson

Picture Book

4-8

400

A-N

13-14

0-590-97943-4

$4.95

A charming pig proves that the best friend you can have is yourself.

I Like Me!

Carlson

Big Book Complete Unit

3-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-58308-X

$20.50

A charming pig proves that the best friend you can have is yourself.

I Like Me!

Carlson

Big Book with Teacher’s Guide

3-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-63530-1

$25.95

A charming pig proves that the best friend you can have is yourself.

I Went Walking

Williams

Picture Book

4-6

200-600

C

3

0-590-99464-6

$5.95

A young child’s walk becomes an exuberant adventure meeting a myriad of friendly, familiar farmyard animals.

I Went Walking

Williams

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

5-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-44686-4

$20.50

A young child’s walk becomes an exuberant adventure meeting a myriad of friendly, familiar farmyard animals.

Is Your Mama a Llama?

Guarino

Picture Book

4-7

290

L

24-28

0-590-44725-4

$8.33

“Is your mama a llama?” Lloyd, the baby llama, asks his creature friends.

Is Your Mama a Llama?

Guarino

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

290

L

28

0-545-09370-8

$49.50

“Is your mama a llama?” Lloyd, the baby llama, asks his creature friends.

Guess How Much I Love You

QTY

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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3

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 3–5

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Guarino

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-7

290

L

28

0-590-65734-8

$25.95

“Is your mama a llama?” Lloyd, the baby llama, asks his creature friends.

Is Your Mama a Llama?

Guarino

Read Aloud Book Pack Book/Card/ Cassette Pack

4-7

290

L

28

0-590-57427-2

$27.95

“Is your mama a llama?” Lloyd, the baby llama, asks his creature friends.

Jonathan and his Mommy

Smalls

Picture Book

3-6

350

L

24-28

0-439-07948-9

$5.95

This simple picture book is a poetic ode to the rituals of a loving mother-child relationship.

Jonathan and his Mommy

Smalls

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

3-6

350

L

28

0-439-44756-9

$20.50

This simple picture book is a poetic ode to the rituals of a loving mother-child relationship.

Julius, the Baby of the World

Henkes

Picture Book

4-7

460

K

18-20

0-590-10896-4

$4.95

Everyone loves baby Julius...except for his big sister. And He can’t imagine what might bring a change of heart!

Kiss for Little Bear, A

Minarik

Beginning Reader

3-7

100

H

14

0-590-22429-8

$4.95

Grandmother likes Little Bear’s picture so much that she sends him a thank-you kiss through Hen.

Kiss for Little Bear, A—1 CD only

Minarik

Story CD

4-8

377L

I

16

0-439-72261-6

$12.95

Grandmother likes Little Bear’s picture so much that she sends him a thank-you kiss through Hen.

Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

Willems

Picture Book

2-6

120

I

16

0-439-80198-2

$6.95

A brilliantly true-to-life tale about what happens when Daddy’s in charge and things go terribly wrong.

Knuffle Bunny— 1 CD only

Willems

Story CD

2-7

120L

J

18-

0-439-90549-4

$12.95

A brilliantly true-to-life tale about what happens when Daddy’s in charge and things go terribly wrong.

Knuffle Bunny— DVD

Willems

DVD

2-7

120L

J

18-

0-439-90571-0

$59.95

A brilliantly true-to-life tale about what happens when Daddy’s in charge and things go terribly wrong.

Fox

Picture Book

3-7

550

K

18-20

0-590-99466-2

$5.95

Koala Lou enters the Bush Olympics, intending to win an event and her mother’s love all at one time.

Leo the Late Bloomer

Kraus

Picture Book

5-8

120

I

16

0-590-62270-6

$5.95

Leo can’t read, write, draw, eat neatly or speak. Then, Leo shows everyone how glorious it is to finally bloom.

Leo the Late Bloomer

Kraus

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

5-8

120

I

16

0-439-58316-0

$20.50

Leo can’t read, write, draw, eat neatly or speak. Then, Leo shows everyone how glorious it is to finally bloom.

Leo the Late Bloomer—1 CD only

Kraus

Story CD

4-8

120

I

16

1-55592-874-9

$12.95

Leo can’t read, write, draw, eat neatly or speak. Then, Leo shows everyone how glorious it is to finally bloom.

Zamorano

Picture Book

4-7

550

K

18-20

0-439-06758-8

$5.99

A warm tale of three generations sharing wonderful food and stories.

Joosse

Picture Book

4-7

420

H

14

0-590-45984-8

$5.95

A sensitive little girl, who lives in the Arctic, attempts to learn just how much her mother loves her.

Joosse

Read Aloud Book Pack Book/Card/ Cassette Pack

4-8

420

H

13-14

0-590-57602-X

$15.95

A sensitive little girl, who lives in the Arctic, attempts to learn just how much her mother loves her.

TITLE Is Your Mama a Llama?

Koala Lou

Let’s Eat Mama, Do You Love Me? Mama, Do You Love Me?

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 3–5

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Mama, Do You Love Me?

Joosse

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

4-7

420

H

14

0-439-79354-8

$20.50

A sensitive little girl, who lives in the Arctic, attempts to learn just how much her mother loves her.

Me and My Dad

Ritchie

Picture Book

2-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-545-02064-6

$4.95

Little bear and his dad go exploring in the mountains, swim in the rain, and tell stories under the stars.

Riley

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-6

420

J

18-20

0-590-10050-5

$4.95

The delicious tale of a mouse who wreaks havoc in the kitchen in search of a midnight snack.

Sklansky

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

I

16

0-439-74046-0

$3.99

This sweet picture book shows the many ways daddies and their children “go together” using simple metaphors.

Noisy Nora

Wells

Picture Book

4-6

320

I

16

0-590-44276-7

$5.95

The original story, published in 1973, follows the antics of little Nora, a mouse who is overlooked by her family.

Noisy Nora

Wells

Read Aloud Book Pack Book/Card/ Cassette Pack

4-8

320

I

16

0-590-20406-8

$14.60

The original story, published in 1973, follows the antics of little Nora, a mouse who is overlooked by her family.

Noisy Nora— 1 CD only

Wells

Story CD

4-6

320

J

18-

1-55592-918-4

$12.95

The original story, published in 1973, follows the antics of little Nora, a mouse who is overlooked by her family.

No Matter What

Gliori

Picture Book

2-5

620

I

16

0-439-21165-4

$4.95

A little fox named Small seeks reassurance that Large will always provide love, no matter what.

Peter’s Chair

Keats

Picture Book

4-6

390

J

18-20

0-439-11425-X

$5.95

Peter wants to run away from home when his baby sister arrives, but soon learns something very important about growing up.

Peter’s Chair— 1 CD only

Keats

Story CD

3-8

390

K

18-

1-55592-879-X

$12.95

Peter wants to run away from home when his baby sister arrives, but soon learns something very important about growing up.

Peter’s Chair, Ezra Jack Keats Library —DVD

Keats

Story DVD

3-8

390

A-N

13-14

0-439-79933-3

$29.95

Peter wants to run away from home when his baby sister arrives, but soon learns something very important about growing up.

Henkes

Picture Book

4-7

440

K

18-20

0-590-46406-X

$5.95

Louise’s big sister, Sheila Rae, isn’t afraid of anything. But one day Louise shows her sister that she can be brave, too.

Canizares

Content Area Big Book Pack

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-50665-4

$46.95

Content Area Big Book Packs contain quality nonfiction books written at an emergent reading level.

Splendid Friend, Indeed, A

Bloom

Picture Book

2-5

0

F

10

0-439-85848-8

$4.95

An exuberant goose won’t quit chattering and asking questions until a polar bear agrees to become his friend.

Stella, Queen of the Snow

Gay

Humor, Silliness

3-7

370

J

18-20

0-439-70209-7

$4.95

In a delightful read aloud book, Sam has never seen snow before and Stella relishes being a big sister.

Tell Me a Story, Mama

Johnson

Picture Book

4-7

400

L

24-28

0-590-98017-3

$4.95

In this picture book, a mother and preschoolaged daughter talk together as the child prepares for bed.

The Ten Best Things About My Dad

Loomis

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

F

10

0-439-57769-1

$3.99

In a warm and cheerful rhyming book, a boy lists his dad’s most wonderful qualities.

TITLE

Mouse Mess

My Daddy and Me

Sheila Rae, the Brave Shelter: Content Area Big Book Pack

DESCRIPTION

QTY

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 3–5

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

What Mommies Do Best/What Daddies Do Best

Numeroff

Big Book Complete Unit

4-8

390

E

6-8

0-439-44201-X

$49.50

Mommies and daddies can do lots of things, but what do they do best?

What Mommies Do Best/What Daddies Do Best

Numeroff

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-8

390

E

6-8

0-439-38310-2

$35.93

Mommies and daddies can do lots of things, but what do they do best?

What Mommies Do Best/What Daddies Do Best

Numeroff

Picture Book

4-6

390

F

10

0-439-18692-7

$5.95

Mommies and daddies can do lots of things, but what do they do best?

What Mommies Do Best/What Daddies Do Best

Numeroff

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

4-8

390

E

6-8

0-439-44691-0

$20.50

Mommies and daddies can do lots of things, but what do they do best?

Whose Mouse are You?

Kraus

Picture Book

4-7

10

H

14

0-590-31808-X

$5.95

In a feat which transforms him from “nobody’s mouse“ into a hero, a little mouse unites his family despite a cat and a trap.

Whose Mouse are You?

Kraus

Read Aloud Book Pack Book/Card/ Cassette Pack

4-8

10

H

14

0-590-20408-4

$8.33

In a feat which transforms him from “nobody’s mouse“ into a hero, a little mouse unites his family despite a cat and a trap.

Yoko

Wells

Picture Book

5-7

470

M

24-28

0-439-10472-6

$5.95

The first graders in Mrs. Jenkins’ room make fun of the strange foods that fill Yoko’s lunchbox.

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

1.B. My Home and My School Biscuit Goes to School

Capucilli

Emergent Reader

3-6

100

G

12

0-439-79940-6

$3.95

These early I Can Read books feature a favorite, cuddly puppy who just can’t stay out of trouble.

Chrysanthemum

Henkes

Picture Book

4-8

460

L

24-28

0-590-13565-1

$5.95

Chrysanthemum thinks her name is “absolutely perfect” until she is teased. A gentle and humorous look at childhood strife.

Chrysanthemum

Henkes

Story CD

4-7

460

M

24-

1-55592-905-2

$12.95

Chrysanthemum thinks her name is “absolutely perfect” until she is teased. A gentle and humorous look at childhood strife.

David Goes to School

Shannon

Picture Book

4-7

BR

F

10

0-439-32171-9

$4.95

Can David make it through the day in a school full of rules? A high-spirited school story.

First Day Jitters

Danneberg

Picture Book

6-8

210

K

18-20

0-545-10202-2

$3.95

In this tale, Sarah, the teacher, got the first day of school jitters!

Friends at School

Bunnett

Photo Essay

3-6

350

J

18-20

0-590-97313-4

$4.95

A great introduction to the fun and friendship of school.

House is a House for Me, A

Hoberman

Picture Book

4-7

560

K

18-20

0-590-45306-8

$5.95

A rollicking rhyme about houses, some warm and familiar, and some delightfully surprising.

House is a House for Me, A

Hoberman

Read-Aloud Book Packs

4-7

560

K

18-20

0-590-04501-6

$5.95

A rollicking rhyme about houses, some warm and familiar, and some delightfully surprising.

Gibbons

Picture Book

4-8

570

M

24-28

0-590-44940-0

$4.95

This step-by-step guide for constructing a house is full of interesting details and easy for kids to read.

Kindergarten Kids

Senisi

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

3-6

500

L

24-28

0-590-47614-9

$3.95

A reassuring look into this new adventure called “kindergarten” through candid photographs of children from all backgrounds.

Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten

Slate

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-6

590

J

18-20

0-590-81931-3

$6.95

Simple rhyming text tells of the animal children getting ready for school.

How a House is Built

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten

Slate

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

3-6

590

J

18-20

0-439-10947-7

$25.95

Simple rhyming text tells of the animal children getting ready for school.

Ricardo’s Day

Ancona

Photo Essay

4-6

330

A-N

13-14

0-439-26329-8

$5.95

In vibrant photographs and accompanying text, we join Ricardo on a busy school day.

Ruby, the Copycat

Rathman

Picture Book

4-8

500

K

24

0-590-47423-5

$5.99

Ruby, the new girl in class, imitates the most popular girl in the class until she learns to appreciate just being herself.

The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

Wallner

Fable

4-7

500

J

18-20

0-590-41155-1

$3.99

The classic tale of a country mouse who discovers the perils of city living.

The Kissing Hand

Penn

Picture Book

4-8

520

I

16

0-590-04701-9

$5.95

A little raccoon gets an unforgettable message of reassurance from his mother on the first day of school.

The Little House

Burton

Story CD

3-8

890

N

30

0-439-72263-2

$12.95

A country house is unhappy when the city, with all its buildings and traffic, grows up around her.

This is The Way We Go to School

Baer

Picture Book

5-8

300-600

K

18-20

0-590-43162-5

$6.99

Kids around the world go to school by bus, skis, vaporetto, in this rhyming story that covers five continents.

This is The Way We Go to School

Baer

Big Book Complete Unit

6-9

300-600

K

18-20

0-590-57456-6

$49.50

Kids around the world go to school by bus, skis, vaporetto, in this rhyming story that covers five continents.

This is The Way We Go to School

Baer

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

6-9

300-600

K

18-20

0-590-57455-8

$25.95

Kids around the world go to school by bus, skis, vaporetto, in this rhyming story that covers five continents.

This is The Way We Go to School

Baer

Read-Aloud Book Packs

4-8

300-600

K

24

0-590-04474-5

$14.60

Kids around the world go to school by bus, skis, vaporetto, in this rhyming story that covers five continents.

Wemberly Worried

Henkes

Picture Book

4-6

170

L

24-28

0-439-28827-4

$5.95

Poor Wemberly worries about everything! And her newest worry is her biggest one yet: the first day of nursery school.

Wemberly Worried

Henkes

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

4-7

200-600

H

14

0-439-58315-2

$16.50

Poor Wemberly worries about everything! And her newest worry is her biggest one yet: the first day of nursery school.

QTY

1.C. My Country and Culture Morris

Photo Essay

4-8

30

F

10

0-590-46036-6

$5.95

Explore the myriad of meanings, traditions, and uses of bread around the world.

Aardema

Folk Tale

4-7

200-600

J

18-20

0-590-42870-5

$6.95

A cumulative rhyme relating how Ki-pat ingeniously brings rain to the arid Kapiti Plain.

Dear Juno

Pak

Realistic Fiction

5-7

390

M

24-28

0-439-77936-7

$4.95

Juno struggles to read the Korean words in letters from his Grandmother.

Everybody Cooks Rice

Dooley

Picture Book

4-8

690

M

24-28

0-590-45597-4

$5.95

Carrie tastes her neighbors’ delicious meals—Haitian, Vietnamese, Puerto Rican, Indian and more—and finds they all cook rice! Recipes included.

Feeling Thankful

Kelly

Picture Book

3-6

20

F

10

0-439-32167-0

$4.95

This simple photo essay book encourages children to think about the many things they are thankful for—including themselves!

Hello World

Stojic

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

N

30

0-439-51743-5

$5.95

Bonjour! Hola! Konnichiwa! Children from all around the world are shown saying a warm “hello” in their own special languages.

Bread Bread Bread Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 3–5

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Ho

Picture Book

3-6

600

J

18-20

0-439-56683-5

$5.95

A mother asks a lizard, a monkey, and a waterbuffalo to be quiet around her sleeping baby.

It Takes a Village

CowenFletcher

Picture Book

6-8

390

L

24-28

0-590-46598-8

$4.95

Based on the African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child,” this heartwarming story reveals the power of a closeknit community.

Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan’s Chinese New Year

Waters & Slovenz-Low

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

5-7

540

N

30

0-590-43047-5

$5.99

Ernie Wan is about to perform his first Lion Dance in the Chinese New Year celebration in New York City.

Today is Monday

Carle

Cumulative Tale

5-7

200-600

E

6-8

0-590-45908-2

$6.95

This interpretation of a favorite song invites preschoolers to recognize and remember animals, favorite foods, and days of the week.

Today is Monday

Carle

Big Book Complete Unit

5-7

200-600

E

8

0-590-57590-2

$25.95

This interpretation of a favorite song invites preschoolers to recognize and remember animals, favorite foods, and days of the week.

Today is Monday

Carle

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

5-7

200-600

E

8

0-590-57589-9

$49.50

This interpretation of a favorite song invites preschoolers to recognize and remember animals, favorite foods, and days of the week.

What a Wonderful World

Weiss

Picture Book

4-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-20746-0

$5.95

Using Louis Armstrong lyrics, this book spreads a message of hope and shows children a world of diversity and harmony.

Sharmat

Humor, Silliness

4-7

490

L

24-28

0-590-43350-4

$4.99

A funny reversal of normal junk food warfare.

Growing Vegetable Soup

Ehlert

Picture Book

4-7

140

B

1-2

0-590-45030-1

$5.95

Caldecott Artist Lois Ehlert uses her collage art to demonstrate the steps for preparing vegetable soup — from the ground up.

How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?

Yolen

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-7

230

I

16

0-439-24101-4

$5.99

Just like kids, dinosaurs hate being sick, and going to the doctor can be scary. These amusing verses help put those fears to rest.

Marzollo

Photo Essay

3-7

330

K

24

0-590-45062-X

$3.95

Images of multicultural children, from a 3-dayold infant to a 7-year-old, celebrate the special moments in a child’s life.

Tooth Trouble

Clarke

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-74496-2

$3.95

Wilbur’s tusk hurts, but he doesn’t want to go to the dentist - until a visit to Grandpa persuaded him.

Two Eyes, a Nose, and a Mouth

Intrater

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

20

I

16

0-590-48248-3

$5.99

These 100 vibrant photographs of multigenerational, multicultural faces from around the world celebrate both our similarities and differences.

Because I Love You

Lucado

Fiction

4-8

370

J

18-20

0-439-15832-X

$4.50

Although Paladin has trusted Shaddai all his life, he wonders why the Maker doesn’t want him to go beyond the stone wall he has built.

Good Night, God Bless

O’Keefe

Rhyming Story

4-8

370

J

18-20

0-439-26443-X

$3.95

Good night, God bless All creatures’ sleep. The air now hushed of growl and peep.

Katz

Informational

4-7

700

A-N

13-14

0-545-10078-X

$4.95

A young boy learns about the prophet Muhammad, and the meaning behind Muslim customs, prayers, and practices.

TITLE Hush!

1.D. My Body and Health Gregory, the Terrible Eater

How Kids Grow

1.E. My Beliefs

My First Ramadan

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 3–5

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

The Pilgrims’ First Thanksgiving

McGovern

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

460

O

34-38

0-590-46188-5

$5.99

Introduces readers to the struggles of the Pilgrims during their first year in Plymouth and the first Thanksgiving.

To Everything There is a Season

Dillon

Poetry

4-

200-400

K

24

0-590-47887-7

$16.95

Caldecott Medalists Leo and Diane Dillon present a stunning and exquisite picture book.

2

QTY

Where we are in place and time: An exploration of our orientation in place and time; of our personal histories; of history and geography from local and global perspectives; of our homes and journeys; of the discoveries, explorations, and migrations of mankind; of the contributions of individuals and civilizations.

2.A. Travel: Exploration, Colonization, Immigration The Rainbow Tulip

The Trucker We All Went on Safari: A Counting Journey Through Tanzania

Mora

Picture Book

4-8

310

M

28

0-439-55621-X

$4.95

Stella loves her family and her Mexican heritage, but she doesn’t always like being different from other kids at school.

Weatherby

Picture Book

4-7

530

N

30

0-439-67878-1

$5.95

Wesley dreams his toy truck grows big enough for him to have an adventure but wakes to find he is in the back of his father’s truck.

Krebs

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-7

200-400

L

24-28

0-439-63826-7

$6.95

Travel with the Maasai, count in Swahili, and discover African animals in this lively, rhyming book.

2.B. Personal Travel: Taking a Trip, Moving Clifford Takes a Trip: Clifford®

Bridwell

Picture Book

4-8

410

J

18-20

0-590-44260-0

$3.99

Summer vacation is even more of an adventure than usual with Clifford, the big red dog!

How I Became a Pirate

Long

Action, Adventure

4-8

470

L

24-28

0-439-66474-8

$6.95

Jeremy Jacob joins a pirate crew, and it’s the best time as he discovers all the things pirates DON’T do!

Inside Mouse, Outside Mouse

George

Animal Fantasy

4-6

200-600

E

6-8

0-439-85800-3

$8.95

In a charming book filled with detailed illustrations, an inside mouse and an outside mouse each go on a trip.

Jenny’s Journey

Samton

Picture Book

4-6

430

K

18-20

0-590-42526-9

$4.95

Jenny imagines sailing across the ocean to visit her friend, Maria.

2.C. Ancient Civilizations: Egypt, Greek, Aztec, China, etc. Mummies, Pyramids, and Pharaohs: A Book About Ancient Egypt

Gibbons

Non-fiction

6-9

860

Q

40

0-439-79922-8

$4.95

Travel back in time to one of the oldest civilizations! Gibbons’ format helps understand ancient pharaohs, gods, monuments and hieroglyphics.

2.D. Animals of Other Times and Places: Dinosaurs Hoff

Bilingual

4-8

200L

J

18-20

0-545-14108-7

$59.95

This is the story of a boy’s friendship with a dinosaur and how they spend one happy day together.

Dinosaurs

Gibbons

Non-Fiction

6-9

650

M

24-28

0-590-47882-6

$5.95

These 14 dinosaur profiles feature simple facts and a pronunciation guide, plus facts about fossils and paleontology.

Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs

Barton

Science, Non-Fiction

4-6

720

G

12

0-590-45360-2

$6.95

In this delightful, easy-read book, readers are taken back to a time long ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

Hennessy

Fantasy

3-6

520

I

16

0-590-47694-7

$4.95

A little boy is convinced that his backyard was a dinosaur’s stomping ground.

Danny and the Dinosaur

The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

3

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 3–5

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

How we express ourselves: An exploration of the ways in which we discover and express our nature, ideas, feelings, beliefs, and values through language and the arts.

3.A. Fairy Tales and Other Stories Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti

McDermott

Tales, Folktale, African

5-8

290

L

24-28

0-590-47340-9

$5.95

Here is the story of Anansi, the spider-hero of the Ashanti people of Ghana, who falls into a river.

Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti

McDermott

Story CD

4-8

290

L

24-28

CD151RA

$5.95

Here is the story of Anansi, the spider-hero of the Ashanti people of Ghana, who falls into a river.

City Mouse – Country Mouse: and Two More Mouse Tales from Aesop

Wallner

Tales, Folktale

4-7

500

J

18-20

0-590-41155-1

$3.99

Classic tale of a country mouse who discovers the perils of city living. Includes two other mouse tales from Aesop.

Click, Clack, Moo; Cows that Type

Cronin

Humor, Silliness

4-7

160

K

18-20

0-439-21648-6

$6.95

Farmer Brown’s cows like to type! When his cows start leaving him notes about their living conditions, the negotiations begin.

Stone Soup

McGovern

Tales, Folktale

5-8

480

J

18-20

0-590-41602-2

$3.99

In a French folk tale, a vagabond tricks an old woman into believing he can make soup from a stone.

Stone Soup

McGovern

Story CD

5-8

480

J

18-20

0-78820-314-2

$3.99

In a French folk tale, a vagabond tricks an old woman into believing he can make soup from a stone.

Stone Soup

McGovern

Story DVD

5-8

480

J

18-20

0-590-41602-2

$3.99

In a French folk tale, a vagabond tricks an old woman into believing he can make soup from a stone.

Tarcov

Beginner Reader

6-8

380

K

18-20

0-590-46571-6

$3.99

This humorous retelling of the classic fairy tale is illustrated by Caldecott Medal-winning artist James Marshall.

Schmidt

FolkTale

4-7

360

I

16

0-590-41056-3

$3.99

This hearty retelling of a favorite is distinguished by rhythmic text and lively illustrations of the sassy, boastful Gingerbread Man.

Watts

Tales, Fable

4-7

360

K

18-20

0-439-26574-6

$5.95

In a lavish retelling of the classic tale, a peephole in each page allows readers to see the scene to come.

The Little Red Hen

McQueen

Tales, Folktale

4-8

470

I

16

0-590-4114F4

$14.60

The favorite tale of the industrious little hen and her freeloading friends, retold for beginning readers.

The Little Red Hen

McQueen

Tales, Folktale Story CD

4-7

470

I

16

0-590-41145-4

$3.99

The favorite tale of the industrious little hen and her freeloading friends, retold for beginning readers.

The Little Red Hen and Other Folktales

Various

Story DVD

4-7

470

I

16

1-555-92600-2

$59.95

The favorite tale of the industrious little hen and her freeloading friends, retold for beginning readers.

The Three Bears

Galdone

Tales, Folktale

3-6

610

K

18-20

0-590-61971-3

$5.95

A presentation adorned with warm and vivid drawings. “The illustrations…are large-scale, simple, and humorous, just right.”

The Frog Prince

The Gingerbread Man The Lion and the Mouse

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Raschka

Biography, Art or Music

5-9

140

H

14

0-531-07095-6

$6.99

Readers will bop to the beat of this musical book.

Alexander

Picture Book

4-6

200-400

A-N

13-14

0-439-14064-1

$3.95

Simply and colorfully, this book features a work of art viewed through the eyes of a child who sees.... dots!!

How Is a Crayon Made?

Charles

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-9

970

P

34-38

0-590-45997-X

$6.95

A close-up view inside a crayon factory, with vibrant color photographs and simple, informational text.

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More!

Beaumont

Picture Book

3-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-92997-0

$6.95

This book boasts bold paint-splattered colors, and tells the story of a child with an urge to paint.

I’ve Got Music!

Molitoris

Picture Book

3-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-88620-1

$4.95

Cora’s love for the music she makes tapping, drumming, clicking and splashing is drownedout by baby sister’s “WAH.”

Walsh

Picture Book

3-6

250

A-N

13-14

0-590-13207-5

$5.95

The design and humor will appeal to children who splash in paint, and to parents, who’ll appreciate this lesson.

Hubbard

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-7

310

H

14

0-590-95993-X

$5.95

Crayons—each with a distinct personality— talk to a girl as she draws pictures. Rhymes and whimsical add to the fun!

Rap a Tap Tap: Here’s Bojangles – Think of That!

Dillon

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-7

300

F

10

0-439-56066-7

$5.95

Leo and Diane Dillon’s book about groundbreaking African-American tap dancer, Bill “Bojangles” Robinson.

What a Wonderful World

Thiele & Weiss

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-20746-0

$5.95

With Louis Armstrong lyrics, this simple book spreads a message of hope and shows children a world of diversity and harmony.

TITLE

AUTHOR

DESCRIPTION

QTY

3.B. Painting and the Arts Charlie Parker Played Be Bop Dots! Dots! Dots! At the Museum

Mouse Paint

My Crayons Talk

3.C. Colors and Our Five Senses Lionni

Picture Book

3-6

640

I

16

0-590-48279-3

$5.95

All creatures have a color of their own… except chameleons, and this sad fellow wants a color of his own.

Cat’s Colors

Cabrera

Picture Book

3-5

80

E

6-8

0-590-03585-1

$5.95

A cheerful concept book that explores color from a cat’s point of view, focusing on favorite places, toys, and activities.

Mouse Paint

Walsh

Picture Book

3-6

250

A-N

13-14

0-590-13207-5

$5.95

The design and humor will appeal to children who splash in paint, and to parents, who’ll appreciate this lesson

Hubbard

Picture Book

3-7

310

H

14

0-590-95993-X

$5.95

Crayons—each with a distinct personality— talk to a girl as she draws pictures. Rhymes and whimsical add to the fun!

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf

Ehlert

Science, Non-Fiction

3-5

680

J

18-20

0-590-46517-1

$7.95

This is the story of a sugar maple tree and the child who planted it.

The Big Orange Splot

Pinkwater

Humor, Silliness

4-8

550

L

24-28

0-590-44510-3

$4.99

Mr. Plumbean decides to paint his house every color of the rainbow, much to the neighbors’ dismay.

Baker

Picture Book

3-6

190

I

16

0-590-22499-9

$4.95

This simple picture book teaches the primary and secondary colors as a winsome White Rabbit plays in three pots of paint.

A Color of His Own

My Crayons Talk

White Rabbit’s Color Book

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

3.D. Holidays, Celebrations, and Cultural Festivals Around the World Apples and Pumpkins

Rockwell

Picture Book

4-6

550

I

16

0-590-45191-X

$4.95

Bold, autumn-colored paintings and a simple, lively story capture a little girl’s joy .

Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King

Marzollo

Biography, Historical

3-7

800

L

24-28

0-439-09942-0

$5.99

Illustrations and informative text make this “an eloquent and powerful introduction to the life and death of Martin Luther King Jr.”

If You Take a Mouse to the Movies

Numeroff

Humor, Silliness

3-6

240

K

18-20

0-439-25406-X

$5.95

Hands-down favorites with beginning readers, these buoyant tales feature delightfully adorable characters—with absolutely enormous needs!

Titherington

Realistic Fiction

4-7

260

F

10

0-590-42871-3

$4.95

The life and growth of a pumpkin. “The strong sense of the cycles of nature and accomplishment make for a winning combination.”—SLJ

Pumpkin Pumpkin

Titherington

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

260

F

10

0-590-65288-5

$45.00

The life and growth of a pumpkin. “The strong sense of the cycles of nature and accomplishment make for a winning combination.”—SLJ

Pumpkin Pumpkin

Titherington

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-7

260

F

10

0-590-65255-9

$25.95

The life and growth of a pumpkin. “The strong sense of the cycles of nature and accomplishment make for a winning combination.”—SLJ

Kroll

Picture Book

3-6

570

M

24-28

0-590-46463-9

$3.99

Two lovable mice take such good care of their growing pumpkin that it becomes the biggest pumpkin ever!

Pumpkin Pumpkin

The Biggest Pumpkin Ever

4

How the world works: An exploration of the physical and material world; of natural and human-made phenomena; of the world of science and technology

4.B. Life Cycles of Plants and Animals Butterflies

Shapiro

beginning reader

5-7

190

J

18-20

0-439-20636-7

$3.99

Learn about the life cycle of a butterfly in this colorfully illustrated, rhyming text.

Chick Life Cycle

Bennett

Non-Fiction

4-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-87658-3

$3.50

A simple book detailing the life cycle of chickens.

Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones

Heller

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

620

K

18-20

0-590-42600-1

$6.95

Illustrations, rhyming text and facts combine as readers learn about dozens of egg-laying animals, both familiar and new.

The Reason for a Flower

Heller

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-8

200-600

P

34-38

0-590-41252-3

$5.95

With illustrations and diagrams, Ruth Heller explains the different parts of a flower, pollination, and growth, using a rhyming text.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Carle

Number, Counting Book

4-6

460

J

18-20

0-590-03029-9

$7.95

A very hungry caterpillar eats its way right through the pages of this book as it searches for a satisfying meal.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Carle

Big Book Complete Unit

4-6

460

J

18-20

0-590-65273-7

$49.50

A very hungry caterpillar eats its way right through the pages of this book as it searches for a satisfying meal.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Carle

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-6

460

J

18-20

0-590-65240-0

$25.95

A very hungry caterpillar eats its way right through the pages of this book as it searches for a satisfying meal.

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GENRE

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGE

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4.C. Weather and the Seasons A Busy Year

Lionni

Picture Book

4-7

370

J

18-20

0-590-47273-9

$5.95

Children become aware of the natural world and the change of seasons in a charming story from Caldecott winner Leo Leonni.

Caps, Hats, Socks, and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons

Borden

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

240

H

14

0-590-65283-4

$49.50

Shared Reading presents a celebration of the sights, smells, and sensations of the four seasons.

Caps, Hats, Socks, and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons

Borden

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-7

240

H

14

0-590-65250-8

$25.95

Shared Reading presents a celebration of the sights, smells, and sensations of the four seasons.

Caps, Hats, Socks, and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons

Borden

Picture Book

4-7

240

H

14

0-590-44872-2

$4.96

Shared Reading presents a celebration of the sights, smells, and sensations of the four seasons.

Chicken Soup with Rice: A Book of Months

Sendak

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-7

200-600

M

24-28

0-590-45452-8

$4.95

The author sings the praises of his favorite soup with rhymes and pictures for each month of the year.

Come On, Rain

Hesse

Picture Book

4-6

780

P

34-38

0-590-33126-4

$4.95

This urban story captures the magnificence of a sudden rainstorm on a sweltering hot day.

Fleming

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

F

10

0-590-48119-3

$6.95

This Caldecott Honor winner features lively text and art that details creatures’ activities at the pond throughout the seasons.

Owl Moon

Yolen

Picture Book

4-7

630

O

34-38

0-590-42044-5

$4.99

A story of a young girl and her father who venture forth into the woods in search of the Great Horned Owl.

Owl Moon

Yolen

Story CD

5-9

630

O

34-

1-55592-920-6

$12.95

A story of a young girl and her father who venture forth into the woods in search of the Great Horned Owl.

Picking Apples & Pumpkins

Amy, Hutchings

Science, Non-Fiction

4-7

730

L

24-28

0-590-48456-7

$3.99

A timely tale of a family outing, shares the pleasures of autumn and the delights of freshly picked seasonal favorites

The First Day of Winter

Fleming

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

A-N

3-4

0-439-90878-7

$5.95

This cumulative tale mimics The Twelve Days of Christmas, with a snowman as the recipient of gifts from a young boy.

The Fox and the Falling Leaves

Rawlinson

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-545-04299-2

$5.95

In a first encounter with the changing seasons, a young fox is worried when his favorite tree drops its leaves.

The Missing Mitten Mystery

Kellogg

Picture Book

4-7

500

I

16

0-439-37594-0

$5.95

Little Annie and her dog, Oscar, look for her missing red mitten, and find it in a heartwarming spot.

The Rain Came Down

Shannon

Picture Book

4-7

370

L

24-28

0-439-05153-3

$5.99

Shannon captures the cacophonous chaos that follows an unexpected rainstorm.

The Snowy Day

Keats

Picture Book

4-7

500

J

18-20

0-590-03031-0

$5.95

This book conveys the silent wonder of a city snowfall and a small boy’s solitary delight in it.

The Snowy Day and other Caldecott Classics

Keats

Story DVD

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

1-555-92603-7

$59.95

Video Collection of several classic titles for young children.

In the Small, Small Pond

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 3–5

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AGE

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DRA

ISBN

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The Wind Blew

Hutchins

Humor, Silliness

4-6

200-600

J

18-20

0-590-46632-1

$5.95

Preschoolers will laugh as the mischievous wind snatches away the possessions of unsuspecting townspeople.

What Will the Weather Be Like Today?

Rogers

Rhyming Story

4-7

470

H

14

0-590-45013-1

$4.95

This simple book takes readers all over the world, to show how animals are perfectly adapted to their climates.

What Will the Weather Be Like Today?

Rogers

Big Book Complete Unit

4-7

470

H

14

0-590-65950-2

$45.00

This simple book takes readers all over the world, to show how animals are perfectly adapted to their climates.

What Will the Weather Be Like Today?

Rogers

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-7

470

H

14

0-590-65960-X

$25.95

This simple book takes readers all over the world, to show how animals are perfectly adapted to their climates.

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

4.D. The Solar System and Space Travel Bredeson

Picture Book

5-7

450

I

16

0-516-24489-2

$4.95

Rookie Read-About Science series makes science interesting with full-color photos and the right amount of fun, factual, fascinating text.

Bear Shadow

Asch

Picture Book

4-7

580

J

18-20

0-590-44054-3

$5.95

Bear is trying to catch a fish—if his pesky shadow will let him—in this lesson about the sun’s daily movement.

Guess Whose Shadow?

Swinburne

Science, Non-Fiction

4-6

140

H

14

0-439-26651-3

$4.95

The book invites readers to guess the origins of the shadows and scientific reasons for shadows.

How Many Stars in the Sky?

Hort

Realistic Fiction

5-8

500

L

24-28

0-590-13505-8

$5.95

A little boy can’t sleep while his Mama is away, so he joins his Daddy for an unforgettable, all-night journey of discovery.

My Light

Bang

Science, Non-Fiction

4-7

690

K

18-20

0-439-75116-0

$6.95

An incredible journey that follows the light of the sun as it transformed into the energy we use every day in our homes.

Astronauts

4.E. The Physical World: Water, Light, Air, etc. All About Light

Trumbauer

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

300

H

14

0-516-25842-7

$4.95

Where does light come from? How does it travel? Beginner’s look at a popular science subject.

All About Sound: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science

Trumbauer

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

260

H

14

0-516-25847-8

$4.95

The science of sound is a snap for youngest readers to understand.

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Garrett

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

G

12

0-516-24663-1

$4.95

Readers learn about different science tools, scientific properties, motion, gravity, and other forces they encounter everyday.

Sound, Heat and Light: Energy at Work

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

360

L

24-28

0-590-46103-6

$4.95

Amusing illustrations help show the many ways in which sound, heat and light help us in our daily lives.

Trumbauer

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

440

I

16

0-516-25845-1

$4.95

What do batteries that power handheld games and power plants that burn coal have in common?

Curry

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

340

I

16

0-516-24667-4

$4.95

Young readers learn about the different states of matter as well as the fact that they, themselves, are matter, too!

4-7

560

K

18-20

0-590-45306-8

$6.95

A myriad of houses are described in a delightful, rhyming text.

What is Electricity?

What is Matter?

4.F. Buildings and Architecture A House Is a House for Me

Hoberman

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

Alphabet Under Construction

Fleming

Alphabet Book

3-6

200-600

D

4

0-439-61197-0

$6.95

One industrious Mouse constructs an alphabet with 26 sturdy verbs.

Cross a Bridge

Hunter

Picture Book

4-7

550

K

18-20

0-439-10835-7

$4.95

This introduction to bridges explains what bridges are made of, how they first came to be of use, different types of bridges and the distances they cross.

Dig a Tunnel

Hunter

Picture Book

5-7

610

K

18-20

0-439-17672-7

$4.95

This lively tour of constructed tunnels highlights their variety as it explores their uses.

How a House is Built

Gibbons

Picture Book

4-8

570

M

24-28

0-590-44940-0

$4.95

This step-by-step guide to the construction of a house is full of interesting details.

The Construction Alphabet Book

Pallotta

Picture Book

4-8

640

O

34-38

0-439-02609-1

$6.95

Rock crushers, jackhammers, and wrecking balls tear up the pages in this noisy alphabet book.

TITLE

5

QTY

How we organize ourselves: An exploration of systems and communities; of the world of work, its nature and its value.

5.A. Work and Jobs, Including Community Helpers A Day with a Mail Carrier: Welcome Books™ – Hard Work

Kottke

Photo Essay

4-7

200-600

F

18-20

0-516-23015-8

$4.95

Follow the mail carrier from post office to truck to home or business in this book in a series about everyday jobs.

A Day with Firefighters: Welcome Books™ – Hard Work

Kottke

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

200-600

H

14

0-516-23847-7

$4.95

Follow the firefighters from station to truck to fire in this book in a series about everyday jobs.

A Day with Police Officers: Welcome Books™ – Hard Work

Kottke

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

200-600

G

12

0-516-24523-6

$4.95

Follow the police officer from police station to car to street in this book in a series about everyday jobs.

All About Things People Do

Rice

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-8

630

K

18-20

0-590-45164-2

$5.95

A lively, colorful introduction to the world of jobs, workplaces, and how things are made, with detailed illustrations and kid-friendly information.

Night Shift Daddy

Spinelli

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-7

330

J

18-20

0-439-22138-2

$4.95

The sweet and charming routine of a little girl and her father, who leaves for work just as she is going to sleep.

People at Work— DVD

Allard, et al

Story DVD

4-8

200-900

J

18-20

0-439-80841-3

$59.95

Collection includes TRASHY TOWN, THE PAPERBOY and MISS NELSON IS BACK.

Pilkey

Picture Book

4-7

530

J

18-20

0-531-07139-1

$6.99

The timeless story of a paperboy and his dog, who follow their route every Saturday morning.

What Will I Be?

Lewison

Picture Book

4-6

200-600

H

14

0-439-24023-9

$3.95

Rhyming riddles and irresistible photographs capture children dressed as police officers, bakers, firefighters, and more!

Who Uses This?

Miller

Photo Essay

4-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-45932-5

$5.95

“Who uses this?” Picturing tools of various trades that youngsters can learn about & identify.

The Paperboy

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGE

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DRA

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DESCRIPTION

5.B. Modes and Systems of Transportation Alphabeep: A Zipping, Zooming ABC

Pearson

Alphabet Book

4-7

640

M

24-28

0-439-67688-6

$6.95

This picture book describes and depicts a colorful alphabet of anything and everything vehicular - cars, trucks, and even street signs.

Dig Dig Digging

Mayo

Picture Book

2-5

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-92784-6

$4.95

A bright, noisy book to connect words and pictures with the excitement of the building site and the vroom of the streets.

Freight Train

Crews

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

200-600

G

12

0-590-42694-X

$5.95

Bright illustrations help children learn to identify colors. Cars sweep across the page, leaving a stream of fluid color in their wake.

Hello, School Bus!: Scholastic Reader Level 1

Parker

Beginning Reader

4-7

10

J

18-20

0-439-59889-3

$3.99

The doors on the school bus open wide and admit many fun anthropomorphic animals.

I Love Trains!

Sturges

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-6

220

F

10

0-439-41805-4

$4.95

This easy-reading, rhymed picture book introduces preschoolers to trains–the jobs they do and words that describe them.

I Love Trucks!

Sturges

Picture Book

3-5

0

G

12

0-439-14034-X

$4.95

Vivid paintings and light verse take readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck’s special job.

On The Go

Morris

Photo Essay

4-8

480

G

12

0-590-45995-3

$5.95

The book conveys to very young children the many ways people around the world travel from one place to another.

Truck

Crews

Wordless Book

3-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-44438-7

$5.95

A large, bright red trailer truck packed with tricycles moves through pages of fog, truck stops, and crowded highways.

5.D. Special Communities: Farms, Factories, etc. 1001 Things to Spot in the Town: An Usborne Book

Milbourne

Activities, Skills, How-to

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-31641-3

$5.95

A lively carnival and a shopping street are just a couple of the places readers visit on this worldwide tour!

Big Red Barn

Brown

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-7

640

H

14

0-590-44245-7

$5.95

This simple rhythmic story describes a day on a farm, where a family of animals peacefully plays, eats, and sleeps.

Down on the Farm

Kutner

Picture Book

3-5

2001000

E

6-8

0-439-85319-2

$5.95

Follow the trail of one naughty little goat through a day in the life of a very busy, noisy farmyard.

Farm Life

Spurr

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-7

NONPROSE TEXT

J

18-20

0-439-65718-0

$4.95

In this book, barns of different colors hold surprises for young readers who will learn numbers, colors, and animals.

Pancakes, Panackes!

Carle

Picture Book

4-8

670

M

24-28

0-590-44453-0

$6.95

This colorful process book follows a hungry boy through the steps leading up to his pancake breakfast.

Rosie’s Walk

Hutchins

Read-Aloud

4-6

200-800

F

10

0-590-41239-6

$22.60

A delightfully unaware hen takes a walk…and is pursued by a hungry fox, who fails to capture her in the most hilarious ways.

Rosie’s Walk

Hutchins

Big Book Complete Unit

4-6

200-800

F

10

0-590-64672-9

$45.00

A delightfully unaware hen takes a walk…and is pursued by a hungry fox, who fails to capture her in the most hilarious ways.

Rosie’s Walk

Hutchins

Story DVD

4-7

200-800

F

10

0-545-10679-6

$38.75

A delightfully unaware hen takes a walk…and is pursued by a hungry fox, who fails to capture her in the most hilarious ways.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 3–5

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Rosie’s Walk

Hutchins

Story CD

3-7

200-800

E

6-

1-55592-885-4

$12.95

A delightfully unaware hen takes a walk…and is pursued by a hungry fox, who fails to capture her in the most hilarious ways.

Rosie’s Walk

Hutchins

Big Book w/ Teacher’s Guide

4-6

200-800

F

10

0-590-64786-5

$22.60

A delightfully unaware hen takes a walk…and is pursued by a hungry fox, who fails to capture her in the most hilarious ways.

And the Cow Said Moo!

Phillips

Picture Book

3-6

0

A-N

13-14

0-439-36644-5

$4.95

A cumulative tale that involves every animal on the farm, as one bossy cow demands that all the other animals say “Moo.”

Farm Alphabet Book

Miller

Picture Book

4-5

390

J

18-20

0-590-31991-4

$3.99

Outstanding photos of life on a farm make this an exceptionally handsome introduction to the ABCs.

QTY

5.E. Animal Communities Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!

Barner

Nonfiction

3-6

200-600

D

4

0-439-17208-X

$4.95

Rhyming text and vibrant paper collages present bugs, bugs, bugs, with actual-size bug charts and fun facts!

Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!

Barner

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

3-6

200-600

D

4

0-545-06273-X

$4.95

Rhyming text and vibrant paper collages present bugs, bugs, bugs, with actual-size bug charts and fun facts!

Bumblebee, Bumblebee, Do You Know Me?

Rockwell

General Non-Fiction

4-5

430L

A-N

13-14

0-439-19973-5

$4.95

In this graceful introduction to flowers, each double-page spread depicts a riddle about a flower addressed to an insect.

Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?

Carle

Emergent Reader

2-6

200-600

F

10

0-439-27149-5

$4.95

In a very simply told story, a child asks variations on the question: “Does a kangaroo have a mother, too?” The response is always “Yes!”

Earl the Squirrel

Freeman

Picture Book

3-7

720

K

18-20

0-439-89569-3

$5.95

It’s time for Earl the Squirrel to learn how to gather nuts. Earl doesn’t know where to begin.

It’s Mine!

Lionni

Picture Book

4-7

470

P

34-38

0-590-62198-X

$5.95

This story by a Caldecott Awardwinning author has an important message about sharing.

Jump, Frog, Jump!

Kalan

Picture Book

4-6

200-600

I

16

0-590-40063-0

$5.95

Children will want to join in with “jump, frog, jump” after every verse of this rhythmic tale.

Let’s Go to the Aquarium: Welcome Books™ – Weekend Fun

Foley

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

190

E

6-8

0-516-24503-1

$4.95

Learn what animals live in an aquarium, and how they’re taken care of in this book about Weekend Fun.

Over in the Meadow

Keats

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-6

380

J

16-18

0-590-72809-1

$5.99

A counting rhyme that features animal mothers and their babies living in unique meadow habitats.

Over in the Ocean: In a Coral Reef

Berkes

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

3-7

200-600

J

18-20

0-439-76020-8

$6.95

This coral reef is a colorful marine nursery, teeming with new life!

6-8

640

M

24-28

0-590-33155-8

$5.95

The vivid and delightfully illustrated story of a family’s dream to save enough money to buy a new chair after a fire destroys their home.

5.F. Shopping and Consumerism A Chair for My Mother

Williams

Picture Book

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 3–5

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Viorst

Humor, Silliness

6-9

570

M

24-28

0-590-46896-0

$6.95

Alexander had hoped to save the dollar his grandparents gave him, but his attention—and his money!—soon goes elsewhere!

Caps for Sale

Slobodkina

Folk Tale

4-7

480

K

18-20

0-439-12061-6

$5.95

The classic story of a peddler whose caps are stolen by some monkeys while he takes a nap.

Charlie Needs a Cloak

dePaola

Picture Book

4-6

500

I

16

0-590-44188-4

$5.95

A great “process” book presenting the facts of cloth making. Includes a glossary of terms.

Charlie Needs a Cloak

dePaola

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

4-8

500

J

16

0-439-58318-7

$20.50

A great “process” book presenting the facts of cloth making. Includes a glossary of terms.

Charlie Needs a Cloak

dePaola

Audio CD

4-8

500

I

18-

1-55592-902-8

$12.95

A great “process” book presenting the facts of cloth making. Includes a glossary of terms.

Pocket for Corduroy

Freeman

Picture Book

4-7

660

K

18-20

0-590-31970-1

$4.95

Corduroy the teddy bear, longs to have a pocket.

Little Nino’s Pizzeria

Barbour

Picture Book

5-8

620

A-N

13-14

0-590-47125-2

$4.95

This exuberant picture book tells the story of Tony, a little boy who helps his father in the family pizzeria.

TITLE Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday: Alexander Books

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Sharing the planet: An exploration of our rights and responsibilities as we try to share a finite resources with other people, with other living things; of communities and of the relationships within and between them.

6.A. Caring for a Garden, Pet, etc. Annie and the Wild Animals

Brett

Picture Book

4-7

490

K

18-20

0-590-13488-4

$5.95

The story of a little girl whose cat has run away, so she tries to make new friends.

Cookie’s Week

Ward

Picture Book

4-6

100

F

10

0-590-43604-X

$4.95

Young children will love following Cookie through the weekdays — and seeing all the trouble he causes around the house!

Flower Garden

Bunting

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-99445-X

$5.95

This story conveys a little girl’s mounting excitement as she makes a window-box flower garden for her Mom’s birthday.

Good Boy, Fergus

Shannon

Picture Book

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-545-01975-3

$3.99

Kids will love the oversized visuals that present a uniquely Fergus-centric view of the world.

Bruce

Picture Book

3-6

150

D

4

0-439-28369-8

$4.95

Fran can’t make her plant bloom by feeding it spaghetti, pizza and ice cream, so she throws it …and gets a flower!

Browne

Picture Book

4-6

610

J

18-20

0-439-05654-3

$5.95

Handa puts fruits in a basket for her friend, but the fruits look very inviting to the animals along the way.

Harry the Dirty Dog

Zion

Picture Book

3-7

700

J

18-20

0-590-06211-5

$5.95

There’s never been another dog as delightful — or dirty — as Harry.

How Kittens Grow

Selsam

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

470

L

24-28

0-590-44784-X

$3.99

This book traces the development of four kittens with delightful, easy-to-read text.

Pet Show!

Keats

Picture Book

6-7

300

K

18-20

0-516-22541-3

$20.50

Archie wants to enter his cat in the neighborhood pet show — but the cat has vanished!

Spike, Lee

Picture Book

3-5

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-89564-2

$6.95

Story of high-energy toddlers when they meet their match in a pup who has no plans of letting up.

Grow Flower, Grow! Handa’s Surprise

Please, Puppy, Please

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 3–5

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

The Salamander Room

Mazer

Environmental Fiction

5-7

660

L

24-28

0-590-06225-5

$4.95

Brian brings home a salamander, and devises a hilarious plan for its care.

The Stray Dog

Simont

Picture Book

4-7

60

I

16

0-439-38591-1

$5.95

A family meets a wonderful stray dog on picnic, and find they’re miserable without him.

Hall

Environmental Fiction

3-6

470

I

16

0-590-10076-9

$5.95

In simple language and bold collages, three children celebrate the joys of planting a garden.

The Surprise Garden

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6.B. Caring for the Environment and Managing Resources A Frog in a Bog

Wilson

Animal Stories, Rhyming Story

3-7

200-600

J

18-20

0-439-69726-3

$5.95

In a funny counting book, the frog doesn’t stop eating, until he attracts the attention of a alligator.

In the Pond

Cristini

Picture Book

3-7

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-43635-X

$4.95

This wordless visual adventure is all about spying wildlife in a familiar habitat.

Let’s Go to the Zoo: Welcome Books™ – Weekend Fun

Foley

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

100

E

6-8

0-516-24505-8

$4.95

Learn what animals live in a zoo and how they’re cared for in this book about Weekend Fun.

Over in the Meadow

Keats

Picture Book

4-6

380

J

18-20

0-590-72809-1

$5.99

A counting rhyme that features animal mothers and their babies living in unique meadow habitats.

6.C. Relationship of Humans and Plant/Animal Kingdom Daynes

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-64395-3

$5.95

Readers delight in the secrets of the sea, whether spotting whales on the horizon, or finding fish in a reef.

McCloskey

Picture Book

4-7

890

M

24-28

0-590-40923-9

$5.95

In this book, little Sal doesn’t notice she’s following the wrong mother—an equally startled mother bear!

Big Bugs

Simon

General Non-Fiction

5-9

810

N

30

0-439-85183-1

$4.95

A humorous informational guide to insects, accessible to even the youngest reader.

Diary of a Worm

Cronin

Humor, Silliness

6-10

360

K

18-20

0-439-67774-2

$5.95

The hidden world of this lovable underground dweller.

Goodnight Gorilla

Rathmann

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-590-53598-6

$4.95

The hilarious adventure of a mischievous gorilla who “borrows” the zookeeper’s keys

Fleming

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

F

10

0-590-48119-3

$6.95

The book features lively text and art that details creatures’ activities at the pond throughout the seasons.

McCloskey

Picture Book

4-7

630

L

24-28

0-590-33949-4

$6.95

Mrs. Mallard marches her eight ducklings through the streets of Boston, creating delightful havoc along the way.

Glaser

Science, Non-Fiction

3-6

390

K

18-20

0-439-25076-5

$5.95

The vital role that earthworms play in the planet’s ecosystem!

1001 Things to Spot in the Sea

Blueberries for Sal

In the Small, Small Pond Make Way For Ducklings Wonderful Worms

6.D. Natural Habitats and Ecosystems A Grand Old Tree

A House for Hermit Crab

DePalma

General Fiction

2-6

460

J

18-20

0-439-78899-4

$4.95

The life cycle of a old tree who once flowered and spread, and whose children now grow tall beside her.

Carle

Animal Stories

4-7

480

K

18-20

0-590-42567-6

$6.95

This fable tells of the sea creature who moves from house to house.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 3–5

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Biggest, Strongest, Fastest

Jenkins

Non-Fiction

4-8

840

P

34-38

0-590-95922-0

$5.95

A colorful and dynamic presentation of 14 amazing animals, each of which holds a record in the animal kingdom.

Have You Seen My Duckling?

Tafuri

Wordless Book

3-6

20

A

A-2

0-590-44385-2

$5.95

A mother duck loses sight of her most adventurous duckling, who is cleverly concealed in each picture of the book.

Hello Ocean

Ryan

Picture Book

4-8

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-439-40317-0

$5.95

A young girl’s journey of discovery as she experiences the treasures of the ocean through each of her five senses.

In the Small, Small Pond

Fleming

Picture Book

3-6

200-600

F

10

0-590-48119-3

$6.95

This book features lively text and art that details creatures’ activities at the pond throughout the seasons.

In the Tall, Tall Grass

Fleming

Rhyming Story

4-8

200-600

F

9-10

0-590-46104-4

$5.95

Beginning as the sun is high in the sky and ending as the moon rises above, a backyard tour.

Lionni

Picture Book

3-6

210

J

18-20

0-590-47991-1

$5.95

This story stars a worm who “inches his way out” of being eaten by birds.

Informational Nonfiction

6-9

200-600

A-N

13-14

0-545-08081-9

$3.99

Readers see the animals of Africa in their natural habitats, and learn the ways they interact with one another.

Inch By Inch Planet Earth: Animals of Africa

RyanHerndon

6.E. Lives and Teachings of Inspirational Figures: Abraham Lincoln, MLK, Gandhi, etc. A Girl Named Helen Keller

Lundell

Biography

6-8

350

K

18-20

0-590-47963-6

$3.99

High interest stories provide new challenge with full paragraphs and richer vocabulary.

I Could Do That!

White

Picture Book

4-8

780

L

28

0-374-33527-3

$16.00

This striking picture book biography shows how one girl’s gumption propels her through a life filled with challenges!

Jane Goodall

Kittinger

Biography

6-8

500

H

14

0-516-24783-2

$6.95

Biography of famous biologist; this is from a series of high interest books for young readers.

Mother Teresa

Eddy

6-7

380

I

16

0-516-25881-8

$20.50

This biography tells about the life of Mother Teresa.

Players in Pigtails

Corey

Picture Book

5-8

350

M

24-28

0-439-18306-5

$6.99

A girl who follows her dream and becomes a player in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

Players in Pigtails

Corey

Story DVD

5-8

350

M

30

0-78820-534-X

$59.95

A girl who follows her dream and becomes a player in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

Biography

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

TITLE

1

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

DESCRIPTION

QTY

Who we are: An exploration of the nature of the self; of our beliefs and values, of personal, physical, mental, social, and spiritual health; of our families, friends, and communities; of our rights and responsibilities; of what it means to be human.

1.A. My Family and My Friends Abuela

Dorros

Fantasy

4-8

510

K

18-20

0-590-99642-8

$6.95

Flying around Manhattan, resting in the clouds—Rosalba and her grandmother have an extraordinary adventure!

Amos & Boris

Steig

Picture Book

4-8

690

L

24-28

0-590-44418-2

$5.95

When Amos the mouse rolls off his ship in the ocean, Boris the whale rescues him, beginning a lasting friendship.

Aunt Flossie’s Hats

Howard

Picture Book

5-8

400

M

24-28

0-590-48881-3

$5.95

Two little girls listen to Aunt Flossie’s memories as they try on her many hats.

Aunt Flossie’s Hats

Howard

Big Book Unit

5-8

400

M

24-28

0-590-62299-4

$47.50

Two little girls visit their Aunt Flossie and, while trying on some of her many hats.

Aunt Flossie’s Hats

Howard

Read-Aloud Book Pack

5-8

400

M

24-28

0-439-04041-8

$9.95

Two little girls listen to Aunt Flossie’s memories as they try on her many hats.

Aunt Flossie’s Hats

Howard

Guided Reading 6 Book Set

5-8

400

M

24-28

043958325X

$20.50

Two little girls listen to Aunt Flossie’s memories as they try on her many hats.

Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse

Lionni

Fantasy

5-8

490

L

24-28

0-590-43012-2

$5.50

Story of a real mouse who saves his friend, a toy mouse who is suddenly discarded by his owner.

Babushka’s Doll

Polacco

Fables, Folk Tales and Myths

5-8

360

P

34-38

0-590-62205-6

$5.95

Natasha insists on having her grandmother entertain her, until a doll shows Natasha the true meaning of patience.

Bedtime for Frances

Hoban

Animal Fantasy

4-7

360

K

18-20

059009887X

$4.95

A story of a typical childhood experience, Frances conquers the things that go bump in the night.

A Birthday Basket for Tia

Mora

Picture Book

5-7

440

L

24-28

0-590-47758-7

$4.99

Cecilia wants to give Tía a special present on her 90th birthday, one that shows her how much she loves her.

Chester’s Way

Henkes

Picture Book

4-8

570

K

18-20

0-590-44017-9

$5.95

Chester and Wilson do everything together. Then they meet Lilly and learn wonderful new ways to have fun.

Chicken Sunday

Polacco

Picture Book

4-8

650

N

30

0-590-46244-X

$5.95

A white girl and her two black “brothers” plan to buy the boys’ grandmother a new Easter bonnet.

Coming on Home Soon

Woodson

Historical Fiction

5-9

550

L

24-28

0-439-80595-3

$4.95

Ada Ruth’s mama must go away to Chicago to work, leaving Ada Ruth and Grandma behind.

Dinner at Aunt Connie’s House

Ringgold

Historical Fiction

5-9

640

M

24-28

0-590-13713-1

$5.95

Two girls discover the painted portraits of great African-American women—and the paintings can talk.

Emma Kate

Polacco

Humor

4-7

520

J

18-20

0-439-90230-4

$5.95

Emma Kate and her best friend do everything together, but there’s more to this friend than meets the eye!

Families Are Different

Pellegrini

Realistic Fiction

4-7

540

K

18-20

0-590-46317-9

$5.95

Nico learns that children live in all types of family arrangements, and that parents come in all shapes and sizes.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 5–7

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers: A Collection of Family Poems

Hoberman

Poetry

3-8

200-600

L

24-28

0-590-47029-9

$4.95

A collection of poems about all kinds of families. Full of insight and lots of fun.

Fox and His Friends

Marshall

Early Chapter Book

4-8

200

J

18-20

0-590-26568-7

$5.95

Mom wants Fox to once again look after Louise, but he wants to have fun with his friends.

Lobel

Early Chapter Book

5-8

400

K

18-20

0-590-04529-6

$4.95

Five delightful stories about true friendship. Told with freshness, humor and a beguiling simplicity.

Multiple Authors

Poetry

6-9

200-600

O

34-38

0-439-05655-1

$5.95

The joys of fatherhood, as celebrated in poems by African-American writers.

Jamaica’s Find

Havill

Realistic Fiction

4-8

460

K

18-20

0-590-42504-8

$4.95

Jamaica finds an old stuffed animal and has the satisfaction of returning it to the grateful owner.

Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie

Roop

Historical Fiction

6-9

260

K

18-20

0-590-45594-X

$5.95

When father gets lost in a storm at sea, Abbie must keep the lighthouse lit and care for her family.

Mommy’s Hands

Lasky

Bedtime Stories

3-5

780

L

24-28

0-439-63780-5

$4.95

Young children describe what their hands and their mothers’ hands do when they are together.

Mice and Beans

Ryan

Picture Book

5-9

440

N

30

0-439-40711-7

$5.99

A story of grandma Rosa Maria as she plans a wonderful party, despite some mice that have plans of their own!

My Friends

Gomi

Humor

4-7

470

G

12

0-590-48615-2

$4.95

A girl pays homage to her friends and all that they’ve taught her.

The Patchwork Quilt

Flournoy

Realistic Fiction

4-7

520

O

34-38

0-590-89753-5

$5.95

A little girl finds clever ways to help her sick grandmother work on a very special quilt.

The Quilt Story

Johnston

Picture Book

5-8

400

L

24-28

0-590-43890-5

$4.95

A beautiful quilt links two little girls across generations in this story about the comfort to be found in familiar surroundings.

Stellaluna

Cannon

Picture Book

5-8

550

N

30-34

0-590-48379-X

$5.95

A sweet baby bat lives in a nest with a bird family. Through trial and error, she finds her true nature—and her true family.

Swimmy

Lionni

Picture Book

4-7

640

L

24-28

0-590-43049-1

$5.95

Through teamwork and cooperation, a little fish and his friends triumph over the BIG fish.

The Relatives Came

Rylant

Picture Book

4-8

940

K

18-20

0-590-47790-0

$4.95

A family reunion, where everyone shares everything, from gardening chores, to fresh summer fruit, to songs and banjo music.

The Way I Feel

Cain

Fiction

4-7

200-600

L

24-30

0-439-32116-6

$4.95

This book helps children understand and express their own emotions.

Thunder Cake

Polacco

Picture Book

6-9

630

M

24-28

0-590-45426-9

$5.95

While gathering the ingredients for her grandmother’s “thunder cake,” a young girl begins to overcome her fear of storms.

Tikki Tikki Tembo

Mosel

Fables, Folk Tales and Myths

4-8

1090

N

30

0-590-41622-7

$5.95

A Chinese folktale about a boy named Chang and his problems with a very long, rhyming name.

TITLE

Frog and Toad are Friends In Daddy’s Arms I Am Tall: African Americans Celebrating Fathers

DESCRIPTION

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Too Many Tamales

Soto

Picture Book

4-8

670

M

24-28

0-590-22650-9

$4.95

While making her family’s Christmas Eve tamales, Maria tries on her mother’s diamond ring—and now it’s gone!

Mitchell

Fiction

4-8

710

P

38

0-590-22313-5

$5.95

After a lifetime of obstacles, including segregation and the Great Depression, Sarah Jean’s Uncle Jed opens his own barber shop.

Uncle Jed’s Barber Shop

QTY

1.B. My Home and My School Andy Shane and the Very Bossy Delores Starbuckle

Jacobson

Realistic Fiction

5-8

610

K

18-20

0-439-92116-3

$4.95

Bossy Dolores Starbuckle is a pain to Andy Shane. Andy has to find a way to stand up to his nemesis.

Brand New Pencils, Brand New Books

deGroat

Realistic Fiction

5-7

620

G

12

0-439-88636-8

$3.95

Gilbert is excited and nervous on his first day of first grade! Will the teacher be nice? Will Patti still be his best friend?

David Gets in Trouble

Shannon

Humor, Silliness

4-7

0

F

10

0-439-05154-1

$4.99

This time, David does the talking, with phrases like “I forgot” and “I didn’t mean to.”

David Goes to School

Shannon

Humor, Silliness

4-7

0

F

10

0-439-32171-9

$4.95

The out-of-control monster-child is back and bringing his boyishly disgusting habits into the classroom.

Junie B., First Grader: Boss of Lunch

Park

Realistic Fiction

6-9

330

M

24-28

0-439-49864-3

$3.95

Junie B. is getting to be a professional lunch lady! And that means hanging out with Mrs. Gutzman in the cafeteria.

Junie B., First Grader: First Grader (At Last!)

Park

Realistic Fiction

5-8

250

M

24-28

0-439-32689-3

$3.99

Junie B. has a new class, a new teacher, and even some new friends, but she needs to get glasses.

Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

Henkes

Humor

5-8

540

M

24-28

0-439-64287-6

$4.95

Lilly loves everything about school, but she can’t hold her enthusiasm until sharing time. Now she’s got a lesson to learn.

Miss Nelson is Missing

Allard

Humor

5-8

340

L

24-28

0-590-11877-3

$5.95

When the kids in room 207 refuse to behave, Miss Nelson disappears and a mysterious— and stern—substitute arrives.

Miss Nelson is Missing

Allard

Guided Reading 6 Book Set

5-8

340

L

24-28

0-4395-8323-3

$20.50

When the kids in room 207 refuse to behave, Miss Nelson disappears and a mysterious— and stern—substitute arrives.

Miss Smith’s Incredible Storybook

Garland

Science Fiction, Fantasy

5-8

680

G

12

0-439-81490-1

$5.95

When Zack’s new teacher reads from her incredible book, the stories literally spring to life, leaving the class wide-eyed, with wonder.

Officer Buckle and Gloria

Rathmann

Humor

4-8

510

J

18-20

0-590-92569-5

$5.95

Officer Buckle takes his safety lectures a bit too seriously, until Gloria, his safety dog, adds a breath of fresh air.

One Happy Classroom: Rookie Reader ® – Level B

Simon

Number, Counting Book

5-7

200

D

4

0-516-23794-2

$4.95

Activities in a happy, busy kindergarten classroom introduce the numbers one to ten.

Ruby the Copycat

Rathmann

Humor

4-8

500

K

18-20

0-590-47423-5

$5.99

Ruby, the new girl in class, imitates the most popular girl until she learns to appreciate just being herself.

Too Loud Lily

Laguna

Humor, Silliness

4-8

730

L

24-28

0-439-67877-3

$4.95

Lilly Hippo is just too loud. A new music and drama teacher shows Lilly that sometimes, volume is what you need!

What Mary Jo Shared

Udry

Realistic Fiction

5-7

530

L

24-28

0-590-43757-7

$4.99

Shy first grader solves the problem of what to do for “show and tell.”

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

1.C. My Country and Culture Angel Child, Dragon Child

Surat

Realistic Fiction

6-9

420

O

34-38

0-590-42271-5

$4.99

Ut, an immigrant child from Vietnam, tries adjusting to a new life in America.

Arroz con leche: Popular Songs and Rhymes from Latin America

Delacre

Tales, Legend, Tall Tale

4-6

200-600

L

24-30

0-590-41886-6

$5.99

An illustrated bilingual nursery rhyme and music book of popular selections from the Hispanic collection.

Everybody Cooks Rice

Dooley

Activities, Skills, How-to

4-8

690

M

24-28

0-590-45597-4

$5.95

Carrie tastes her neighbors’ delicious meals— Haitian, Vietnamese, Indian and more—and finds they all cook rice!

Follow the Drinking Gourd

Winter

Historical Fiction

5-7

630

M

24-28

0-590-99496-4

$6.95

This simple folk song sung by slaves was really a map to freedom—the lyrics hid directions to the Underground Railroad!

Friedman

Realistic Fiction

4-8

450

M

24-28

0-395-44235-4

$5.95

An American sailor courts a young Japanese woman and each tries, in secret, to learn the other’s way of eating.

Ada

Realistic Fiction

4-7

600

J

18-20

0-590-27569-0

$3.50

Tour a neighborhood of colorful murals, music, savory smells, friends and family guided with pride by a young boy who calls it home.

Many Nations: An Alphabet of Native America

Bruchac

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

6-8

580

K

18-20

0-439-63590-X

$5.99

In an alphabetical format, the traditions, crafts, and ways of life of 22 surviving North American tribes are stunningly illustrated.

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters

Steptoe

Tales, Folktale, African

6-9

720

T

44-50

0-590-42058-5

$4.95

Mufaro’s daughters are tested unknowingly to reveal which one is worthy enough to marry the king.

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters

Steptoe

Audio CD

7-12

720

N

30

0-439-72271-3

$12.95

Mufaro’s daughters are tested unknowingly to reveal which one is worthy enough to marry the king.

One Leaf Rides the Wind: Counting in a Japanese Garden

Mannis

Counting and Number Book

4-9

200-600

K

18-20

0-439-79643-1

$4.95

Seamlessly integrating art, poetry, culture and numbers, this beautiful counting book-written in haiku!—introduces readers to the secrets of a Japanese garden.

Tikki Tikki Tembo

Mosel

Tales, Folktale

5-8

1090

10

30

0-590-41622-7

$5.95

A Chinese folktale about a boy named Chang and his brother who has problems with a very long rhyming name.

Whoever You Are

Staub

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-8

280

H

14

0-590-20027-5

$4.95

Children speak different languages and live in a variety of houses, but inside, they’re all the same! A vivid and unusually illustrated book with a resounding message.

Humor, Silliness

5-8

970

L

24-28

0-590-42144-1

$5.95

Alexander wakes up with gum in his hair…and from there, the day only gets worse. Comical illustrations perfectly capture kids’ emotions!

How My Parents Learned to Eat

In the Barrio

1.D. My Body and Health Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Viorst

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 5–7

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Viorst

DVD

5-8

970

L

24-28

0-806-83838-8

$49.95

Alexander wakes up with gum in his hair…and from there, the day only gets worse. Comical illustrations perfectly capture kids’ emotions!

Arthur’s Eyes: Arthur ® Books

Brown

Humor

5-8

260

K

18-20

0-590-13487-6

$5.95

Arthur the Aardvark’s trials and tribulations about challenges such as siblings, illness and school strike “just the right note—positive and believable.”

A Bad Case of Stripes

Shannon

Humor

7-9

540

P

34-38

0-439-07955-1

$5.99

Camilla Cream is so concerned with opinions that she actually BECOMES whatever anyone calls her! “A good poke in the eye of conformity.”—Kirkus

The Busy Body Book

Rockwell

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

200-600

L

24-30

0-439-86784-3

$5.95

Well-diagrammed illustrations of the bones, muscles, and more help children understand their bodies, while emphasizing the benefits of exercise.

Germs! Germs! Germs! Hello Reader!® Science Level 3

Katz

Science, Non-Fiction

6-8

170

L

24-28

0-590-67295-9

$3.99

Germs tell their side of the story in this unusual book from the Beginning Reader Science series.

I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato

Child

Humor

5-7

370

L

24-30

0-439-30547-0

$4.95

When Charlie has to feed his fussy sister, she refuses everything that’s offered—until he creates fantastic new names for all of her hated foods!

Make Way for Tooth Decay: Scholastic Reader!® Science Level 1

Katz

Science, Non-Fiction

3-6

210

J

18-20

0-590-52290-6

$3.99

In this witty, easy-to-read story, children learn what bacteria is, how it causes tooth decay, and how they can fight against it.

Your Body: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

4-6

280

F

10

0-439-77363-6

$3.50

Explore the human body with this popular science author!

Your Bones: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

300

G

12

0-439-77373-3

$3.50

Explore the human body with this popular science author!

Your Brain: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

300

G

12

0-439-77370-9

$3.50

Explore the human brain with this popular science author!

Your Heart: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

260

F

10

0-439-77369-5

$3.50

Explore the human body with this popular science author!

Your Muscles: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

260

F

10

0-439-77371-7

$3.50

Explore the human body with this popular science author!

Your Skin: Scholastic Timeto-Discover Reader

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

320

G

12

0-439-77372-5

$3.50

Explore the human body with this popular science author!

QTY

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

2

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Where we are in place and time: An exploration of our orientation in place and time; of our personal histories; of history and geography from local and global perspectives; of our homes and journeys; of the discoveries, explorations, and migrations of mankind; of the contributions of individuals and civilizations. Daily life in other times and places.

2.A. Travel: Exploration, Colonization, Immigration Follow the Drinking Gourd

Winter

Historical Fiction

5-7

630

M

24-28

0-590-99496-4

$6.95

This simple folk song sung by slaves was really a map to freedom—the lyrics hid directions to the Underground Railroad!

I Hate English!

Levine

Realistic Fiction

6-9

390

L

24-28

0-590-42304-5

$5.99

“With unusual sympathy and humor, Levine presents the stages of learning the language of a new country. Right on target and sure to be useful.

Me on the Map

Sweeney

Geography

5-8

280

J

18-20

0-590-10705-4

$5.95

In a playful introduction to maps and geography, a girl shows her location on a map of her room, of her house, and so on, til she shows a map of the world.

Hurwitz

Realistic Fiction

$4.95

A South American girl finds unusual ways to use her new red shoes until she’s big enough to wear them. “Perfectly captures the difficulty of waiting.”—Horn Book

New Shoes for Silvia

4-8

640

L

24-28

0-590-48749-3

Molly’s Pilgrim

Cohen

DVD

5-UP

450

M

24-28

0-791-93355-5

$69.99

Examines the plight of a young Russian Jewish emigrant who has come to the United States to escape religious persecution. Thanksgiving, growing up, and religious tolerance.

Pioneers: World Discovery History Reader

Oney

American History

7-9

1020

T

44-50

0-439-66557-4

$3.99

In these history readers, students get to know the inspirational stories of the Americans that formed the U.S.A. Includes maps, glossaries, and index.

The Josefina Story Quilt

Coerr

Historical Fiction

5-8

420

L

24-28

0-064-44129-6

$3.99

The touching story of a little girl, her pet hen, and the wagon train that carries them West.

Grandfather’s Journey

Say

DVD

5-10

650

N

30

0-545-10640-0

$59.95

A Japanese-American man recounts his grandfather’s journey to America, which he later undertakes himself, and the feelings of being torn by a love for two different countries.

Grandfather’s Journey

Say

Hardcover Book and CD

5-10

650

N

30

0-545-10696-6

$29.95

A Japanese-American man recounts his grandfather’s journey to America, which he later undertakes himself, and the feelings of being torn by a love for two different countries.

Grandfather’s Journey

Say

Paperback Book and CD

5-10

650

N

30

0-545-12708-4

$18.95

A Japanese-American man recounts his grandfather’s journey to America, which he later undertakes himself, and the feelings of being torn by a love for two different countries.

Bruchac

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-9

610

P

34-38

0-439-25394-2

$4.95

In 1838, settlers moving West forced the great Cherokee Nation to leave their homeland and travel 1,200 miles to Oklahoma. An epic story of friendship, war, hope, and betrayal.

$4.95

Whenever Alexander feels angry or sad he dreams of moving to Australia. But when his parents suddenly announce that they’re moving a thousand miles away, Alexander decides that he’s not going!

The Trail of Tears

2.B. Personal Travel: Taking a Trip, Moving Alexander, Who’s Not (Do You Hear Me? I Mean It!) Going to Move

Viorst

Humor, Silliness

5-8

730

M

24-28

0-590-89982-1

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 5–7

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Hoffman

Realistic Fiction

6-9

650

M

24-28

0-590-73791-0

$4.95

In this sequel to Amazing Grace, an irrepressible young girl goes to Africa to meet her father’s new family.

Flat Stanley

Brown

Humor, Silliness

6-9

640

M

24-28

0-439-58863-4

$3.95

The exciting adventures of Stanley Lambchop, who finds opportunity in the fact that he’s suddenly just a half an inch thick!

Just Us Women

Caines

Realistic Fiction

4-8

610

J

18-20

0-590-44676-2

$4.95

The warm, cheerful story of a young black girl planning a trip with her favorite aunt.

Miss Rumphius

Cooney

Realistic Fiction

4-8

680

M

24-28

0-590-29972-7

$4.95

A spirited little girl grows up determined to find a way to make the world more beautiful. By Caldecott Medal-winning artist.

Miss Rumphius

Cooney

Hardcover Book and CD

5-10

680

M

24-

1-555-92126-4

$29.95

A spirited little girl grows up determined to find a way to make the world more beautiful. By Caldecott Medal-winning artist.

Miss Rumphius

Cooney

Paperback Book and CD

4-8

680

M

24-

0-78820-327-4

$18.95

A spirited little girl grows up determined to find a way to make the world more beautiful. By Caldecott Medal-winning artist.

Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon

Lovell

Humor

4-7

560

L

24-28

0-439-43452-1

$4.95

When the class bully makes fun of her, Molly remembers what her grandmother told her– stand tall, and believe in yourself!

Ringgold

Fantasy

6-9

790

P

34-38

0-590-46381-0

$5.95

A young girl flies above her apartment building rooftop, which is her “tar beach,” and looks down on her neighborhood.

Maccarone

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-6

160

G

12

0-439-06755-3

$3.99

Simple words and short sentences make these lively books perfect for the newest readers.

0-439-24125-1

$3.95

What was it like to wear armor? What was the food like in castles? This book explores what life was really like in medieval times.

TITLE

Boundless Grace

Tar Beach The Class Trip: First Grade Friends: Hello Reader!® Level 1

QTY

2.C. Ancient Civilizations: Egypt, Greek, Aztec, China, etc. Knights and Castles: The Magic Tree House Mummies and Pyramids: The Magic Tree House

Osborne

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

Osborne

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

7-10

690

650

M

M

24-28

24-28

0-439-31860-2

$4.95

In these Nonfiction companion guides to the best-selling Magic Tree House books, Jack and Annie help students research the real-life subjects from their stories.

2.D. Animals of Other Times and Places: Dinosaurs The Magic Tree House: #7 Sunset of the Sabertooth

Osborne

Fantasy

7-9

350

M

24-28

0-590-98824-7

$3.95

These early chapter books make history fun, as two children are vividly transported back in time.

A Dinosaur Named Sue: The Find of the Century: Scholastic Reader Science Level 4

Robinson

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

690

P

34-38

0-439-09983-8

$3.99

The discovery of a nearly complete T. rex by an observant woman walking her dog on a late summer day in 1990 was the fossil find of a lifetime.

Dinosaurs Galore

Andreae

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

200-600

N

28-30

0-439-79970-8

$5.95

Was that a roar in the distance? This funny, rhythmic and fact-filled picture book about the great dinosaurs uses shapes and colors to engage young readers.

Mammals of Long Ago: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science – Animals

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

H

14

0-516-27090-7

$4.95

A brief introduction to extinct mammals that lived from the time of the dinosaurs to the late Ice Age.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

3

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

How we express ourselves: An exploration of the ways in which we discover and express our nature, ideas, feelings, beliefs, and values through language and the arts.

3.A. Fairy Tales and Other Stories Anansi the Spider

McDermott

Hardcover Book and CD

4-8

290

I

16

1-555-92121-3

$29.95

Anansi, one of the great folk heroes of the world, is saved from a terrible fate by his six sons in this traditional tale from West Africa.

Anansi the Spider

McDermott

Paperback Book and CD

4-8

290

I

16

1-555-92102-7

$29.95

Anansi, one of the great folk heroes of the world, is saved from a terrible fate by his six sons in this traditional tale from West Africa.

Mendez

Realistic Fiction

7-10

550

M

24-28

0-590-44873-0

$5.99

A disillusioned black boy discovers the magnificence of his culture and his own selfworth with the help of a magical snowman.

The Bremen-town Musicians

Gross

Folk Tale

4-7

200

K

18-20

0-590-42364-9

$3.99

Four animal friends encounter some cowardly robbers on the way to Bremen-town in this easy-to-read folktale.

Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain

Aardema

Tales, Folktale, African

4-7

200-600

J

18-20

0-590-42870-5

$5.95

A rhyming African folktale about how Ki-pat brings rain to the Kapiti Plain.

Andersen

Fables, Folk Tales and Myths

7-9

780

O

34-38

0-439-64424-0

$4.95

In this fanciful and funny tale that children have loved for centuries, the Emperor, his court, and clothes—or lack of them—are the target of two clever thieves, who have flattered their way into a hilarious situation!

Leola and the Honeybears, An African-American Retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Rosales

Tales, Folktale

6-8

800

O

34-38

0-590-38369-8

$6.95

With a large helping of rural southern flavor, a classic nursery tale becomes a thrilling new adventure.

Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China

Young

Folk Tale

6-9

670

S

44-50

0-590-44069-1

$5.95

An award-winning interpretation of the Red Riding Hood story.

Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China

Young

DVD

4-8

670

N

30

0-439-87371-1

$59.95

An award-winning interpretation of the Red Riding Hood story.

Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China

Young

Hardcover Book and CD

4-8

670

N

30

0-439-87367-3

$29.95

An award-winning interpretation of the Red Riding Hood story.

Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China

Young

Paperback Book and CD

4-8

670

N

30

0-439-87366-5

$18.95

An award-winning interpretation of the Red Riding Hood story.

Littledale

Folk Tale

5-8

320

L

24-28

0-590-41100-4

$3.99

This easy-to-read retelling of the popular Grimm fairy tale, “The Fisherman and His Wife,” retains the full folk flavor of the original.

The Black Snowman

Emperor’s New Clothes

The Magic Fish

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

TITLE

GENRE

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Palatini

Tales, Fairytale, Fractured, Modern

0-439-71124-X

$4.95

Stanley Snoutowski has always been a precocious piggie–and Mary has always encouraged her. In the barn and even at school, Stanley shows star quality.

6-9

660

L

24-28

Lobel

Folk Tale

5-9

600

J

18-20

0-590-48110-X

$5.95

Arnold Lobel provides a unique view on problem solving, while the softly colored pictures illustrate aspects of Asian culture.

Señor Cat’s Romance: and Other Favorite Stories from Latin America

González

Tales, Folktale

7-9

540

L

24-28

0-439-27863-5

$5.99

Six Latin American folktales are retold here by a master storyteller. These well-loved stories are illustrated with breathtaking artwork.

Strega Nona

dePaola

Tales, Folktale

7-9

800

M

24-28

0-590-37038-3

$5.95

When Strega Nona goes to visit a friend, Big Anthony makes pasta enough to feed the whole town.

The Bremen-town Musicians

Gross

Tales, Folktale

4-7

200

K

18-20

0-590-42364-9

$3.99

Four animal friends encounter some cowardly robbers on the way to Bremen-town in this easy-to-read folktale.

The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses

Goble

Tales, Legends and Myths

5-8

670

M

24-28

0-590-46514-7

$5.95

The story of a Native American girl who feels close bond with the wild horses that she eventually becomes one of them.

The Princess Knight

Funke

Comedy and Humor

5-7

890

N

30

0-439-67852-8

$5.95

Princess Violet is as brave and strong as her brothers, but her father insists that she get married, and her brothers only mock her.

The Three Bears

Galdone

Folk Tale

3-6

610

K

18-20

0-590-61971-3

$5.95

In this irresistible children’s classic, Galdone gives a new generation of readers a large scale, entertaining look at Little Wee Bear!

The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig

Trivizas

Tales, Fractured, Modern

4-8

700

M

24-28

0-590-48622-5

$4.95

Cleverly illustrated parody of the famous tale features a pig who is determined to make life miserable for three young wolves.

The Ugly Duckling

Andersen

Tales, Folktale

5-9

650

J

18-20

0-439-18691-9

$5.95

An ugly duckling is teased by his family and friends, but then there is a marvelous surprise for the duckling.

The Velveteen Rabbit

Williams

Classics

5-8

820

Q

40

0-590-42805-5

$3.99

The Velveteen Rabbit, a stuffed toy, waits in the nursery for a child to call its own.

Brownrigg

Realistic Fiction

4-7

440

I

16

0-590-43904-9

$3.99

Two little girls attend ballet class and eat strawberry ice cream afterwards.

Amazing Grace

Hoffman

Realistic Fiction

6-9

680

L

24-28

0-590-46009-9

$4.95

Grace yearns to be the lead in the class production of Peter Pan, and learns she can be anything she wants to be!

Ben’s Trumpet

Isadora

Picture Book

5-8

530

L

24-28

0-590-42241-3

$4.95

Original jazz music underscores the narration of this Caldecott Honor Book about a young boy growing up in the 1920’s.

Cherries and Cherry Pits

Williams

Realistic Fiction

5-8

610

M

24-28

0-590-41238-8

$5.95

Bidemmi is a young artist. And as she draws, she tells the story of what she is drawing. This is her touching story.

Mary Had a Little Ham Ming Lo Moves the Mountain

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

AUTHOR

GRL

DRA

ISBN

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

QTY

3.B. Painting and the Arts All Tutus Should Be Pink: Hello Reader!® Level 2

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

AGES 5–7

GENRE

Diego

Winter

Biography, Art or Music

5-9

420

M

24-28

0-590-47138-4

$5.95

This bilingual book, in English and Spanish, simply and effectively portrays the life of Diego Rivera from young child to accomplished artist.

Grandma Moses

Wallner

Arts

5-9

870

S

44-50

0-439-71509-1

$4.95

Anna Mary Robertson–known as Grandma Moses–spent a lifetime farming and raising children.

Katie Meets the Impressionists

Mayhew

Adventure

5-9

200-600

L

24-30

0-439-93508-3

$5.99

During a visit to an art museum, Katie “climbs into” five Impressionist masterpieces and has wonderful adventures.

My Book by Me: Rookie Reader ® – Level C

Rau

Beginning Reader

6-7

200-600

H

14

0-516-27082-6

$4.95

A child describes the pleasures and freedom of writing one’s own book and then reading it as well.

My Mama Had a Dancing Heart

Gray

Poetry

4-9

1010

O

34-38

0-531-07142-1

$6.99

This award-winning lyrical tale by Libba Moore Gray recounts the memories of a ballet dancer who sings the praises of her mama.

The Art Lesson

dePaola

Humor

5-8

650

M

24-28

0-590-36795-1

$5.95

Tommy learns to express his own individuality and listen to his creative impulses to make his art project.

The Art Teacher from the Black Lagoon

Thaler

Humor, Silliness

6-9

430

L

24-28

0-439-42925-0

$3.50

A student is unsure about his new art teacher after hearing rumors about her. He is surprised on his first day of art class.

The Bat Boy and His Violin

Curtis

Historical Fiction

7-9

700

R

40

0-439-21679-6

$4.95

Reginald loves playing his violin. But Papa, manager of the Dukes, the worst team in the Negro National League, needs a bat boy, not a fiddler.

Musgrove

Tales, Legends and Myths

6-9

620

O

34-38

0-590-98794-1

$5.95

Two weavers discover a beautiful spider web in the jungle. Inspired by the web’s design, the men create complex patterns of their own.

The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente Cloth

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

AUTHOR

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

3.C. Colors and Our Five Senses A Color of His Own

Lionni

Fiction

3-6

640

I

16

0-590-48279-3

$5.95

Four-time Caldecott-winning artist Lionni treats readers to another special story about individuality, friendship, and colors!

Hearing: Rookie Read-About ® Science

Gordon

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

350

G

12

0-516-24512-0

$5.95

This book teaches young readers about the sense of hearing.

Icky Bug Colors: Icky Bug

Pallotta

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

460

K

18-20

0-439-38917-8

$5.99

All the bright colors kids love are featured in this young picture book. While this book’s stars may not be the cuddliest around, their gorgeous, intricate designs are sure to amaze and intrigue young readers.

Little Blue and Little Yellow

Lionni

Picture Book

4-7

210

J

18-20

0-590-47942-3

$5.95

Little Blue and Little Yellow hug each other and turn green with happiness in this delightful picture book that explores friendship as well as the concept of color mixing.

Seeing: Rookie Read-About ® Science

Gordon

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

360

H

14

0-516-24511-2

$5.95

Explore our sense of sight with Rookie ReadAbout Health series. (Includes simple scientific explanations, and diagrams.)

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 5–7

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

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DESCRIPTION

$3.95

The Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie back to the eve of the first Thanksgiving. There they meet the Pilgrims as well as Squanto, a Native American who helped them.

QTY

3.D. Holidays, Celebrations, and Cultural Festivals Around the World #27 Thanksgiving on Thursday: The Magic Tree House

Osborne

Fantasy

Chinese New Year: Rookie ReadAbout ® Holidays

Marx

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

400

H

14

0-516-27375-2

$5.95

From giving gifts of oranges and tangerines to amazing dragon costumes to festive firecrackers, experience the joy of a timehonored tradition.

Cinco de Mayo: Rookie ReadAbout ® Holidays

Wade

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

260

H

14

0-516-27489-9

$5.95

May 5th is fiesta time to commemorate a battle for freedom won in Mexico a long time ago.

Gardeski

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

530

J

18-

0-531-11835-5

$5.95

What happens on the Hindu New Year? Read more about this holiday and its traditions in this book.

El Dia de los Muertos: Rookie Read-About ® Holidays

Wade

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

320

H

14

0-516-27354-X

$5.95

El Dia de los Muertos is based on ancient Aztec belief, of the spirits of those who have died.

Passover: Rookie Read-About ® Holidays

Marx

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

440

H

14

0-516-27178-4

$5.95

Passover is a holiday celebrated by people of the Jewish religion. Read more about this holiday and its traditions in this book

Ramadan: Rookie Read-About ® Holidays

Marx

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

350

H

14

0-516-27377-9

$5.95

Focus is given to the many Ramadan traditions such as fasting, feasting, spending time with friends and family.

Diwali: Rookie Read-About ® Holidays

7-9

340

M

24-28

0-439-54013-5

The Seven Days of Kwanzaa

Cooper

Informational

4-8

650

N

30

0-439-56746-7

$4.99

An African American family celebrates the culture, heritage, and tradition of Kwanzaa through this creative variation on a familiar holiday song.

St. Patrick’s Day: Rookie ReadAbout ® Holidays

Bredeson

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

G

24-30

0-516-27921-1

$5.95

Leaping leprechauns! March 17th is a day for wearing lots of green to celebrate the rich traditions of Ireland.

Too Many Tamales

Soto

Realistic Fiction

4-8

670

M

24-28

0590226509

$4.95

While making her family’s Christmas Eve tamales, Maria tries on her mother’s diamond ring—and now it’s gone!

4

How the world works: An exploration of the physical and material world; of natural and human-made phenomena; of the world of science and technology

4.A. Inventions and Machines Under the Ground: Machines at Work

Pluckrose

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

450

L

24

0531153568

$6.95

Each book in this series is full of photographs showing machines at work in different places. An illustrated glossary provides a useful first reference tool to the machines featured in the book.

$6.95

On a warm spring evening, a mealworm beetle spots a pile of grain in the corner of a shed. Learn more about the life cycle of these critters.

4.B. Life Cycles of Plants and Animals A Mealworm’s Life: Nature Upclose

Himmelman

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

200-600

H

14

0-516-27286-1

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

AUTHOR

GENRE

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

A Mouse’s Life: Nature Upclose

Himmelman

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

200-600

H

14

0-516-27287-X

$6.95

On a warm summer morning, a female white-footed mouse gives birth to three tiny babies. Learn more about the life cycle of these critters.

A Wood Frog’s Life: Nature Upclose

Himmelman

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

200-600

I

16

0-516-26403-6

$6.95

Illustrations and simple text describe the daily activities and life cycle of a wood frog.

Bread Comes to Life

Levenson

DVD

4-8

280

F

28

1-879-36805-6

$99.55

From the sowing of the seeds to the shaping and baking of the bread dough, Lily Tomlin beautifully narrates each step of bringing bread to life.

Clara Caterpillar

Edwards

Picture Book

4-7

660

L

24-28

0-439-40016-3

$5.95

Clara Caterpillar is dismayed when she becomes a plain-colored butterfly, but her bravery soon sets her apart.

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

550

G

12

0-516-44925-7

$4.95

Explains basic likenesses and differences between frogs and toads.

From Caterpillar to Butterfly: Life Cycles

Legg

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

430

L

28

0-531-15332-0

$6.95

This colorful picture book in the life cycles series describes the birth, growth, and life journey of the butterfly.

From Egg to Chicken: Life Cycles

Legg

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

500

L

24-

0-531-15333-9

$6.95

This colorful picture book in the life cycles series describes the birth, growth, and life of the chicken.

From Seed to Sunflower: Life Cycles

Legg

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

450

L

20

0-531-15334-7

$6.95

This colorful picture book in the life cycles series describes the birth, growth, and life of the sunflower.

From Tadpole to Frog: Life Cycles

Legg

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

460

L

24-

0-531-15335-5

$6.95

This colorful picture book in the life cycles series describes the birth, growth, and life journey of the frog.

Grrr!: A Book about Big Cats: Wild About Animal

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

560

L

28

0-439-80182-6

$3.95

Learn all about big cats—lions, tigers, leopards, cheetahs,and jaguars—in this Hello Reader! Science book.

Howl!: A Book about Wolves: Wild About Animal

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

6-8

330

M

28

0-439-80180-X

$3.95

Children will learn about where wolves live, what they hunt, how they communicate, how they survive, and much more!

Patty’s Pumpkin Patch

Sloat

Picture Book

4-7

200-600

J

18-20

0-439-21131-X

$4.95

Kids learn the growth cycle of a pumpkin garden, with a different, alphabetical garden visitor on every page.

One Tiny Turtle

Davies

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

650

N

30

0-439-42983-8

$4.95

A dramatic, lyrical, and beautifully illustrated account of the life cycle of the loggerhead turtle.

The Life and Times of the Ant

Micucci

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

960

S

44-50

0-439-65719-9

$4.95

Not mighty in size, but mighty in resourcefulness and industry, the ant has crawled the earth since prehistoric times.

Carle

Informational

4-8

400

L

24-28

0-590-42566-8

$6.95

Carried from its flower home by the autumn wind, a tiny seed travels around the world.

Jenkins

Picture Book

5-7

570

M

24-28

0-439-18806-7

$4.95

The highly unusual method of the emperor penguin’s hatching of an egg is shown here with humor and great visuals.

Frogs and Toads and Tadpoles, Too: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science – Animals

The Tiny Seed

The Emperor’s Egg

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

5-7

240

J

18-20

0-439-71120-7

$3.95

In simple concepts and pictures, readers are introduced to clouds.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

4.C. Weather and the Seasons Bauer

Science, Non-Fiction

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Barrett

Humor, Silliness

5-9

730

M

24-28

0-590-30384-8

$4.95

In the town of Chewandswallow, it rained orange juice for breakfast and hamburgers for lunch. But a storm of maple syrup sets off a sticky situation!

Come On, Rain!

Hesse

Picture Book

4-6

780

P

34-38

0-590-33126-4

$4.95

It captures the magnificence of a sudden rainstorm on a sweltering hot day, and the power of nature to transform and invigorate.

dePaola

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

680

N

30

0-590-08531-X

$4.95

A lively introduction to the fun and interesting facts about clouds–from identifying the different types of clouds to finding out cloud legends!

Brett

Picture Book

5-7

440

J

18-20

0-590-12057-3

$5.95

In a companion book to Brett’s The Mitten, a hedgehog sticks his nose into a sock and finds himself a hat he can’t get rid of.

Roydhouse

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

570

N

30

0-439-80792-1

$3.99

Fly into the eye of the storm with hurricanehunting pilots who provide warnings and send valuable scientific information about these perilous storms.

The Jacket I Wear in the Snow

Neitzel

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-7

200-600

K

18-20

0-590-43945-6

$5.95

Charming illustrations turn this cumulative poem into a rollicking rebus.

Thunder Cake

Polacco

Realistic Fiction

6-9

630

M

24-28

0-590-45426-9

$5.95

While gathering the ingredients for her grandmother’s “thunder cake” (the recipe is included), a young girl begins to overcome her fear of storms.

Watery Worlds

Howie

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

590

M

24-28

0-439-80798-0

$3.99

Three-fourths of the Earth’s surface is covered by water oceans, rivers, wetlands etc. Learn how people, plants, and animals adapt to life in or near water.

Weather Words and What They Mean

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

450

R

40

0-590-44408-5

$4.95

Attractive illustrations, simple text, and intriguing weather facts make this explanation of weather-related phenomena fun, informative reading for young children.

Cash

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-7

510

NR

24-30

0-439-75834-3

$5.95

Delightful rhyming verse follows a child through the seasons, as the text asks and answers thoughtful questions children have about the weather and the seasons.

Rogers

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

4-8

470

H

14

0-590-45013-1

$4.95

This simple book takes readers all over the world, to show how animals are perfectly adapted to their climates.

Lillie

Big Book & Guide

4-6

210

K

26

0-590-62316-8

$24.95

Children learn about months and seasons in this beautifully illustrated book in which something memorable from each month is added

Clouds

The Cloud Book

The Hat

Hurricane!

What Makes the Seasons?

What Will the Weather Be Like Today? When This Box Is Full

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

4.D. The Solar System and Space Travel A Book About Planets and Stars

Reigot

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

760

R

40

0590405934

$4.99

An easy-to-read, up-to-date book about planets and stars, complete with full-color NASA photographs.

A Day in Space

Epstein

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

480

L

24-28

0-590-41099-7

$3.95

It takes children aboard the Space Shuttle with full-color photographs, an interview with an astronaut, and lots of facts to fuel their space travel fantasies.

Hort

Picture Book

5-8

500

L

24-28

0-590-13505-8

$5.95

A little boy can’t sleep while his Mama is away, so he joins his Daddy for an unforgettable, allnight journey of discovery.

How Many Stars in the Sky?

If You Decide to Go to the Moon

McNulty

Science, Non-Fiction

5-9

690

N

30

0-439-93270-X

$6.95

“If you decide to go to the moon,” writes Faith McNulty, “read this book first. It will tell you how to get there and what to do after you land. The most important part tells you how to get home.

Living on a Space Shuttle: Rookie Read-About ® Space

Bredeson

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

440

I

16

0-516-26955-0

$4.95

Provides a simple description of how astronauts aboard a space shuttle perform everyday activities such as eating, drinking, and sleeping.

Sun, Moon and Stars: Usborne Beginners

Turnbull

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

660

M

24-28

0-439-69675-5

$4.95

Budding scientists discover what the sun is made of, how astronauts got to the moon, and what causes an eclipse. Striking color photographs accompany a straight-forward fact-filled text.

The Sun’s Family of Planets: Rookie Read-About ® Space

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

470

L

24-28

0-516-24145-1

$4.95

Provides brief information about each of the nine planets that makes up our solar system.

4.E. The Physical World: Water, Light, Air, etc. All About Light: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science

Trumbauer

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

300

H

14

0-516-25842-7

$4.95

Where does light come from? How does it travel? Light up children’s interest in physical science with this beginner’s look at a popular science subject.

All About Sound: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science

Trumbauer

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

260

H

14

0-516-25847-8

$4.95

The science of sound is a snap for youngest readers to understand.

Sound, Heat & Light: Energy at Work

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

360

L

24-28

0-590-46103-6

$4.50

Amusing illustrations help show the many ways in which sound, heat, and light work to help us in our daily lives.

4.F. Buildings and Architecture Bridges are to Cross

Sturges

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

820

O

34-38

0-439-13396-3

$3.95

Illustrated in three dimensions through a combination of drawing, painting, and paper cutting, this book of bridges from around the world.

How a House is Built

Gibbons

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-8

570

M

24-28

0-590-44940-0

$4.95

This step-by-step guide to the construction of a house is full of interesting details, yet easy for young children to read.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

TITLE

This Is My House

5

AUTHOR

GENRE

Dorros

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

550

6-9

L

DRA

24-28

ISBN

0-590-45303-3

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

$4.99

While learning how to say “this is my house” in 13 different languages, readers examine the similarity and diversity in housing structures around the world.

QTY

How we organize ourselves: An exploration of systems and communities; of the world of work, its nature and its value.

5.A. Work and Jobs, Including Community Helpers At the Firehouse

Rockwell

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-7

770

L

24-28

0-439-69207-5

$5.95

Jason loves fire engines and firefighters, and on Visitors’ Day at the local firehouse, Captain Jack provides the perfect tour.

The Car Washing Street

Patrick

Picture Book

4-8

580

L

24-30

0-590-54349-0

$5.95

An urban story of a neighborhood at work, where friends wash their cars together on a very hot day.

Exploring Parks with Ranger Dockett: Our Neighborhood

Flanagan

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

5-7

640

K

18-20

0-516-26248-3

$6.95

Follows an urban park ranger as he tends to the ponds, fountains, plants, and animals in his care and teaches people about the parks that form an exciting outdoor classroom.

Mitten

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

5-9

740

L

24-28

0-439-35096-4

$3.50

Everything children want to know about firefighters—their history, equipment, lifestyle, and responsibilities—is explored, with simple text and crisp photographs.

Firefighters A to Z

Demarest

Alphabet Book

4-8

310

F

10

0-439-28716-2

$5.95

This A-Z of a firefighter’s typical day educates young children about the ins and outs of being a firefighter, discussing fire safety and even the logistics of fighting a fire.

Shop Talk: Just For You! Level 3

Ford

Realistic Fiction

6-8

530

L

24-28

0-439-56873-0

$3.99

What else can you get in a barbershop besides a haircut? Find out why the boy in this story really enjoys going to The Shop.

The Paperboy

Pilkey

Realistic Fiction

4-7

530

J

18-20

0-531-07139-1

$6.99

The timeless story of a paperboy and his dog, who follow their route every Saturday morning.

Firefighters

5.B. Modes and Systems of Transportation Cross a Bridge

Hunter

Picture Book

4-7

550

K

18-20

0-439-10835-7

$4.95

It explains what bridges old and new are made of, how they first came to be of use, all the different types of bridges there are and the distances they cross.

On the Go

Morris

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

4-8

480

G

12

0-590-45995-3

$4.95

Striking photographs and simple text convey to young children the many ways people around the world travel from one place to another.

Baer

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-8

200-600

K

18-20

0-590-43162-5

$6.99

With fun-filled rhymes and lively, colorful pictures, kids learn how children around the world get to school.

This is the Way We Go to School: A Book About Children Around the World

5.C. How Communities and Cities Function, Including Government and Laws Let’s Read About... Ruby Bridges: Scholastic First Biographies

Bridges

Biography, Historical

4-7

420

H

14

0-439-51362-6

$3.99

Children will learn about Ruby Bridges, the first African-American student at an all-white elementary school.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 5–7

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

5.D. Special Communities: Farms, Factories, etc. Living in a Desert: Rookie ReadAbout ® Geography – Peoples and Places

Fowler

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

I

16

0-516-27049-4

$5.95

Learn how the desert affects the people who live there and more!

Living in a Rain Forest: Rookie Read-About ® Geography – Peoples and Places

Fowler

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

I

16

0-516-27050-8

$5.95

This book describes the ecology of the rain forest and the daily life, dwellings, and food habits of tribes living in the region.

Living on Farms: Rookie ReadAbout ® Geography – Peoples and Places

Fowler

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

H

14

0-516-27085-0

$5.95

Journey through the history of family farms, how they operate, what’s grown, and what’s raised.

The Car Washing Street

Patrick

Realistic Fiction

4-8

580

L

24-30

0-590-54349-0

$5.95

In this urban story of a neighborhood at work, friends on a city street are working together washing their cars on a hot day.

5.E. Animal Communities Ants, Bees, and Other Social Insects: World Discovery Science Reader

Hirschmann

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

750

M

24-28

0-439-56631-2

$3.99

Several types of insects live in large groups called colonies. In this book, read how each member of the colony works to help the whole group.

Armies of Ants: Hello Reader!® Level 4

Retan

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

630

M

24-28

0-590-47616-5

$3.99

A beautifully illustrated, fact-filled book about the amazing world of ants.

Bugs For Lunch

Facklam

Science, Non-Fiction

3-7

200-600

H

14

0-439-13851-5

$5.95

Children will enjoy learning about a variety of insectivorous (bug-eating) creatures through simple verse and beautiful watercolors.

Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus

Bash

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

980

L

24-28

0-590-45944-9

$4.95

The mighty saguaro cactus seems to stand alone in the desert, but it is actually home to a surprising number of animals and a food source for many desert dwellers.

Honey…Honey… Lion!

Brett

Traditional Tale

4-8

710

M

24-28

0-439-88720-8

$5.95

The honeyguide bird and the African honey badger work together as partners, but the team is tested when one becomes greedy.

Inside an Ant Colony: Rookie Read-About ® Science – Animals

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

5-7

550

J

18-20

0-516-24114-1

$4.95

Describes how these social insects live and work together in organized communities that are like bustling cities.

Life in a Pond: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science – Habitats and Ecosystems

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

660

G

12

0-516-20218-9

$4.95

Introduces the animal and plant life in and around ponds.

Night-time Animals

Royston

Science, Non-Fiction

5-9

200-600

J

18-20

0-439-87705-9

$4.95

This vividly illustrated picture book shines a light on the mysterious world of nocturnal creatures such as foxes, bats, owls and field mice.

The Eyes of Gray Wolf

London

Realistic Fiction

5-9

760

L

24-30

0-439-70114-7

$5.95

On a cold northern night, a restless and lonely gray wolf encounters an unknown wolf pack.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 5–7

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

DESCRIPTION

QTY

5.F. Shopping and Consumerism A Chair for My Mother

Williams

Realistic Fiction

6-8

640

M

24-28

0-590-33155-8

$4.95

Story of a family’s dream to save money to buy a beautiful chair after a fire destroys all their furniture.

A New Coat for Anna

Ziefert

Historical Fiction

5-8

690

M

24-28

0-590-41668-5

$5.95

Story of a loving mother’s dedication to acquire a new coat for her daughter in post-World War II hard times.

Jelly Beans for Sale

McMillan

Number, Counting Book

5-8

200-600

NR

24-30

0-590-86596-X

$5.95

Combining pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters to buy colorful jelly beans, children deliciously learn about how they are made.

The Big Buck Adventure

Gill

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-8

0

M

24-28

0-439-49150-9

$4.95

What can be bought with a buck? How about a hundred jawbreakers, or six night crawlers, or maybe a rat?

6

Sharing the planet: An exploration of our rights and responsibilities as we try to share a finite resources with other people, with other living things; of communities and of the relationships within and between them.

6.A. Caring for a Garden, Pet, etc. 10-Step Guide to Living with Your Monster

Numeroff

Humor, Silliness

4-7

450

F

10

0-439-59076-0

$5.95

A bright and funny “instructional guide” to caring for and domesticating your very own monster!

Apples to Oregon

Hopkinson

Tall Tale

4-8

840

M

24-28

0-439-80011-0

$5.95

When Papa decides to pull up roots and move from Iowa to Oregon, he can’t bear to leave his trees.

Bark, George

Feiffer

Comedy and Humor

3-7

130

L

24-30

0-439-21018-6

$4.95

Puppy George wants to meow and quack and oink — but he’s a dog! This story takes twists that children will relish.

Carlos and the Squash Plant

Stevens

Picture Book

5-9

850

K

18-20

0-590-92783-3

$5.95

In this bilingual read-aloud, Carlos doesn’t wash behind his ears, and now he’s got a squash plant growing from his head!

Dear Mrs. LaRue

Teague

Picture Book

5-8

500

L

24-28

0-439-56211-2

$5.95

Locked up at a Canine Academy, Ike tries everything to get sent home—weepy letters to his owner, even illness.

Don’t Take Your Snake for a Stroll

Ireland

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-8

200-600

L

24-30

0-439-74646-9

$4.95

Fanciful rhymes and hilarious illustrations make the simple point that animals should not be invited to people places.

Mr. Putter and Tabby Walk the Dog

Rylant

Realistic Fiction

5-7

560

K

18-20

0-590-25959-8

$4.95

The quirky, easy-to-read tale of Mr. Putter and Tabby as they care for a neighbor’s rambunctious bulldog.

My Pony

Jeffers

Picture Book

5-7

560

K

18-20

0-439-72989-0

$5.95

Jeffers tells the story of an imaginative girl who rides a pony through the clouds and the stars.

Nolen

Humor, Silliness

7-9

460

M

24-28

0-439-67953-2

$6.95

Third-grader Mortimer Henryson loves Plantzilla so much, he takes him home for summer vacation. Besides, what could go wrong with a plant?

Wallace

Informational Narrative

4-8

470

L

24-28

0-439-75455-0

$5.95

Grandpa sends Buddy Bear five colorful bags of seeds for planting, collecting, decorating, and bird-feeding.

Plantzilla

Seeds! Seeds! Seeds!

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 5–7

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

The Day Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash

Noble

Humor, Silliness

4-9

540

K

18-20

0-590-33672-X

$5.95

A visit to a farm ends in a wild free-for-all when Jimmy’s pet boa constrictor decides to mingle with barnyard society.

Whistle for Willie

Keats

Picture Book

5-8

410

L

24-28

0-439-11423-3

$4.95

Little Peter wants to learn to whistle for his dog Willie. He tries and tries to whistle but can’t get it right.

DESCRIPTION

6.B. Caring for the Environment and Managing Resources Are Trees Alive?

Miller

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

640

M

24-28

0-439-85194-7

$5.95

A conversation between mother and daughter leads to a remarkable discovery: trees are like children in so many ways!

Be a Friend to Trees

Lauber

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

500

M

24-28

0-439-32863-2

$3.95

Children will see and learn the many ways that trees are integral to our daily lives and the world around us.

Big Bugs

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

5-9

810

N

30

0-439-85183-1

$4.95

Courageous kids will find big insects, scorpions, and spiders featured in this photofilled informational book.

Chameleon!

Cowley

Science, Non-Fiction

5-9

180

K

18-20

0-439-78111-6

$4.95

Danger lurks everywhere as the ever chameleon braves strange-looking geckos and poisonous scorpions in search of a new home.

Bash

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

980

L

24-28

0-590-45944-9

$4.95

The mighty saguaro cactus is a home—and a food source—for a surprising number of animals!

Recycle Every Day!

Wallace

Environmental Fiction

6-8

600

N

30

0-439-63608-6

$6.95

Minna’s entire rabbit family spends the week practicing various kinds of recycling and suggesting ideas for her school poster.

Red-Eyed Tree Frog

Cowley

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

350

I

16

0-590-87176-5

$5.95

Join the adventure as one plucky red-eyed tree frog searches for something to eat, and avoids the many dangers of the rain forest.

Save the Rain Forests: Rookie Read-About ® Science – Habitats and Ecosystems

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

620

I

16

0-516-26084-7

$4.95

Learn about the different parts of rain forests, the animals and plants that live there, and why people are trying to save them.

Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus

6.C. Relationship of Humans and Plant/Animal Kingdom Annie and the Wild Animals

Brett

Realistic Fiction

4-7

490

K

18-20

0-590-13488-4

$5.95

The story of a little girl whose cat has run away, so she tries to make new friends.

A Symphony of Whales

Schuch

Historical Fiction

7-9

460

O

34-38

0-439-27619-5

$4.95

Glashka, the only one who can hear the voice of Narna the whale, discovers thousands of whales trapped in an inlet.

Davis

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

840

N

30

0-516-20370-3

$6.95

A city park is shown to be home to many different forms of animal life, from insects to birds and mammals.

McNulty

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

690

N

30

0-590-46401-9

$3.99

Readers take an underwater journey to visit a strange-looking species of mammal threatened with extinction.

City Park

Dancing with Manatees: Hello Reader!® Level 4

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

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GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Friendly Dolphins: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science – Animals

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

720

H

14

0-516-23865-5

$4.95

Briefly describes the physical characteristics and behavior of dolphins and several related marine mammals, killer whales and porpoises.

Going on a Whale Watch

McMillan

Science, Non-Fiction

4-8

210

N

30

0-590-45769-1

$19.95

Introduces readers to whales, offering text, bibliography, maps, diagrams, visual glossary, and dramatic photographs.

Going on a Whale Watch

McMillan

Big Book & Guide

4-8

210

N

30

0-590-57421-3

$24.95

Introduces readers to whales, offering text, bibliography, maps, diagrams, visual glossary, and dramatic photographs.

Hey, Little Ant

Hoose

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

5-8

200-600

M

24-28

0-439-09816-5

$4.95

Originally a song, this story tells of an ant who is about to be squished under a boy’s shoe.

Himmelman

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

530

K

18-20

0-590-42849-7

$4.99

A tale about a whale calf who gets tangled in a fishing net and is finally saved by caring people.

Polacco

Picture book

6-9

750

M

24-28

0-439-82320-X

$6.95

A young boy brings his trained duck to the grand hotel where he works with his father.

Patterson

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

610

M

24-28

0-590-44425-5

$5.99

The true story of a sign language-speaking gorilla and her friendship with a kitten.

Ibis: A True Whale Story John Philip Duck Koko’s Kitten

QTY

6.D. Natural Habitats and Ecosystems Animals in the Zoo: Rookie ReadAbout ® Science – Habitats and Ecosystems

Fowler

Science, Non-Fiction

6-7

200-600

I

16

0-516-27087-7

$4.95

Heading to or returning from the zoo, this is a great book for young animal lovers.

Coral Reef: Habitats

Davis

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

300-800

N

30

0-516-20375-4

$6.95

Text and photographs reveal the busy undersea life of a Caribbean Sea coral reef.

L’Hommedieu

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

300-800

N

30

0-516-20373-8

$6.95

Describes how tide pools are formed and some of the animals and plants that can be found in them.

Ocean Tide Pool: Habitats

6.E. Lives and Teachings of Inspirational Figures: Abraham Lincoln, MLK, Gandhi, etc. Helen Keller: Welcome Books™ – Real People

Walker

Biography

4-7

150

F

9-10

0-516-23588-5

$4.95

Deaf, blind, and irrepressible, Helen Keller’s biography is told in simple, clear text in this early biography.

I’ve Seen the Promised Land

Myers

Biography, Historical

6-10

1010

T

44-50

0-439-79958-9

$5.95

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is one of the most celebrated figures of the twentieth century.

Jackie Robinson: Welcome Books™ – Real People

Abraham

Emergent Reader

4-7

60

F

10

0-516-23605-9

$4.95

The first African-American to play major league baseball is the subject of this interesting and accessible biography.

Martin Luther King Jr. Welcome Books™ – Real People

Walker

Biography

5-7

450

F

10

0-516-24805-7

$4.95

Dr. King’s non-violent Civil Rights movement made him one of America’s most influential leaders.

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TITLE

1

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 7–11

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Who we are: An exploration of the nature of the self; of our beliefs and values, of personal, physical, mental, social, and spiritual health; of our families, friends, and communities; of our rights and responsibilities; of what it means to be human.

1.A. My Family and My Friends DiCamillo

Realistic Fiction

9-12

610

R

40

0-439-25051-X

$5.95

Opal spends her first summer in a new town with a sweet, stray dog, and a lot of difficult memories.

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

780

O

34-38

0-439-14802-2

$5.95

Big sister Beezus learns to appreciate her younger sibling- Ramona Quimby in this favorite book by a best-selling author.

Paterson

Realistic Fiction

10-12

810

T

44-50

0-590-13200-8

$5.95

Two lonely children bond and create a secret kingdom in the woods, until tragedy strikes.

The Chalkbox Kid

Bulla

Realistic Fiction

8-11

270

N

30-34

0-590-48523-7

$4.95

Gregory moves to a dismal neighborhood, when he discovers an abandoned chalk factory, and the artist inside him is born.

The Chalkbox Kid

Bulla

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-11

270

N

30-34

0-439-44752-6

$16.50

Gregory moves to a dismal neighborhood, when he discovers an abandoned chalk factory, and the artist inside him is born.

Chicken Sunday

Polacco

Realistic Fiction

7-9

650

N

30

0-590-46244-X

$6.95

A white girl and her two black “brothers” plan to raise money to buy the boys’ grandmother an Easter gift.

Circle of Gold

Boyd

Realistic Fiction

8-12

610

R

40

0-590-43266-4

$4.99

Young Mattie embarks on a plan to bring her family back together—and restore her mother’s hope—after her father’s death.

Cockroach Cooties

Yep

Realistic Fiction

9-12

440

Q

40

0-439-57756-X

$5.95

Teddy and Arnie aren’t close, but when a neighborhood bully sets his sites on one, the other is by his side.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

910

Q

40

0-590-68727-1

$5.95

Story of a young boy whose diary entries reveal the difficulties of home and of finding a place in the world.

Dear Mr. Henshaw

Cleary

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-12

910

Q

40

0-439-58332-2

$20.50

Story of a young boy whose diary entries reveal the difficulties of home and of finding a place in the world.

Dinner at Aunt Connie’s House

Ringgold

Historical Fiction

5-9

640

M

24-28

0-590-13713-1

$5.95

Two girls discover the painted portraits of great African-American women—and the paintings can talk, telling their inspiring life stories.

Donovan’s Word Jar

DeGross

Realistic Fiction

7-9

670

N

30-34

0-439-14867-7

$4.95

Donavan doesn’t collect baseball cards like other kids—he collects words for his word jar, which bring an unexpected delight.

Donovan’s Word Jar

DeGross

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

7-9

670

N

30

0-439-58327-6

$16.50

Donavan doesn’t collect baseball cards like other kids—he collects words for his word jar, which bring an unexpected delight.

Konigsburg

Mystery & Suspense

8-12

700

S

40-50

0-689-71181-6

$6.99

A tale of two young runaways who find themselves living in the Metropolitan Museum, deep in the heart of a mystery!

Cameron

Realistic Fiction

7-9

410

O

34-38

0-439-39687-5

$4.95

In six delightful, self-contained chapters, Gloria deals with frustrations over friends, school, and her career-oriented parents.

Because of Winn-Dixie Beezus and Ramona: Ramona Bridge to Terabithia

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Gloria’s Way

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Granny Torrelli Makes Soup

Creech

Realistic Fiction

9-12

810

S

44-50

0-439-64931-5

$5.95

Best friends Rosie and Bailey don’t always get along, but Granny Torrelli knows how to make things right again.

How Tia Lola Came to (Visit) Stay

Alvarez

Realistic Fiction

9-12

740

R

40

0-439-68989-9

$6.95

Miguel must move on when his parents divorce, but a visit from Tia Lola brings back spice to his life.

Soto

Fiction

8-11

730

L

24-28

0-545-01895-1

$5.95

Rigo, tired of a crowded house, realizes what really matters when his pride is nearly squelched by a neighborhood bully.

Ivy and Bean

Barrows

Realistic Fiction

7-9

510

M

24-28

0-545-00206-0

$4.95

It seemed unlikely that tomboy Bean and bookworm Ivy would bond, but when they team up for a prank, a friendship begins.

Justin and the Best Biscuits in the World

Walter

Realistic Fiction

8-11

620

P

34-38

0-590-46519-8

$3.95

An eccentric old cowboy teaches his lazy 10-year-old grandson how to do real “men’s work.”

Kid in the Red Jacket

Park

Humor

9-11

640

O

34-38

0-439-26473-1

$4.95

Howard is miserable in his new town. At first, neighbor Molly seems annoying, but soon they become a good team.

Mister and Me

Holt

Realistic Fiction

8-11

710

O

34-38

0-439-06392-2

$3.95

When Leroy Redfield starts taking her momma dancing, Jolene won’t call him anything but Mister.

Ramona Quimby, Age 8

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

860

O

34-38

0-439-14807-3

$5.95

The Newbery Honor-winning tale of Ramona as she copes with family, friends, school and the other trials of turning eight.

Ramona and Her Mother

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

860

O

34-38

0-439-14801-4

$5.95

Cleary shows us life through Ramona’s eyes and shows her young readers that they are not alone.

Ruby’s Wish

Bridges

Historical Fiction

6-9

600

N

30

0-439-69990-8

$6.95

Ruby is unlike most girls in old China. Instead of aspiring to get married, Ruby is determined to attend university.

Superfudge

Blume

Realistic Fiction

8-11

560

Q

40

0-439-55984-7

$5.95

The Hatchers are moving to Princeton. Will Peter survive a year away from Sheila and his favorite rock in Central Park?

The Bad Beginning: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Snicket

Humor, Silliness

9-12

1010

V

44-50

0-439-20647-2

$6.95

The beleaguered siblings encounter a greedy and repulsive villain, itchy clothing, disastrous fire, and a plot to steal their fortune.

Fraustino

Realistic Fiction

6-10

700

O

34-38

0-590-52252-3

$5.95

A unique, beautiful book about the relationship between a blind child and his loving grandmother.

The Hundred Penny Box

Mathis

Realistic Fiction

7-10

700

P

34-38

0-590-42238-3

$6.95

The heartwarming story of a young black boy and his great-great-grand aunt who is a hundred years old.

The Stories Julian Tells

Cameron

Short Stories

7-10

520

N

30

0-590-20363-0

$4.99

Julian has a big imagination and a talent for getting into trouble and good luck getting out of it.

The Stories Julian Tells

Cameron

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

7-10

520

N

30

0-439-44755-0

$20.50

Julian has a big imagination and a talent for getting into trouble and good luck getting out of it.

LaFaye

Historical Fiction

9-12

830

T

44-50

0-439-91342-X

$5.95

After breaking his leg, Nate cannot help with the farm, so his father adopts a boy to lighten the load.

TITLE

If the Shoe Fits

The Hickory Chair

Worth

QTY

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AUTHOR

GENRE

AGES 7–11

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

1.B. My Home and My School Class Clown

Hurwitz

Humor, Silliness

7-10

670

O

34-38

0-590-41821-1

$3.99

Lucas Cott, the class clown, decides to become the perfect student–but finds it hard to change his ways.

Freckle Juice

Blume

Realistic Fiction

7-9

370

M

24-28

0-440-42813-0

$4.99

Andrew Marcus wants freckles more than anything, but only Sharon knows the recipe, and it will cost him 50 cents!

Fourth Grade Rats

Spinelli

Realistic Fiction

8-12

340

Q

40

0-590-44244-9

$5.99

Suds is learning what it means to be a “fourth grade rat”—and bad behavior brings on a lot of self-reflection.

Nothing’s Fair in Fifth Grade

DeClements

Realistic Fiction

8-12

600

R

40

0-590-42316-9

$5.50

A group of 5th-graders must deal with an overweight classmate who steals everyone’s lunch money to buy candy for herself.

Ramona Quimby, Age 8

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

860

O

34-38

0-439-14807-3

$5.95

The Newbery Honor-winning tale of Ramona as she copes with family, friends, school and the other trials of turning eight.

Thank You, Mr. Falker

Polacco

Realistic Fiction

7-10

650

M

24-28

0-439-09836-X

$5.95

Little Trisha’s struggle with dyslexia is transformed when she meets a wonderful teacher. “A personal story with engaging results.”—SLJ

M.C. Higgins the Great

Hamilton

Historical Fiction

9-13

620

X

60

0-590-67297-5

$6.95

Though M.C.’s surroundings are dominated by dangerous strip mines, his mother’s singing fills his heart with the hope of better times.

Bulla

Realistic Fiction

7-9

300

M

24-28

0-439-21937-X

$4.95

Gregory and his friends help their neighbor, Uncle Pancho, save his house by painting a wonderful mural on its walls.

Pink and Say

Polacco

Historical Fiction

7-10

590

S

44-50

0-590-54210-9

$6.95

A heart-wrenching, true story of the valor of two teen boys, one white and one black, during the Civil War.

Pink and Say

Polacco

DVD

6-9

590

S

44-50

0-8045-8009-X

$50.00

A heart-wrenching, true story of the valor of two teen boys, one white and one black, during the Civil War.

The Broccoli Tapes

Slepian

Realistic Fiction

9-12

630

S

44-50

0-590-43473-X

$4.95

Sara discovers the value of love and friendship during her five-month stay in Hawaii.

The Chalk Box Kid

Bulla

Realistic Fiction

8-11

270

N

30-34

0-590-48523-7

$4.95

Gregory moves to a dismal neighborhood, when he discovers an abandoned chalk factory, and the artist inside him is born.

The Hundred Dresses

Estes

Fiction

7-10

870

O

34-38

0-590-40400-8

$5.95

The story of Polish immigrant Wanda’s attempts to fit in, and the difficult reflections of those who teased her.

There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom

Sachar

Realistic Fiction

8-10

490

Q

40

0-590-59089-8

$5.95

Bradley, the oldest kid in 5th grade, tells lies and picks fights. But his new counselor knows what he needs.

The Paint Brush Kid

1.C. My Country and Culture Chato’s Kitchen

Soto

Humor

6-9

740

Q

40

0-590-89748-9

$5.95

Chato the Cat craftily invites his neighbors, the Mice, over for dinner. But the mice brings a surprise guest–Chorizo, the Dog!

Elaine and the Flying Frog

Chang

Humor

7-10

540

M

34-38

0-590-46458-2

$3.95

Feeling out of place in Iowa, a ChineseAmerican girl is befriended by her frog-crazy science-project partner.

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PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Lord

Historical Fiction

8-12

730

S

44-50

0-439-07959-4

$5.95

Shirley Temple Wong, a young Chinese girl, immigrates to New York in 1947 and assimilates into a strange new culture.

Molly’s Pilgrim

Cohen

Realistic Fiction

6-10

450

M

24-28

0-439-14868-5

$3.95

Molly doesn’t have much to be thankful for as she is teased by classmates about her accent and unfamiliar ways.

Remembering My Roots and Living My Traditions

Latinas

Informational

7-10

1100

P

34-38

0-439-71827-9

$6.95

Twins Xiridiana and Pepito tell the story of their family trip to Mexico, where they learned about the Mexican traditions.

The Spirit of Tio Fernando / El espÌritu de tÌo Fernando: A Day of the Dead Story / Una historia del Dia de los Muertos

Levy

Realistic Fiction

7-11

600

P

38

0-590-87602-3

$5.95

The Mexican Day of the Dead is celebrated by a young boy remembering the things he liked about his uncle.

Uncle Jed’s Barbershop

Mitchell

Historical Fiction

6-10

710

P

34-38

0-590-22313-5

$6.95

After a lifetime of obstacles, including segregation and the Great Depression, Sarah Jean’s Uncle finally opens his own barber shop.

Water Buffalo Days: Growing Up in Vietnam

Nhuong

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-11

1120

P

34-38

0-064-46211-0

$4.99

In a beginning chapter book, the author remembers fondly his childhood days spent in the central highlands of Vietnam.

TITLE In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson

DESCRIPTION

QTY

1.D. My Body and Health Burp!: The Most Interesting Book You’ll Ever Read About Eating: Mysterious You

Swanson

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

1050

S

44-50

0-439-30470-9

$6.95

Kids will discover what causes those noisy stomach rumbles, how the body breaks down food, how sight and smell affect taste.

Muscles: Our Muscular System

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

1030

O

34-38

0-439-07807-5

$5.95

Award-winning author Simon continues his fantastic journey through the body. Here youngsters will learn about the different kinds of muscles.

The Giant Germ: The Magic School Bus ® Chapter Books

Capeci

Informational

7-9

660

P

34-38

0-439-20420-8

$4.99

When Keesha discovers mold on her sandwich, the class takes off on a tour of the mini microbe world.

The Magic School Bus ® Inside the Human Body: The Magic School Bus ®

Cole

Informational

6-9

520

P

34-38

0-590-41427-5

$6.99

When the Magic School Bus is swallowed by Arnold, the class takes off on a tour of his stomach.

The Search for the Missing Bones: The Magic School Bus ® Chapter Books

Moore

Informational

7-9

550

P

34-38

0-439-10799-7

$4.99

Mrs. Frizzle and her class visit the Hugh Mann Costume Company to learn all about skeletons.

You Can’t See Your Bones with Binoculars

Ziefert

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

920

P

34-38

0-439-79880-9

$5.95

Text and illustrations provide a guided tour of the human skeleton, encouraging readers to find and feel each bone.

You’re Tall in the Morning But Shorter at Night: And Other Amazing Facts About the Human Body: Speedy Facts

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

820

P

34-38

0-439-54978-7

$6.95

Learn fast, fascinating facts about the human body from these exceptionally popular nonfiction authors.

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AGES 7–11

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

Muslim Child: Understanding Islam Through Stories and Poems

Gallinger

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

560

R

40

0-439-46610-5

$5.95

Presenting aspects of the daily lives of Muslim youngsters, this book enables non-Muslim readers to understand the protagonists.

The Three Questions, Based on a Story by Leo Tolstoy

Muth

Tales

6-9

410

M

24-28

0-439-53763-0

$5.95

This picture book adaptation of a Tolstoy story follows Nikolai on his journey to learn how to do the right thing.

Kimmel

General Nonfiction

4-8

820L

R

40

0-439-07175-5

$18.95

In this fascinating compilation, Eric A. Kimmel presents every element - from beginning to end - of this ancient holiday.

TITLE

QTY

1.E. My Beliefs

Wonders and Miracles: A Passover Companion

2

Where we are in place and time: An exploration of our orientation in place and time; of our personal histories; of history and geography from local and global perspectives; of our homes and journeys; of the discoveries, explorations, and migrations of mankind; of the contributions of individuals and civilizations.

2.A. Travel: Exploration, Colonization, Immigration Coming to America: The Story of Immigration

Maestro

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

$5.95

Expressive watercolor illustrations capture the joy and anxiety of the successive waves of immigrants looking for a better life.

Dear Whiskers

Nagda

Realistic Fiction

0-439-37589-4

$3.99

When her pen pal arrives from Saudi Arabia, Jenny is discouraged by her struggles with English, and must find the patience to be a friend.

8-10

400

M

24-28

Dreaming of America

Bunting

Historical Fiction

8-11

320

N

30-34

0-439-69888-X

$5.95

A fictionalized account of Annie Moore, the first Ellis Island immigrant, who arrived in New York on her 15th birthday from Cork, Ireland.

Drita

Lombard

Realistic Fiction

8-12

690

T

44-50

0-439-02006-9

$4.95

The budding friendship between recent Albanian refugee, Drita, and Maxie, an African American girl who’s lost her mom.

Great Black Heroes: Five Brave Explorers: Hello Reader!® Level 4

Hudson

Biography, Historical

8-11

570

P

34-38

0-590-48032-4

$3.99

These biographies follow the lives of influential African-Americans, detailing the obstacles they overcame in achieving their great accomplishments.

Immigrant Kids

Freedman

Informational, Non-Fiction

8-12

1050

Q

40

0-590-46565-1

$7.95

The stories of immigrant kids who sold newspapers, worked in sweatshops, fought in gangs, and integrated into America.

Lewis and Clark and Me: A Dog’s Tale

Myers

Historical Fiction

8-11

470

R

40

0-439-47484-1

$7.95

The extraordinary expedition of Lewis and Clark, told from the point of view of Seaman, Lewis’s trusted—and adventuresome!—dog.

Nettie’s Trip South

Turner

Historical Fiction

8-10

860

T

34-38

0-590-42721-0

$4.95

Inspired by a real diary , this is an illustrated letter of a 10-year-old girl’s journey to the South.

Nettie’s Trip South

Turner

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-10

860

T

34-38

0-439-44759-3

$20.50

Inspired by a real diary , this is an illustrated letter of a 10-year-old girl’s journey to the South.

Orphan Train Rider: One Boy’s True Story

Warren

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-UP

960

T

44-50

0-590-11527-8

$6.95

One boy’s experience on the “orphan train,” which, between 1854 and 1930, moved more than 200,000 orphans “out west.”

6-9

890

N

30

0-590-44152-3

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TITLE

Pedro’s Journal Sarah, Plain and Tall The Memory Coat

The Star Fisher

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

Conrad

Historical Fiction

8-12

1030

Q

40

0-590-46206-7

$5.99

Written as though it was an actual diary, this fascinating book relates the story of Columbus’s journey through the eyes of a young boy.

MacLachlan

Historical Fiction

8-UP

560

R

40

0-590-97409-2

$4.95

“Two children experience the apprehensions and joys of the possibility of a new mother when father invites bride to their home.”—Booklist

Woodruff

Historical Fiction

6-9

650

O

34-38

0-439-14133-8

$5.99

A tattered coat, made by Grisha’s mother in Russia, unexpectedly changes his fate as he is screened at Ellis Island.

Yep

Historical Fiction

8-12

850

S

44-50

0-590-46243-1

$4.95

The moving story of a young Chinese-American girl and her family as they fight for respect in a West Virginia town in the 1920s.

QTY

2.B. Personal Travel: Taking a Trip, Moving Eagle Song

Bruchac

Realistic Fiction

9-11

680

S

44-50

0-439-09914-5

$3.95

When Danny Bigtree’s family moves to the city from the reservation, he endures much teasing about being an Indian.

The Gold-Threaded Dress

Marsden

Realistic Fiction

8-11

710

O

34-38

0-439-72754-5

$5.99

Thai-American Oy is excluded because she’s different, and faces some very hard choices from the leader of the school clique.

Miracles on Maple Hill

Sorensen

Historical Fiction

8-12

750

R

40

0-590-43145-5

$4.95

Miracles begin to happen to 10-year-old Marly and her family when they move to Vermont.

Pacific Crossing

Soto

Realistic Fiction

9-12

750

T

44-50

0-590-48996-8

$4.95

Lincoln Mendoza meets people who are eager to know about him and what it means to be both Mexican and American.

Pedro’s Journal

Conrad

Historical Fiction

8-12

1030

Q

40

0-590-46206-7

$5.99

Written as though it was an actual diary, this fascinating book relates the story of Columbus’s journey through the eyes of a young boy.

Pedro’s Journal

Conrad

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-11

1030

Q

40

0-439-44749-6

$18.50

Written as though it was an actual diary, this fascinating book relates the story of Columbus’s journey through the eyes of a young boy.

The Gold Cadillac

Taylor

Historical Fiction

8-10

650

S

44-50

0-590-64266-9

$4.95

African American sisters Lois and Wilma go for a trip in their father’s Cadillac, and encounter discrimination all along the way.

The Kid in the Red Jacket

Park

Humor

9-11

640

O

34-38

0-439-26473-1

$4.95

Howard is miserable in his new town. At first, neighbor Molly seems annoying, but soon they become a good team.

The Midnight Fox

Byars

Novel

8-12

970

R

40

0-590-32874-3

$5.95

Bored spending the summer on his uncle’s farm, a boy becomes deeply involved with a black fox and her pups.

2.C. Ancient Civilizations: Egypt, Greek, Aztec, China, etc. Ancient Egypt: The Magic School Bus ® Ms. Frizzle’s Adventures

Cole

Historical Fiction

6-10

340

L

24-28

0-590-44681-9

$6.99

Ms. Frizzle and a tour group parachute into Ancient Egypt, where they witness the making of a mummy and more.

Favorite Greek Myths

Osborne

Tales, Legends and Myths

8-12

870

Y

60

0-590-41339-2

$8.99

A handsome, distinctive volume of 12 ancient Greek stories made exciting and accessible for today’s young readers.

Knights of the Kitchen Table: The Time Warp Trio

Scieszka

Fantasy

9-12

630

P

34-38

0-590-98129-3

$3.95

Joe, Fred, and Sam are transported to King Arthur’s Britain, where they find themselves confronted by a fearsome Black Knight.

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TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

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GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

Magic Tree House Research Guide: Ancient Rome and Pompeii

Osborne

History, Non-Fiction

8-10

750

Q

40

0-439-89500-6

$4.95

In this nonfiction companion to Vacation Under the Volcano, Jack and Annie research ancient Rome and Pompeii.

Me Oh Maya: The Time Warp Trio

Scieszka

Adventure Science Fiction and Fantasy Series

9-12

530

P

34-38

0-439-73028-7

$3.95

One moment Fred, Sam, and Joe are playing on the basketball court in Brooklyn, and the next, they’re on a Mayan ball court.

Magic Tree House Research Guide: Mummies and Pyramids

Osborne

History

7-10

650

M

24-28

0-439-31860-2

$4.95

In these Nonfiction companion guides to the Magic Tree House books, Jack and Annie help students research real-life subjects.

Perl

History, Non-Fiction

10-12

1090

W

60

0-590-96226-4

$7.95

A revealing and thoroughly documented account of the ancient Egyptian way of life. “An impressively researched and invitingly written volume.”—Booklist

Scieszka

Fantasy

9-12

600

O

34-38

0-439-38994-1

$3.95

Three friends challenge each other in the present—and the past!—in these hilarious, time-shifting chapter books.

You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Greek Athlete!

Ford

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-UP

920

R

40

0-531-16394-6

$9.95

Why would anyone want to be an athlete in the ancient Greek Olympic Games? You could lose your life in the contest!

You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Roman Gladiator!

Malam

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-UP

810

R

40

0-531-16204-4

$9.95

Story about Gladiators, who were trained to kill their opponents in front of bloodthirsty crowds. If they lost, they died.

You Wouldn’t Want to Be an Aztec Sacrifice!

MacDonald

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-UP

840

R

40

0-531-16209-5

$9.95

Next time you’re grounded, think about this: a brutal death at a young age to appease the gods.

You Wouldn’t Want to Be an Egyptian Mummy!: Disgusting Things You’d Rather Not Know

Stewart

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-UP

950

R

40

0-439-28368-X

$6.95

To enter the afterlife as a wealthy ancient Egyptian, a body had to go through some astounding and disgusting processes.

Mummies, Tombs, and Treasure: Secrets of Ancient Egypt See You Later, Gladiator: The Time Warp Trio

2.D. Animals of Other Times and Places: Dinosaurs Apatosaurus: A True Book™ – Dinosaurs

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

770

L

24-28

0-516-24109-5

$6.95

Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the plant-eating Apatosaurus and discusses theories on why it became extinct.

Dinosaurs

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

4-7

650

M

24-28

0-590-47882-6

$5.95

These 14 dinosaur profiles, from tiny Ornitholestes to giant T. Rex, feature simple facts and a pronunciation guide.

Dinosaurs: Magic Tree House Research

Osborne

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

690

M

24-28

0-439-24122-7

$4.95

Children’s history of dinosaurs, different types, and what became of them. Includes information on fossils. Lots of pictures and illustrations.

Dinosaurs!: Strange and Wonderful

Pringle

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

710

O

34-38

0-439-68390-4

$4.95

Eye-catching illustrations and fact-filled text describe different kinds of dinosaurs and how paleontologists study them.

Pterosaurs: A True Book™ – Dinosaurs

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

810

L

24-

0-531-15470-X

$6.95

Describes the characteristics and behavior of the extinct flying reptile that lived on the earth during the Mesozoic era.

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AGES 7–11

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

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AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

The Magic School Bus ® in the Time of the Dinosaurs

Cole

Informational

6-9

410

P

34-38

0-590-44689-4

$6.99

One twist of the dial and the Magic School Bus transforms into a time machine traveling back to the Mesozoic Era.

Tyrannosaurus Rex: A True Book™ – Dinosaurs

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

860

L

24-28

0-516-26507-5

$6.95

Describes the characteristics and habits of the massive flesh-eating dinosaur, as well as theories about why it became extinct.

Velociraptor: A True Book™ – Dinosaurs

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

790

L

24-28

0-516-26509-1

$6.95

Describes the characteristics and habits of the small but fierce meat-eating dinosaur that lived in prehistoric times.

3

QTY

How we express ourselves: An exploration of the ways in which we discover and express our nature, ideas, feelings, beliefs, and values through language and the arts.

3.A. Fairy Tales and Other Stories Aesop’s Fables

McGovern

Fables

9-12

780

S

44-50

0-590-43880-8

$4.99

The classic fables, retold in modern language and perfect for middle grade readers, with great messages about friendship and life.

A Million Fish... More or Less

McKissack

Fiction

5-9

690

O

34-38

0-590-16311-6

$4.95

In an original yarn of the Louisiana bayou Hugh Thomas hears that strange things happen on the Bayou, but he’s skeptical.

Beautiful Warrior: The Legend of the Nun’s Kung Fu

McCully

Legends, Myths and Fables

7-10

630

P

34-38

0-439-75500-X

$6.95

A dramatic, multi-layered story of two legendary women warriors, Wu Mei, the “Beautiful Warrior”, and her most famous pupil, Mingyi.

Flossie and the Fox

McKissack

Folktale

5-9

610

O

34-38

0-590-45884-1

$4.95

In this multicultural folktale, Flossie takes a joyful and comic journey through foxhaunted woods.

It Came from Beneath the Bed!: Tales from the House of Bunnicula

Howe

Humor, Silliness

8-10

670

O

34-38

0-439-52480-6

$4.95

The vampire bunny takes center stage in sublimely silly tales of some very unique household pets.

King’s Equal

Paterson

Fairy tale

8-10

780

O

34-38

0-439-09817-3

$4.95

Prince Raphael finds lovely Rosamund his equal in beauty, intelligence and wealth, but is SHE interested in the match?

King’s Equal

Paterson

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-10

780

O

34-38

0-439-79359-9

$20.50

Prince Raphael finds lovely Rosamund his equal in beauty, intelligence and wealth, but is SHE interested in the match?

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Lewis

Fantasy

9-14

940

T

44-50

0-590-25476-6

$7.95

Four schoolchildren find their way into Narnia, where they come to the aid of Aslan, the golden lion.

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters

Steptoe

Fairy Tale

6-9

720

T

44-50

0-590-42058-5

$4.95

Mufaro’s daughters are tested unknowingly to reveal which one is worthy enough to marry the king.

Rapunzel

Zelinsky

Hardcover Book and CD

5-9

700

P

34-

1-55592-738-6

$29.95

A unique retelling of the classic story of Rapunzel, the girl with the long, golden hair.

Rapunzel

Zelinsky

Paperback Book and CD

5-9

700

P

34-

1-55592-744-0

$18.95

A unique retelling of the classic story of Rapunzel, the girl with the long, golden hair.

Coerr

Realistic Fiction

7-9

630

R

40

0-439-16824-4

$5.50

Sadako approaches her terminal illness with irrepressible spirit, racing against time to pursue a legendary cure.

Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes

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AGES 7–11

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

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GRL

DRA

ISBN

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DESCRIPTION

The Adventures of Spider: West African Folktales

Arkhurst

Tales, Folktale, African

7-9

710

R

40

0-590-62183-1

$6.95

Six lively folktales from Liberia and Ghana about the mischievous Spider; they “resonate with the flavor of a far-off land.”

The Hunterman and the Crocodile: A West African Folktale

Diakité

Tales, Folktale, African

6-8

800

P

34-38

0-590-89829-9

$4.95

A hunter and a crocodile take turns being captive and captor in a humorous folktale that teaches living in harmony with nature.

The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush

dePaola

Tales, Legend, Tall Tale

6-9

840

O

34-38

0-590-44706-8

$4.95

Retelling of an Indian legend that explains the origin of the Indian paintbrush flower.

The Magic of Spider Woman

Duncan

Tales, Legends and Myths

7-9

800

NR

30-44

0-590-46156-7

$5.99

Wandering Girl promises not to spend too much time weaving, but ends up creating the most beautiful blanket in the world.

The Mud Pony

Cohen

Tales, Folktale

7-9

610

L

24-28

0-590-41526-3

$4.99

A Native American tale about a young boy and his magical pony that comes to life.

The Rough-Face Girl

Martin

Tales, Folktale

6-10

540

S

44-50

0-590-46932-0

$5.95

In this Algonquian Indian version of the Cinderella story, where a Rough-Face Girl wins the heart of a mysterious man.

The Seven Chinese Brothers

Mahy

Tales, Folktale

6-9

820

O

34-38

0-590-42057-7

$6.99

A magnificently illustrated and authentic retelling of the classic Chinese folktale of the seven brothers and their supernatural gifts.

The Talking Eggs

Souci

Tales, Folktale, African

6-9

940

P

24-28

0-590-44189-2

$4.95

Young Blanche wanders into the woods and meets a strange old woman in this multicultural folktale from the Creole tradition.

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears

Aardema

Tales, Folktale, African

4-8

770

N

30-34

0-590-10294-X

$6.95

A wonderful rendition of the mosquito who tells a tale that sets off a disastrous chain reaction in the jungle.

Myers

Myth, Fantasy

7-10

400

O

34-38

0-590-03378-6

$5.99

An unusual boy with wings is taunted when he moves to the neighborhood—But one shy girl sees his worth.

TITLE

Wings

3.B. Painting and the Arts Duke Ellington: The Piano Prince and His Orchestra

Pinkney

Biography, Art or Music

8-11

800

L

24-28

0-439-10994-9

$5.95

A wonderful story, that captures the music of the “King of the Keys.”

Frida

Winter

Biography, Art or Music

6-10

280

M

24-28

0-439-67845-5

$4.95

When an accident left Frida Kahlo bedridden and in agony, her paintings expressed her pain, her joys and her loves.

Knots in My Yo-Yo String: The Autobiography of a Kid

Spinelli

Autobiography, Memoir

9-12

980

U

44-50

0-439-16220-3

$5.95

The Newbery Award-winning author recounts his young life filled with humor, drama, sports, and lots of observing—but surprisingly little reading!

Langston’s Train Ride

Burleigh

Historical Fiction

8-11

690

R

40

0-439-73873-3

$4.95

Langston Hughes, on a train to Mexico pens his famous poem “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” on the back of an envelope.

Math-terpieces: The Art of Problem-Solving

Tang

Math, Non-Fiction

5-12

5001000

N

30

0-439-56090-X

$4.95

The artwork of famous painters used as an aid in developing problem-solving skills through grouping.

Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street

Schotter

Realistic Fiction

5-9

600

P

34-38

0-531-07136-7

$6.99

Read how Eva’s boring homework assignment turns out to be a terrific story when the neighbors add their suggestions.

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AGES 7–11

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

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AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

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DRA

ISBN

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Richard Wright and the Library Card

Miller

Realistic Fiction

8-10

700

S

44-50

0-590-70648-9

$5.95

The true story of African-American author Richard Wright’s dream of getting a library card in the segregated South.

The Paint Brush Kid

Bulla

Fiction

7-9

300

M

24-28

0-439-21937-X

$4.95

Gregory and his friends help their neighbor, Uncle Pancho, save his house by painting a wonderful mural on its walls.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

3.D. Holidays, Celebrations, and Cultural Festivals Around the World Louis Braille: The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind

Davidson

Biography, Historical

7-10

510

N

30

0-590-44350-X

$4.99

A poignant biography, of a young man, who develops a system of reading for the blind.

Salsa Stories

Delacre

Short Stories

9-12

760

S

44-50

0-590-63121-7

$4.95

These seven colorful stories present an appealing portrait of several generations from all around the globe.

Wong

Picture Book

8-11

530

R

40

0-439-84202-6

$4.95

A young boy looks forward to the Chinese New Year — the day of the first new moon.

O’Brien, Riddel

Activities, Puzzles, Games

8-12

5001000

T

44-50

0-590-63152-7

$5.95

This fascinating book allows kids to create and use their own codes–codes based on alphabets, grids, calendars, or numbers and dots.

This Next New Year The Usborne Book of Secret Codes: Usborne Books

4

How the world works: An exploration of the physical and material world; of natural and human-made phenomena; of the world of science and technology

4.A. Inventions and Machines Amazing Inventions

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

880

V

44-50

0-439-51913-6

$5.95

Award-winning authors bring their expertise to talk about some of the greatest inventions of recent centuries.

Hey Kid, Want to Buy a Bridge?: The Time Warp Trio

Scieszka

Science Fiction and Fantasy

9-12

540

P

34-38

0-439-53110-1

$3.50

These hilarious chapter books feature three friends who find new ways to challenge each other in the present and the past!

Incredible Inventions

Griffiths

Science, Non-Fiction

10-13

1020

R

40

0-439-13718-7

$4.95

These sixteen fun, original poems, each accompanied by lively illustrations, help readers learn about a wide range of inventions.

Reid

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

1010

W

60

0-590-62175-0

$5.95

Recreate the excitement of discovery in this fascinating history of the men and women behind the world’s biggest technological developments.

The Usborne Book of Inventors: From DaVinci to Biro

4.B. Life Cycles of Plants and Animals 7-9

840

Q

40

0-590-69781-1

$5.99

Freshwater, salt water and land-dwelling turtles are presented in detailed, beautiful watercolors, with brief, informative text for budding scientists.

All About Turtles

Arnosky

Science, Non-Fiction

Amphibians: A True Book™ – Animals

Stewart

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

870

N

30

0-516-25950-4

$6.95

Learn about bullfrogs and other amphibious creatures in this fascinating True Book.

Butterflies and Moths: A True Book™ – Animals

Brimner

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

5001000

M

24-

0-516-26756-6

$6.95

Discusses the characteristics and natural history of the scaly-winged insects of the order Lepidoptera.

Davis

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

300-800

N

30

0-516-26064-2

$6.95

Describes the growth of a Douglas fir sapling in an old growth forest in the northwestern United States.

Douglas Fir: Habitats

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 7–11

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GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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Stewart

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

5001000

M

24-

0-516-25955-5

$6.95

Go beneath the surface of the water and explore the different kinds of fish with this True Book.

From Seed to Plant

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

5-8

660

M

24-28

0-590-63892-0

$5.95

An appealing presentation of basic science to bring the reader through plant reproduction, seed dispersal, pollen transference, and seed germination.

A Place for Butterflies

Stewart

Science, Non-Fiction

6-10

980

R

40

0-439-02484-6

$6.95

A fact-filled, colorful look into butterfly habitats, and an insightful discussion of the ways that humans impact these environments.

Reptiles: A True Book™ – Animals

Stewart

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

810

M

24-

0-516-25953-9

$6.95

From lizards to snakes, from turtles to tuataras—plus crocs and gators—find out who they are.

Saguaro Cactus: Habitats

Berquist

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

840

N

30-34

0-516-26065-0

$6.95

With colorful photographs of the Sonoran Desert, the author talks about the saguaro cactus and its effect on desert life.

The Life and Times of the Peanut

Micucci

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

980

Q

40

0-439-78510-3

$4.95

What are peanuts - are they peas or nuts? Do they grow above or below ground? Who invented peanut butter?

TITLE Fishes: A True Book™ – Animals

DESCRIPTION

4.C. Weather and the Seasons Day of the Blizzard

Moskin

Historical Fiction

8-12

630

Q

40

0-590-30092-X

$3.95

Katie braves New York City’s Great Blizzard of 1888 as she sets out on an errand for her ailing mother.

Hurricanes Have Eyes but Can’t See: And Other Amazing Facts About Wild Weather: Speedy Facts

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

850

P

34-38

0-439-62534-3

$7.99

Read fascinating facts about these powerful storms in this book by beloved nonfiction author Berger.

The Magic School Bus ® Inside a Hurricane

Cole

Informational

6-9

500

P

34-38

0-590-44687-8

$6.99

On a field trip to a weather station, the Magic School Bus changes into a hot-air balloon and rises up—into a storm.

Twister Trouble: The Magic School Bus ® Chapter Books

Schreiber

Informational

7-9

520

O

34-38

0-439-20419-4

$4.99

The popular Magic School Bus stories now available in chapter book format, loaded with the same humor and in-depth science information.

4.D. The Solar System and Space Travel Astronomy: Usborne Discovery–Internet Linked: Usborne Discovery

Firth

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

960

X

60

0-439-69676-3

$6.95

Featuring stunning color photographs, clear star maps, and informative text, this guide gives practical advice to the new generation of young astronomers.

Do Stars Have Points?: Questions and Answers About Stars and Planets: Scholastic Q&A

Melvin, Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

700

R

40

0-439-08570-5

$6.99

Children will find out about stars, planets, comets, meteors, and more!

Galaxies, Galaxies!

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

880

U

44-50

0-439-02612-1

$5.95

Explore the Milky Way and beyond and learn the science behind stars, telescopes, astronomy, and the universe.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Postcards from Pluto: A Tour of the Solar System

Leedy

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

490

P

34-38

0-590-48825-2

$5.95

Children learn fascinating facts as they “visit” the sun and the planets during a “space tour” through our solar system.

Space Explorers: The Magic School Bus ® Chapter Books

Moore

Informational

7-9

560

P

34-38

0-439-11493-4

$4.99

The Magic School Bus blasts off on a tour of the solar system, and the kids discover how other planets differ from Earth!

Space: Magic Tree House Research

Osborne

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

700

M

24-28

0-439-44807-7

$4.95

How did the universe begin? How hot is the sun? How long does it take to get to the moon?

Stargazers

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

640

O

34-38

0-590-47486-3

$4.95

A book full of fascinating facts and pictures of stars and constellations—how we spot them, what their names are, and what they teach us.

Cole

Informational

7-10

480

P

34-

0-590-41429-1

$6.99

Ms. Frizzle and her students get a close-up look at the moon, the planets and outer space!

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

8-12

730

P

34-38

0-439-79644-X

$4.95

The moon is unlike anything on earth–no sound and no weather. Readers learn why.

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

5-9

740

O

34-38

0-590-14905-9

$6.95

Gibbons takes young readers on a trip to the moon in this simply-written book with just the right amount of facts.

The Magic School Bus ® Lost in the Solar System: The Magic School Bus ® The Moon The Moon Book

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4.E. The Physical World: Water, Light, Air, etc. A Drop of Water

Wick

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

870

P

34-38

0-590-02319-5

$5.99

Through amazing photographs and simple text, readers will learn about evaporation, condensation, how clouds form, and more.

Amazing Magnetism: The Magic School Bus ® Chapter Books

Carmi

Informational

7-9

570

P

34-38

0-439-31432-1

$4.99

Challenging Mr. O’Neatly’s class to a science contest was Ms. Frizzle’s craziest idea to date. Mr. O’Neatly’s class always wins everything.

Experiments With Heat: A True Book™ – Science Experiments

Tocci

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

670

N

30-34

0-516-29365-6

$6.95

What makes things heat up and cool down? Why do we sweat? Experiment with heat and see what you find out!

Markle

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

910

W

60

0-439-28136-9

$3.95

Discover the science behind magic tricks! You will be fascinated with all the secrets revealed.

$6.99

The class learns firsthand how electricity works by traveling through the power lines and riding straight into electrical household appliances!

$6.95

Describes many things that originally came from Greece, including inventions, entertainment, sports, government, medicine, architecture, food, and words.

$4.95

An enchanting tale of a mouse-dentist who outwits a fox.

Super Science Magic: 20 Tricks Inside! The Magic School Bus ® and the Electric Field Trip

Cole

Informational

6-9

490

P

34-38

0-590-44683-5

4.F. Buildings and Architecture Look What Came from Greece

5

Davis

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-9

870

P

34-38

0-531-15974-4

How we organize ourselves: An exploration of systems and communities; of the world of work, its nature and its value.

5.A. Work and Jobs, Including Community Helpers Doctor De Soto

Steig

Humor

4-8

560

M

24-28

0-374-41810-1

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 7–11

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GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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Ramona and Her Father: Ramona

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

8-12

840

O

34-38

0-439-14806-5

$4.95

Ramona helps her father to quit smoking and cope with losing his job in this heartwarming story of family commitment.

Rent a Third Grader

Hiller

Realistic Fiction

7-9

670

O

34-38

0-590-40966-2

$3.99

To save a retired police horse, 3rd graders begin to do odd jobs—and learn about teamwork along the way.

The Big Story: What Being a Journalist is Really Like

Schombri

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

9-11

860

W

60

0-439-64891-2

$5.50

Journalists investigate and communicate news stories for print, broadcast and electronic mediums. Readers shadow a writer on the job from concept to delivery.

The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me

Dahl

Rhyme, Rhyming Story

8-12

840

P

34-38

0-439-16367-6

$4.95

A giraffe, a pelican, and an agile monkey start an innovative and outrageous ladderless window-cleaning service in this clever, fun favorite from Roald Dahl.

TITLE

DESCRIPTION

5.B. Modes and Systems of Transportation Around the World in a Hundred Years: From Henry the Navigator to Magellan

Fritz

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

9-11

1050

V

44-50

0-590-48910-0

$4.95

A wickedly funny look at ten explorers who, between 1421 and 1522, ventured into what mapmakers were calling The Unknown. “

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

6-8

530

P

34-38

0-439-22806-9

$3.95

In an engaging picture book, Gibbons introduces the bicycle: its history, design, care, types, uses, and safety rules.

If You Lived 100 Years Ago: If You....

McGovern

Question and Answer Book

7-10

770

Q

40

0-590-96001-6

$6.99

Readers travel back in time and explore New York City 100 years ago and experience the lives of rich and poor.

The Usborne Book of Racing Cars: Usborne Books

Gifford

Nonfiction

9-12

640

P

34-38

0-439-12051-9

$5.95

Follow a hot rod, Grand Prix, or Indy car racer, learn how a dirt track racer speeds around corners, in this colorful illustrated book.

The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk

Sobol

Biography, Historical

8-12

570

S

44-50

0-590-42904-3

$4.99

The story of Orville and Wilbur Wright, who made aviation history at Kitty Hawk.

Bicycle Book

5.C. How Communities and Cities Function, Including Government and Laws Granddaddy’s Gift

Mitchell

Historical Fiction

7-11

530

O

34-38

0-439-68451-X

$4.95

When her grandfather registers to vote in segregated Mississippi, a young black girl learns the importance of school and learning.

Martin Luther King, Jr. and the March on Washington

Ruffin

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

6-9

480

N

30

0-439-63601-9

$4.95

An account of the August 28, 1963, gathering for civil rights, culminating in Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

5.D. Special Communities: Farms, Factories, etc. Black Cat

Myers

Poetry

6-10

5001000

J

18-20

0-590-03376-X

$5.99

An award-winning tale of an intrepid black cat who ingeniously tours a dark and thrilling urban landscape.

City Green

DiSalvoRyan

Realistic Fiction

6-10

480

L

24-28

0-590-62218-8

$5.95

Marcy brings her neighbors together to transform an old city lot into a beautiful garden.

Harlem

Myers

Poetry

7-11

5001000

R

40

0-590-54341-5

$5.99

The rich character of Harlem’s music, art and literature is conveyed through vibrant poetry and illustrations.

If You Lived with the Hopi: If You.…

Kamma

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

760

Q

40

0-590-39726-5

$5.99

The history of the Hopi (meaning “wise and beautiful people”) is explored through a series of questions and answers.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 7–11

TITLE Sidewalk Chalk: Poems of the City The Million Dollar Shot

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Weatherford

Poetry

8-11

840

P

34-38

0-439-40911-X

$4.95

A child’s jubilant perspective of living in the city is reflected in this collection of vibrant poems.

Gutman

Realistic Fiction

9-12

680

S

44-50

0-439-77320-2

$4.95

Eddie has a chance at a million dollars by sinking a foul shot—during halftime at the NBA finals!

DESCRIPTION

QTY

5.E. Animal Communities Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices

Fleischman

Poetry

8-11

5001000

P

34-38

0-064-46093-2

$5.99

Winner of the Newbery Prize, this collection of irresistible insect poems is meant to be read aloud by two voices.

Owen and Mzee

Hatkoff

Science, Non-Fiction

6-10

920

T

44-50

0-439-92780-3

$6.95

The inspiring true story of two great friends, a baby hippo named Owen and a 130-yr-old giant tortoise named Mzee.

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

Penguins!

7-9

610

O

34-38

0-439-06132-6

$5.95

The habitats, physical characteristics, and behavior of many fascinating species of penguins, related with directness and simplicity.”

5.F. Shopping and Consumerism Bananas: A True Book™ – Food & Nutrition

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

810

M

24-

0-516-26574-1

$6.95

Examines the history, cultivation, and uses of bananas.

Kid Power

Pfeffer

Realistic Fiction

8-12

680

P

34-38

0-590-42607-9

$3.99

With her mom out of work, Janie decides to earn some money and opens her own employment agency, Kid Power.

6

Sharing the planet: An exploration of our rights and responsibilities as we try to share a finite resources with other people, with other living things; of communities and of the relationships within and between them.

6.A. Caring for a Garden, Pet, etc. Amazing Pet Records: Guinness World Records Top Ten

Herndon

Nonfiction

9-12

800

N

30

0-439-79188-X

$3.99

Records on smallest, longest, largest, loudest, fastest or greatest - these are the best records in the natural world and in man’s world.

Carlos in the Cornfield

Stevens

Realistic Fiction

8-11

660

L

24-28

0-439-22668-6

$5.95

Carlos learns an important lesson when he rushes through the planting of his Papa’s corn field.

A Dog Called Kitty

Wallace

Realistic Fiction

9-12

710

R

40

0-439-82083-9

$5.95

A slow, gentle friendship that forms between a scraggly dog and Ricky will appeal to every dog lover!

Everything Cat: What Kids Really Want to Know about Cats

Crisp

General Nonfiction

8-11

1010

X

60

0-439-66411-X

$6.95

Why do cats purr? Why do cats play with food? Here are answers to real questions asked by kids about cats.

Rascal

North

Autobiography, Memoir

8-12

1140

V

44-50

0-439-16570-9

$5.95

The true story of the author’s boyhood, when he takes in Rascal–a mischievous, endearing raccoon–as a pet.

Socks

Cleary

Realistic Fiction

7-10

890

O

34-38

0-439-35362-9

$5.95

Socks the cat is devastated when a new baby arrives and he learns that he’s NOT the center of the universe!

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Star in the Storm

Harlow

Realistic Fiction

9-12

600

R

40

0-439-89992-3

$5.95

A girl and her dog save a ship full of people on the Newfoundland coast—but will that be enough to save her dog’s life?

Stone Fox

Gardiner

Realistic Fiction

8-12

550

P

34-38

0-439-09510-7

$4.95

Willy enters a dogsled race to save his family farm, but is soon challenged by the mysterious Indian, Stone Fox.

Stone Fox

Gardiner

Guided Reading 6-Book Set

8-12

550

P

34-38

0-439-58330-6

$18.50

Willy enters a dogsled race to save his family farm, but is soon challenged by the mysterious Indian, Stone Fox.

The Garden on Green Street

Goldish

Realistic Fiction

7-9

180

L

24-28

0-439-35127-8

$3.95

In a simple story, colorfully pictured, children will follow the steps that concerned citizens took to reclaim the beauty of their garden.

The Summer of Riley

Bunting

Realistic Fiction

9-12

540

R

40

0-439-41114-9

$5.95

Eleven-year-old William never needed a friend more than now. Adopting Riley is the first thing in a long time that has made him feel better.

TITLE

6.B. Caring for the Environment and Managing Resources A River Ran Wild

Cherry

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

670

P

34-38

0-590-99519-7

$6.95

The restoration of the dreadfully polluted Nashua River is the subject of this beautifully illustrated and well-told true story.

Air Pollution: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

890

N

30-34

0-516-25998-9

$6.95

What causes air pollution? How can we help clean it up? Find out in this True Book.

Almost Gone: The World’s Rarest Animals

Jenkins

Science, Non-Fiction

5-10

1020

X

60

0-439-86057-1

$6.95

Colorful, cut-paper collages portray 21 endangered species, with facts about habitats, characteristics, and reasons for its endangered status.

Alternative Energy: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Petersen

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

1080

P

34-

0-516-22804-8

$25.00

Why do we need alternative energy? What are good sources of alternative energy? Find out in this True Book.

Conservation: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Petersen

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

1090

O

34-38

0-516-21939-1

$6.95

What are some conservation practices we can all be a part of? Why should we bother? Find out in this True Book.

Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet Book

McLimans

Science, Non-Fiction

6-10

200-600

N

30

0-545-03592-9

$5.95

Distinctive black & white, alphabetical interpretations of 26 endangered animals. Details about each and why they are in danger.

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

960

N

30

0-516-27356-6

$6.95

The average American throws away four pounds of garbage per day. Ever wonder what happens to it?

The Magic School Bus ® at the Waterworks

Cole

Informational

6-9

660

P

34-38

0-590-40360-5

$6.99

The class begins to discover some fascinating facts about water when Ms. Frizzle leads her class through the town waterworks.

The Ozone Layer: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

910

N

30

0-516-27355-8

$6.95

What is the ozone layer? What does it do? How do people influence the ozone layer, for better or for worse?

Water Pollution: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

940

N

30-34

0-516-27357-4

$6.95

Filled with color photographs, this book explains how water becomes polluted and how water pollution affects plants and animals.

Recycling: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

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AGES 7–11

TITLE Water Power: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Petersen

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

1050

P

34-38

0-516-21942-1

$6.95

In this interesting book, readers will learn all about how water on the move shapes the land through which it passes.

QTY

6.C. Relationship of Humans and Plant/Animal Kingdom Animal Heroes

Bradford

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

930

T

45-50

0-590-18796-1

$4.95

Animal lovers will be amazed and delighted with the 13 true stories of heroism performed by pets in this high-interest title.

Call it Courage

Sperry

Adventure

8-12

830

X

60

0-590-40611-6

$4.95

A young Polynesian boy, ostracized for his fear of the ocean, regains his honor by surviving alone on a distant island.

Catwings

Le Guin

Animal Fantasy

7-9

700

N

30

0-439-55189-7

$4.99

A novel about the adventures of four winged tabby cats who leave the grimy city in search of a safe place to live.

Charlotte’s Web

White

Animal Fantasy

7-10

680

R

40

0-590-30271-X

$6.95

Wilbur, the barnyard pig, makes friends with a wonderful girl and a wise, little spider who saves his life.

Endangered Animals

Stone

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

620

N

30

0-516-23759-4

$4.95

Big cats, bears, birds, sea animals, and more appear in vivid photographs, alongside informative text about the world’s endangered species.

Horses

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

930

R

40

0-545-00096-3

$6.95

Well-organized, concise text and stunning photographs describe the unique and majestic characteristics of horses and their relationship with people.

Velmans

Realistic Fiction

8-11

710

V

44-50

0-439-93282-3

$5.95

Eleven-year-old Isabel is knocked overboard on a whale watch.... She morphs in to a whale and is adopted by humpbacks.

Life in the Deserts: Animals & People & Plants

Baker

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

910

N

30

0-590-46129-X

$5.99

Fascinating photographs and illustrations introduce children to the people, plants, and animals that live in the desert.

Life in the Oceans: Animals & People & Plants

Baker

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

940

T

44-50

0-590-46132-X

$5.99

Beautiful color photographs and illustrations offer an exciting introduction to all forms of ocean life.

Life in the Rainforests: Animals & People & Plants

Baker

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

7-10

980

T

44-50

0-590-46131-1

$5.99

Young readers are introduced to the animals, people, and plants , as well as the fight to save this important environment from destruction.

Misty of Chincoteague

Henry

Realistic Fiction

8-12

750

R

40

0-590-45315-7

$5.50

Paul and Maureen capture and tame Phantom, a beautiful wild mare, and her colt, Misty.

The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest

Cherry

Environmental Fiction

6-10

670

R

40

0-590-98068-8

$6.95

Through simple text and lavish illustrations, readers learn facts about the rain forest and the animals that live there.

The Sign of the Beaver

Speare

Historical Fiction

9-12

770

U

44-50

0-440-47900-2

$6.50

When his father returns East to collect the rest of the family, 13-year old Matt must fend for himself on the family’s newly built homestead.

The Trumpet of the Swan

White

Fantasy

9-12

750

R

40

0-590-40619-1

$5.95

This classic tale of a mute young swan’s transformation into a jazz trumpet player is an engaging read for youngsters ages nine to 12.

Isabel of the Whales

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 7–11

PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

6.D. Natural Habitats and Ecosystems Forman

Science, Non-Fiction

7-8

830

N

30

0-516-20372-X

$6.95

By looking at small, specialized habitats, this series brings to life the multiple complexities present in even the most common or simple environments.

The Magic School Bus ® on the Ocean Floor

Cole

Informational

6-9

490

P

34-38

0-590-41431-3

$6.99

Ms. Frizzle’s class embarks on a marvelous undersea adventure.

Rain Forests: Magic Tree House Research

Osborne

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

730

M

24-28

0-439-44802-6

$4.95

What is the strangest plant in the rain forest? How can we save our rain forests?

Arctic Tundra: Habitats

6.E. Lives and Teachings of Inspirational Figures: Abraham Lincoln, MLK, Gandhi, etc. Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez

Krull

Biography

7-10

800

R

40

0-439-69108-7

$5.95

A beautifully illustrated introduction to civil rights leader Cesar Chavez, who led peaceful protests that improved lives for thousands of migrant workers.

I Have a Dream: The Story of Martin Luther King

Davidson

Biography, Historical

8-10

680

Q

40

0-590-44230-9

$4.99

The life of Martin Luther King, Jr., from his childhood to his role as leader of the civil rights movement.

Helen Keller

Davidson

Biography, Historical

7-10

450

N

30

0-590-42404-1

$5.99

Story of Helen Keller, rendered blind and deaf as a child, whose extraordinary journey to a full and courageous life is an inspiration to all.

Martin’s Big Words

Rappaport

Biography

6-10

410

K

18-20

0-439-39004-4

$6.95

This picture book biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is an unforgettable portrait of a man whose dream changed America.

Nelson Mandela: “No Easy Walk To Freedom”

Denenberg

Biography

9-12

950

X

60

0-590-44154-X

$4.99

Story of Mandela’s incredible and inspiring life, from his imprisonment to his release and his visit to the United Nations as president of South Africa.

Rosa Parks: My Story

Parks

Autobiography, Memoir

8-12

970

U

44-50

0-590-46538-4

$5.95

Rosa Parks’ compelling life story reveals the deliberate choices she made that led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

Talkin’ About Bessie: The Story of Aviator Elizabeth Coleman

Grimes

Biography, Historical

8-11

970

S

44-50

0-439-59871-0

$6.95

Friends and relatives gather to remember the inspiring life of Bessie Coleman, who overcame racism and poverty to become the first African-American female pilot.

The Story of Ruby Bridges

Coles

Biography, Historical

6-9

730

O

34-38

0-590-43968-5

$5.99

As the first black child to attend an all-white elementary school, this book shows how brave and forgiving a child can be.

Through My Eyes

Bridges

Autobiography, Memoir

9-12

860

W

60

0-590-54630-9

$5.95

Reminiscences of Ruby Bridges who, as a 6-year-old, walked through a mob of screaming segregationists and into her school.

When Marian Sang: The True Recital of Marian Anderson, The Voice of the Century

Ryan

Biography, Art or Music

8-11

780

R

40

0-439-57781-0

$5.95

The moving and beautifully illustrated story of Marian Anderson, who overcame racism to become a world-renowned singer.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 11–16

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

DESCRIPTION

QTY

Health and Social Education A Corner of the Universe

$6.99

Hattie Owen enjoys the familiarity of her small town life, but during the summer she turns 12, her world is turned upside down with the arrival of an uncle no one has ever spoken about.

0-531-16542-6

$9.95

Leaving lectures behind, each chapter addresses real issues like personal relationships, alcohol and drugs, eating disorders, gangs, cliques, and sex.

40

0-590-43736-4

$4.95

Just right for the sports enthusiast who thinks they’ve heard it all, here are 80 unusual and amazing stories, accompanied by 30 black-andwhite action photographs.

40

0-531-12019-8

$25.50

This series takes a positive look at topics that pertain to people with disabilities. It explores how people with disabilities have overcome challenges to thrive in their daily lives.

0-439-30470-9

$6.95

Curious kids will discover what causes those noisy stomach rumbles, how the body breaks down food, how sight and smell affect taste and many more incredible, digestible facts.

44

0-531-12260-3

$20.50

Part I examines the power of sleep and what happens to our bodies while we are sleeping. Part II explores the study of dreams, including tips on how to analyze dreams for meaning.

T

44-50

0-439-93116-9

$6.95

Growing up is tough. But what if there were a handbook about how to figure things out?

811

Z

70-80

0-439-80519-8

$7.99

This is a true story of growing up, breaking down, and coming to grips with a psychological disorder.

10-12

970

R

40

0-531-11751-0

$25.50

This informative book discusses the causes, symptoms, and treatments of Lyme disease, as well as ways to avoid it.

Non-Fiction

10-13

880

V

44

0-531-12219-0

$20.50

Teens with busy, stressful lives have a lot to gain from the relaxing effects of meditation.

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

1030

O

34-38

0-439-07807-5

$5.95

Award-winning author Simon continues his fantastic journey through the body. Youngsters will learn about the different kinds of muscles and human body.

Silverstein

Health, Non-Fiction

8-10

1010

R

40

0-531-12194-1

$25.50

The colorful, inviting series design features photos, medical illustrations, amusing cartoon art, tables, sidebars, and hands-on activities.

Martin

Fiction

A Girl’s Guide to Growing Up

Greenberg

General Non-Fiction

14-18

1020

V

44

Amazing But True Sports Stories

Hollander

Sports

11-UP

1120

Q

Kent

General Non-Fiction

10-12

1000

R

Swanson

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

1050

S

44-50

Dreams and Sleep

Trueit

Non-Fiction

10-13

1080

V

Handbook for Boys: A Novel

Myers

Novel

12-UP

740

I Don’t Want to be Crazy

Schutz

Biography, Non-Fiction

14-UP

Lyme Disease

Silverstein

Health, Non-Fiction

Andrews

Athletes With Disabilities Burp!: The Most Interesting Book You’ll Ever Read About Eating: Mysterious You

Meditation Muscles: Our Muscular System

Poisoning

Reaching Your Goals

Record Breakers: A Chapter Book

12-UP

750

Y

60

0-439-38881-3

Silverman

General Non-Fiction

10-13

940

V

44

0-531-16691-0

$6.95

Do dreams really come true? They can with these expert tips from a top motivational speaker to help teens turn negative thoughts into positive ones, make smart decisions, build self-confidence, and transform aspirations into achievable goals.

Nichols

General Non-Fiction

7-9

780

N

30-34

0-516-24689-5

$4.95

In these True Tales, young readers will meet remarkable athletes who did what no one thought they could do.

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 11–16

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Scoliosis

Silverstein

Health, Non-Fiction

8-10

1040

S

44

0-531-16639-2

$25.50

Learn about the four types of scoliosis, its possible causes, signs to look for, and how the disease is diagnosed and treated.

Stomachaches

Silverstein

Health, Non-Fiction

8-10

1030

R

40

0-531-12192-5

$25.50

The colorful, inviting series design features photos, medical illustrations, amusing cartoon art, tables, sidebars, and hands-on activities.

Summer Sports: Xtreme Sports

Layden

General Non-Fiction

9-UP

930

R

40

0-439-52217-X

$4.99

Skateboarding daredevil Bob Burnquist, world champion surfer Lisa Anderson, and six other daring summer athletes are profiled in this exciting, photo-illustrated book.

The Ancient Greeks

Lassieur

History

11-13

1060

R

40

0-531-16739-9

$30.50

The Ancient Greeks honored their gods and respected honor. They valued beauty, music, drama, philosophy, politics, and art.

The Contender

Lipsyte

Novel

12-UP

760

Z

70-80

0-064-47039-3

$6.99

Alfred is a high-school dropout who pursues boxing to escape his dead-end prospects.

The Great Brain Book

Newquist

Non-Fiction Science

9-14

1070

W

44

0-439-84320-0

$18.95

With its interesting text and detailed illustrations and photos, this book describes the various parts of the brain and their functions.

Special Olympics

Kennedy

General Non-Fiction

8-10

960

N

30

0-516-29375-3

$6.95

True Books are photo-filled chapter books that provide a basic introduction to curriculumrelevant topics.

Knotts

General Non-Fiction

8-10

730

O

34-

0-516-21066-1

$25.00

True Books are photo-filled chapter books that provide a basic introduction to curriculumrelevant topics.

You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Greek Athlete

Ford

History

8-UP

920

R

40

0-531-12352-9

$29.00

After reading this book there will be no doubt in your mind that this is definitely a race you’d rather not run.

You’re Tall in the Morning But Shorter at Night: And Other Amazing Facts About the Human Body: Speedy Facts

Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

820

P

34-38

0-439-54978-7

$6.95

Learn fast, fascinating facts about the human body from these exceptionally popular nonfiction authors.

TITLE

Track and Field

Zach’s Lie

Novel

12-UP

580

R

40

0-439-40147-X

$5.95

When Jack’s dad is arrested for drug trafficking, the family is suddenly placed into the Witness Protection Program, and life is never normal again.

Pearsall

General Fiction

11-14

1000

U

44-50

0-545-10270-7

$6.95

A true story of four inner-city kids and the math teacher who challenges them to break a world’s record.

Venezia

Art, Biography

8-9

800

P

34-38

0-516-26075-8

$6.95

With hilarious, cartoon-style illustrations, easy-to-read text, and plentiful reproductions of original artwork, best-selling author Mike Venezia applies his genius at making art understandable.

Fritz

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

9-11

1050

V

44-50

0-590-48910-0

$4.95

A wickedly funny look at ten explorers who, between 1421 and 1522, ventured into what mapmakers were calling The Unknown.

Smith

Human Ingenuity All of the Above

Andy Warhol

Around the World in a Hundred Years

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 11–16

MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

Astronomy: Usborne Discovery–Internet Linked: Usborne Discovery

Miles

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

920

NR

34-38

0-439-69676-3

$6.95

Featuring stunning color photographs, clear star maps, and informative text, this guide gives practical advice to the new generation of young astronomers.

Bananas: A True Book™ – Food & Nutrition

Landau

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

810

M

24-

0-516-26574-1

$6.95

Examines the history, cultivation, and uses of bananas.

Bullet Proof!

Joyce

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

670

T

44

0-531-15455-6

$7.95

This thrilling examination follows ballistic evidence from the moment a gun is fired to modern labs, where crimes are solved.

$30.00

From Vlad the Impaler to Grigory Rasputin, to Ivan the Terrible, some of the most heinous moments in history are exposed in these highly illustrated biographies.

Cixi: Evil Empress of China?

Price

Biography

Confucius: The Golden Rule

Freedman

Non-Fiction: Biography

8-12

1080

W

60

0-439-52010-X

$5.95

Confucius rose from poverty to the height of his country’s ruling class, but when he turned to the life of an itinerant philosopher, his teachings eventually spread to the West.

D-Day

McGowen

General Nonfiction

9-11

800

Q

40

0-531-20831-1

$5.95

The aftermath is discussed last, telling how the event defined, or changed history.

Do Stars Have Points?: Questions and Answers About Stars and Planets: Scholastic Q&A

Melvin, Berger

Science, Non-Fiction

7-10

700

R

40

0-439-08570-5

$6.99

The question and answer format of this book is out of this world- and sometimes out of this galaxy- as it presents the stars, planets and space in an intriguing, lively and understandable way.

Dusted and Busted

Beres

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

660

S

44

0-531-26230-8

$7.95

A single fingerprint is important when it comes to identifying a criminal—because no two fingerprints are alike!

Fashion

Rivera

Non-Fiction

9-UP

920

Q

40

0-516-24072-2

$24.50

High Interest Books, the ultimate series of “high-low” books for reluctant readers.

DiConsiglio

Biography

10-18

880

Q

44

0-531-18551-6

$30.00

This relentless conqueror laid waste to a majestic empire that stretched across half of South America.

Francisco Pizarro: Destroyer of the Inca Empire

11-17

880

Q

40

0-531-18555-9

Laidlaw

Art, Biography

10-12

1070

U

60

0-531-12236-0

$28.00

Book includes detailed biographical information, the artistic and social periods in which the artist painted, events and inspirations that influenced the artist, and specifics about each artist’s style.

G is for Googol

Schwartz

Mathematics

10-14

760

U

44-50

0-439-10489-0

$6.95

Famous concepts, puzzles, and tools in math are described in this book filled with humorous illustrations.

Galaxies, Galaxies!

Gibbons

Science, Non-Fiction

6-9

880

U

44-50

0-439-02612-1

$5.95

Let young minds explore the Milky Way and beyond as they learn the science behind stars, telescopes, astronomy, and the universe.

Genghis Kahn: 13th Century Mongolian Tyrant

Goldberg, Itzkowitz

Biography

10-18

600

Z

44

0-531-12596-3

$30.00

Readers can learn about Genghis Khan and decide if he was a good leader or a ruthless tyrant.

Georgia O’Keeffe

Thomson

Art, Biography

10-13

1070

U

50

0-531-12227-1

$24.00

This book is about American painter Georgia O’Keefe, complemented by photos of the artist and many of her works.

Frida Kahlo

QTY

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

AGES 11–16

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Girls Who Rocked the World

Welden

Biography

12-UP

1050

S

44-50

0-439-10493-9

$5.95

The stories of 33 real girls, past and present, who achieved amazing feats and changed history before reaching their twenties.

Grigory Rasputin:Holy Man or Mad Monk?

Goldberg, Itzkowitz

Biography

11-17

530

X

44

0-531-12594-7

$30.00

Learn about the famous Russian Grigory Rasputin’s life and decide if he was a spiritual leader or a crazy man.

Guilty By a Hair

Prokos

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

650

S

44

0-531-26229-4

$7.95

Each book is presented in an accessible, easy-to-read format with real-life case studies, photographs, engaging sidebars, and captivating storytelling.

Hannibal: Rome’s Worst Nightmare

Brooks

Biography

11-17

900

Q

44

0-531-22174-1

$5.95

This Carthaginian general once marched thousands of soldiers and elephants across the Alps to attack the Roman army.

Have You Seen This Face?: The Work of Forensic Artists

Denega

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

660

S

44

0-531-26235-9

$7.95

Learn about how forensic artists use skeletal remains to recreate victims’ features and help detectives identify bodies in homicide investigations.

Henri Matisse

Welton

Art, Biography

10-12

1120

U

44

0-531-16621-X

$6.95

After an attack of appendicitis, this modern art master of color and harmonious line turned in his law books for a set of paints!

Henry Moore

O’Reilly

Art, Biography

10-12

1070

U

44

0-531-12241-7

$24.00

This superb series covers it all: detailed biographical information, the artistic and social periods.

Isaac Newton

Krull

Biography

12-15

1000

Y

60

0-545-00371-7

$4.95

Isaac Newton was an extremely intelligent yet highly unusual man who sometimes used his own body for his experiments.

Ivan the Terrible: Tsar of Death

Prince

Biography

11-17

710

Q

40

0-531-12597-1

$30.00

In this book from the “Wicked History,” series, learn about the forces that shaped Russia’s Tsar Ivan the Terrible.

Jackson Pollock

Venezia

Art, Biography

8-9

800

P

34-38

0-516-42298-7

$6.95

Have you ever heard of Abstract Expressionism? Jackson Pollock’s art was called this because of how he painted.

James McNeill Whistler

Venezia

Art, Biography

8-9

900

P

34-38

0-516-26978-X

$6.95

James McNeill Whistler went from copying maps for the U.S. Coastal Survey Department to become an abstract painter.

Kid Power

Pfeffer

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-12

680

P

34-38

0-590-42607-9

$3.99

With her mom out of work, Janie decides to earn some money herself and opens her own employment agency, Kid Power.

Killer At Large

Beres

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

660

S

44

0-531-26231-6

$7.95

Profilers use crime-scene evidence and oldfashioned psychology to figure out how to catch killers before they strike again.

Killer Wallpaper

Prokos

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

670

T

44

0-531-26227-8

$7.95

Prokos whips up a lethal mix of infamous poisoners, unsuspecting victims, and brilliant criminologists in these strange tales of true crime.

Kings and Queens of Central Africa

Diouf

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-12

1000

S

44

0-531-20372-7

$25.50

Each book in this series looks at the lives and legacies of some of these memorable kings and queens.

Kings and Queens of East Africa

Diouf

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-12

1000

S

44

0-531-20373-5

$25.50

Each book in this series looks at the lives and legacies of some of these memorable kings and queens.

DESCRIPTION

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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QTY

AGES 11–16

MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

TITLE

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Kings and Queens of Southern Africa

Diouf

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-12

1000

S

44

0-531-20374-3

$25.50

Each book in this series looks at the lives and legacies of some of these memorable kings and queens.

Kings and Queens of West Africa

Diouf

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-12

1000

S

44

0-531-20375-1

$25.50

Each book in this series looks at the lives and legacies of some of these memorable kings and queens.

$30.00

In this book from the “Wicked History” series, readers can learn about Leopold II of Belgium and the terror that he unleashed on the people living in his personal colony in Africa. A list of related books and Web sites is included.

Leopold II: Butcher of the Congo

Olson

Biography

11-17

750

Q

40

0-531-18552-4

DESCRIPTION

Lives of Extraordinary Women: Rulers, Rebels (And What the Neighbors Thought)

Krull

Biography

9-12

1150

NR

34-40

0-439-31843-2

$6.95

The spotlight shines on twenty of the most influential women in history, revealing their feats and flaws, along with providing details about their personal lives and goals.

Mary Tudor: Courageous Queen or Bloody Mary?

Buchanan

Biography

11-17

700

Q

40

0-531-12595-5

$30.00

In this book from the “Wicked History” series, readers can learn about England’s Queen Mary Tudor and why her reign was so bloody. A list of related books and Web sites is included.

Conley

History, Non-Fiction

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions, and emphasizes the impact the inventions had upon life at the time of their creation and beyond.

Scarborough

Art, Biography

10-12

1050

U

50

0-531-12229-8

$24.00

This superb series covers it all: detailed biographical information, the artistic and social periods in which the artist painted, events and inspirations that influenced the artist, and specifics about each artist’s style.

Jiang

Autobiography

11-14

780

Z

70-80

0-439-06300-0

$6.95

Author Ji-Li Jiang captures the effects and the difficult choices that China’s Communist Party had on her family and her life.

Motion Pictures

Pablo Picasso

Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution

10-13

1150

Q

40

0-531-12332-4

Robespierre: Master of the Guillotine

DiConsiglio

Biography

11-17

700

Q

40

0-531-18554-0

$30.00

In this book from the “Wicked History” series, readers can learn about France’s Maximilien Robespierre and how he let his power go to his head. A list of related books and Web sites is also included.

The Airplane

Masters

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1070

Q

40

0-531-12360-X

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions and invention’s cultural significance.

The Automobile

Conley

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1120

Q

40

0-531-12333-2

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions and invention’s cultural significance.

The Calendar

Kummer

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

980

Q

40

0-531-16720-8

$9.95

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions and invention’s cultural significance.

The Camera

Trueit

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1060

Q

40

0-531-12409-6

$30.50

The camera has made a huge difference in our lives and our work, and this book documents the changes it brought upon us.

Masters

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1210

Q

40

0-531-13901-8

$9.95

The cotton gin changed an era, bringing both economic boon and the slave trade to our country at the same time.

The Cotton Gin

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SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 11–16

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

DESCRIPTION

The Light Bulb

Matthews

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

970

R

40

0-531-12334-0

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions and invention’s cultural significance.

The Microscope

Petersen

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1080

Q

40

0-531-12408-8

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions and invention’s cultural significance.

Simon

Science, Non-Fiction

8-12

730

P

34-38

0-439-79644-X

$4.95

The moon is unlike anything on earth–no sound and no weather. Readers learn why in this book by renowned children’s author Simon.

The Right Bite: Dentists as Detectives

Winchester

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

660

S

44

0-531-26232-4

$7.95

Each book is presented in an accessible, easy-to-read format with real-life case studies, photographs, engaging sidebars, and captivating storytelling.

The Telephone

Kummer

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1010

Q

40

0-531-12407-X

$30.50

Inventions That Shaped the World introduces young readers to revolutionary inventions, and emphasizes the impact the inventions had upon life at the time of their creation and beyond.

The Telescope

Orr

History, Non-Fiction

10-13

1080

Q

40

0-531-12344-8

$30.50

See how the telescope has changed our perception of the world.

Joyce

Science, Non-Fiction

13-18

670

T

44

0-531-12067-8

$27.00

Each book is presented in an accessible, easy-to-read format with real-life case studies, photographs, engaging sidebars, and captivating storytelling.

TITLE

The Moon

Toe Tagged Tomas de Torquemada: Architect of Torture during the Spanish Inquisition

Goldberg, Itzkowitz

Biography

11-17

670

X

60

0-531-13897-6

$5.95

In this book from the “Wicked History” series, readers can learn about the leader of the Spanish Inquisition and decide if the man was a fanatic or a savior.

Vincent van Gogh

Green

Art, Biography

10-12

1050

U

50

0-531-16648-1

$6.95

Find out what drove Vincent Van Gogh to create brilliant paintings—and finally, to take his own life.

Vlad The Impaler: The Real Count Dracula

Goldberg, Itzkowitz

Biography

11-17

730

X

60

0-531-13898-4

$5.95

Vlad Dracula ruled with a thirst for blood so terrible that the vampire in literature was named after him.

Approaches to Learning Crime Scene Investigators Extraordinary Emails, Letters and Resumes

Zullo

Non-Fiction

10-14

940

T-V

44

0-439-93406-0

$4.50

In this book from the “Ten True Tales” series, suspenseful stories of hard-to-solve crime cases show how investigators can use seemingly insignificant pieces of evidence to identify and arrest criminals.

Nobleman

Technology, Non-Fiction

13-18

7001000

U

44

0-531-16759-3

$31.00

This book of easy-to-follow tips is packed with solutions you can use to transform everyday correspondence from ordinary to extraordinary.

History, Non-Fiction

10-UP

1110

Z

70-80

0-545-03444-2

$8.95

The courage of countless African Americans who boycotted Montgomery busses is absorbingly told in an account that reads like a page-turner novel.

Community and Service Freedom Walkers: The Story of the Montgomery Bus Boycott

Freedman

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 11–16

MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMME

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

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Living Up the Street

Soto

Short Stories

11-15

1140

Y

60

0-440-21170-0

$5.99

A collection of short essays in which the author describes his experiences growing up as a Mexican-American in Fresno, California.

New Kids in Town: Oral Histories of Immigrant Teens

Bode

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

10-UP

630

Y

60

0-590-44144-2

$4.95

Eleven teenage immigrants tell compelling stories of their escape from war, poverty, and repression to carve out new lives in America.

Our House: The Stories of Levittown

Conrad

Short Stories

7-10

900

NR

30-44

0-439-74508-X

$16.99

Our House takes us into the lives of six kids in six different decades in Levittown, New York and celebrates the commonality of all our lives.

The Circuit: Stories From the Life of a Migrant Child

Jimenez

Autobiography

9-11

880

Z

70-80

0-439-18896-2

$5.95

These autobiographical stories tell of hardship, poverty, and love within a family of migrant workers.

Lowry

Fantasy

12-16

760

Y

60

0-440-23768-8

$6.99

In a “perfect” society free of war, fear, and pain, 12-year-old Jonas begins to understand a disturbing truth.

Cisneros

Short Stories

12-UP

870

W

60

0-679-73477-5

$10.95

Esperanza is coming of age in Latino Chicago, using poems and stories to deal with oppression and abuse.

TITLE

The Giver

The House on Mango Street

DESCRIPTION

Saldana

Novel

12-UP

770

Y

60

0-439-93064-2

$5.95

A celebration of the barrio and family life with irresistable humor and lively stories follows Rey Castaneda from sixth through eighth grade in Nuevo Penita, Texas.

A Drop of Water

Wick

Science, Non-Fiction

8-11

870

P

34-38

0-590-02319-5

$5.99

Through amazing photographs and simple text, readers will learn about evaporation, condensation, how clouds form, and more.

A River Ran Wild

Cherry

Science, Non-Fiction

7-9

670

P

34-38

0-590-99519-7

$6.95

The restoration of the dreadfully polluted Nashua River is the subject of this beautifully illustrated and well-told true story.

Almost Gone: The World’s Rarest Animals

Jenkins

Science, Non-Fiction

5-10

1020

X

60

0-439-86057-1

$6.95

Colorful, cut-paper collages portray 21 endangered species, with facts about habitats, characteristics, and reasons for its endangered status.

Alternative Energy: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Petersen

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

1080

P

34-

0-516-21944-8

$6.95

Why do we need alternative energy? What are good sources of alternative energy? Find out in this True Book about Conservation.

Coal: A True Book™

Ditchfield

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

800

M

34-38

0-516-29366-4

$6.95

This book looks at how coal is formed, mined, and used to provide various modern-day conveniences.

Conservation: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Petersen

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

1090

O

34-38

0-516-21939-1

$6.95

What are some conservation practices we can all be a part of? Why should we bother? Find out in this True Book about Conservation.

Earth Day

Sanders

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

820

M

24

0-516-22762-9

$25.00

This book discusses the growing problem of pollution on Earth that led to the establishment of Earth Day in 1970.

The Jumping Tree

QTY

Environment

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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AGES 11–16

AUTHOR

GENRE

AGE

LEXILE LEVELS

GRL

DRA

ISBN

LIST $

Tocci

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

670

N

28-30

0-516-29365-6

$6.95

Cook up some scientific fun with nine simple experiments with heat.

McLimans

Science, Non-Fiction

6-10

200-400

N

30

0-545-03592-9

$5.95

Details about endangered animals and why they are in danger will launch further explorations into earth and life sciences.

Pfeffer

Social Studies, Non-Fiction

8-12

680

P

34-38

0-590-42607-9

$3.99

With her mom out of work, Janie decides to earn some money herself and opens her own employment agency, Kid Power.

Knots in My Yo-Yo String: The Autobiography of a Kid

Spinelli

Autobiography, Memoir

9-12

980

U

44-50

0-439-16220-3

$5.95

The Newbery Award-winning author recounts his young life filled with humor, drama, sports, and lots of observing—but surprisingly little reading!

Langston’s Train Ride

Burleigh

Historical Fiction

8-11

690

R

40

0-439-73873-3

$4.95

On a train, young Langston pens his famous poem “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” on the back of an envelope.

Recycling: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

960

N

30

0-516-27356-6

$6.95

The average American throws away four pounds of garbage per day. Ever wonder what happens to it? Find out in this True Book about Conservation.

TITLE

Experiments With Heat Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet Book Kid Power

DESCRIPTION

The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming

David, Gordon

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

1090

S

44

0-439-02494-3

$15.99

This comprehensive resource is filled with facts about global warming and its disastrous consequences; photos and illustrations; and suggestions for how kids can help combat global warming in their homes, schools, and communities.

The Ozone Layer: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

910

N

30

0-516-27355-8

$6.95

What is the ozone layer? What does it do? How do people influence the ozone layer, for better or for worse? Find out in this True Book about Conservation.

Water Pollution: A True Book™ – Environment & Conservation

Donald

Science, Non-Fiction

8-10

940

N

30

0-516-27357-4

$6.95

Filled with color photographs, this book explains how water becomes polluted and how water pollution affects plants and animals.

MacDonald

Science, Non-Fiction

9-UP

750

R

40

0-516-23912-0

$24.50

Earth is the only planet that can easily support life, but what if humans were forced to live somewhere else?

Wines

Science, Non-Fiction

9-12

6001050

S-T

44

0-545-05332-3

$4.99

Packed with 50 useful things kids can do to make their homes, schools, and neighborhoods more environmentally friendly.

What If We Lived on Another Planet You Can Save the Planet

SUBTOTAL $ NOTE: Titles listed are age appropriate, properly aligned to PYP and MYP themes and offer a wide range of reading levels in order to meet the needs of all students. Pricing is subject to change.

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