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Grade LevelTitleAuthorPublication YearInterest LevelLexile LevelReading LevelGenre/theme(s)Spanish EditionAudio CassetteAudio CDVideoebookCheckouts 2018-19
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K-3I Went WalkingSue Williams1989P-2NP1Fiction; farmyard animals; rhymexx0
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K-3Best FriendsMiriam Cohen1971K-2N/A1Fiction; friendship0
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K-3Very Busy Spider, TheEric Carle1984P-2330L1.3Picture book; rhythmic text; natural worldx
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K-3Paul BunyanSteven Kellogg1984K-3AD840L2Fiction; picture book; adventure
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K-3Hill of FireThomas Lewis1971K-3510L2Fiction; volcanos; Mexicox1
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K-3Cat in the HatDr. Seuss1957K-3430L2.1Poetryx1
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K-3Henrry and Mudge and the Starry NightCynthia Rylant1998P-2440L2.2Fiction; camping; early chapter bookx3
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K-3Ira Sleeps OverBernard Waber1972P-2310L2.2Fiction; sleepovers;xxx1
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K-3Pumpkin PumpkinJeanne Titherington1986P-2N/A2.4Fiction; life cycle of a pumpkin
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K-3Eating the AlphabetLois Ehlert1989K-3N/P2.5Nonfiction; healthy foods2
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K-3Poppleton and FriendsCynthia Rylant1997P-2420L2.6Ficion; chapter book; friendship; humor
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K-3Curious GeorgeHans A. Rey1941P-3400L2.6Fiction; friendshipxx3
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K-3Frog and Toad All YearArnold Lobel19761-3330L2.6Fiction; friendship; early chapter bookx3
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K-3Wagon WheelsBarbara Brenner19782-4500L2.6Historical fiction; African American family; homesteading; pioneeringx
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K-3If You Give a Mouse a CookieLaura Numeroff1985K-3AD410L2.7Fiction; humorx1
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K-3Napping House, The Audrey Wood1984P-3NP2.8Fiction; picture book; sleeping; animals; making predictionsxxx
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K-3Amazing WhalesThomson, Sara L.2005K-3550L2.8Nonfiction; science; wildlife; leveled readers0
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K-3Insectlopedia: Poems and PaintingsDouglas Florian19983-6NP2.8Poetry3
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K-3Peter Rabbit's Giant StorybookBeatrix Potter1999K-3N/A2.8Short story collection; classic
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K-3Frog and Toad Are FriendsArnold Lobel19701-3470L2.9Fiction; friendship; early chapter bookxxx3
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K-3Frog and Toad TogetherArnold Lobel19721-3480L2.9Fiction; friendship; early chapter bookx2
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K-3Very Hungry Caterpillar, TheEric Carle1969P-2AD460L2.9Picture book; counting; butterfly life stagesxx
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K-3Klara's New WorldJeanette Winter19923-5N/A3Fiction; immigration
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K-3Sylvester and the Magic Pebble William Steig1969K-3AD700L3Fiction; wishesxxxx
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K-3Martin's Big WordsDoreen Rappaport20012.5AD610L3Nonfiction; biography; picture book; Martin Luther King Jr.xx
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K-3Glorious Flight, TheAlice and Martin Provensen19832-4630L3Nonfiction; flying; picture bookx1
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K-3Something Big Has Been HereJack Pretlusky1990K-3N/A3Poetry
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K-3Caps for SaleEsphyr Slobodkina1940K-3AD480L3.1Fiction; folk talk; humorxxx2
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K-3Tiny Seed, TheEric Carle1970K-3500L3.2Picture book; plant life cycle; perseverance and hope
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K-3Everybody Serves SoupNorah Dooley2000K-3530L3.2Picture book; saving money1
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K-3Stone SoupMarcia Brown1947K-3AD550L3.3Picture book; folk story; sharingxx
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4-6Sarah, Plain and TallPatricia MacLachan19853-7660L3.4Historical fictionxx
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4-6There's a Boy in the Girl's BathroomLouis Sachar1987490L3.4Realistic fiction
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K-3Too Many TamalesGary Soto1992K-3580L3.4Fiction; Christmas; honestyxxx
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K-3Chair for My Mother, AVera Williams1982K-3530L3.4Fiction; family; saving money; resiliencex0
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K-3CorduroyDon Freeman1968K-3600L3.5Fiction; hopexxx3
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K-3New Coat for AnnaHarriet Ziefert1986K-3580L3.5Historical fiction; post-WWII; povert; family
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4-6One and only Ivan, TheKatherine Applegate20123-6570L3.6Fiction; based on a true story3
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K-3Digging Up DinosaursAliki1981K-3600L3.6Nonfiction3
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4-6Eats, Shoots and Leaves: Why Commas Really MatterLynn Truss20033-6240L3.7Nonfiction; punctuation0
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K-3Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad DayViorst, Judith1972K-3AD840L3.7Fiction; humorxxx2
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K-3Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar SystemJoanna Cole1991K-3570L3.7Fiction; science
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K-3Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Dinosaur BonesDavid Adler19802-5610L3.8Fiction; mystery; early chapter bookx2
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K-3Magic School Bus in the Time of the DinosaursJoanna Cole1994K-3580L3.8Fiction; science
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K-3Everybody Bakes BreadNorah Dooley1996K-3AD670L3.8Picture book; multicultural; food0
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4-6Because of Winn-DixieKate DiCamillo20004.7670L3.9Fiction; coming of age; familyxx5
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K-3JumanjiChris Van Allsburg19811-4AD620L3.9Fantasyxxx
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K-3Crow BoyTaro Yashima1955K-3AD660L3.9Fiction; bullying; Japnese protagonist; multiculturalismxxx0
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K-3Hundred Penny Box, TheSharon Bell Mathis19751-4600L3.9Fiction; family, agingx0
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K-3Strega NonaTomie de Paola1975K-3N/A3.9Fiction; Italy; pastaxx
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K-3Courage of Sarah Noble, TheAlice Dangliesh19542-5610L3.9Historical fiction; 18th century; Native Americans (Schaghticoke)xx0
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K-3Story of Johnny Appleseed, TheAliki1963K-3610L3.9Nonfiction; picture book; biographyx
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4-6Ramona and her FatherBeverly Cleary19773-5840L4Fiction; familyxx
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4-6Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside SchoolLouis Sachar19894-7670L4Fiction; math; puzzles
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4-6Hello, My Name is Scrambled EggsJamie Gilson19854-7730L4Fiction; multicultural; Vietnamese family0
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4-6Where the Sidewalk EndsShel Silverstein19743-6NP4Poetry
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4-6Random House Book of Poetry for ChildrenJack Pretlusky19833-7N/A4Poetry
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4-6Sing a Song of PopcornBeatrice Schenk de Regniers1988K-4N/A4Poetry
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K-3Flat StanleyJeff Brown1964K-3AD550L4Fiction; early chapter bookx1
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K-3Magic School Bus on the Ocean FloorJoanna Cole1992K-3N/A4Fiction; science
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K-3Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's EarsVerna Aardema1975K-3770L4Picture book; West African tale; cause and effectxxx
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4-6Sadako and the Thousand Paper CranesEleanor Coerr19772-5AD660L4.1Historical fiction; illnessxx
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K-3Relatives Came, TheCynthia Rylant1985K-3AD940L4.1Fiction; family; summer; making memoriesx
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K-3Buffalo WomanPaul Goble1984K-3590L4.1Fiction; Native Americans (ficticious tribe)0
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4-6Sea of TrollsNancy Farmer20045-8670L4.2Fantasy; adventurex0
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4-6Hot and Cold SummerJohanna Hurwitz19844-7640L4.2Fiction; friendship1
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4-7Fish in a TreeLynda Mullaly Hunt20155-8550L4.2Fiction; coming of age; learning disabilityx1
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K-3Little House, TheVirginia Burton1942K-3AD610L4.2Fictionxx
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K-3Corn is MaizeAliki1976K-3570L4.2Nonfiction; multi-disciplinary0
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5-9Out of my MindSharon M. Draper20105-9700L4.3Fiction; inclusion; disability; cerebral palsy; familyx4
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K-3Mufaro's Beautiful DaughtersJohn Steptoe1987K-3AD790L4.3Fiction; Africa/Zimbabwe; folk talexxx
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K-3Magic School Bus Explores the SensesJoanna Cole1999K-3AD690L4.3Fiction; science
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K-3Picture Book of Harriet TubmanDavid Adler1992K-3AD760L4.3Nonfiction; picture book; biography; Underground Railroadx
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4-6Charlotte's WebE.B. White19523-6680L4.4Fiction; friendship; deathxx4
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4-6Taking SidesGary Soto19914-7600L4.4Fiction; multicultural; basketball; latinoxx
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4-6Racing the SunPaul Pitts19884-7720L4.4Fiction; multicultural; Native American (Navajo)
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K-3Annie and the Old OneMiles, Miska1971K-3N/A4.4Fiction; Death; Native Americans (Navajo)xx0
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K-3Keeping QuiltPatricia Polacco1988K-3830L4.4Fiction; family and tradition; Jewish experiencex
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K-3Mike Mulligan and his Steam ShovelVirginia Burton1939K-3580L4.4Fiction; friendship; perseverancexxx
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K-3Humphrey, the Lost WhaleWendy Tokuda1986K-3AD610L4.4Nonfiction; San Francisco Bay; endangered animals; ocean life2
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4-6Riding FreedomPam Munoz Ryan19984-7720L4.5Historical fiction; horses; strong woman protagonistxx
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4-6Bridge to TerabithiaKatherine Patterson19774-7810L4.6Fiction; friendship; deathxx2
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4-6In the Year of the Boar and Jackie RobinsonBette Lord19844-7730L4.6Fiction; immigration; multicultural; baseballx0
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4-6SalmonDeborah Hodge20023-6670L4.6Nonfiction; fish1
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4-6Tiger Math: Learning to Graph from a Baby TigerAnn Whitehead Nagda20003-6810L4.6Nonfiction; tigers; mathematics; graphing
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K-3Pacific SalmonJason Cooper2002K-3N/A4.6Nonfiction; habitat and life cylce of salmonidx2
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4-6Wrinkle in Time, AMadeleine L'Engle19625-8740L4.7Fantasy; adventure; familyxx
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4-6Chocolate Touch, ThePatrick Catling19524-7770L4.7Fiction; allegory (King Midas)3
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4-6From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. FrankweilerE.L. Konisburg19674-7700L4.7Fiction; identity; arts1
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4-6Maniac MageeJerry Spinelli19904-6820L4.7Fiction; racism; homelessnessx
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4-6Night of the TwistersIvy Ruckman19843-6790L4.7Realistic fiction; suspence; natural disasters
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7-12OutsidersS.E. Hinton19677-12750L4.7Realistic fiction; coming-of-age; bullying; friendship; loyaltyxx
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K-3Little TootHardie Gramatky1939K-3AD890L4.7Fiction; maturity; hard work
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4-6James and the Giant PeachRoald Dahl19614-6870L4.8Fantasy; humorx
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4-6Castle in the AtticElizabeth Winthrop19854-7750L4.9Fantasy; adventure; Middle Ages1
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4-6Morning GirlMichael Dorris19925-8980L4.9Fiction; Colonization; Native Americans; familyx
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4-6Velveteen Rabbit, TheMargery Williams19222-5AD1050L4.9Fiction; imaginary friends
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4-6Walk Two MoonsSharon Creech19945-9770L4.9Fiction; Native American; familyxxx
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4-6Sign of the BeaverElizabeth Speare19835-8770L4.9Fiction; wilderness; Native Americanxx
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