Category Archives: Easy Readers

Dory Dory Black Sheep

Dory Dory Black Sheep by Abby Hanlon Kindergarten & up This third book about 6-year-old Dory is the best one yet. Dory is upset that she doesn’t quite know how to read. Her good friend Rosabelle is already reading thick … Continue reading

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Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect by Jacqueline Jules Grades 1-3 In this great new beginning reader series, Sofia is tired of looking just like her two older sisters. Their school pictures look so alike that when she switches who is in which frame, … Continue reading

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Ling & Ting: Twice as Silly

Ling & Ting: Twice as Silly by Grace Lin Grades K-2 This latest early reader about Ling and Ting is definitely twice as silly as the others! Beginning readers will enjoy the goofy stories as the twins plant cupcakes, paint … Continue reading

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Toilet: How It Works

Toilet: How It Works by David Macaulay Grades 1-4 Toilets. We all use them everyday. But most children (and probably plenty of adults) don’t know how they work, or what happens after you flush. David Macauley’s book takes a look … Continue reading

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Ball

Ball by Mary Sullivan Grades PreK-1 This fantastic day in the life look at a dog obsessed with his ball will ring true for many a dog owner! As the dog waits for his beloved owner to return to play … Continue reading

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The Watermelon Seed

The Watermelon Seed by Greg Pizzoli Grades PreK-2 Any child who has eaten watermelon should be able to relate to this 2014 Geisel Award winner. From the ecstasy over the delicious watermelon to the agony of swallowing a seed, we … Continue reading

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Penny and Her Marble

Penny and Her Marble by Kevin Henkes grades K-2 Oh the guilt! In this third easy reader about Penny, she finds a shiny blue marble on Mrs. Goodwin’s lawn. Penny takes the marble home, even though she knows that it … Continue reading

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