In general, students should read texts that they can read with very few errors as well as have a solid understanding of what they are reading.  The book list below has been provided to you to help your child find books that are at an appropriate level to improve their reading skills.  Please remember that this list is a general guide.  Students should be enjoying reading other texts of their choice, as well as texts at their independent reading level.  Happy Reading! 

Ants by Cheryl Coughlan

Bess and Tess by Susan Blackaby

Big Egg by Molly Coxe

Big Friend, Little Friend by Eloise Greenfield

Black Bears by Marcia Freeman

Bobby’s Zoo by Carolyn Lunn

Bumble Bees by Cheryl Coughlan

A Buzz Is Part of a Bee by Carolyn Lunn

Catch Me if you Can by Bernard Most

Cloudy Day, Sunny Day by Donald Crews

Dinosaurs Dance by Larry Brimner

Dolphins by Martha Rustad

Dragonflies by Cheryl Coughlan

The Ear Book by Al Perkins

Eat Your Peas, Louise by Pegeen Snow

Fall Harvest by Gail Saunders-Smith

The Farmer in the Dell by Kathy Parkinson

Fireflies by Cheryl Coughlan

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Christelow

Five Silly Fishermen by Roberta Edwards

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Go Dog Go by P.D. Eastman

The Gum on the Drum by Barbara Gregorich

Henry’s Busy Day by Rod Campbell

Honey Bees and Hives by Lola Schaefer

Hot Rod Harry by Catherine Petrie

If I Were You by Brian Wildsmith

Inside, Outside, Upside Down by Stan and Jan Berenstain

It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw

Morris the Moose by Bernard Wiseman