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!



Addition Annie by David Gisler

Alligator Shoes by Arthur Dorros

Backhoes by Linda Williams

The Big Fat Worm by Nancy Van Laan

Bill’s Baggy Pants by Susan Gates

Biscuit by Alyssa Capucilli

Biscuit Finds a Friend by Alyssa Capucilli

Boris Bad Enough by Robert Kraus

Bulldozers by Linda Williams

Cat and Dog by Else Minarik

The Day I Had to Play with My Sister by Crosby Bonsall

Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton

The Dog by John Burningham

Each Peach Pear Plum by Alan Ahlberg

The Fat Cat Sat on the Mat by Nurit Karlin

The Great Bug Hunt by Bonnie Dobkin

The Great Race by David McPhail

Guard the House, Sam! by Charnan Simon

I Am in Charge of Me by Dana Rau

I Wish I Was Sick Too by Franz Brandenberg

Katie Did It by Becky McDaniel

The Life Cycle of a Penguin by Lisa Trumbauer

Let’s Share by Dana Rau

Listen to Me by Barbara Neasi

Mine’s the Best by Crosby Bonsall

More Spaghetti I Say by Rita Gelman

My Dog by Judy Taylor

My Friends by Taro Gomi

Nicky Upstairs and Down by Harriet Ziefert

Octopuses by Lola Schaefer

One Monday Morning by Uri Shulevitz

P.J. Funnybunny Camps out by Marilyn Sadler