All students deserve to see themselves
in a book.

 

 

 

 

 

 All students deserve to see themselves
in a book

Fiction and Nonfiction titles for K-5—a rich array of genres and all text types in both English and Spanish and print and digital.

Authentic texts

Authentic Texts

Build content knowledge and perspectives with 550 texts by diverse authors and illustrators.

Prompting Cards

Teacher's Guides

Provide guided support for implementing responsive teaching and SEL.

Text Evidence Question Cards

Text Evidence Question Cards

Help students access complex texts through reproducible questions.

Teacher's Guides

Prompting Cards

Gradual release strategies help teachers observe, monitor and scaffold reading behaviors and invite student dialogue.

First Grade - 🔒 Click the book to look inside

English - Informative

From doctors to bakers—students explore the diverse roles of people they may encounter in their communities.

English - Literature

Tommy is happy because a famous musician is visting his school. Who is it? A famous salsa player!

Spanish - Informative

Students examine how traditional games have changed over time and how they have been influenced by technology.

Spanish - Literature

While cooking together, Basilia tells stories to her niece about the history of their town.

Fourth Grade - 🔒 Click the book to look inside

English - Informative

Women work in every field of science and math. Students read about some of the greatest discoveries ever made and learn what it takes to have a career in math or science.

English - Literature

It's hard for Naila when she moves to the U.S. from Jordan. But her grandmother's words of advice help her: "Don't forget to share the special things about you with the people you meet."

Spanish - Informative

What are volcanoes? How do they form? And what impact have they had on Mexico? Students explore the history of volcanoes and the legends inspired by them.

Spanish - Literature

Coyote hasn't eaten in a long time. When he meets Rabbit, he thinks it's his lucky day. But Rabbit is smart and knows how to trick him. Will Coyote catch the Rabbit?

Prompting Cards

Gradual release strategies help teachers observe, monitor and scaffold reading behaviors and invite student dialogue.

First Grade - English

First Grade - Spanish

Fourth Grade - English

Fourth Grade - Spanish

Literature transforms human experience and reflects it back to us, and in that reflection we can see our own lives and experiences as part of the larger human experience. Reading, then, becomes a means of self-affirmation, and readers often seek their mirrors in books.

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