This set includes 1 copy each of 24 fiction books. Each beautifully illustrated and carefully leveled title features essential content in science, social studies, or math. Pair with nonfiction to create a balanced approach to beginning literacy in your classroom. Science: Key concepts, vocabulary, problem solving strategies, and writing Social Studies: Diverse cultures, families, and communities Math: Key concepts, vocabulary, and real world applications
Groups of thirsty animals approach the water but wait until the lions leave before drinking!
Dad is a florist who delivers flowers all around town. Surprises await a teacher at school - and mom and daughter at the end of the day!
A young girl introduces readers to members of her family and tells what activities they do to have fun together.
A family heads into the forest for a picnic. They see flowers, squirrels, birds, rabbits, and - just as they're about to eat - ants!
Mr. Jay is having a very bad day! His faucet breaks, and his car won't start, so he calls a plumber and a mechanic for help.
A boy meets another boy whose family is moving in next door. The two boys and their parents go for a walk and see the school, library, park, and playground.
Tina loads her truck with produce and drives to the farmer's market every day. In this beginning reader, students will read how food travels from the farm to the market.
A girl and her dad take a trip on a train. On the way, they see beautiful, panoramic views of a river, a forest, some mountains, and a lake.
A boy lines up his toy bus, truck, fire engine, van, motorcycle, and car, then sends them racing one at a time down a ramp - until his kitten intervenes.
Tess and her librarian dad spend a day at the library, where Tess and her father both help people in parallel ways.
A brother and sister use flowers, leaves, seeds and more to create a funny plant picture in their backyard.
A young boy and his older sister help their mom think of ways to prepare their home for Grandma's visit.
How many eggs are in the hay? This counting-by-ones book includes ordinals.
Sharon has a homework assignment: to find and record shapes at home. And find them she does!
Two brothers sort a basketful of socks, matching colors and making pairs and counting by twos.
Two boys challenge each other to make pictures out of cutout shapes.
On a field trip to the zoo, children look at lions, seals, kangaroos, snakes, and monkeys - then realize that the monkeys are looking at them!
Kids help Mom paint flowerpots using primary colors to create a variety of other colors.
A young girl gets her big brother to help her rescue her kitten up a tree.
A day in the life of a boy and his puppy: They walk to the park, run, climb, and jump, go home to eat, listen to a story and fall asleep.
Rex the dog runs outside, jumps in a puddle, rolls in the mud - and shakes water all over the girl waiting for him with a towel.
A poetic ode to summer in which a family goes to a community swimming pool and finds cool water, hot sunlight, and a shady place to rest.
Tammy has items both big and small in her brand-new toy store!
A girl visits a botanical garden where she watches a butterfly flit from branch to a leaf to a flower...to her arm.