Genre Challenge Monthly Reading Suggestions

Febraury
INFORMATIONAL TEXT- reading suggestions
Grades K - 2
1. See How They Grow Pig (by DK Publishing)
2. See How They Grow Kitten (by DK Publishing)
3. See How They Grow Puppy (by DK Publishing)
4. See How They Grow Horse (by DK Publishing)
5. See How They Grow Duck (by DK Publishing)
6. The Cloud Book by Tomie DePaola
7 . The Popcorn Book by Tomie DePaola
8. Animal Eyes by Carolyn MacCulich
9. National Geographic Reader: Penguins by Ann
Schreiber
10.National Geographic Reader: Dolphins by
Melissa Stewart
1l.National Geographic Cats vs. Dogs by Elizabeth
Carney
12. Lola and Tiva; An Unlikely Friendship by
Juliana Hatkoff
13. Scholastic True or False; Planets by Melvin
and Gilda Berger
14. Scholastic True or False; Baby Animals by
Melvin and Gilda Berger
15. Scholastic True or False; Dangerous Animals
by Melvin and Gilda Berger
16. Scholastic True or False; Storms by Melvin and
Gilda Berger
Grades 3 - 5
1. Scholastic True or False; Rocks and Minerals by Melvin
and Gilda Berger
2. National Geographic Kids; Deadliest Animals by Melissa
Stewart
3. Nationat Geographic Kids; Dog finds Lost Dolphins by
Elizabeth Carney
4. Great Black Heroes; Five Brave Explorers by Wade Hudson
5. Great Black Heroes; Five Notable Inventors by Wade
Hudson
6. Great Black Heroes; Five Famous Writers by Lynda Jones
7. Fields of Fury; The American Civil War by James M.
McPherson
8. Baseball in the Barrios by Henry Horenstein
9. The "A True Book Series" by Ann Heinrichs (titles include
Japan, BraziL, China, Mexico, South Africa and Venezuela)
10. Promises to Keep; How Jackie Robinson Changed America
by Sharon Robinson
1 1. DK Eyewitness Books; Ancient Egypt by George Hart
12. Wildfires by Seymour Simon
13. Into the Sea by Brenda Z. Guiberson
14. Face to Face with Polar Bears by Norbert Rosing
15. The "If you " Series (including If you Lived At the Time of
the American Revolution, If you Lived At the Time of the
Civil'War, If you Lived In Colonial Times, If you Traveled
on the Underground Railroad, If you Sailed on the
Mayflower, If you Traveled West in a Covered Wagon) 

 

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