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  • Baby Animals

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    Baby Animals

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Leona Locke

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Baby Animals

    Lambs, goslings and joeys are special kinds of babies. Learn some of the names that different animals have for their young.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Watch Out! A Book about Signs

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    Watch Out! A Book about Signs

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Holly Hartman

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Street Signs and Safety

    Play I Spy on your next car trip with this rhyming book about the signs along the road.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • What is Orange?

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    What is Orange?

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Jean Anne Clyde

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Identifying Colors, Counting

    This classification book explores what is and is not orange.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Where Do They Grow?

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    Where Do They Grow?

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Gwen Lawrence

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Types of Fruits and Vegetables

    Learn about some common foods we eat and where they grow.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Opposites

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    Opposites

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Phoebe McGuffee

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Opposites, Vocabulary

    Interesting photographs help children learn the meaning of common opposite words.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Riding Ripley

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    Riding Ripley

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Koy Ecton

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Animal Care, Outdoor Activities

    This girl and her horse are special friends. Watch them work and play together.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Make Your Bed

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    Make Your Bed

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Michael McGuffee

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Imagination, Household Chores

    These two brothers show how to make jobs fun by using imagination to turn a chore into an adventure.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Chef’s Surprise!

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    Chef’s Surprise!

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Brenda Doran

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Food Preparation, Recipes

    It’s NO surprise that children love to help in the kitchen! This book shows a simple cooking activity that develops math and reading skills, along with an ability to follow directions and make decisions.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • O. McDonald Has a Farm

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    O. McDonald Has a Farm

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Holly Hartman

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Farm Animals, Animal Care

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    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Kangaroos in the Treetops

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    Kangaroos in the Treetops

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Abigail Waldhauer and Jade Salamone

    Ages: 7, 8, 9

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Papua New Guinea, Animals, Animal Habitats

    Most kangaroos hop around on the ground, but these animals are special. Learn something new about this unusual marsupial.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Sand Tiger Sharks

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    Sand Tiger Sharks

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Robin Nalepa

    Ages: 7, 8, 9

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Sand Tiger Sharks, North Carolina Aquarium, Animals

    Sharks may be a little scary to some people, but they are fascinating animals. Get to know them better in this book!

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • We Save Energy at Home

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    We Save Energy at Home

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: James Shelton

    Ages: 7, 8, 9

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Saving Energy, Science, Family Togetherness

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    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Violet Makes a Pattern

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    Violet Makes a Pattern

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Holly Hartman

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Fantasy

    Theme(s): Math, Patterns

    Violet loves math, and she always finds tasty ways to practice. Help this funny puppet friend make a pattern!

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Good Day, Gorillas

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    Good Day, Gorillas

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: K. Corr, B. Kosiba, S. Wiech, K. Lukas

    Ages: 7, 8, 9

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Gorillas, Animal Habitats

    Learn about how members of this gorilla family spend their days, and take a look at the forests where they make their home.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Violet Counts to 100

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    Violet Counts to 100

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Holly Hartman

    Ages: 7, 8, 9

    Genre: Fantasy

    Theme(s): Counting, Grouping

    Violet loves math, and she always finds tasty ways to practice. Help this furry puppet friend count crackers.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Get Wet!

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    Get Wet!

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Quilean Croi

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Water, Staying Active

    Explore all the different ways to have fun in the water.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • The City Park

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    The City Park

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Leona Locke

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Realistic Fiction

    Theme(s): Outdoor Activities

    What is your favorite way to play in the park? Read this book and then make a list of all the other activities your local parks have to offer.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Animals I Know

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    Animals I Know

    Source: Unite For Literacy

    Author: Racheal Martinez

    Ages: 4, 5, 6

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Theme(s): Animals, Vocabulary

    This language learner invites children to learn the names of common animals in many languages.

    Parent Guide: Not available

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  • Hey That’s My Monster read by Lily Tomlin

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    Hey That’s My Monster read by Lily Tomlin

    Source: Storyline Online

    Author: Not available

    Ages: 6,7,8

    Genre: Not available

    Theme(s): Bedtime, Sibilings, Sharing, Fears

    When Ethan looks under the bed for his monster, he finds a note instead. How will Ethan ever get to sleep without his monster’s familiar, comforting snorts? Just when it seems that Ethan will lose his monster forever, an uninvited, tutu-toting little monster full of frightening fun appears.

    Parent Guide: https://www.storylineonline.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/HeyThatsMyMonster_FamilyActivityGuide.pdf

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  • Clark the Shark read by Chris Pine

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    Clark the Shark read by Chris Pine

    Source: Storyline Online

    Author: Not available

    Ages: 6,7,8

    Genre: Not available

    Theme(s): Self-Control, Behavior, Manners, Friendship

    Clark is a shark with zing, bang, and boom. Clark zooms into school, crashes through the classroom, and is rowdy at recess. Clark loves life – but when his enthusiasm is too much for his friends, Clark’s teacher, Mrs. Inkydink, helps him figure out a way to tone it down. Clark the Shark celebrates boisterous enthusiasm – and knowing when it’s time for indoor voices.

    Parent Guide: https://www.storylineonline.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/ClarktheShark_FamilyActivityGuide.pdf

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