This book uses common vocabulary and consistent sentence structure to introduce the characteristics of a small child.
Colorful illustrations and repetitive text support a story that shows how a young boy is eager to help his family members
This book uses repetitive language and simple sentence structure to show how a mother and her son can shop together.
Repetitive sentences keep the reader engaged and illustrations sequentially move through the adventures of a mother trying to get her daughter to eat a proper meal
This story follows a repetitive pattern of dialog as a young family works together to build a sand castle
This book uses illustrations and informational text that matches social studies standards in order to explain how to create a family tree. Readers can make connections as they learn about a variety of family types.
Maria battles Mom and Dad in an emotional tug-of-war: Ride the coaster with Dad? Or stay and watch with Mom?
In this story, readers can describe the characters and make connections with the main character's feelings. Illustrations and text help readers identify the sequence of events.
Engaging illustrations help readers identify the sequence of events during a family trip, and an amusing story helps keep students interested in the content.
This story, on the clever topic of "opposite night," allows readers to identify a sequence of events. Readers can use the illustrations to make predictions about the story.
This story, narrated with limited dialogue, allows readers to make connections to the experiences of the sick boy featured in the text and illustrations.
Repetitive sentences are used for emphasis in this story, in which readers make predictions about the main character based on the illustrations and text.
A New Haircut 14-2 This humorous story full of color illustrations keeps students interested as they learn domain-specific vocabulary words such as "haircut," "barber," and "trim."
Through an engaging story and high-interest content, readers make connections with the main character. Colorful illustrations vividly capture all the character's troubles.
The illustrations and dialogue in this book allow readers to connect with the main character, a girl celebrating her seventh birthday, and infer character traits about her.
Interesting content about a boy's day with his grandmother engages reluctant readers. The color illustrations allow readers to make predictions that are confirmed by the text.
Through illustrations and text, readers can identify the sequence of events and connect with the feelings of the main character, a boy who enjoys a day off with his father.
This book uses everyday vocabulary and consistent sentence structure to introduce family relationships. Readers can identify and compare family members using text and illustrations.