The content in this informational text matches science standards and demands that readers use text features and photographs to interpret information.
This informational book uses engaging illustrations and expository text to introduce a topic. Readers locate facts and learn domain-specific vocabulary such as "foal," "mane," and "gallop."
The Big Soccer Game 14-1 This story, about a girl's routine leading up to a soccer game, allows readers to make connections with the main character. By looking at the text and illustrations, readers can identify the sequence of events and infer character traits.
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."
Little Raccoon and the Fish 14-3 Readers can identify story elements and make judgments about the actions of the main character, a raccoon, as she attempts to catch a fish for dinner.
Readers identify the sequence of events in this clever story and use the illustrations to help confirm their predictions about the main character's actions.
This book introduces expository information about the life cycle of a butterfly to tell a fiction story. Readers learn domain-specific vocabulary such as "caterpillar" and "pupa."
Through an engaging story and high-interest content, readers make connections with the main character. Colorful illustrations vividly capture all the character's troubles.
Readers use illustrations to interpret information in the text and identify the steps in the process of preparing for a picnic. Repetitive sentence patterns support struggling readers.
Students can infer character traits as they read about the interaction between the main character and various animals. Interesting illustrations support English language learners.
Readers use the engaging illustrations to interpret information in the text and understand vocabulary words such as "bench," "island," and "dock."
Engaging illustrations and descriptions in the text help readers make connections with the experiences of a boy who learns about rattlesnakes during a camping trip with his father.
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.
In this story, readers can use the illustrations and text to make predictions about the experiences of the main character. The detailed illustrations support English language learners.
This expository text uses illustrations and diagrams to help readers interpret information. Readers can identify a main idea and supporting details as they discover the anatomy and habits of the hermit crab.
Readers evaluate the actions of the main character, a zoo monkey, in this humorous story. Amusing illustrations hook reluctant readers and help them visualize the action in the story.
This story follows a sequence of events experienced by a ladybug during a rainstorm. In this book, readers use colorful illustrations to interpret information in the text.
In this story, readers follow a raccoon character through a sequence of events. The combination of text and engaging illustrations allows readers to predict and evaluate the character's actions.
The illustrations and text in this story are highly engaging, featuring a main character and the sequence of events as he prepares for a competition at school.
Young readers will connect with this amusing story's main character, who turns his living room into a private sanctuary. The color illustrations help readers follow the steps in the process of building a fort.
The engaging illustrations in this book are designed to hook reluctant readers. Questions posed in the text prompt readers to make and confirm predictions about the story.
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.
Readers can make connections between the emotions of the main character and their own experiences. Engaging illustrations exemplify vocabulary such as "mitt" and "swung."
Readers make and confirm predictions based on the engaging illustrations, which help readers identify the characters, setting, and sequence of events.
In this book, readers can identify a sequence of events during a class field trip. The illustrations and descriptions in the text help readers visualize the experiences of the characters.