Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Primary Grade Text Set: 70+ Winter Guided Reading Books, Part 2


from Over and Under

Level B: Literature
  1. Mayer, Mercer. (2009). Snow Day.  Paradise CA: Paw Prints. (BR, 2/B)

Level D: Literature
  1. Meister, Carl. (2001). Tiny the Snow Dog (Puffin Easy-to-Read, Level 1). Illustrated by Rich Davis. New York: Penguin Young Readers.  (6/D)
  2. Crews, Nina. (1997). Snowball. New York: Greenwillow Books. (190L,6/D)
  3. Medearis, Angela Shelf. (2002). Best Friends in the Snow.  Illustrated by Ken Wilson-Max. New York: Cartwheel Books/Scholastic. (60L, 6/D)
Level E: Literature
  1. Medearis, Angela Shelf.  (1996). Here Comes the Snow! Illustrated by Maxie Chambliss. New York: Cartwheel Books/Scholastic. (8/E)
Level F: Literature
  1. Ernst, Lisa Campbell. (2008). Snow Surprise. (Green Light Readers: Level 2). New York: HMH Books for Young Readers. (10/F)
  2. Hoban, Julia. (1993). Amy Loves the Snow. Illustrated by Lillian Hoban. New York: Scholastic. (10/F)
  3. Remkiewicz, Frank. (2011). Scholastic Reader Pre-Level 1: Gus Makes a Friend. New York: Scholastic. (10/F)
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Level G: Informational
  1. Wallace, Karen. (2000). A Bed for Winter (Level 1).  New York: DK. (240L, 12/G)
Level G: Literature
  1. Armstrong, Jennifer. (1996).  The Snowball (Step-Into-Reading, Level 1). New York: Random House Books for Young Readers. (100L, 12/G)
  2. Briggs, Raymond. (2015). The Snowman and the Snowdog (Step-Into-Reading, Level 1). New York: Random House Books for Young Readers. (110L, 12/G)
  3. Briggs, Raymond. (1999). The Snowman (Step-Into-Reading, Level 1). New York: Random House Books for Young Readers. (70L, 12/G)
  4. Capucilli, Alyssa Satin (2011). Biscuit's Snowy Day. Illustrated by Pat Schories. New York: Harper. (12/G)
  5. Farley, Robin. (2014). Mia: The Snow Day Ballet. Illustrated by Olga Ivanov. New York: Harper Festival. (12/G)
  6. Scieszka, Jon. (2008). Snow Trucking! (Jon Scieszka's Trucktown). Illustrated by David Gordon. New York: Simon Spotlight. (12/G)
Level HInformational
  1. Marzollo, Jean. (2000). I Am Snow. Illustrated by Judith Moffatt. New York: Scholastic. (14/H)
Level H: Literature
  1. Buehner, Caralyn.  (2002). Snowmen at Night. Illustrated by Mark Buehner. New York: Dial Books. (14/H)
  2. Fleming, Denise. (2001). Time to Sleep. New York: Square Fish. (310L, 14H)
  3. Lakin, Pat. (2002). Snow Day. Illustrated by Scott Nash. New York: Dial Books. (BR, 14/H)
  4. McNamara, Margaret. (2015). Snow Day. Illustrated by Mike Gordon. New York: Simon and Schuster. (240L, 14/H)
Level I: Literature
  1. Drummond, Ree. (2013). Charlie's Snow Day. Illustrated by Diane deGroat. New York: HarperCollins. (250L, 16/I) 
  2. Harper, Lee. (2010). Snow! Snow! Snow!  New York: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books. (230L, 16/I)
  3. Keller, Holly.  (1991). Geraldine's Big Snow. New York: Scholastic. (16/I)
  4. Rocco, John. (2014). Blizzard. New York: Disney-Hyperion (2012 Caldecott Honor Book) (16/I)
  5. Scotton, Rob. (2013). Splat the Cat: Blow, Snow, Blow (I Can Read Level 1).  New York: HarperCollins (360L, GR Level 16/I)
  6. Seuling, Barbara. (1998). Winter Lullaby. Illustrated by Greg Newbold. New York: HMH Books for Young Readers. (610L, 16/I)
Level J: Informational
  1. Bauer,  Marion Dane. (2016). Snow (Ready-to-Read, Leveled 1). Illustrated by John Wallace.  New York: Simon Spotlight. (440L, 16/J)
  2. Gibbons, Gail. (2006). Valentine's Day Is. New York: Holiday House. (410L, 16/J)
Level J: Literature 


  1. Barkly, Bob. (2002). Winter Ice Is Nice!  Illustrated by Carolyn Bracken. New York: Scholastic. (16/J)
  2. Beck, Ian. (2002). Teddy's Snowy Day. New York: Scholastic. (310L, 16/J)
  3. Biggs, Brian. (2012).  Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating. Illustrated by Brian Biggs and Simon Abbott. New York: HarperCollins. (16/J)
  4. Carle, Eric. (2000). Dream Snow. New York: Philomel Books. (300L, 16/J)
  5. Ehlert, Lois. (1999). Snowballs. Boston: MA: HMH Books for Young Readers. (16/J)
  6. Figueredo, D.H. (1999). When this World Was New. Illustrated by Enrique O. Sanchez. New York: Lee & Low Books. (440L, 18/J)
  7. Keats, Ezra Jack. (1976). The Snowy Day.  New York: Puffin Books. (500L) (1963 Caldecott Medal winner) (500L, 16/J)
  8. Rylant, Cynthia. (2012). Poppleton in Winter. Illustrated by Mark Teague. New York: Scholastic. (16/J)
  9. Rylant, Cynthia. (2011). Annie and Snowball and the Wintry Freeze. Illustrated by Sucie Stevenson. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  10. Rylant, Cynthia. (2000). Henry And Mudge And The Snowman Plan. Illustrated by Sucie Stevenson. New York: Simon and Schuster. (350L, 16/J)
  11. Yee, Wong Herbert. (2010). Mouse and Mole, A Winter Wonderland. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. (410L, 16/J)

Level KInformational
  1. Bancroft, Henrietta & Richard G. Van Gelder. (1996). Animals in Winter. Illustrated by Helen K. Davie. New York: HarperCollins. (380L, 18/K)
  2. Branley, Franklyn M. (2000). Snow Is Falling (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science, Stage 1). Illustrated by Holly Keeler. New York: HarperCollins. (320L, 18/K)
  3. Fowler, Allan. (1992). How Do You Know It's Winter?  New York: Turtleback. (18/K)
  4. Moore, Eva. (2005). Magic School Bus Sleeps for the Winter. Illustrated by Carolyn Bracken. New York: Scholastic. (300L, 18/K)
  5. Zoehfeld, Kathleen Weidner. (2002).  Manatee Winter. Illustrated by Steven James Petruccio. Washington D.C.: Soundprint/Smithsonian. (18/K)
Level K: Literature
  1. Chardiet, Bernice. (1999). The Snowball War. New York: Scholastic. (18/K)
  2. Colandro, Lucille. (2003). There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! Illustrated by Jared Lee. New York: Scholastic. (18/K)
  3. Levinson, Nancy Smiler. (1995). Snowshoe Thompson. Illustrated by Joan Sandin. New York: HarperCollins;. (330L, 18/K)
  4. Rogan, John. (1998). Biggest Snowball Ever. New York: Scholastic.(18/K)
  5. Van Laan, Nancy. (2000). When Winter Comes. Illustrated by Susan Gaber. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers. (630L, 18/K)
Level LInformational
from National Geographic Kids Winter Wonderland
  1. Esbaum, Jill (2010). National Geographic Kids Winter Wonderland. Washington, DC: National Geographic. (20-24/L)
  2. Neuman, Pearl. (1989). When Winter Comes. Illustrated by Richard Roe. Portsmouth NH: Heinemann Library. (20/L)
Level L: Literature
  1. Burton, Virginia Lee. (2010). Katy and the Big Snow. New York: HMH Books for Young Readers. (420L, 20/L)
  2. Giff, Patricia Reilly. (2013). Fiercely and Friends: The Sneaky Snow Fox. Illustrated by Diane Palmisciano. New York: Scholastic. (270L, 20/L)
  3. Kroll, Steven. The Biggest Snowman Ever. Illustrated by Jeni Bassett. New York: Cartwheel Books/Scholastic. (580L, 20/L)
  4. Morgan,  Allen. (1987). Sadie and the Snowman. Illustrated by Benda Clark. New York: Scholastic.(540L, 20/L)
  5. Neitzel, Shirley. (1994). Jacket I Wear in the Snow. Illustrated by Nancy Winslow Parker. New York: Greenwillow Books. (20/L)
  6. Prelutsky, Jack. (2006). It's Snowing! It's Snowing!: Winter Poems. Illustrated by Yossi Abolafia. New York: HarperCollins. (20/L)
  7. Tresselt, Alvin. (1988). White Snow, Bright Snow. Illustrated by Roger Duvoisin. New York: HarperCollins. (1948 Caldecott Medal winner) (840L, 20/L)
Level MInformational

from Pink Snow.
  1. Cole, Joanna. (2004). The Magic School Bus Lost in the Snow. New York: Scholastic. (260L, 24/M)
  2. Dussling, Jennifer. (1998). Pink Snow and Other Weird Weather (Penguin Young Readers, Level 3). New York: Penguin Young Readers. (300L, 24/M)
  3. Moore, Eva. (2005). The Magic School Bus Sleeps for the Winter (Scholastic Reader, Level 2). Illustrated by Carolyn Bracken. New York: Scholastic. (300L, 24/M)
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Level M: Literature
  1. Adler, David.  (2005). Cam Jansen and the Snowy Day Mystery. Illustrated by Susanna Natti. New York: Puffin Books. (550L, 24/M)
  2. Brett, Jan. (1999). The Mitten. New York:  G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers. (800L, 24/M)
  3. Bunting, Eve. (1994). Night Tree. Illustrated by Ted Rand. New York: HMH Books for Young Readers. (620L, 24/M)
  4. Florian, Douglas. (1999). Winter Eyes. New York: Greenwillow. (24/M)
  5. Klein, Abby. (2015). Snow Day Dare (Ready,Freddy! 2nd Grade)Illustrated by John Mckinley. New York: Scholastic. (28/M)
  6. Tresselt, Alvin. (1989). The Mitten. Illustrated by Yaroslava. New York: HarperCollins. (840L, 24/M)
  7. Ziefert, Harriet. (1988). A New Coat for Anna. Illustrated by Anita Lobel. New York:  Dragonfly Books. (690L 24/M)
Level NInformational
  1. Messner, Kate. (2014). Over and Under. Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books. (30/N)
Level N: Literature
  1. Klein, Abby. (2011). Ready, Freddy! #16: Ready, Set, Snow! Illustrated by John Mckinley. New York: Scholastic. (500L, 30/N)
  2. Miller, Pat. (2010). Squirrel's New Year's Resolution. Illustrated by Kathy Ember. New York: Scholastic. (450L, 30/N)
  3. O'Connor, Jane. (2008). The Snow Globe Family. Illustrated by  S. D. Schindler.  New York: Puffin Books. (660L, 30/N)
  4. Van Allsburg, Chris. (2015). The Polar Express: 30th Anniversary Edition. Boston, MA: Houghton. (1986 Caldecott Medal winner)  (30/N)
  5. Ziefert, Harriet. (2008). Snow Party. Illustrated by Mark Jones. Maplewood, NJ: Blue Apple Books.  (510L, 30/N)

Level O: Literature
    from SkySisters
  1. Alarc├│n, Francisco. (2005). Iguanas in the Snow: And Other Winter Poems / Iguanas en la Nieve: Y Otros Poemas de Invierno (The Magical Cycle of the Seasons Series). Illustrated by Maya Christina Gonzalez. New York: Lee & Low Books. (34/O)
  2. Thaler, Mike. (2014). The Snow Day from the Black Lagoon. Illustrated by Jared Lee. New York: Scholastic. (700L, 34/O)
  3. Waboose, Jan Bourdeau. (2002). SkySisters. Illustrated by Brian Deines. Tonawanda, NY: Kids Can Press. (34/O)
  4. Yolen, Jane. (1987). Owl Moon. Illustrated by John Schoenherr.  New York: Philomel Books. (630L, 34/O) (1988 Caldecott Medal winner)

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