• Kindergarten

  • The Pigeon HAS to go to school (Series)

    by Mo Willems Year Published: 2003

    Pigeon starts out resistant and thinks he knows everything, but comes around to the idea that there will be things to learn at school and it could actually be fun.

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  • Chrysanthemum

    by Kevin Henkes Year Published: 2007

    What a beautiful name - Chrysanthemum! That's what this young mouse thinks until others make fun of her name in kindergarten.

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  • First Grade

  • The Smart Cookie (Series)

    by Jory John & Pete Oswald Year Published: 2021

    Find out how a dash of creativity and a sprinkle of confidence help one cookie learn that perfect scores and having all the answers aren't the only ingredients for intelligence.

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  • We are in a book! (Series)

    by Mo Willems Year Published: 2010

    When Gerald and Piggie realize they are in a storybook, they at first delight in being read and being able to make the reader say funny words, such as “Bananas!” Eventually, however, when Piggie sneaks a peek at the final page of the book, they are thrown into dread.

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  • Second Grade

  • Magic Treehouse Series

    by Mary Pope Osborne Year Published: 1992

    The Magic Tree House series has been a beloved favorite for over 25 years and is sure to inspire a love of reading—and adventure—in every child who joins Jack and Annie!

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  • My Weird School

    by Dan Gutman Year Published: 2004

    Ella Mentry School is just plain weird! From a principal who kisses pigs to a teacher who wears dresses made of pot holders, A.J. and his friends have had some wacky adventures.

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  • Third Grade

  • The One and only Ivan

    by Katherine Applegate Year Published: 2012

    Having spent twenty-seven years behind the glass walls of his enclosure in a shopping mall, Ivan has grown accustomed to humans watching him. He hardly ever thinks about his life in the jungle. Instead, Ivan occupies himself with television, his friends Stella and Bob, and painting. But when he meets Ruby, a baby elephant taken from the wild, he is forced to see their home...

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  • Judy Moody was in a Mood

    by Megan McDonald Year Published: 2010

    Third grader Judy Moody is in a first day of school bad mood until she gets an assignment to create a collage all about herself

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  • Fourth Grade

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    by Roald Dahl Year Published: 1964

    Each of five children lucky enough to discover an entry ticket into Mr. Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory takes advantage of the situation in his own way.

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  • I Survived

    by Lauren Tarshis Year Published: 2010

    When disaster strikes, heroes are made. This collection of ten books in the bestselling I Survived series from author Lauren Tarshis include, The sinking of the Titanic, Attacks of September 11th, The Battle of Gettysburg and more!

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  • Fifth Grade

  • Hoot

    by Carl Haiaasen Year Published: 2002

    Everybody loves Mother Paula's pancakes. Everybody, that is, except the colony of cute but endangered owls that live on the building site of the new restaurant. Can the awkward new kid and his feral friend prank the pancake people out of town? Or is the owls' fate cemented in pancake batter?

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  • Percy Jackson & the Olympians

    by Rick Riordan Year Published: 2005

    Percy Jackson & the Olympians is a pentalogy of fantasy novels. The novels are set in a world with the Greek gods in the 21st century, and follows the protagonist Percy Jackson, a young demigod who must prevent the Titans from destroying the world.

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  • Student Favorites!

  • Pete the Cat

    by Kimberly & James Dean Year Published: 2008

    Pete the Cat goes walking down the street wearing his brand-new white shoes. Along the way, his shoes change from white to red to blue to brown to WET as he steps in piles of strawberries, blueberries, and other big messes!

    But no matter what color his shoes are, Pete keeps movin' and groovin' and singing his song...because it's all good. Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes asks the reader questions about the colors of different foods and objects—kids love to interact with the story.

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  • Ada Twist, Scientist

    by Andrea Beaty Year Published: 2016

    Ada Twist, Scientist is a 2016 children's picture book written by Andrea Beaty and illustrated by David Roberts. The story was well received and praised for encouraging children, especially girls, to develop an interest in STEM. 

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  • Pig the Pug

    by Aaron Blabey Year Published: 2014

    Eww! What a stinker! Pig isn't just the world's greediest Pug, he's the DIRTIEST too. It's high time he had a bath! But try telling Pig that ...

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  • The Last Kids on Earth

    by Max Brallier Year Published: 2015

    When zombies and monsters invade his hometown, scrappy 13-year-old Jack Sullivan teams up with his friends to survive the apocalypse.

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  • Owl Diaries

    by Rebecca Elliott Year Published: 2020

    Owl Diaries is a series from Scholastic's Branches line that stars a little owl named Eva Wingdale. Throughout the series, Eva learns a number of valuable — or owl-uable — lessons, from overcoming jealousy and apologizing to friends she's hurt, to learning to ask for help when she needs it.

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  • Dog Man

    by Dav Pilkey Year Published: 2016

    Dog Man is a comedic graphic novel series about a dog-headed cop protecting the city with his friends. The book series includes ten books, the first released in 2016 and the latest in 2021.

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  • Smile

    by Raina Telgemeier Year Published: 2010

    Raina just wants to be a normal sixth grader. But one night after Girl Scouts she trips and falls, severely injuring her two front teeth. What follows is a long and frustrating journey with on-again, off-again braces, surgery, embarrassing headgear, and even a retainer with fake teeth attached. And on top of all that, there's still more to deal with: a major earthquake, boy confusion, and friends who turn out to be not so friendly.

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  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid

    by Jeff Kinney Year Published: 2007

    Boys don’t keep diaries—or do they?

    An exciting and innovatively illustrated series narrated by an unforgettable kid every family can relate to.

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