1st Grade Reading List
While his friend works hard to earn the train fare to Fitchburg, young Henry Thoreau walks the thirty miles through woods and fields, enjoying nature and the time to think great thoughts.
Describes a variety of signs telling you where to shop, eat, and find people, places, and things.
Moses and his friends enjoy the first day of school at their special school for the deaf and hard of hearing, where they use sign language to talk to each other.
Mrs. Watson LOOKS like an ordinary first-grade teacher, but everyone knows she's really a 300-year-old alien who steals baby teeth.
A little girl loses a tooth.
This fly is on an alphabetical rampage through the house, leaving destruction all around him.
Listen. A little boy named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is playing the piano. Look. He is playing backward! He is playing blindfolded! Imagine. What must his life be like? Play, Mozart, play!
Rhyming text and glowing, full-color photos chronicle a pumpkin patch as it grows and changes, from seeds to pumpkins ready to harvest to jack-o'-lanterns and then to seeds again.
Know any kids who don't like veggies? Here is a book that's sure to change their hungry minds!
Reading Suggestions for 1st Graders from the Weber County Library