Juvenile Easy Readers, Level 1
This list is designed to help you find beginning reading material for your young reader.
Level One titles (Kindergarten) provide a basic introduction to reading. These stories are told with a few words, repeated over and over. Simple sight words and phonics patterns are introduced.
Oscar's pet worm Slimey describes some of the many subjects that can be found in books.
Baby Bear decides that of all the hugs from Mama and Papa Bear, a group hug is best.
Big Pig and Little Pig enjoy spending time together, though they take different approaches to the same task.
A little yellow dog wants ever one more thing before he'll go to sleep.
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As one animal sits on another in an accumulating progression, the reader learns the sounds each animal makes.
Cat manages to help her team win a close baseball game.
An exuberant cat introduces readers to her friends.
A hungry cat, wanting a snack, tries to catch different animals without much success.
A madcap band of dancing, prancing monekys explain hands, fingers, and thumbs to beginning readers.
Pairs of rhyming words are introduced and used in simple sentences, such as "Day. Play. We play all day. Night. Fight. We fight all night."
Hopping, skipping, and running prove to be fun but tiring activities, so maybe it is best to have a rest.
Compares animals of varying sizes, thus defining small, smaller, smallest and big, bigger, biggest.
A young bear goes to town inside, outside, upside down.
Two little boys meet at the beach, each sure that his balloon is better.
When his mother takes him to buy new pants, a young boy tries on many different pairs, but finds just what he wants back at home.
Can the perfect old hat really be replaced by a new one?
A group of children have fun making a pizza.
Puppy Mudge and a little kitten become good friends.