Juvenile Easy Readers, Level 2
This list is designed to help you find beginning reading material for your young reader.
Level Two (Kindergarten-1st Grade) stories include more words, with a few simple, short sentences, and many visual clues provided by the illustrations. Simple sight words and phonics patterns continue to be emphasized.
A baby bird is hatched while his mother is away. Fallen from his nest, he sets out to look for her.
A boy goes to the pet shop to choose his first pet.
Danny makes an unusual but wonderful new friend.
Although Digby the dog is getting old, his owners still love him.
Rat tries to get the fat cat off the mat and back to his usual resting place in the vat.
A retelling of the traditional tale in which five silly fishermen, unable to count properly, are convinced that one of their group has drowned.
When Mr. and Mrs. Bird discover a strange egg in their nest they try to hatch it.
A young boy becomes the "mother" to a goose, who becomes "mother" to a duck, as they learn about the rhythms of nature together.
Children set out looking for insects and they find all kinds.
A boy thinks he's found the perfect pet, but now he has to convince everyone else.
Huckle brings his pet, Froggy, to school for show-and-tell.
Unhappy being a bunny, P.J. Funnybunny tries living with bears, birds, beavers, pigs, moose, possums, and skunks.
Julius, an African gorilla, finds a home in an American circus. One day he inadvertently frightens away his audience, and goes in search of them.
After observing a boy's football game, a group of animals organizes its own teams and game.
Little Bear's thank-you kiss from Grandmother gets passed on to him by many animals and greatly aids the skunks' romance.
Two cats that are as different as night and day are nevertheless best friends.
Bessey finally cleans up her messy room.
Determined to prove that the cow he meets is really a moose, Morris the moose enlists the help of a rather confused deer and horse.
Oscar wants to build a big slide, but has some unexpected adventures.