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2014-2015 K-1 Think, Read, Discuss Text Lists- Final
There are two types of materials that schools will need to purchase for the K-1 Think, Read, Discuss Block: The Core Knowledge Listening and Learning Kits from Amplify AND the trade books (listed below) for the RAP modules. Additionally this list includes supplemental books lists that are recommended but not required for purchase to supplement each unit.
Kindergarten Required RAP Module Core Text List

Unit

Title and Author

New in 14-15?

Amount

1

Town Mouse Country Mouse by Jane Brett

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

2

Kami and the Yak by Andrea Stenn Stryer 


Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

3

Tikki Tikki Tembo by Arlene Mosel

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

4

Wangari’s Tree of Peace: A True Story from Africa by Jeanette Winter

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

5

Daisy Comes Home by Jan Brett

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

6

The Story of Jumping Mouse: A Native American Legend by John Steptoe

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

7

The Twelve Dancing Princesses, by Rachel Isadora

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

8

Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

9

Encounter by Jan Yolen

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

10

Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall and illustrated by Barbara Cooney

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

11

The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

12

Grace for President by Kelly S. DiPucchio and illustrated by LeUyen Pham


Yes

1 per TRD Teacher



1st Grade Required RAP Module Core Texts

Unit

Title and Author

New for 14-15?

Amount

1

A Story, A Story: An African Tale, by Gail E. Haley

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

2

What Happens to a Hamburger by Paul Showers

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

3

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters, by John Steptoe

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

4

Seeker of Knowledge: The Man Who Deciphered Egyptian Hieroglyphs, by James Rumford

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

5

Rain Player by David Wisniewski

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

6

How to Bicycle to the Moon by Mordicai Gerstein

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

7

The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

8

Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinsky

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

9

Cactus Hotel by Brenda Z. Guiberson

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

10

Charlotte’s Web by EB White

Spiders by Gail Gibbons

The Spider and the Fly by Tony DiTerlizzi

No

1 per TRD Teacher

11

Paul Revere’s Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ted Rand

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher

12

Dandelions by Eve Bunting

Yes

1 per TRD Teacher



Additional Text Recommended To Supplement Units
These texts supplement each K-1 TRD topic and vary in text complexity . The text are optional for schools to order. This list was vetted before sharing to include titles that are available for order, however, some text may have gone out of print since the creation of this list.
If you would like to order additional supplemental texts for each unit in bundles, we recommend ordering through the American Reading Company. The American Reading Company creates bundles of 10 text available for print using the CKL&L list of text.
Kindergarten

Unit

Additional Supplemental Text List

1

Aesop’s Fables by Jerry Pinkney

The Ant and the Grasshopper by Rebecca Emberley (790L)

Arroz Con Leche by Lulu Delacre

Diez Deditos and Other Play Rhymes by Jose-Luis Orozco

Hush! A Thai Lullaby by Minfong Ho and Holly Meade

The Hare and the Tortoise by Janet Stevens (540L)

The Lion and the Mouse, retold and illustrated by Bernadette Watts

James Marshall’s Mother Goose by James Marshall

Mother Goose Remembers by Clare Beaton

Town Mouse Country Mouse by Jane Brett(530L)



2

Eating Well, by Liz Gogerly

Bee-Bim Bop! By Linda Sue Park

Fuel the Body: Eating Well, by Amanda Doering Tourville

Get Up and Go!, by Nancy Carlson

Go Wash Up: Keeping Clean, by Amanda Doering Tourville



Green Start: The Five Senses by Ikids

Hanni and Beth: Safe and Sound

Happy Birthday Moon, by Frank Asch (Aladdin, 2000) ISBN 0689835442 (440L)

Hearing (I Know That!), by Claire Llewellyn (Sea‐to‐Sea Publications, 2006)

Hearing Things, by Allan Fowler (Childrens Press, Inc., 1991) ISBN

Hearing, by Katie Dicker (Cherrytree Books, 2009) ISBN 1842345801

The Hickory Chair by Lisa Rowe Fraustino (700L)

It Looked Like Spilt Milk, by Charles Shaw (HarperTrophy, 1988) ISBN

Look! A Book About Sight, by Dana Meachen Rau (Picture Window Books,

Looking out for Sarah by Glenna Lang (600L)

Kami and the Yakes by Andrea Stenn Stryer

Mice Squeak, We Speak, by Arnold L. Shapiro and illustrated by Tomie DePaola

My Amazing Body: A First Look at Health and Fitness, by Pat Thomas (Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 2002)

Moses Goes to a Concert by Issace Millman,

My Five Senses, by Aliki (HarperTrophy, 1989) ISBN 006445083X

My Senses Help Me, by Bobbie Kalman (Crabtree Publishing Company.

No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist, by Bob Raczka (Millbook Press, 2001)

Oh, the Things You Can Do that Are Good for You!: All About Staying Healthy, by Tish Rabe (Random House, Inc. 2001)

Rainbow Joe and Me by maria DiazStrom

Polar Bear Polar Bear, by Bill Martin Jr. (Henry Holt and Co., 1992) ISBN



Screaming Kind of Day by Rachna Gilmore

Seeing, by Katie Dicker (Cherrytree Books, 2009) ISBN 1842345795

Seven Blind Mice, by Ed Young (Puffin Books, 2002) ISBN 0698118952 (350L)

Shhhh . . . A Book About Hearing, by Dana Meachen Rau

Sight, by Annalise Bekkering (Weigl Publishers, Inc., 2010)

Sleep Is for Everyone (Let'sRead‐and‐Findout Science Book), by Paul Showers (HarperCollins Publishers, 1997) ISB

Smelling and Tasting (I Know That!), by Claire Llewellyn (Sea‐to‐Sea Publications, 2006) ISBN 1932889499

Tasting and Smelling, by Katie Dicker (Cherrytree Books, 2009) ISBN

The Five Senses (It’s Science), by Sally Hewitt (BT Bound, 2003) ISBN

The Five Senses: Hearing, by Maria Ruis (Barron's Educational Series, Inc.,

The Five Senses: Sight, by Maria Rius (Barron's Educational Series, Inc.,

The Five Senses: Smell, by Maria Rius (Barron's Educational Series, Inc.,

The Five Senses: Taste, by Maria Rius (Barron's Educational Series, Inc.,

The Five Senses: Touch, by Maria Rius (Barron's Educational Series, Inc.,

The Listening Walk, by Paul Showers and Aliki (HarperTrophy, February (480L)

Touching (I Know That!), by Claire Llewellyn (Sea‐to‐Sea Publications, 2006)

Touching and Feeling, by Katie Dicker (Cherrytree Books, 2009) ISBN

What is Taste?, by Jennifer Boothroyd (Lightning Bolt Books, 2010) ISBN

You Can’t Smell a Flower with Your Ear! All About Your 5 Senses, by Joanna Cole

You Can’t Taste a Pickle with Your Ear: A Book About Your 5 Senses, by Harriet Ziefert and illustrated by Amanda Haley

Your Five Senses, by Melvin and Gilda Berger (Scholastic, 2003) ISBN 0439566886


3

The Amazing Bone by William Steig

Brave Wolf and the Thunderbird: Tales of the People by Joseph Medicine Crow

Casey Jones, by Allan Drummond (Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2001) ISBN 0374311757

The Fisherman and His Wife by Rachel Isadora

Hansel and Gretel by Rachel Isadora

The Little Red Hen Big Book, by Paul Galdone (Clarion Books, 1985) ISBN 0899193498

The Little Red Hen: An Old Story, by Margot Zemach (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1993) ISBN 0374445117

Little Red Riding Hood, by Trina Schart Hyman (Holiday House, 1987) ISBN 0823406539

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: A Tale from the Brothers Grimm, translated by Randall Jarrell, pictures by Nancy Ekholm

Three Tuneful Tales (Once‐UponA‐Time), retold by Marilyn Helmer (Kids Can Press, 2003) ISBN 1550749412

Tikki Tikki Tembo by Arlene Mosel

The Ugly Duckling, adapted and illustrated by Jerry Pinkney (HarperCollins, 1999) ISBN 068815932X

The Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson (HarperTrophy, 1999) ISBN 0380002558

The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie‐the‐Pooh, by A. A. Milne and illustrated by Ernest Shepard (Dutton Juvenile, 2001) ISBN 0525467262



4

The Boy Who Didn’t Believe in Spring by Lucille Clifton

The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss and Crocket Johnson

City Green by DyAnneDiSalvo-Ryan

Daisy (Looking at Life Cycles) by Victoria Huseby

Eating the Alphabet: Fruit and Vegetables from A to Z by Lois Ehlert

The Empty Pot by Demi

 Eyewitness Plant by David Burnie

Flower Garden by Eve Bunting

From Bud to Blossom by Gail Saunders Smith

From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons

 The Great Kapok Tree: A tale of the Amazon Rainforest by Lynne Cheery

Growing Vegetable Soup by Lois Ehlert

 The Honey Makers by Gail Gibbons

 I am a Leaf by Jean Marzollo

 I am an Apple by Jean Marzollo

 I’m a Seed by Jean Marzollo

 Jack’sGarden by Henry Cole

Johnny Appleseed by Reeve Lindbergh

Johnny Apple Seed by Christin Ditchfield

The Life and Times of theHoneybee by Charles Micucci

Mama Miti: Wangari Maathai and the Trees of Kenya by Donna Jo Napoli

 Maple Syrup Season by Ann Purnell

 Oak Tree by Victoria Huseby

 OLIVIA Plans a Garden by Emily Sollinger

 One Bean by Anne Rockwell

 Plan a Little Seed by Bonnie Christensen

 Planting a Rainbow by LoisEhlert

 The Reason for a Flower by Ruth Heller

 Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons

 Seed, Soil, Sun by Cris Peterson

 Soil Basics by Carol Lindeen

 The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle



 Wangari’s Tree ofPeace: A True Story fromAfrica by Jeanette Winter

5

  • Barnyard Banter, by Denise Fleming

  • Bee-bim Bop!, by Linda Sue Park and illustrated by Ho Baek Lee

  • The Cazuela that the Farm Maiden Stirred, by Samantha R. Vamos and illustrated by Rafael Lopez

  • Chicken Dance, by Tammi Sauer and illustrated by Dan Santat

  • Chicken Soup, by Jean Van Leeuwen and illustrated by David Gavril

  • Chickens (Farmyard Friends), by Camilla de la Bédoyère

  • Chicks & Chickens, by Gail Gibbons

  • Clarabelle: Making Milk and So Much More, by Cris Peterson

  • Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type, by Doreen Cronin and illustrated by Betsy Lewin

  • Cycle of Rice, Cycle of Life: A Story of Sustainable

  • Farming, by Jan Reynolds

  • Daisy Comes Home, by Jan Brett

  • A Day in the Life of a Farmer, by Heather Adamson

  • Fantastic Farm Machines, by Cris Peterson and David R. Lundquist

  • Farm, by Elisha Cooper

  • Farming, by Gail Gibbons

  • Farms around the World (World of Farming), by Catherine Veitch

  • Food from Farms, by Nancy Dickmann

  • From Seed to Pumpkin, by Wendy Pfeffer

6

  • D is for Drum: A Native American Alphabet, by Michael and Debbie Shoulders and illustrated by Irving Toddy

  • Many Nations: An Alphabet of Native America, by Joseph Bruchac and illustrated by Robert F. Goetzl

  • Native Americans, edited by E. D. Hirsch, Jr.

  • The Story of Jumping Mouse: A Native American Legend, byJohn Steptoe (540L)

  • Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition, by Russell M. Peters and photographs by John Madama

  • If You Lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern

  • and illustrated by Jean Drew

  • The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush, by Tomie dePaola (840L)

  • The Sioux, by Alice Osinski

  • Squanto and the First Thanksgiving, by Eric Metaxas andillustrated by Michael Donato

  • Tapenum’s Day: A Wampanoag Indian Boy in Pilgrim Times,by Kate Waters and photographs by Russ Kendall

  • The Wampanoags, by Alice K. Flanagan (Children’s Press,

  • When the Shadbush Blooms, by Carla Messinger and SusanKatz and illustrated by David Kanietakeron Fadden

7

  • Amazing Grace, by Mary Hoffman. Illustrated by Caroline

  • Binch

  • Cinder Edna, by Ellen Jackson. Illustrated by Kevin O’Malley

  • Cinderella, by Charles Perrault. Illustrated by Loek Koopmans.

  • Kate Middleton: Real-Life Princess, by Sarah Tieck

  • King Bidgood’s in the Bathtub, by Audrey and Don Wood

  • King Midas and the Golden Touch, by Charlotte Craft.

Illustrated by K.Y. Craft

  • The King Who Rained, by Fred Gwynne

  • The Kite Princess, by Juliet Clare Bell. Illustrated by Laura-Kate Chapman

  • Max and Ruby’s Midas, by Rosemary Wells

  • Midnight: A Cinderella Alphabet, by Stephanie Perkal.

Illustrated by Spencer Alston Bartsch

  • Mother Goose Remembers, by Clare Beaton (

  • Princess Grace, by Mary Hoffman. Illustrated by Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu

  • The Princess and the Pea, by Rachel Isadora

  • The Princess and the Pig, by Jonathan Emmett. Illustrated byPoly Bernatene

  • Prince William: Real-Life Prince, by Sarah Tieck

  • The Queen’s Knickers, by Nicholas Allan

  • Rapunzel, by Rachel Isadora

  • The Rough-Face Girl, by Rafe Martin

  • The Royal Treasure Measure, by Trudy Harris. Illustrated by Ivica Stevanovic

  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, by Jacob and Wilhelm

Grimm. Illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert.

  • Snow White in New York, by Fiona French (

  • Tea for Ruby, by Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.

Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser

  • The Twelve Dancing Princesses, by Rachel Isadora




8

  • The Boy Who Didn’t Believe in Spring, by LucilleClifton, illustrated by Brinton Turkle

  • Brave Irene, by William Steig

  • Bring Me Some Apples and I’ll Make You a Pie: A Story About Edna Lewis, by Robbin Gourley

  • Can You See the Wind? (Rookie Read-About Science), byAllan Fowler

  • The Cloud Book, by Tomie dePaola

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, by Judi Barrett, drawings by Ron Barrett

  • Cold Snap, by Eileen Spinelli, illustrated by Marjorie Priceman

  • Energy from the Sun (Rookie Read-About Science), by AllanFowler

  • Fall (Thinking About the Seasons), by Clare Collinson

  • Frederick, by Leo Lionni

  • Frog and Toad All Year, by Arnold Lobel

  • From the Bellybutton of the Moon and Other Summer

  • Poems/Del ombligo de la luna y otros poemas de verano, by

Francisco X. Alarcón, illustrated by Maya Christina Gonzalez

  • Four Seasons Make a Year, by Anne Rockwell, illustrated

by Megan Halsey

  • If It’s Really Cold. . . and Other Weather Predictions, by Blake A. Hoena

  • Iguanas in the Snow and Other Winter Poems/Iguanas en la nieve y otros poemas de invierno, by Francisco X. Alarcón, illustrated by Maya Christina Gonzalez

  • Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems/Jitomatesrisueños y otros poemas de primavera, by Francisco X.Alarcón, illustrated by Maya Christina Gonzalez

  • Little Cloud and Lady Wind, by Toni Morrison and Slade Morrison, illustrated by Sean Quails

  • On the Same Day in March: A Tour of the World’s Weather, by Marilyn Singer, illustrated by Frane Lessac

  • The Rainbow and You, by E.C. Krupp, illustrated by RobinReetor Krupp

  • The Reasons for Seasons, by Gail Gibbons

  • The Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree, by Gail Gibbons

  • Snow Is Falling (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out-Science, Stage1), by Franklyn Branley and illustrated by Holly Keller

  • Snowflake Bentley, by Jacqueline Briggs Martin

  • Spring (Thinking About the Seasons), by Clare Collinson

  • Spring With Rabbit (Animal Seasons), by Anita Loughrey

  • Weather (Step-By-Step Weather), by Paul Humphrey

  • Summer (Thinking About the Seasons), by Clare Collinson

  • Thunder Cake, by Patricia Polacco

  • Tornado Alert (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2), byFranklyn M. Branley and Giulio Maestro

  • Weather Forecasting, by Gail Gibbons

  • Weather (I Know That!), by Claire Llewellyn

  • Weather Words and What They Mean, by Gail Gibbons

  • Weather: Rain or Shine (Science Starters), by Jim Pipe

  • What Will the Weather Be?, by Lynda DeWitt, illustrated by Carolyn Croll

  • What’s the Weather Today?, by Allan Fowler

  • When a Storm Comes Up (Rookie Read-About Science), byAllan Fowler

  • When Spring Comes, by Solomon Gordon

  • Why Do Leaves Change Color? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out

  • Science, Stage 2), by Betsy Maestro and illustrated by LorettaKrupinski

  • Winter (Thinking About the Seasons), by Clare Collinson (

  • Winter Is Here, by Sid Webb




9

  • The Children of the Morning Light: Wampanoag Tales as Told By Manitonquat, by Manitonquat and illustrated by Mary F. Arquette

  • Christopher Columbus, by Mary Dodson Wade

  • Encounter, by Jane Yolen and illustrated by David Shannon (760L)

  • Exploring and Settling America, edited by E. D. Hirsch, Jr.

  • Follow the Dream: The Story of Christopher Columbus, by

Peter Sis

  • Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message, byChief Jake Swamp and illustrated by Edwin Printup, Jr.

  • Giving Thanks: The 1621 Harvest Feast, by Kate Waters

and photographed by Russ Kendall

  • The Golden Flower: A Taino Myth from Puerto Rico, by Nina Jaffe and illustrated by Enrique O. Sanchez (

  • If You Sailed on the Mayfl ower in 1620, by Ann McGovern

and illustrated by Anna DeVito

  • In 1492, by Jean Marzollo and illustrated by Steve Bjorkman

  • Me on the Map, by Joan Sweeney and illustrated by Annette

Cable

  • On the Mayfl ower, by Kate Waters and photographed by Russ Kendall

  • People of the Breaking Day, by Marcia Sewall

  • A Picture Book of Christopher Columbus, by David A. Adler

and illustrated by John and Alexandra Wallner

  • Pilgrims of Plymouth, by Susan E. Goodman

  • The Pilgrims’ First Thanksgiving, by Ann McGovern and

  • illustrated by Elroy Freem

  • The Pilgrims’ Thanksgiving from A to Z, by Laura Crawford and illustrated by Judith Hierstein

  • Samuel Eaton’s Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Boy, byKate Waters and photographed by Russ Kendall

  • Sarah Morton’s Day: A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Girl, by Kate Waters and photographed by Russ Kendall

  • The Seven Continents, by Wil Mara

  • Tapenum’s Day: A Wampanoag Indian Boy in Pilgrim Times, by Kate Waters and photographed by Russ Kendall

10

  • Charlie Needs a Cloak, by Tomie dePaola

  • The Elves and the Shoemaker, by Jim LaMarche

  • The Emperor’s New Clothes: A Tale Set in China, by Demi

  • A Horse’s Tale: A Colonial Williamsburg Adventure, by Susan Lubner and illustrated by Margie Moore

  • Ox-Cart Man, by Donald Hall and illustrated by Barbara Cooney

  • Stone Soup, by Marcia

  • Town Mouse, Country Mouse, by Jan Brett

  • Clothes in Colonial America, by Mark Thomas

  • Colonial Days: Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games,

  • Activities, and Recipes (American Kids in History Series), by David C. King

  • Colonial Families, by Verna Fisher

  • Colonial Farms, by Verna Fisher

  • Colonial Homes, by Verna Fisher

  • Colonial Jobs, by Verna Fisher

  • Colonial Kids: An Activity Guide to Life in the New World, by Laurie Carlson

  • Colonial Life, by Bobbie Kalman

  • Colonial Life (A True Book), by Brendan January

  • Colonial Times from A to Z, by Bobbie Kalman

  • Colonial Towns, by Verna Fisher

  • Explore Colonial America!: 25 Great Projects, Activities,

  • Experiments (Explore Your World series), by Verna Fisherand illustrated by Bryan Stone

  • Food in Colonial America, by Mark Thomas

  • Fun and Games in Colonial America, by Mark Thomas

  • The Home (Colonial American Crafts), by Judith Hoffman

Corwin

  • Homes in Colonial America, by Mark Thomas

  • If You Lived in Colonial Times, by Ann McGovern

and illustrated by June Otani (

  • If You Lived in Williamsburg in Colonial Days, by Barbara

Brenner and illustrated by Jennie Williams

  • Life in a Colonial Town (Picture the Past), by Sally Senzell Isaacs

  • The New Americans: Colonial Times: 1620-1689 (American

Story), by Betsy Maestro and illustrated by Giulio Maestro

  • Work in Colonial America, by Mark Thomas

11

  • And Still the Turtle Watched, by Sheila MacGill-Callahan and illustrated by Barry Moser

  • Arthur Turns Green, by Marc Brown

  • Blow! Air, by Núria Jiménez and Empar Jiménez and illustrated by Rosa M. Curto

  • Click! Energy, by Núria Jiménez and Empar Jiménez and illustrated by Rosa M. Curto

  • Compost Stew: An A to Z Recipe for the Earth, by MaryMcKenna Siddals and illustrated by Ashley Wolff

  • EcoArt! Earth-Friendly Art & Craft Experiences for 3– to 9–Year Olds, by Laurie Carlson

  • Garbage and Recycling (Young Discoverers: Environmental

  • Facts and Experiments), by Rosie Harlow and Sally Morgan

  • The Green Mother Goose: Saving the World One Rhyme at aTime, by Jan Peck and David Davis and illustrated by Carin Berger

  • I Am Water (Hello Reader! Level 1 Science), by Jean Marzollo and illustrated by Judith Moffatt

  • It’s Earth Day! (Little Critter), by Mercer Mayer

  • Just a Dream, by Chris Van Allsburg

  • The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss

  • Michael Recycle, by Ellie Bethel and illustrated by Alexandra Colombo

  • Rachel: The Story of Rachel Carson, by Amy Ehrlich and illustrated by Wendell Minor.

  • Recycle!: A Handbook for Kids, by Gail Gibbons

  • River Ran Wild, by Lynne Cherry

  • The Three Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (What Do You Know About?), by Núria Roca and illustrated by Rosa M. Curto

  • “Sarah Sylvia Cynthia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out,” from Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein

  • Splash! Water, by Núria Jiménez and Empar Jiménez and illustrated by Rosa M. Curto

  • Stories for a Fragile Planet: Traditional Tales About Caring for the Earth, by Kenneth Steven and Jane Ray

  • The Wartville Wizard, by Don Madden

  • Where Do Recyclable Materials Go? Read, Think, Recycle,by Sabbithry Persad

  • Where Does the Garbage Go?, by Paul Showers and illustrated by Randy Chewning

  • Why Should I Save Water? (Why Should I?), by Jen Green and illustrated by Mike Gordon

  • The Wump World, by Bill Peet

  • Yuck! Waste, by Núria Jiménez and Empar Jiménez and illustrated by Rosa M. Curto

12

  • A. Lincoln and Me by Louise Borden

  • Abe Lincoln’s Hat (Step into Reading, Step 2), by Martha Brenner

  • Abraham Lincoln (Real People), by Pamela Walker

  • Abraham Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books, by Kay Winters and illustrated by Nancy Carpenter

  • Barack Obama, Son of Promise, Child of Hope, by Nikki Grimes and illustrated by Bryan Collier

  • A Big Cheese for the White House: The True Tale of a Tremendous Cheddar, by Candace Fleming and illustrated by S. D. Schindler

  • George Washington, by Ingri and Edgar Parin d’Aulaire

  • George Washington (Welcome Books), by Philip Abraham

  • George Washington’s Teeth, by Deborah Chandra, Madeleine Comora, and Brock Cole

  • Grace for President, by Kelly S. DiPucchio and illustrated by LeUyen Pham

  • I Am George Washington, by Grace Norwich

  • I Pledge Allegiance, by Bill Martin Jr. and Michael Sampson

  • If I Ran For President, by Catherine Stier

  • If I Were President, by Catherine Stier and illustrated by DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan

  • The Legend of the Teddy Bear, by Frank Murphy

  • The Liberty Bell: An American Symbol (All about American Symbols), by Alison Eldridge and Stephen Eldridge

  • The Mount Rushmore Presidents, edited by E. D. Hirsch, Jr.

  • Mr. Lincoln’s Whiskers, by Karen B. Winnick

  • My Teacher for President, by Kay Winters

  • A Picture Book of Thomas Jefferson (Picture Book Biography), by David A. Adler

  • President Amanda’s Whistle-Stop Trip, by Sue Pyatt

  • The Star-Spangled Banner, illustrated by Peter Spier

  • The Statue of Liberty: An American Symbol (All about American Symbols), by Alison and Stephen Eldridge

  • What To Do About Alice?, by Barbara

  • The White House, by Lloyd G. Douglas

  • Woodrow, the White House Mouse, by Peter W. Barnes and Cheryl Shaw Barnes

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