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In the list below the first number in parenthesis is the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level; the second set of numbers is an arbitrary school grade interest level; and the third is the word count of the main body of the text. Some books do not have statistics associated with them. Such books are typically picture books or so-called easy readers. Many reading teachers of older children recognize these books can benefit their students with print disabilities.

Ecology of a Cracker Childhood by Janisse Ray
A memoir of a girl growing up in south Georgia along with lyrical passages describing the fauna and flora of the land. (6.7, 9 to 12, 66166 words)

Train Song by Diane Siebert Easy Reader
Rhymed text and illustrations describe the journeys of a variety of transcontinental trains. This title is also appropriate for older readers.

Mrs. Wishy-Washy by Joy Cowley Easy Reader
The cow, pig, and duck love the mud. Mrs. Wishy-Washy does not and the scrubbing begins.

Cry, The Beloved Country by Alan Paton
Stephen Kumalo, an elderly village priest and a Zulu native in South Africa in the 1940's, goes to search for family members in Johannesburg and finds disturbing information which he must deal. (4.1, 9 to 12, 84061 words)

No More Pranks by Monique Polak
Pete has to pull the most important prank of his life to bring about justice. (4.4, 9 to 12, 15940 words)

Feathers for Lunch by Lois Ehlert Easy Reader
An escaped housecat encounters twelve birds in the backyard but fails to catch any of them and has to eat feathers for lunch.

Five Little Monkeys Sitting in a Tree by Eileen Christelow  Easy Reader
Five little monkeys sitting in a tree discover, one by one, that it is unwise to tease Mr. Crocodile.

Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell  Easy Reader
Finally the zoo sends the perfect pet: a puppy!

George Washington's Socks by Elvira Woodruff
The American Revolutionary War Battle of Trenton is recounted in this time travel story. (4.2, 4 to 8, 36280 words)

Rosa Parks: My Story by Rosa Parks
This eloquent and straightforward autobiography is both inspiring and informative of one of the beginning events of the civil rights movement. (6.9, 6 to 12, 40678 words)

Steal Away Home by Lois Ruby
In two parallel stories, a Quaker family in Kansas in the late 1850s operates a station on the Underground Railroad, while almost 150 years later, twelve-year-old Dana moves into the same house and finds the skeleton of a black woman who helped the Quakers. (4.2, 4 to 8, 42487 words)

First Dog by J. Patrick Lewis Easy Reader
Dog travels the world looking for the perfect place to live, meeting dogs of many breeds before finally returning to Washington, DC, where he learns of a special family seeking a pet to live in their big, white house.

Froggy Goes to School by Jonathan London Easy Reader
Froggy is nervous about his first day of school, but, even though it's hard to sit still, he has a wonderful time.

The Berenstain Bears Go to School by Stan Berenstain  Easy Reader
Sister Bear, nervous about entering kindergarten, overcomes her fears when she discovers that school is really fun.

Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.? by Bonnie Bader
The legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. is chronicled in simple text and copious illustrations. (5.9, 4 to 8, 10334 words)

Zero To Hero by Henry Winkler
Billy Broccoli, with the help of his own personal ghost, overcomes the bullying of a another student. (4.4, 4 to 7, 28029 words)

Deliver Us from Evie by M.E. Kerr
Sixteen-year-old Parr Burrman and his family face some difficult times when word spreads through their rural Missouri town that his older sister is a lesbian, and she leaves the family farm to live with the daughter of the town's banker. (3.0, 9 to 12, 34567 words)

I Survived: The San Francisco Earthquake, 1906 by Lauren Tarshis
Eleven-year-old Leo is robbed of a gold nugget soon before an earthquake strikes San Francisco. (3.0, 4 to 8, 9763 words)

Lisa, Bright and Dark by John Neufeld
Even though the cultural references are not likely to be familiar to most teens, this remains a powerful story of a young girl who is losing her sanity and of her friends who fight to save her. (4.3, 9 to 12, 31873 words)

The Red Pony by John Steinbeck
Four stories are included in this novella that chronicle incidents in a young boy's life on a California ranch. (4.0, 9 to 12, 28259 words)

Winners Never Quit! by Mia Hamm Easy Reader
A young Mia Hamm learns the importance of team play over merely winning.

Play Ball with Me! by Lynn Reiser Easy Reader
Various ball games such as baseball and basketball are briefly described.

Quick as a Cricket by Audrey Wood Easy Reader
In this illustrated book a small boy is quick as a cricket, as sad as a basset and happy as a lark.

The Chaos Code by Justin Richards
Matt Stribling teams up with his new friend Robin to save the world from the same fate that condemned Atlantis. (4.2, 6 to 12, 87798 words)

Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan, which entails enduring the taunting and fear of his classmates as he struggles to be seen as just another student. (3.8, 4 to 12, 73891 words)

Shooting Kabul by N.H. Senzai
Escaping from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan in the summer of 2001, eleven-year-old Fadi and his family immigrate to the San Francisco Bay Area, where Fadi schemes to return to the Pakistani refugee camp where his little sister was accidentally left behind. (5.1, 6 to 12, 47341 words)

Winter's Tail: How One Little Dolphin Learned to Swim Again Easy Reader
A little dolphin loses its tail and learns to swim with a new prosthetic tail.

Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurricane Katrina, Friendship, and Survival by Kirby Larson Easy Reader
A blind cat and a dog bond together after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.

Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine & a Miracle by Brian Dennis Easy Reader
The story of a Marine in Afghanistan who befriends a homeless dog and the story of a homeless dog who befriends a Marine in Afghanistan.

Matter Comes in All Shapes by Amy S. Hansen Easy Reader
Matter is simply described in this book.

Recycle: A Handbook for Kids by Gail Gibbons Easy Reader
Explains the process of recycling from start to finish and discusses what happens to paper, glass, aluminum cans, and plastic when they are recycled into new products.

Hit and Run by Lurlene McDaniel
Events surrounding the hit and run accident of a popular high school student are told from the viewpoints of those involved, including the victim. (3.8, 9 to 12, 30672 words)

From Farm to Store by Wallace Boten Easy Reader
Discusses how peanuts are grown, harvested, and processed into peanut butter in an easy-to-read text that incorporates phonics instruction.

The Great Trash Bash Easy Reader
The animal citizens of Beaston discover better ways to recycle and control their trash.

Joy School by Elizabeth Berg
This coming of age sequel to Durable Goods follows the unrequited romantic feelings of 13 year old Katie towards a 23-year-old man along with problems in school and at home she is encountering. (2.5, 9 to 12, 48363 words)

No Way Out by Peggy Kern
Harold Davis believes his grandmother is unable to pay her bills so he becomes a drug dealer to help her. (3.5, 7 to 12, 24084 words)

Blood on the River: James Town 1607 by Elisa Carbone
Traveling to the New World in 1606 as the page to Captain John Smith, twelve-year-old orphan Samuel Collier settles in the new colony of James Town, where he must quickly learn to distinguish between friend and foe. (4.2, 4 to 8, 49939 words)

Where Does the Garbage Go? by Paul Showers Easy Reader
Explains how people create too much waste and how waste is now recycled and put into landfills.

In My World by Lois Ehlert Easy Reader
Abstract pictures of nature and simple captions characterize this book.

We're Rabbits by Lisa Westberg Peters Easy Reader
Rabbits invade a young gardener's garden in the hopes of finding carrots to eat.

I Survived: The Shark Attacks of 1916 by Lauren Tarshis
This fictional story is based on true events of shark attacks in New Jersey before it was believed that sharks would attack humans. (2.8, 3 to 7, 9531 words)

Wait Till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn
Molly comes to terms with her step-sister when she finally realizes she is telling the truth about a ghost. (3.7, 4 to 7, 37268 words)

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Hazel and Augustus have cancer and fall in love after meeting at a support group for kids with cancer. They ponder and struggle not just with their cancer but over their place in the universe. The story contains sexual episodes and some profanity. (4.9, 9 to 12, 65846 words)

William's Doll by Charlotte Zolotow Easy Reader
William wants a doll to practice being a father but he is mocked and called a sissy.

A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron
A dog with multiple lives eventually finds its purpose. This tale (or is it "tail"?) will likely charm and amuse even those not enamored by dogs. (4.9, 7 to 12, 83226 words)

Skeleton Man by Joseph Bruchac
After her parents disappear and she is turned over to the care of a strange "great-uncle," Molly must rely on her dreams about an old Mohawk story for her safety and maybe even for her life. (3.6, 4 to 7, 20907 words)

Tears of a Tiger by Sharon M. Draper
The death of high school basketball star Rob Washington in an automobile accident affects the lives of his close friend Andy, who was driving the car, and many others in the school. (3.3, 9 to 12, 31982 words)

Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson
The true story of a blind man, his guide dog, and the triumph of trust at ground zero. (6.5, 9 to 12, 48964 words)

Whose Shoe? by Margaret Miller Easy Reader
Illustrates a variety of footwear and matches each wearer with the appropriate shoe.

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
When high school student Clay Jensen receives a box in the mail containing several cassette tapes recorded by his classmate Hannah, who committed suicide, he spends a bewildering and heartbreaking night crisscrossing their town, listening to Hannah's voice recounting the events leading up to her death. (2.8, 9 to 12, 62697)

Sunset of the Sabertooth (No. 7) by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
The magic tree house transports Jack and Annie on a mission to the Ice Age where they encounter Cro-Magnons, cave bears, sabertooth tigers, and woolly mammoths.

The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
Randy Pausch, a computer science professor, discusses ways to overcome obstacles and reach for one's dreams. Pausch has terminal pancreatic cancer. (5.9, 9 to 12, 43507 words)

December 3, 2011

Midnight on the Moon (No. 8) by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
Jack and Annie go to the moon to find the final clue to free Morgan le Fay.

The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg Easy Reader
Illustrations and captions in this book provide a starting point for readers to come up with their own stories to accompany the illustrations.

The Teacher from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler Easy Reader
A young boy imagines his new teacher as a green slithery reptile.

Abraham Lincoln (True Book) by Peter Benoit
A brief biography of Lincoln with lots of pictures and a low word count make this book an easier read than the Flesch-Kincaid reading level score asserts. (9.1, 4 to 12, 3040 words)

Electricity (True Book) by Matt Mullins
Aspects of electricity are explained along with a timeline history of highlights of discoveries of the nature of electricity. (6.6, 4 to 12, 3029 words)

Father's Arcane Daughter by E.L. Konigsburg
Kidnapped seventeen years before, a man's daughter by a former marriage appears at his new home in Pittsburgh and affects the entire family. The title of this book has, unfortunately, been changed to a less arcane title--My Father's Daughter. (4.7, 6 to 12, 25485 words)

Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper
Considered by many to be mentally retarded, a brilliant, impatient fifth-grader with cerebral palsy discovers something that will allow her to speak for the first time. (3.4, 4 to 12, 57372 words)

Big Mouth and Ugly Girl by Joyce Carol
When sixteen-year-old Matt is falsely accused of threatening to blow up his high school and his friends turn against him, an unlikely classmate comes to his aid. (4.3, 9 to 12, 55321 words)

Forgotten by Cat Patrick
Sixteen-year-old London Lane forgets everything each night and must use notes to struggle through the day, but she "remembers" future events and as her "flashforwards" become more disturbing she realizes she must learn more about the past or it just may destroy her future with her family and the wonderful boyfriend whose very presence helps. (3.9, 7 to 12, 55720 words)

Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard
After one of their group mysteriously disappears, four high school girls find their friendship strained when they begin receiving taunting messages from someone who seems to know their secrets. The plot contains profanity and sexual situations. Book #1. (4.2, 9 to 12, 59323 words)


September 10, 2011

The Chippewa by Alice Osinski Easy Reader
Presents a brief history of the Chippewa Indians describing their customs and traditions and how they are maintained in the modern world.

Thank You, Sarah: The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving Easy Reader
Relates how Sarah Hale, a magazine editor and author, persuaded President Lincoln to transform Thanksgiving Day into a national holiday.

Respect and Take Care of Things by Cheri J. Meiners Easy Reader
Everything has a place. Things last longer when we take care of them. Includes ideas for adult-led activities and discussions.

Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson
After being sold to a cruel couple in New York City, a slave named Isabel spies for the rebels during the Revolutionary War. (3.8, 7 to 12, 75654 words)

There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar
An unmanageable but loveable eleven-year old misfit learns to believe in himself when he gets to know the new school counselor, who is a sort of misfit too. (2.6, 4 to 8, 36560 words)

Loser by Jerry Spinelli
Even though his classmates from first grade on have considered him strange and a loser, Donald Zinkoff s optimism and exuberance and the support of his loving family do not allow him to feel that way about himself. (3.6, 4 to 8, 26576 words)

Karen by Marie Killilea
A mother tells a heartwarming story of her family and young daughter growing-up with cerebral palsy. (6.1, 9 to 12, 88422 words)

Scrambled Eggs at Midnight by Brad Barkley
Calliope and Eliot, two fifteen-year-olds in Asheville, North Carolina, begin to acknowledge some unpleasant truths about their parents and form their own ideas about love. (4.8, 7 to 12, 67094 words)

Lost and Found by Anne Schraff
Darcy Wills is in big trouble. And she does not know where to turn for help. First there was the mysterious stranger who started following her. Then there was the threatening note left on her desk at Bluford High School. And now her sister has disappeared. Forced into a desperate race against time, Darcy must take action to save her sister--and her fragile family--before it is too late. (4.2, 7 to 12, 24119 words)

August 5, 2011

Flip by Martyn Bedford
A teenager wakes up inside another boy's body and faces a life-or-death quest to return to his true self or be trapped forever in the wrong existence. (4.2, 9 to 12, 67633 words)

Secrets in the Shadows by Anne Schraff
Roylin behaves foolishly when he meets a new girl in school and one thing leads to another and he is accused of murder. (4.0, 7 to 12, 23318 words)

The Knight at Dawn (No. 2) by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
Eight-year-old Jack and his younger sister Annie use the magic tree house to travel back to the Middle Ages, where they explore a castle and are helped by a mysterious knight.

Pirates Past Noon (No. 4) by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
The magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps, hidden gold, and nasty pirates.

The Greenhouse Effect by Darlene R. Stille Easy Reader
Describes the causes and effects of the greenhouse effect and how it might be stopped.

Ten Miles Past Normal by Frances O'Roark Dowell
Because living with "modern-hippy" parents on a goat farm means fourteen-year-old Janie Gorman cannot have a normal high school life, she tries joining Jam Band, making friends with Monster, and spending time with elderly former Civil Rights workers. (5.4, 7 to 12, 46476 words)

Trapped by Michael Northrop
Seven high school students are trapped in their school as a massive snowstorm swirls outside and they are threatened by a collapsing roof. A decision has to be made whether to go for help or chance that the roof will hold. (4.1, 7 to 12, 59506 words)

Heat by Mike Lupica
Pitching prodigy Michael Arroyo is on the run from social services after being banned from playing Little League baseball because rival coaches doubt that he is only twelve years old and he has no parents to offer them proof. (5.0. 5 to 10. 59106 words)

I Am Potential: Eight lesson on Living, Loving, and Reaching Your Dreams by Patrick Henry Hughes
Despite being born with devastating birth defects Patrick Henry Hughes lives a life of joy and accomplishment. (6.6, 7 to 12, 59571 words)

June 29, 2011

Judy Moody Was in a Mood. Not a Good Mood. A Bad Mood. by Megan McDonald Easy Reader
A chapter book in which 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 and begins creating her masterpiece, the Me collage.

Afternoon on the Amazon (No. 6) by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
Eight-year-old Jack, his seven-year-old sister, Annie, and Peanut the mouse ride in a tree house to the Amazon rain forest, where they encounter flesh-eating piranhas, hungry crocodiles, and wild jaguars. (1.7, K to 4, 4846 words))

A Matter of Trust by Anne Schraff
Darcy likes Harkeem and so does Brisana. This competition for Harkeem places Harkeem in a position of power. But he fails to exploit the situation and behaves honorably. (4.1, 6 to 12, 22562 words)

The Thirteen Colonies Easy Reader
Discusses events that led to the founding of the Thirteen Colonies.

The Declaration of Independence by Dennis B. Fradin Easy Reader
Examines the political situation in America at the time of the troubles between England and her colonies there and describes how the Declaration of Independence was written and accepted.

The Story of King Arthur and His Knights: Retold from the Howard Pyle Original by Tania Zamorsky
An abridged version of the adventures and exploits of King Arthur and his knights at the court of Camelot and elsewhere in the land of the Britons. (6.1. 5 to 9, 19037 words)

Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Still moping months after being dumped by her Arizona boyfriend Leo, Stargirl, a home-schooled free spirit, writes "the world's longest letter" to Leo, describing her new life. (3.0, 6 to 12, 61393 words)

Something Upstairs by Avi
When he moves from Los Angeles to Providence, Rhode Island, Kenny discovers that his new house is haunted by the spirit of a black slave boy who asks Kenny to return with him to the early nineteenth century and prevent his murder by slave traders. (3.2, 5 to 9, 23173 words)

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi
As the lone "young lady" on a transatlantic voyage in 1832, Charlotte learns that the captain is murderous and the crew rebellious. (3.8. 5 to 9, 53656 words)

May 16, 2011

I Went Walking by Sue Williams Easy Reader
During the course of a walk, a young boy identifies animals of different colors.

Mummies in the Morning by Mary Pope Osborne Easy Reader
Jack and his younger sister take a trip in their tree house back to ancient Egypt, where they help a queen's mummy continue her voyage to the Next Life. (1.6, 1 to 4, 5159 Words)

Is Your Mama a Llama? by Deborah Guarino Easy Reader
A young llama asks his animal friends if their mamas are llamas and they answer by identifying the type of animal they are. All is in rhyme.

What Did I Look Like When I Was a Baby? by Jeanne Willis  Easy Reader
The title, as a question, is asked by animals throughout the world and they all get the answer that they looked like some in their family. That is, all except the bullfrog.

Animal Dads by Sneed B Collard III  Easy Reader
Illustrations and simple text describe how the males of different species help take care of their young.

Talk and Work it Out by Cheri J. Meiners  Easy Reader
Concrete steps a youngster can take to get along with others.

Mockingbird by Kathryn Erskine
Ten-year-old Caitlin, who has Asperger's syndrome, struggles to understand emotions, show empathy, and make friends at school, while at home she seeks closure by working on a project with her father. (2.4, 4 to 7, 36200 words)

Catch Me If You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake by Frank W. Abagnal
The amazing true story of the youngest and most daring con man in the history of fun and profit! (6.7, 9 to 12, 80848 words)

Moon over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
Twelve-year-old Abilene Tucker is the daughter of a drifter who, in the summer of 1936, sends her to stay with an old friend in Manifest, Kansas, where he grew up, and where she hopes to find out some things about his past. (4.4, 5 to 12, 81587 words)

The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick
When the mothers of four sixth-grade girls with very different personalities pressure them into forming a book club, they find, as they read and discuss Little Women, that they have much more in common than they could have imagined. (4.1, 5 to 9, 57021 words)

Let the Circle Be Unbroken by Mildred D. Taylor
Four black children growing up in rural Mississippi during the Depression experience racial antagonisms and hard times, but learn from their parents the pride and self-respect they need to survive. (4.3, 5 to 12, 112770 words)

Peak by Roland Smith
A fourteen-year-old boy attempts to be the youngest person to reach the top of Mount Everest. (3.9, 5 to 12, 63363 words)

Red Kayak by Priscilla
Living near the water on Maryland's Eastern Shore, thirteen-year-old Brady and his best friends J.T. and Digger become entangled in a tragedy that tests their friendship and their ideas about right and wrong. (4.0, 4 to 12, 50714 words)

March 26, 2011

From Alice to Zen and Everyone in Between by Elizabeth Atkinson
Upon moving from Boston to the suburbs, eleven-year-old tomboy Alice meets Zen, a very strange neighbor who is determined to help her become popular when they both begin middle school, although he himself is a loner. (4.3, 4 to 7, 39418 words)

The Children of Willesden Lane: Beyond the Kindertransport: by Mona Golabek
Concert pianist Mona Golabek writes of her mother's experience during World War II and of her mother's enduring legacy to her daughters, the gift of music. (5.8, 9 to 12, 69141 words)

The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
This is the Definitive Edition which includes omitted portions from the original published diary. It reveals a more complicated girl who is extraordinarily precocious with dreams and ambitions that are cut short by the Holacaust. (6.3, 9 to 12, 102547 words)

The Natural by Bernard Malamud
Roy Hobbs finally gets his chance as a Major League baseball player at age 34. His saga tells us more than just a story of baseball. (5.1, 9 to 12, 72799 words)

A Night to Remember by Walter Lord
This tragic tale is largely drawn from accounts by survivors of the sinking of the Titanic after hitting an iceberg. The unthinkable does happen despite assurances from experts who proclaimed the ship unsinkable. A cautionary tale with relevance today. (6.9, 9 to 12, 46274 words)

March 9, 2011

Sunshine Makes the Seasons by Franklyn M. Branley Easy Reader
Describes how the season change as a result of the change in sunshine striking the earth due to the rotation of the earth and the tilt of the earth on its axis.

Fancy Nancy: The Dazzling Book Report by Jane O'Connor Easy Reader
Nancy is determined to make the cover of her very first book report as fancy as she can, but she spends so much time on it that she has no time to write about the book.

Touch It! Materials, Matter and You by Adrienne Mason Easy Reader
Explores characteristics of materials such as their feel, their mass and magnetic properties.

The BFG by Roald Dahl
Sophie is snatched by the BFG, Big Friendly Giant, and taken to a place inhabited by other not so nice giants who must be stopped from eating "human beans". (4.0, 4 to 6, 37481words)

Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story by Ken Mochizuki
The story of a Japanese diplomat who saves the lives of thousands of Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi soldiers during World War II. (5.4, 5 to 8, 2206 words)

The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan
Carter and Sadie Kane are descendents of Egyptian magicians and they are given the task to deteat the god Set after he is released accidentally.Humanity is imperiled so long as Set is free. (3.4, 5 to 8, 125404 words)

In Cold Blood: A True Account of a Multiple Murder and its Consequences by Truman Capote
This is the true story of the murder of a Kansas farm family and the capture, trial and eventual execution of the perpetrators. (6.4, 9 to 12, 123080 words)

Shane by Jack Schaefer
A drifter with a mysterious past helps out homesteaders in their conflict with a rancher in Wyoming. (4.1, 9 to 12, 44300 words)

Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
From the World War Two firebombing of Dresden to the distant planet called Tralfamadore, the reader follows Billy Pilgrim in his attempt to understand the natures of time and existence. (7.6, 9 to 12, 49685 words)



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