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ronald
ronald asks:
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Learning to Reads for First Graders?

Can Someone recommend books that would be good for first graders to read? This would be helpful to me and I am sure many other parents would like to know.
In Topics: Helping my child with reading
> 60 days ago

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Gail4
Gail4 writes:
As a first grade teacher, here are a few that I would recommend:

a)Stella Luna --Janell Cannon
b)Where the Wild things are --Maurice Sendack
c)The Tiny Seed -- Eric Carle
d) Bringing the Rain To Kapiti Plain --Berna Aardema
e) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs -- Judi Barrett

I hope you enjoy these. If you need more send a message.
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michaelbartone
michaelbart... writes:
As a former 1st grade teacher there are so many 1st grade books out there! Here are some great books for both parent and child:

1. My Brother Martin by Christin King Ferris
2. And to Think You Though We'd Never Be Friends by Mary Ann Hoberman
3. If a Bus Could Talk: The Story of Rosa Parks by Faith Ringgold
4. The Sissy Duckling by Harvey Fierstein

Enjoy! Do you have any books for us??
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JSorrentino
JSorrentino writes:
"Three Tales of My Father's Dragon" by Ruth Stiles Gannett is a great series for kids of this age range. It's the story of a resourceful young man named Elmer Elevator who runs away with an old alley cat, in order to rescue a baby dragon. Armed only with the random collection of things he managed to stuff into his pockets-- a magnifying glass, a brush, and a few sticks of chewing gum-- he must outsmart a progression of savage beasts who'd love to have him for lunch. The short chapters and simple vocabulary make this a perfect first chapter book.
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