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Mossy written and illustrated by Jan BrettGuided Reading Level: MMossy, the Eastern Box turtle, had a beautiful garden growing on her shell. Just as she was a make Scoot, a fellow turtle her friend, she was taken from her habitat and put into a museum. Mossy was adored by all, but was she happy?

Verdi by Janell CannonGuided Reading: OThis story focuses on a proud young python named Verdi. Sent out into the world by his mother to "grow up big and green," Verdi determines to do just the opposite.

Raccoon on His Own by Jim ArnoskyGrade Equivalent: 2.3A baby raccoon is separated from the rest of his family when he takes an unexpected journey down the river. He encounters the scary creatures like snakes and alligators. Will the baby raccoon find his family?

Bugs for Lunch written by Margery FacklamIllustrated by Sylvia LongGuided Reading: JThis story is about the different types a "creepy-crawlies" eaten by otheers. A bat, a gecko, a mouse, a toad, a trout, and a bear are among the diners represented, along with a Venus flytrap and some surprise guests: humans!

Cottontails: Little Rabbits of Field and Forestwritten by Ron FisherGuided Reading: MBeautifully photographed in vivid colors and brilliant detail, the National Geographic Society's nature series offers children both unique and familiar perspectives on animals common and exotic.

The Wolves Ate My HomeworkWritten by Faith McNulty and illustrated by Richard CourtneyGuided Reading: NA boy learns about wolves when he accompanies his older brother to a wildlife park to shoot a film about these ancestors of the pet dogs of today. What will he do when the wolves steal his bookbag?

The UmbrellaWritten and illustrated by Jan BrettGuided Reading: NA walk through the Costa Rican cloud forest provides a wonderfully lush setting for Jan Brett's beloved animal illustrations. When Carlos drops his umbrella to climb a tree for a better view of the animals, they all cram into the banana-leaf umbrella as it floats by — from the little tree frog to the baby tapir to the big jaguar and more.

Blueberries For SalWritten by Robery McCloskeyGuided Reading: MIn this classic picture book, little Sal becomes so involved in her blueberry picking, she doesn't notice that she's following the wrong mother — an equally startled mother bear.

From Seed to PlantBy Gail GibbonsGuided Reading: MAn interesting look into the basics of plant reproduction, pollen transference, seed dispersal and germination.

The Giving TreeBy Shel SilversteinGuided Reading: NEvery day the boy would come to the tree to eat her apples, swing from her branches, or slide down her trunk...and the tree was happy. But as the boy grew older he began to want more from the tree, and the tree gave and gave.

The Very Hungry Catepillarby Eric CarleGuided Reading: KA very hungry catepillar is hatched from an egg on a leaf in the night. The very hungry catepillar is VERY hungry and eats a lot!


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