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Book Recommendations
Recomendaciones del Libro

Some of our favorite books for young readers.
Nuestros libros favoritos para lectores jóvenes.

guest readers (2)

The Word Collector
by Peter H. Reynolds
Read by Storytime Now!
STAIR At Home May Book of the Month
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Harold and the Purple Crayon
by Crockett Johnson
Read by Hearts and Heroes Read Alouds
STAIR At Home April Book of the Month
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The Most Magnificent Thing
by Ashley Spires
Read by Mr. Paulson Reads
STAIR At Home March Book of the Month
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A Sick Day for Amos McGee
by Philip C. Stead, illustrated by Erin E. Stead
Read by Story Time Mom Shy
www.storytimemom.com
STAIR At Home February Book of the Month
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The Snowy Day
by Ezra Jack Keats
Narration and sound by Napoleon Maddox, animation by Jay Boucher

Presented by Ezra Jack Keats Foundation
STAIR At Home January Book of the Month
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Scaredy Squirrel
by Mélanie Watt
Read by Shon's Stories
STAIR At Home December Book of the Month
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The Day You Begin/El Día En Que Descubres Quién Eres
by Jacqueline Woodson, illustrated by Rafael López
Bilingual reading by DuPage Children's Museum
STAIR At Home November Book of the Month
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I Promise
by LeBron James, illustrated by Nina Mata
Read by Nina Mata
STAIR At Home October Book of the Month
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Anonymouse: A Story About Pen Pals
by Caroline Rose Kraft, illustrated by Megan E. Cangelose
Read by Miss Barb
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Cecily Cicada
by Kita Helmetag Murdock, illustrated by Patsy Helmetag
Read by Miss Adrienne
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Last Stop on Market Street
by Matt de la Peña, illustrated by Christian Robinson
Read by Miss Jernelle
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It's Okay to Be Different
by Todd Parr
Read by Todd Parr
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Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!
by Mo Willems
Read by Mr. Joe
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Mr. Pine's Mixed-Up Signs
story and pictures by Leonard Kessler
Read by Miss Carol
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Mr. Pine's Purple House
story and pictures by Leonard Kessler
Read by Miss Carol
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The Rabbit Listened
by Cori Doerrfeld
Read by Miss Melissa
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Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses
by Kimberly & James Dean
Read by Miss Betty
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Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes
by Kimberly & James Dean
Read by Miss Betty
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Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party
by Kimberly & James Dean
Read by Miss Betty

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Pete the Cat: Too Cool for School
by James Dean and Kimberly Dean
Read by Miss Barbara

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Dragons Love Tacos
by Adam Rubin, illustrated by Daniel Salmieri
Read by Mr. Joe

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Grumpy Monkey
by Suzanne Lang, illustrated by Max Lang
Read by Miss Melissa
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How Do Dinosaurs Learn Their Colors?
by Jane Yolen, illustrated by Mark Teague
Read by Mr. Mike

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A Loud Winter's Nap
written and illustrated by Katy Hudson
Read by Miss Barb
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Philomena's New Glasses
by Brenna Maloney
Read by Miss Nancy

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Not Your Typical Dragon
by Dan Bar-el, illustrated by Tim Bowers
Read by Miss Paula

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Amazing Grace
by Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Caroline Binch
Read by Mr. Stew

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Rot, the Cutest in the World!
written and illustrated by Ben Clanton
Read by Miss Nancy

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Quiet Please, Owen McPhee!
by Trudy Ludwig, illustrated by Patrice Barton
Read by Miss Nancy

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Miss Nelson is Missing
by Hary Allard, illustrated by James Marshall
Read by Mr. Stew

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Stellaluna
by Janell Cannon
Read by Mr. Stew

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When We Were Very Young
by A. A. Milne
Selected poems read by Miss Carol
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Big Egg
by Molly Coxe
Read by Miss Jernelle
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Alan's Big Scary Teeth
by Jarvis
Read by Miss Barb
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Jabari Tries
by Gaia Cornwall
Read by Miss Barb
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Peppa's Chinese New Year
illustrated by Eone
Read by Miss Dottie
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Homophones
presented by Miss Kathy
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Phonemic Awareness Lesson: Word Families
presented by Miss Kathy
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Nouns and Verbs
presented by Miss Kathy
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Statements and Questions
presented by Miss Kathy
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Contractions
presented by Miss Dottie
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Past and Present Tense Verbs
presented by Miss Kathy
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Common Nouns vs. Proper Nouns
presented by Miss Kathy
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Beginning Consonant Blends
presented by Miss Dottie
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Vocabulary Lesson: List, Group Label
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High Frequency Words Lesson: Read, Spell, Write Practice
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Reading Comprehension Lesson: The Retelling Glove
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Building Fluency
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Practicing L Blends
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Sound Hunter "S"
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Vowel Boot Camp
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Word Walls 2!
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Shush! Letter Blends
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AACPS Elementary Reading, Integrated Literacy & Foundational Literacy Skills
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AACPS Unites: Celebrating Diversity in Literacy
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SAIL Free Student Library Account from AACPL
Cuentas de biblioteca gratuitas para estudiantes
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TumbleBooks: Animated eBooks for Kids
Free from Anne Arundel County Public Library!
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Libby Mobile Library App
Download the free app to borrow eBooks and audiobooks from AACPL / Descargar la aplicación gratuita para pedir prestados libros electrónicos y audiolibros de la biblioteca
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ReadingVine
Free, personalized reading skills practice.
Práctica gratuita y personalizada de habilidades de lectura.
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Just Books Read Aloud
Huge collection of video stories!
¡Enorme colección de historias de vídeo gratis!
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Reading 101: A Guide for Parents
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Getting the Most Out of Nonfiction Reading Time
Sacar el mayor provecho de la lectura de no ficción
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Storytime Questions to Improve Reading Comprehension
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Writing Practice: A Friendly Poem
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Writing Practice: Create Your Own Comic!
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Making a Sight Word Wall
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Starfall: Early Literacy Games Online
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Four Easy Ways to Build a Child's Vocabulary
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Story Blanks Activity
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Fun with Word Shapes
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End Consonant Blends Worksheet
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Identifying Cause and Effect
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