As Library staff, if we know the skills that are expected at each grade level we can intentionally choose books that will support the skill or topic.
Many of these books have online activities. Primary. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joyce. Wild About Books by Judy Sierra. Library Mouse (Library Mouse #1) by Daniel Kirk. Our Library by Eve Bunting. The Wonderful Book by Leonid Gore. The Library by Sarah Stewart. Miss Mary's Missing Book Bag by Mark Wayne Adams. Dewey: There's a Cat in the Library! by Vicki Myron. Learning about Plagiarism by Brook Berg. The Great Dewey Hunt by Toni Buzzeo. The Library Gingerbread Man by Dotti Enderle. What Marion Taught Willis by Brook Berg. Karl and Carolina Uncover the Parts of a Book by Sandy Bridget Donovan.
What Are Nonfiction Genres? by Valerie Bodden. What Are Legends, Folktales, and Other Classic Stories? by Lisa Owings. What Are Fiction Genres? by Valerie Bodden. Learning about Fiction by Martha E.H. Rustad. Learning about Nonfiction by Martha E.H. Rustad. Learning about Folktales, Fables, and Fairy Tales by Martha E.H. Rustad. The Parts of a Book by Martha E.H. Rustad. How Books Are Made by Martha E.H. Rustad. Learning about Fiction by Martha E.H. Rustad. Bored Bella Learns about Fiction and Nonfiction by Sandy Bridget Donovan. We're Going on a Book Hunt by Pat Miller. Penelope Popper: Book Doctor by Toni Buzzeo. Penelope Popper: Book Doctor by Toni Buzzeo. What Happened to Marion's Book? by Brook Berg. Read It, Don't Eat It! by Ian Schoenherr. Goldie Socks and the Three Libearians by Jackie Mims Hopkins.
The Shelf Elf Helps Out by Jackie Mims Hopkins. 96682. Mr. Wiggle Looks for Answers by Carol Thompson. Mr. Wiggle's Library, Grades PK - 2 by Carol Thompson. Mr. Wiggle Loves to Read by Carol Thompson. Mr. Wiggle's Book by Paula M. Craig. Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing by Judi Barrett. Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen.