An exuberant toddler, who has learned the power of the word "more," keeps his family busy with endless games, tickles and storybooks, while discovering the innumerable, wonderful things in his world. [Lexile: AD320]
What good can a splash of color do in a community of gray? As Mira and her neighbors discover, more than you might ever imagine! [Lexile: AD580]
It's early morning in the jungle and the little gorilla is NOT happy. Someone has woken him up! As the mystery unfolds, we learn about a chain of events involving an assortment of animals who all played a part.
In this charming, second-person narrative, our little boy hero imparts his infinite knowledge of how to dress a dragon, a task that isn't quite as easy as it may seem. [Lexile: AD540]
If the crayons cannot stop the scribble monster, this picture book and the play "Frankencrayon" may have to be cancelled.
Two children use different shapes to create a bull, a clown, a fish and other forms.
A buzzy fly and a mischievous kitten make a mess on the farm in this contemporary twist on a classic rhyme.
Whether celebrating life's joyous milestones or observing the wonder of everyday moments, this book is perfect for wishers. [Lexile: AD360]
Explore the many forms that fear can take and the importance of overcoming it.
A rollicking book that reminds young readers to go outside and play!
Meet Little Panda. He's awake and ready for adventure. Where will his feet take him? Do they walk a normal walk down a normal street, or will they find a new way to carry him through the day?
Ellie the elephant's relaxing bath is disrupted by splashing friends, prompting her to suck up all of the water into her trunk until everyone else leaves.
Two young buckaroos wake up, sneak past the sheriff (Mom) and head outside, using Spanish words as they go. [Lexile: AD110]
An African wild dog, a warthog, a lion and an elephant argue about the animal each sees through the hole in the wall - which turns out to be a mirror.
If you give a child a box, who can tell what will happen next? It may become a library or a boat. It could set the scene for a fairy tale or a wild expedition. [Lexile: AD280]
This gorgeously illustrated picture book is full of relatable facts from everyday life that help make the size and habits of the blue whale easily comprehensible and engaging. [Lexile: AD1060]
The story of how a doodling kid grew up to become Dr. Seuss. [Lexile: 590]
Learn about all kinds of frogs, from exotic species to the common greenish-brown specimens found in backyards, by studying up on their characteristics, life cycles and habitats. [Lexile: AD600]
revised May 2016
Lexile measures indicate the difficulty of a text. The higher the number, the more difficult a text.
Students may take a test to learn their Lexile reader measure, which they can match against a text's measure to find books that they are more likely to understand.
Learn more about the The Lexile Framework for Reading.