The best books for beginning readers from 2006 to the present.


Fox the Tiger

by Tabor, Corey R, author, illustrator.
Call Number: xz IR

Charlie & Mouse

by Snyder, Laurel,
Call Number: xz IR

Two brothers have a really great day using their imaginations.  Series.


We Are Growing!

by Keller, Laurie, author, illustrator.
Call Number: xz IR

Don't Throw it to Mo!

by Adler, David A,
Call Number: xz IR

(Gr. K-2)  Mo is the youngest kid on the Robins football team. The kids on the rival team tease him for being a 'butterfingers' who's too tiny to catch the ball. But Mo's coach has a plan up his sleeve to turn Mo's little size into a big win for the Robins.  


You Are (Not) Small

by Kang, Anna,
Call Number: xz

The Watermelon Seed

by Pizzoli, Greg.
Call Number: xz

Up, Tall and High!

by Long, Ethan.
Call Number: xz

Tales for very picky eaters

by Schneider, Josh, 1980-
Call Number: xz IR

Bink & Gollie

by DiCamillo, Kate.
Call Number: x

Join sock-loving Bink and pancake-making Gollie as they roller skate, talk on the phone, and climb the Andes Mountains! This is the first in a series.


Benny and Penny in the Big No-No!: A Toon Book

by Hayes, Geoffrey.
Call Number: xz IR GN

Are you ready to play outside?

by Willems, Mo.
Call Number: xz IR

There is a Bird on Your Head!

by Willems, Mo.
Call Number: xz IR

Zelda and Ivy, the Runaways

by Kvasnosky, Laura McGee.
Call Number: xz IR