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I Wonder ... Reasons Why You Sneeze and More

by Maureen Mecozzi Lisa Chesters

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If You Won 100 Dollars (Rigby Literacy by Design)

by Bob Mccall

What would YOU do?

Is the Wise Owl Wise? (Rigby Literacy by Design #Level 14)

by Shoo Rayner

Rigby Star Storytelling offers you fantastic new Audio Big Book versions of a selection of titles from the Rigby Star Guided Reading range. With their lively illustrations, engaging stories and accompanying audio tracks, these carefully selected Big Book titles are ideal for whole-class reading activities and bring storytelling to life in the classroom.

Is This My Classroom?

by Ellen M. Balla Joy Allen

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It's Magnetic! (Rigby Literacy by Design)

by Richard Torrey Helen Greathead

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Jaime Escalante: A Man Who Made a Difference (Rigby Literacy by Design)

by Darleen Ramos

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The Japanese Giant Hornet

by Kristin Cashore

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Jungle Jenny

by Nicole Wong Siân Lewis

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Kakadu Jack

by Brenda Parkes Guy Parker-Rees

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Keeping Up with Claire (Rigby Literacy by Design)

by Karen J. Guralnick Meg Cichon García Scott Angle

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Kimiko Quest

by Tim Kinard Stan Gorman

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Kitchen Table Science

by Elena Martin

*Finalist for the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism* *A Publishers Weekly Top 10 Literary Criticism and Essays Pick for Spring 2012* The first work of prose by the brilliant poet Kevin Young, winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize Taking its title from Danger Mouse’s pioneering mashup of Jay-Z’s The Black Album and the Beatles’ The White Album, Kevin Young’s encyclopedic book combines essay, cultural criticism, and lyrical choruses to illustrate the African American tradition of lying—storytelling, telling tales, fibbing, improvising, “jazzing. ” What emerges is a persuasive argument for the many ways that African American culture is American culture, and for the centrality of art—and artfulness—to our daily life. Moving from gospel to soul, funk to freestyle, Young sifts through the shadows, the bootleg, the remix, the grey areas of our history, literature, and music.

The Land and Water of the United States: A Dictionary

by Dixie Lee Petrokis

Luka and the Fire of Life

Lazy, Lonely Roley

by Jeanne Willis Joe Boddy

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The Legend of the Bluebonnet

by Diana Kizlauskas Pat Cusick Ripton

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The Life of Rosa Parks

by Cynthia Mercati

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Little Dragon Boats

by Betty Kwong-Lee Chi Chung

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Living in the Extreme

by Lisa Trumbauer

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Long, Long Ago

by Marcia Vaughan Francesca Carabelli

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Making Butter

by M. C. Hall

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Many Ways to Work

by Abby Jackson

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The Monster Pet

by Jan Pie Kowski

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The Monster Pet

by Jan Pie Kowski

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More Water, Please!: Animals in Dry Places

by Jack Lantz

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Mount St. Helens: A Mountain Explodes

by Gary Miller

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