Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Positive Report Card Comments: Student Work Habits

Positive Report Card Comments: Student Work Ethics and Work Habits


Your child:
  1. quickly understands new academic strategies, concepts and ideas.
  2. works tirelessly to understand new academic strategies, concepts and ideas.
  3. keeps organized by using agendas, graphic organizers, check list, and SMART academic goals.
  4. your child models excellence in all school activities. 
  5. has high standards and produces high quality work.
  6. practices self advocacy, they seek advice and guidance to deepen their understanding.
  7. completes and checks classwork thoroughly, using multiple strategies and heuristics before submitting it.
  8. is a model scholar, they are curious, and show an eagerness to learn and be challenged
  9. stays on task and focused with little or no supervision.
  10. displays great focus and self-discipline.
  11. learns from errors and mistakes through seeking feedback and reflection.
  12. creates impressive genius hour/makerspace projects.
  13. is a conscientious, detail oriented student...
  14. works independently and keeps focused especially on...
  15. is a self-motivated student.
  16. consistently completes classwork/homework with precision, care, and a positive attitude.
  17. always puts forth their best effort into all assignments.
  18. exceeds expectations with the quality of their work.
  19. is a conscientious, responsible, hard-working student.
  20. is industrious and a self starter. 
  21. works independently and carefully.
  22. is highly motivated and their work-ethic exceeds the teachers expectations.
  23. consistently shows great perseverance on difficult and rigorous tasks.
  24. puts forth their best effort into homework assignments.
  25. exceeds expectations with the quality of their work.

Positive Report Card Words

accomplished, adept, apt, alert, amazing, artistic, articulate, assiduous, attentive, capable, candid, careful, cheerful, confident, conscientious, cooperative, competent, compassionate, considerate, courteous, creative, curious, diligent, dynamic, eager, energetic, grateful, generous, hard-working, helpful, honest, imaginative, independent, industrious, meticulous, motivated, observant, organized, outgoing, pleasant, polite, resourceful, sincere, thoughtful, thorough, studious, vigilant

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Top Conclusion Sentence Starters

Great Examples of Conclusion Sentence Starters for academic Essays and Speeches | Opinion, argument, persuasive essay. claim, and expository conclusion sentence starters

A concluding sentence needs to restate information covered in the paragraph in a way that shows a deep understanding of the content of the paragraph. Students need exemplars of conclusion sentence frames and complete conclusions to help them develop these skills in their own writing. Introductions and conclusions are part of all State academic writing assessments and rubrics, they are foundation and the capstone of academic essay writing.  

Examples of concluding sentence starters and sentence frames:
My main premise/theses/findings are, . . .
My final analysis/argument/opinion, . . .
My last point is, . . .
My main argument/claim/opinion was/is, . . .

My final thought/s, . . .
My final idea/s, . . .
My final question/s, . . .
One final thought, . . .
One final idea, . . .
One final question, . . .
In the end, . . .
In my final analysis/argument/opinion, . . .
A brief overview of, . . .
To briefly review, . . .
My reflections on, . . .
My final thoughts and concluding ideas are, . . . 
To conclude, . . . 
I would like to say, . . . 
To sum up
, . . . 
Finally, I
, . . . 
Lastly
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In conclusion
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To finish off
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All in all
, . . . 
In the end
, . . . 
So as you can see
, . . . 
Overall
, . . . 
As evidence shows
, . . . 
To summarize my argument/opinion/claim
, . . . 
As I already explained
, . . . 
In closing
, . . . 
To wrap up, . . . 
My conclusions are, . . . 
Therefore, . . . 
As expressed, . . .
Overall I believe, . . . 
As a result, . . . 
Finally, . . . L
Lastly, my feelings are, . . . 
In summary, . . . 
To review, . . . 
My conclusion was flawed, . . . 
In brief, . . . 
To summarize, . . . 
To sum up, . . . 
To conclude, . . . 
Thus, . . . 
Hence, . . . 
It has been shown that . . . 
In short, . . . 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Learned Helplessness: 7+ Methods to Replace Learned Helplessness with Learned Perseverance!

How do you help your students' overcome learned helplessness?
Going from learned helplessness to learned perseverance!

Learned helplessness is a maladaptive coping strategy that is a response to failure, fear, and or mental trauma. Students may choose to "opt out" to avoid failing, struggling, or the fear of failing. Students may display l
earned helplessness because they have learned it is easier to let the teacher or the parent do their work. This can and does become a habit or response to all academic learning if no new coping skills or strategies are developed. Students need adopt new habits, mindsets, SMART goals, positive coping systems, and logical problem solving heuristics to develop learned perseverance.

  • I'm opting-out, I can't, or an I won't attitude is never an option in your/their classroom. Teachers, parents, and students treat failure as something to be feared, avoided, and banned in schools, it needs to be elevated to the greatest of all teachers. 
  • Teach students the only way to develop deep wisdom and understanding is through learning from failure and mistakes. Mistakes are proof you are trying. A growth mindset is not learned through a set of lessons it is learned through repeated failures and response to those failures. 
  • Use Kagan Cooperative learning structures. Students will put their learned helplessness on pause when they are supported by peers. 
  • Use micro lectures to front load small steps, then teach and reteach each step of the system or skills being practiced. 
  • While students are practicing and rehearsing skills covered in the micro lectures, use frequent catch and release teaching technique.  Catch and release allows students to try more difficult tasks because they know the teacher will constantly spiral through concept and skills. 
  • Allow individual students and cooperative learning groups time to struggle, and yes even let them fail. Everyone at one point misunderstands, forgets, and interprets incorrectly and we yes all make mistakes, but if we rescue students they will not learn to develop more logical heuristics to solve problems.
  • Teach students problem solving heuristics (logical decisions making). Learned helplessness is a maladaptive heuristic, a coping mechanism to avoid failure. Teaching students new problem solving strategies that directly replace maladaptive responses and habits helps students develop perseverance.
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Sunday, April 14, 2019

NC EOG Mathematics Tests Grades 3–8 Answer Keys

2019-2020 North Carolina End-of Grade Mathematics Tests Grades 3–8 with Answer Keys
North Carolina End-of-Grade Mathematics Released Material

NC EOG MATH PDF Printable Paper-and-Pencil Version with Answer Key
Mathematics Grade 3
Mathematics Grade 4
Mathematics Grade 5
Mathematics Grade 6
Mathematics Grade 7
Mathematics Grade 8

EOG Math Sample Answer Sheets
Grade 3 Answer Sheet
Grade 4 Answer Sheet
Grade 5 Answer Sheet
Grade 6 Answer Sheet
Grade 7 Answer Sheet
Grade 8 Answer Sheet

Achievement Level Information
Publications regarding Achievement Levels for the End-of-Grade Tests

2018-2019 Sample SC READY  Grade 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 Reading and Math Test with Answer Keys
Reading and Math SC Ready Release Test Items for SCPASS, SC READY, and EOCEP
SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies 5 and 7
2018 SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies Grade 5 (3.36 Mb PDF)
2018 SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies Grade 7 (2.27 Mb PDF)
EOCEP Sample Release Items for Algebra 1, Biology 1, English 1, and US History and the Constitution

2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for Algebra 1 (2.24 Mb PDF)
2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for Biology 1 (4.16 Mb PDF)
2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for US History and the Constitution (1.93 Mb PDF)
2016 EOCEP Sample Release Items for English 1 (635 Kb PDF) [English 2 sample release items coming in Fall 2019]

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Online Opinion Writing Practice Test Grades 3-8

What is Opinion/Persuasive Writing?

Opinion writing states a claim and gives the writer’s views on a

topic. It persuades readers to think or feel a certain way or calls them to take some action.

Online opinion/expository writing test prep resources: Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9.  The online  (EOC/EOG PARCC Smarter Balanced) writing tests are a excellent practice writing test that should be used for EOC/EOG standardized writing test prep.
Online Writing Opinion/Expository Practice Test Grades 3-8 

4th Grade Paper-Based Practice Tests (all units)
Paper-Based Answer Document (all units)
5th Grade Paper-Based Practice Tests (all units)
6th Grade Paper-Based Practice Tests (all units)
Paper-Based Answer Document (all units)
7th Grade Paper-Based Practice Tests (all units)

Persuasive/Opinion Essay Editing Checklist

[DOC]Persuasive Essay Editing ChecklistPersuasive Essay Editing Checklist. Introduction. Content. ______ Begins with a “hook” grabber. ______ Contains 2-3 sentences that provide background about ...

[PDF]Persuasive Essay Editing ChecklistPersuasive Essay Editing Checklist. 1. Edit for basic mechanics: Check for: spelling errors, capital letters, run-ons, fragments, awkward sentences, redundant ...

[PDF]Argumentative Essay Revision ChecklistArgumentative Essay Revision Checklist. Intro Paragraph. _____ My intro starts with an effective hook; the type of grabber used is: ...

[PDF]Persuasive Essay Revision Checklist Essay Editing ChecklistPersuasive Essay Revision Checklist. ___ 1. Does the beginning capture the reader's attention? ___ 2. Does the introductory paragraph lead into the thesis ...
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[DOC]Persuasive Essay Peer Review and Editing Sheet - Schurz High SchoolPart I: Fill in the answers to the questions below as you read through your peer's essay. What is the question the writer is trying to answer about ...

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Sample 
Opinion/Persuasive Writing: Introduction

Of course, I strongly believe students at my Elementary School should have to wear school uniforms. My 1st reason for wanting school uniforms is I think it would allow me to focus more on my learning and less on being cool. Uniforms allow students like me to worry less about my school social status and foppish superficial appearance. My family is not rich, they do not have the cash to buy me a pair of 90-dollar shoes! Each of the three authors makes a convincing argument for the benefits like less cost for parents and the downside of school uniforms making things worse like assaults. One argument made by Mark Oppenheimer almost changed my mind against school uniforms, “Many studies show no change in school culture, and some even show negative results: in one 2007 study, the introduction of uniforms accompanied an increase in the average number of assaults in one district’s violent schools.” I have mixed feelings concerning the arguments presented by the three authors, especially Mark Oppenheimer’s claim of increased assaults. Many supporters of school uniforms make claims that are not supported by real facts. Most schools do not have dress codes, yet they receive excellent academic rankings, why?
     In the first article The Down Side of School Uniforms, they list many reasons why school uniforms are not living up to all the hype.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

SC READY Reading and Math Test with Answer Keys

2018-2019 Sample SC READY  Grade 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 Reading and Math Test with Answer Keys
Reading and Math SC Ready Release Test Items for SCPASS, SC READY, and EOCEP
SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies 5 and 7
2018 SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies Grade 5 (3.36 Mb PDF)
2018 SCPASS Sample Release Items for Social Studies Grade 7 (2.27 Mb PDF)
EOCEP Sample Release Items for Algebra 1, Biology 1, English 1, and US History and the Constitution

2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for Algebra 1 (2.24 Mb PDF)
2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for Biology 1 (4.16 Mb PDF)
2018 EOCEP Sample Release Items for US History and the Constitution (1.93 Mb PDF)
2016 EOCEP Sample Release Items for English 1 (635 Kb PDF) [English 2 sample release items coming in Fall 2019]

Aliterate Readers Intervention

Fun, easy, and fast strategies for turning aliterate readers into reading nerds that love reading. Aliteracy is becoming more prevalent in schools today, especially in boys. Aliterate boys, and what you can do about it NOW! Aliterate, unwilling to read, although able to do so.

MY TOP PICK! Gamebooks | Branching Narrative Adventures 
Branching narratives or interactive storylines are making a comeback common trend in visual novels, a subgenre of interactive narrative and adventure games. Visual novels frequently use multiple branching storylines to achieve multiple different endings, allowing non-linear freedom of choice along the way. A gamebook is a work of fiction that allows the reader to participate in the story by making choices. The narrative branches along various paths, typically through the use of numbered paragraphs or pages. Gamebooks are sometimes called choose your own adventure books or CYOA after the influential Choose Your Own Adventure series originally published by US company Bantam Books. 

Top 10 ways to pump up your students reading engagement NOW, and create a classroom where the love of reading is the norm for ALL students! The secret to great reading ideas is they have to be easy to implement and fun for teachers and students. Changing the way you present reading, change up students seating, eBooks, changing the reading choices and thinking outside the box is the key to changing attitudes about reading. READING BASAL READERS AND DOING ENDLESS ELA WORKBOOK PAGES WILL KILL THE LOVE OF READING FOR THE TEACHER AND YOUR STUDENTS! Time to celebrate your students new found love of reading with these fun ways to inspire your students! Engaged students that love to read are always going to succeed in school and do better on reading assessments.  

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TOP TEN LIST! 

1.  READERS THEATER WITH MOVIE SCRIPTS 
Readers Theatre or Reader's Theater is a type of classroom READ
ALOUD, in which the students read and perform a play or poem. Students use vocal expression and emotion to read a characters part for their classmates. Reading a play without sets, costumes, intricate stage blocking, and movement helps readers visualize and imagine what they are listening to. This style of read-aloud emphasizes hearing a written text as a better way to understand literature and build background knowledge about characterization, plot curve structure, dialogue, visualization, imagination, cause and effect etcetera.
"Shrek" Screenplay by. Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio and. Roger Schulman and Joe Stillman.


2. SOCRATIC READ ALOUDS | MORE READ ALOUDS AND MORE and MORE READ ALOUDS! Try read alouds with Gamebooks, movie scripts, news articles, fantasy roleplaying game campaigns, and any outside of the box reading materials.

Socratic Read Alouds: Read alouds and think alouds that promote a deep exploration of texts using Socratic discussions that examine text structures, literary element, and reading as a rhetorical exercise. Using interrogational or probing questions that are open-ended, should be used during the interpretation of a text, drawing out students, assumptions, predictions, conclusions, and questions. When teachers and students participate in a Socratic seminar, all ideas, questions, statements and opinions are valued and should be elicited from students during the structured discussions and the students think pair shares. The Rules for a Socratic Read Aloud is, all points are valued and there is no WRONG answer, just opportunities for modification and changes to everyone's prior knowledge including the teachers.


3. READING AND ELA VOCABULARY GAMES | HARRY POTTER: GOBSMACKED Game!
Have your students stand up, or sit on their desk so they are facing the teacher. Start at either end of the room and give a random Harry Potter trivia question to a student (Reading Comprehension question or vocabulary question). If they answer correctly they stay standing until all students have a chance to answer a question. The game can be played as a lightning round with just one quick round or many rounds until you have two kids standing for a few Harry Potter HOT (Higher Order Thinking) questions. When students cannot give an answer to a question they have to say "GOBSMACKED" (Brit slang for dumbfounded) and must sit down. Students that answer correctly get a Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Bean if you are playing the lightning round, if playing for a Gobsmacked champion the game continues until you have a winner. The student that wins usually gets Harry Potter popcorn. Extensions: Students can ask for a challenge question that relates to a literary element, HOT questions, or a Tier 3 academic word that relates to HP, and every child that answers a hard vocabulary question correctly gets a nice small sample of jelly beans or pretzels, stamp, or a sticker. Anytime students' answers any question correctly all students including those that are out, have to buddy buzz with a partner the question and the answer. Students love this activity and it's a great review (Formative Test) of Harry Potter, and a great opportunity to teach complex literary concepts. We start with a mix of easy and hard questions to get the kids excited and motivated to keep the Harry Potter reading fresh and exciting. I ask my students if they want a hard, medium or easy question to give every child a real chance at answering correctly! Background information: We read all Harry Potter chapters twice before we jumping into games like Gobsmacked.

4. READING CUBBIES and ALTERNATIVE CLASSROOM SETTING 

Flexible classroom seating is a fun way to add novelty, engagements, and reduce discipline problems. Creating reading cubbies and alternative seating or student-selected setting can improve students reading engagement, focus, student participation, and motivate your students to challenge themselves. I use reading cubbies as rewards for exemplary students.

5. READ COMIC BOOKS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS 
The reading Lexile levels and vocabulary concepts are advanced, exposing students to concepts not found in basal reading literature. The stories use nonlinear storytelling and complex literary devices that unfold into complex plot curves, they require students to infer motive, intentions and make predictions. Comic books give students vast exposure to every type of characters in a compact engaging format. Students make fast connections with mainstream media that have used comic book heroes to explore classic elements of drama. Reading comic books are naughty and not part of the norm which makes them something desirable to read

6. PLAY OLD SCHOOL BOARD GAMES | RISK, MONOPOLY, PAYDAY, AND DnD

7. LEARNING LYRICS AND SINGING SONGS
My class uses music, lyrics, and singing daily to teach reading and auditory processing (listening) skills. Singing and Learning songs, builds fluency, articulation, voice, memory, expression, word attack, cadence, rhyme, rhythm, tone, pitch, vocabulary, decoding, phonics, and FUN! Students are motivated, empowered, freed from traditional reading lessons, and intrinsically motivated when learning to sing a song. Learning to read is a very unforgiving process for many kids, learning a song gives them a great accomplishment in a very short time. Songs enrich and bring to life a student's world in a way that is powerful! My students sing up to 8 times per day during the first few months of school. All you have to do is give students the lyrics and start the song, all else is built into the process. NO FANCY LESSON NEEDED JUST GREAT MUSIC AND LYRICS!

8. READERS AS ILLUSTRATORS | ILLUSTRATING FROM TEXTS 
Illustrating settings, characters, themes, authors tone, mood, plot elements or literary ideas from a text gives students an imaginative way to engage with the text at a deeper level. Students select a poem, fairytale, tall tale, parable or fable and they illustrate what is explicitly narrated in the text. Students can illustrate what happened before, after or illustrate an alternative idea. 

9. HORRIBLE HISTORIES 
"The funniest, yuckiest and most gruesome bits of history in one bestselling series" THE MOST AMAZING BOOKS AMERICAN KIDS HAVE NEVER READ!

Kids love the morbid, nasty, garish and silliness of human nature; and what do we give them, the sanitized, homogenized, clean and I have to say boring at times. Horrible Histories is an award-winning British children's series based on the hilarious writings of Terry Deary. The book series is an irreverent look at the nature of man and the historical events that follow. Kids that hate history, social studies and reading will beg borrow and steal to get the next book in the series.

History (from Greek hismanicus and storiticus “Man Story”) an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the discovery, collection, organization, and presentation of information about man events. The term includes cosmic, geologic, and organic history, but is often generically implied to mean man history. Scholars who wrote about history in the past were called manstorians or liars. Fictitious Etymology

10. COOKING IN YOUR CLASS | READING COOKBOOKS AND FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS

11. READ ALOUDS WITH A BUDDY CLASS

12. EBOOKS 

13. CHILDREN'S AUDIOBOOKS


Completed AUDIO BOOKS: LIBRIVOX CHILDRENS BOOKS

12 matches (12 completed) in 'Aesop's Fables'
10 matches (10 completed) in 'Children's Short Works Collections'
6 matches (6 completed) in 'Fábulas de Esopo'
24 matches (22 completed) in 'Fables de La Fontaine'
12 matches (12 completed) in 'Favole di Jean de La Fontaine'
"Ghosts' High Noon, The" · (readers)
8 matches (8 completed) in 'Hurlbut's Story of the Bible'
6 matches (6 completed) in 'This Country of Ours'
# Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Little Saint Elizabeth and Other Stories" · (readers)
Aanrud, Hans. "Lisbeth Longfrock or Sidsel Sidsærkin" · (readers)
Abbott, Eleanor Hallowell. "Peace On Earth, Good-Will to Dogs" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Charles I" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Cleopatra" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Hannibal" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Mary Queen of Scots" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Queen Elizabeth" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "Richard I" · (readers)
Abbott, Jacob. "William the Conqueror" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Aunt Jo's Scrapbag" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Eight Cousins" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Eight Cousins (Version 2)" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Flower Fables" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Garland for Girls, A" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Jack and Jill" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Little Men" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Little Women" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Old-Fashioned Girl, An" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Old-Fashioned Girl, An (version 2)" · (readers)
[Dutch] Alcott, Louisa May. "Onder Moeders Vleugels" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Shoes and Stockings: A Collection of Short Stories" · (readers)
Alcott, Louisa May. "Under the Lilacs" · (readers)
Alger, Horatio, Jr.. "Ragged Dick" · (readers)

Andersen, Hans Christian. "Andersen’s Fairy Tales" · (readers)

Anderson, Robert Gordon. "Seven O'Clock Stories" · (readers)
Andrews, Jane. "Stories Mother Nature Told Her Children, The" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Child’s New Story Book" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Christmas Tree, The" · (readers)
Anonymous. "History of Robinson Crusoe, The" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Keepsake, The" · (readers)
Anonymous. "My Very First Little German Book" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Real Mother Goose, The" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Tiny Story Book" · (readers)
Anonymous. "Vice in its Proper Shape" · (readers)
Appleton, Victor. "Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship, or, the Naval Terror of the Seas" · (readers)
Appleton, Victor. "Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout" · (readers)
Appleton, Victor. "Tom Swift and the Visitor From Planet X" · (readers)
Appleton, Victor. "Tom Swift in Captivity" · (readers)
Appleton, Victor. "Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders" · (readers)
Badger, Joseph E., Jr. "Lost City, The" · (readers)
Baikie, James. "Peeps at Many Lands: Ancient Egypt" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Benny Badger, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Betsy Butterfly, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Brownie Beaver" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Daddy Long Legs, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Grandfather Mole, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Major Monkey, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Master Meadow Mouse, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Peter Mink, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale of Timothy Turtle, The" · (readers)
Bailey, Arthur Scott. "Tale Of Tommy Fox , The" · (readers)
Baker, Sarah S.. "Aunt Friendly's Picture Book" · (readers)
Baldwin, James. "Fifty Famous Stories Retold" · (readers)
Baldwin, James. "Fifty Famous Stories Retold (version 2)" · (readers)
Baldwin, James. "Four Great Americans" · (readers)
Ballantyne, Robert Michael. "My Doggie and I" · (readers)
Barker, William H.. "West African Folk Tales" · (readers)
Barnum, Richard. "Squinty the Comical Pig" · (readers)
Barrie, J. M.. "Peter Pan" · (readers)
Barrie, J. M.. "Peter Pan (version 2)" · (readers)
Barrie, J. M.. "Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Aunt Jane's Nieces at Millville" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Emerald City of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Enchanted Island of Yew, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Glinda of Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, The (version 2)" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Little Wizard Stories of Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Lost Princess of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Magic of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Marvelous Land of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Master Key, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Mother Goose in Prose" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Ozma of Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Ozma of Oz (dramatic reading)" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Patchwork Girl of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Rinkitink in Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Rinkitink in Oz (version 2)" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Road to Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Scarecrow of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Sea Fairies, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Sky Island" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Surprising Adventures of the Magical Monarch of Mo and His People, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Tik-Tok of Oz" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Tin Woodman of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The" · (readers)
Baum, L. Frank. "Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The (Dramatic Reading)" · (readers)
[Dutch] Been, Johan. "Om de schatten van Il Tigretto" · (readers)
[Dutch] Been, Johan. "Paddeltje, de scheepsjongen van Michiel de Ruijter" · (readers)
Berens, E.M.. "Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome" · (readers)
Betz, Eva K.. "Man Who Fought the Devil, The" · (readers)
[Portuguese] Bilac, Olavo. "Poesias Infantis" · (readers)
Blanchard, Amy Ella. "Sweet Little Maid, A" · (readers)
Bonsels, Waldemar. "Adventures of Maya the Bee, The" · (readers)
Boole, Mary Everest. "Philosophy and Fun of Algebra" · (readers)
Boyton, Neil, S.J.. "Killgloom Park" · (readers)
Brooke, L. Leslie. "Golden Goose Book, The" · (readers)
Brooke, L. Leslie. "Johnny Crow's Garden" · (readers)
Brooke, L. Leslie. "Johnny Crow’s Party" · (readers)
Brooke, L. Leslie. "Ring o' Roses: A Nursery Rhyme Picture Book"· (readers)
Brooke, L. Leslie. "Story of the Three Little Pigs, The" · (readers)
Brown, Abbie Farwell. "Christmas Angel, The" · (readers)
Bruce, Mary Grant. "Captain Jim" · (readers)
Bryant, Sara Cone. "How to Tell Stories to Children" · (readers)
Buckley, Arabella B.. "Birds of the Air" · (readers)
Buckley, Arabella B.. "By Pond and River" · (readers)
Buckley, Arabella B.. "Fairyland of Science, The" · (readers)
Buckley, Arabella B.. "Wild Life in Woods and Fields" · (readers)
Burgess, Gelett. "Goop Directory, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Gelett. "More Goops and How Not to Be Them" · (readers)
Burgess, Gelett. "Purple Cow, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Adventures of Buster Bear, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Adventures of Jimmy Skunk, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Adventures of Johnny Chuck, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Adventures of Paddy Beaver, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Adventures of Reddy Fox, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Burgess Animal Book for Children, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Burgess Bird Book for Children, The" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Mother West Wind's Children" · (readers)
Burgess, Thornton W.. "Old Mother West Wind" · (readers)
Burnett, Alice Hale. "Christmas Holidays at Merryvale" · (readers)
Burnett, Alice Hale. "Day at the County Fair, A" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "In the Closed Room" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Little Lord Fauntleroy" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Little Lord Fauntleroy (version 2)" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Little Princess, A" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Little Princess, A (version 2)" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Lost Prince, The" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Sara Crewe: or, What Happened at Miss Minchin’s Boarding School" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Secret Garden, The" · (readers)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson. "Secret Garden, The (version 2)" · (readers)
Burt, Mary E., editor. "Poems Every Child Should Know" · (readers)
[German] Busch, Wilhelm. "Bildergeschichten" · (readers)
[German] Busch, Wilhelm. "Max und Moritz" · (readers)
[German] Busch, Wilhelm. "Max und Moritz (version 2)" · (readers)
Cable, George W.. "New Arrival, A" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice Pleasance Liddell" · (readers)
[German] Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Abenteuer im Wunderland" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (abridged)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (dramatic reading)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (version 2)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (version 3)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (version 4)" · (readers)
[Esperanto] Carroll, Lewis. "Aventuroj de Alicio en Mirlando, La" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Jabberwocky" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Sylvie and Bruno" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Through the Looking-Glass" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Through the Looking-Glass (version 2)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Through the Looking-Glass (Version 3)" · (readers)
Carroll, Lewis. "Through the Looking-Glass (version 4)" · (readers)
[French] Cazotte, Jacques. "Mille et une fadaises, Les" · (readers)
Channing, Edward. "Short History of the United States, A" · (readers)
Child, Lydia Maria. "New-England Boy's Song About Thanksgiving Day, The" · (readers)
Church, Alfred J.. "Iliad for Boys and Girls, The" · (readers)
Church, Francis Pharcellus. "Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus" · (readers)
Clifford, Lucy. "Anyhow Stories: Moral and otherwise" · (readers)
Coe, Ida. "Story Hour Readers: Third Year" · (readers)
Collodi, Carlo. "Adventures of Pinocchio, The" · (readers)
[Italian] Collodi, Carlo. "Avventure di Pinocchio, Le" · (readers)
Colum, Padraic. "Children of Odin, The" · (readers)
Colum, Padraic. "Girl Who Sat by the Ashes, The" · (readers)
[German] Constantin, Ernst. "Silberne Axt, Die" · (readers)
Conway, Agnes Ethel. "Book of Art for Young People, The" · (readers)
Coolidge, Susan. "Clover" · (readers)
Coolidge, Susan. "What Katy Did" · (readers)
Coolidge, Susan. "What Katy Did (version 2)" · (readers)
Coolidge, Susan. "What Katy Did at School" · (readers)
Coolidge, Susan. "What Katy Did Next" · (readers)
Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock. "Adventures of a Brownie as Told to my Child" · (readers)
Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock. "Little Lame Prince, The" · (readers)
Crane, Walter. "Baby's Own Aesop" · (readers)
Crane, Walter. "Baby's Songbook, The" · (readers)
Crane, Walter. "Frog Prince and Other Stories, The" · (readers)
Crompton, Richmal. "More William" · (readers)
Crompton, Richmal. "More William (version 2)" · (readers)
[French] Daudet, Alphonse. "Tartarin de Tarascon" · (readers)
Daudet, Alphonse. "Tartarin of Tarascon" · (readers)
Dawson, Carley. "Mr. Wicker's Window" · (readers)
Dawson, Carley. "Mr. Wicker's Window Version 2" · (readers)
[Italian] De Amicis, Edmondo. "Cuore" · (readers)
Defoe, Daniel. "Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, The" · (readers)
Defoe, Daniel. "Robinson Crusoe Written Anew for Children" · (readers)
[Dutch] Defoe, Daniel. "Robinson Crusoë, Lotgevallen van" · (readers)
Denslow, W. W.. "Denslow's Three Bears" · (readers)
Dickens, Charles. "Child's History of England, A" · (readers)
Dodge, Mary Mapes. "Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates" · (readers)
Dopp, Katharine Elizabeth. "Tree-Dwellers, The" · (readers)
Eells, Elsie Spicer. "Fairy Tales from Brazil" · (readers)
Elwes, Alfred. "Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too, The" · (readers)
Everett, David. "Lines Written for a School Declamation" · (readers)
Falkner, John Meade. "Moonfleet" · (readers)
Fenn, George Manville. "Bunyip Land" · (readers)
Field, Eugene. "Christmas Morning" · (readers)
Field, Eugene. "Love-Songs of Childhood" · (readers)
Field, Eugene. "Selected Lullabies of Eugene Field" · (readers)
Finley, Martha. "Elsie Dinsmore" · (readers)
Finley, Martha. "Holidays at Roselands" · (readers)
Finn, Francis J.. "Fairy of the Snows, The" · (readers)
Finn, Francis J.. "Tom Playfair; or Making a Start" · (readers)
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. "Understood Betsy" · (readers)
Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. "Understood Betsy (version 2)" · (readers)
Flower, Jessie Graham. "Grace Harlowe's First Year at Overton College" · (readers)
Flower, Jessie Graham. "Grace Harlowe's Junior Year at High School; or, Fast Friends in the Sororities" · (readers)
Flower, Jessie Graham. "Grace Harlowe's Junior Year at High School; or, Fast Friends in the Sororities (version 2)" · (readers)
Flower, Jessie Graham. "Grace Harlowe's Senior Year at High School; or, The Parting of the Ways"· (readers)
Francis, Stella M.. "Campfire Girls at Twin Lakes or The Quest of a Summer Vacation" · (readers)
Francis, Stella M.. "Campfire Girls In The Allegheny Mountains or, A Christmas Success Against Odds" · (readers)
Gannett, Ruth Stiles. "My Father's Dragon" · (readers)
Garis, Howard R.. "Sammie and Susie Littletail" · (readers)
Gates, Eleanor. "Poor Little Rich Girl, The" · (readers)
Godolphin, Mary. "Robinson Crusoe in Words of One Syllable" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Dream Days" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Golden Age, The" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Reluctant Dragon, The" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Wind in the Willows, The" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Wind in the Willows, The (version 2)" · (readers)
Grahame, Kenneth. "Wind in the Willows, The (version 3)" · (readers)
Grey, Zane. "Last Trail, The" · (readers)
Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Grimms' Fairy Tales" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen (Index aller Märchen)" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen 1" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen 2" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen 3" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen 4" · (readers)
[German] Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Märchen 5" · (readers)
Grimm, Jacob & Wilhelm. "Personal Collection of Short Tales compiled by Carmie" · (readers)
Gruelle, Johnny. "Raggedy Andy Stories" · (readers)
Gruelle, Johnny. "Raggedy Ann Stories" · (readers)
Gruelle, Johnny. "Raggedy Ann Stories (version 2)" · (readers)
Haaren, John H.. "Famous Men of Greece" · (readers)
Haaren, John H.. "Famous Men of Rome" · (readers)
Haaren, John H.. "Famous Men of the Middle Ages" · (readers)
Hale, Lucretia P.. "Peterkin Papers, The" · (readers)
Hale, Lucretia P.. "Peterkin Papers, The (version 2)" · (readers)
Hall, Jennie. "Viking Tales" · (readers)
Hamilton, Mary A.. "Story of Abraham Lincoln, The" · (readers)
Harding, Samuel B.. "Story of the Middle Ages, The" · (readers)
Harris, Joel Chandler. "Nights With Uncle Remus" · (readers)
Harris, Joel Chandler. "Uncle Remus" · (readers)
Harris, Joel Chandler. "Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit" · (readers)
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "Tanglewood Tales" · (readers)
[Dutch] Heimans, Eli. "Willem Roda" · (readers)
Henty, G. A.. "Among Malay Pirates : a Tale of Adventure and Peril" · (readers)
Henty, G. A.. "At Agincourt - White Hoods of Paris" · (readers)
Henty, G. A.. "By Pike and Dyke" · (readers)
Henty, G. A.. "Saint George for England" · (readers)
Henty, G. A.. "St. Bartholomew's Eve" · (readers)
[Dutch] Hichtum, Nienke van. "Afke's tiental" · (readers)
Hill, Grace Livingston. "Little Servant, A" · (readers)
Hodges, George. "When the King Came: Stories from the Four Gospels" · (readers)
Hoffmann, Heinrich. "Struwwelpeter" · (readers)
Hoffmann, Heinrich. "Struwwelpeter (version 2)" · (readers)
[German] Hoffmann, Heinrich. "Struwwelpeter, Der" · (readers)
[German] Hoffmann, Heinrich. "Struwwelpeter, Der (version 2)" · (readers)
[German] Hoffmann, Heinrich. "Zwei Kindermärchen" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Bobbsey Twins at the Seashore, The" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Bobbsey Twins in the Country, The" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Bobbsey Twins or Merry Days Indoors and Out, The" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue at Christmas Tree Cove" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Story of a Candy Rabbit, The" · (readers)
Hope, Laura Lee. "Story of a Stuffed Elephant, The" · (readers)
Hough, Emerson. "Singing Mouse Stories, The" · (readers)
Howes, Edith. "Wonderwings and other Fairy Stories" · (readers)
Jacobs, Joseph. "English Fairy Tales" · (readers)
James, Hartwell. "Enchanted Castle: Fairy Tales from Flowerland, The" · (readers)
James, Montague Rhodes. "Five Jars, The" · (readers)
Jewett, Sophie. "God's Troubadour, The Story of St. Francis of Assisi" · (readers)
Johnson, Constance. "When Mother Lets Us Cook" · (readers)
Johnston, Annie Fellows. "Gate of the Giant Scissors, The" · (readers)
Johnston, Annie Fellows. "Little Colonel, The" · (readers)
Johnston, Annie Fellows. "Two Little Knights of Kentucky" · (readers)
Kelly, R. Talbot. "Peeps at Many Lands: Egypt" · (readers)
Kennedy, Arnold. "Merry Clappum Junction" · (readers)
[Dutch] Kieviet, Cornelis Johannes. "Dik Trom een Jongen was, Toen" · (readers)
[Dutch] Kieviet, Cornelis Johannes. "Dik Trom en zijn Dorpsgenooten" · (readers)
[Dutch] Kieviet, Cornelis Johannes. "Dik Trom, De Zoon van" · (readers)
[Dutch] Kieviet, Cornelis Johannes. "Dik Trom, Uit het leven van"· (readers)
[Dutch] Kieviet, Cornelis Johannes. "Fulco de Minstreel" · (readers)
Kingsley, Charles. "Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for my Children, The" · (readers)
Kingsley, Charles. "Water-Babies, The" · (readers)
Kingston, William Henry Giles. "Stories of Animal Sagacity" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Jungle Book, The" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Just So Stories" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Just So Stories (version 2)" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Just So Stories (version 5)" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Puck of Pook's Hill" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Rewards and Fairies" · (readers)
Kipling, Rudyard. "Second Jungle Book, The" · (readers)
Kjelgaard, Jim. "Black Fawn, The" · (readers)
Knevels, Gertrude. "Wonderful Bed, The" · (readers)
La Fontaine, Jean de. "Fables in Rhyme for Little Folks" · (readers)
[Dutch] Lagerlöf, Selma. "Niels Holgersson's Wonderbare Reis" · (readers)
Lagerlöf, Selma. "Wonderful Adventures of Nils, The" · (readers)
Lamb, Charles. "Tales from Shakespeare" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Arabian Nights Entertainments, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Blue Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Green Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Lilac Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Orange Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Pink Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Red Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lang, Andrew. "Yellow Fairy Book, The" · (readers)
Lardner, Ring. "Bib Ballads" · (readers)
Larned, William Trowbridge. "American Indian Fairy Tales" · (readers)
Lecomte, Eva. "Paula the Waldensian" · (readers)
[French] Leprince de Beaumont, Jeanne-Marie. "Contes du Magasin des enfants" · (readers)
Lewis, Charlton Miner. "Gawayne and the Green Knight, version 2" · (readers)
[Dutch] Ligthart, Jan. "Ot en Sien, Het boek van" · (readers)
Lofting, Hugh. "Story of Doctor Dolittle, The" · (readers)
Lofting, Hugh. "Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, The" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "At the Back of the North Wind" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Day Boy and the Night Girl, The" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Light Princess, The" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Princess and Curdie, The" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Princess and the Goblin, The (version 2)" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood" · (readers)
MacDonald, George. "Shadows, The" · (readers)
MacGregor, Mary. "Stories of King Arthur's Knights Told to the Children" · (readers)
Macleod, Mary. "Stories from the Faerie Queene" · (readers)
Marryat, Frederick. "Children of the New Forest, The" · (readers)
Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth. "Our Island Story, Part 1" · (readers)
Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth. "Our Island Story, Part 2" · (readers)
Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth. "Stories of Beowulf Told to the Children" · (readers)
[Spanish] Marti, Jose. "Edad de Oro, La" · (readers)
Mix, Jennie Irene. "Mighty Animals" · (readers)
Moffat, Alfred. "Our Old Nursery Rhymes" · (readers)
Moffett, Cleveland. "Careers of Danger and Daring" · (readers)
Montgomery, Frances Trego. "Billy Whiskers, the Autobiography of a Goat" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Avonlea" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Avonlea (version 2)" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Green Gables" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Green Gables (version 2)" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Green Gables (version 3)" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Green Gables (version 4)" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne of Green Gables (version 5)" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Anne's House of Dreams" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Chronicles of Avonlea" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Further Chronicles of Avonlea" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Golden Road, The" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Rainbow Valley" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Rilla of Ingleside" · (readers)
Montgomery, Lucy Maud. "Story Girl, The" · (readers)
Moore, Clement Clarke. "Visit From Saint Nicholas, A" · (readers)
Morley, Margaret Warner. "Insect Folk, The" · (readers)
Morris, Charles. "Historical Tales, Vol I" · (readers)
Morris, Charles. "Historical Tales, Vol II: American II" · (readers)
Morris, Charles. "Historical Tales, Vol III: Spanish American" · (readers)
Morris, Charles. "Historical Tales, Vol V: German" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Book of Dragons, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Children's Shakespeare, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Enchanted Castle, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Five Children and It" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Harding's Luck" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Magic City, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Magic World, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "My School Days" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Nine Unlikely Tales" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Phoenix and the Carpet, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Railway Children, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Royal Children of English History" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Story of the Treasure Seekers, The" · (readers)
Nesbit, E. (Edith). "Wouldbegoods, Being the Further Adventures of the Treasure Seekers, The" · (readers)
Nesbitt, M.L.. "Grammar-Land" · (readers)
Neville, Emily. "It's Like This, Cat" · (readers)
Neville, Emily. "It's Like This, Cat (Version 2)" · (readers)
Newell, Peter. "Rocket Book, The" · (readers)
Newell, Peter. "Slant Book, The" · (readers)
[French] Nodier, Charles. "Trésor des Fèves et Fleur des Pois" · (readers)
[Dutch] Noorden, Henriette van. "Weet je nog wel van toen?" · (readers)
Optic, Oliver. "Birthday Party, A Story for Little Folks, The" · (readers)
Ormondroyd, Edward. "David and the Phoenix" · (readers)
Oscar Wilde. "Happy Prince and Other Tales, Version 2" · (readers)
Otis, James. "Richard of Jamestown: A Story of the Virginia Colony" · (readers)
Otis, James. "Ruth of Boston: A Story of the Massachusetts Bay Colony" · (readers)
Otis, James. "Toby Tyler or Ten Weeks with a Circus" · (readers)
Ozaki, Yei Theodora. "Japanese Fairy Tales" · (readers)
Paine, Dorothy C.. "Little Florida Lady, A" · (readers)
Patmore, Coventry. "Toys, The" · (readers)
Patten, William. "Junior Classics (vol 1), The" · (readers)
Pedley, Ethel C.. "Dot and the Kangaroo" · (readers)
Penrose, Margaret. "Dorothy Dale - A Girl of Today" · (readers)
Penrose, Margaret. "Dorothy Dale's Camping Days" · (readers)
Penrose, Margaret. "Dorothy Dale's Queer Holidays" · (readers)
Penrose, Margaret. "Motor Girls , The" · (readers)
Penrose, Margaret. "Motor Girls on a Tour, The" · (readers)
Perkins, Lucy Fitch. "Belgian Twins, The" · (readers)
Perkins, Lucy Fitch. "Dutch Twins, The" · (readers)
[French] Perrault, Charles. "Contes en vers" · (readers)
[French] Perrault, Charles. "Histoires ou Contes du temps passé avec des moralités" · (readers)
[German] Pocci, Franz von. "Kasperl in der Türkei" · (readers)
Porter, Eleanor H.. "Just David" · (readers)
Porter, Eleanor H.. "Pollyanna" · (readers)
Porter, Eleanor H.. "Pollyanna Grows Up" · (readers)
Potter, Beatrix. "Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter" · (readers)
Potter, Beatrix. "Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter, The" · (readers)
Pratt, Mara L.. "American History Stories, Volume 1" · (readers)
Pratt, Mara L.. "American History Stories, Volume 2" · (readers)
Prentiss, Elizabeth. "Stepping Heavenward" · (readers)
Pyle, Howard. "Garden Behind the Moon: A Real Story of the Moon Angel, The" · (readers)
Pyle, Howard. "Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, The" · (readers)
Pyle, Howard. "Otto of the Silver Hand" · (readers)
Pyle, Katherine. "Counterpane Fairy, The" · (readers)
Rankin, Carroll Watson. "Cinder Pond, The" · (readers)
Rankin, Carroll Watson. "Dandelion Cottage" · (readers)
Ransome, Arthur. "Old Peter's Russian Tales" · (readers)
Riley, James Whitcomb. "Selected Riley Child-Rhymes" · (readers)
Rippey, Sarah Cory. "Goody-Naughty Book, The" · (readers)
Ryan, Brother Ernest. "Eddie of Jackson's Gang" · (readers)
Sandburg, Carl. "Rootabaga Stories" · (readers)
[German] Sapper, Agnes. "Familie Pfäffling, Die" · (readers)
[Dutch] Schenkman, Jan. "St. Nikolaas en zijn knecht" · (readers)
[Dutch] Schoolmeester, de. "Natuurlijke Historie voor de Jeugd" · (readers)
Seaman, Augusta Huiell. "Dragon's Secret, The" · (readers)
Seaman, Augusta Huiell. "Mystery at Number Six, The" · (readers)
Seaman, Augusta Huiell. "Slipper Point Mystery, The" · (readers)
[French] Ségur, Sophie, Comtesse de,. "Nouveaux contes de fées pour les petits enfants" · (readers)
Seton, Ernest Thompson. "Biography of a Grizzly, The" · (readers)
Sewell, Anna. "Black Beauty (version 2)" · (readers)
Sewell, Anna. "Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse" · (readers)
Shaw, Edward R.. "Discoverers and Explorers" · (readers)
Sidney, Margaret. "Five Little Peppers Abroad" · (readers)
Sidney, Margaret. "Five Little Peppers and How They Grew" · (readers)
Sidney, Margaret. "Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (Version 2)" · (readers)
Sidney, Margaret. "Five Little Peppers Grown Up" · (readers)
Sidney, Margaret. "Five Little Peppers Midway" · (readers)
Smith, Laura Rountree. "Little Bear" · (readers)
[German] Sonnleitner, Alois Theodor. "Höhlenkinder – Im Heimlichen Grund, Die" · (readers)
[German] Sonnleitner, Alois Theodor. "Höhlenkinder – Im Pfahlbau, Die" · (readers)
[German] Sonnleitner, Alois Theodor. "Höhlenkinder – Im Steinhaus, Die" · (readers)
Spyri, Johanna. "Heidi" · (readers)
[German] Spyri, Johanna. "Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat" · (readers)
[French] Spyri, Johanna. "Heidi, une histoire pour les enfants et pour ceux qui les aiment" · (readers)
[German] Spyri, Johanna. "Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre" · (readers)
Steedman, Amy. "In God's Garden" · (readers)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. "Black Arrow - A Tale of the Two Roses, The" · (readers)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. "Child's Garden of Verses, A" · (readers)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. "Kidnapped" · (readers)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. "Summer Sun" · (readers)
Stevenson, Robert Louis. "Treasure Island (version 2)" · (readers)
Stockton, Frank R.. "Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts (version 2)" · (readers)
[German] Storm, Theodor. "Kleine Häwelmann, Der" · (readers)
Synge, M. B.. "Awakening of Europe, The" · (readers)
Synge, M. B.. "Book of Discovery, A" · (readers)
Synge, M. B.. "Discovery of New Worlds, The" · (readers)
Synge, M. B.. "Great Englishwomen" · (readers)
Synge, M. B.. "On the Shores of the Great Sea" · (readers)
Tappan, Eva March. "Heroes of the Middle Ages" · (readers)
Tappan, Eva March. "Makers of Many Things" · (readers)
Tapper, Thomas. "Stories of Great Composers for Children" · (readers)
Tarkington, Booth. "Penrod and Sam" · (readers)
Thompson, Charles Miner. "Calico Cat, The" · (readers)
[Swedish] Topelius, Zacharias. "Walthers äfventyr" · (readers)
Turner, Ethel. "Seven Little Australians" · (readers)
Twain, Mark. "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The" · (readers)
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Twain, Mark. "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The (version 3)" · (readers)
Twain, Mark. "Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The" · (readers)
Twain, Mark. "Prince and the Pauper, The" · (readers)
[Dutch] Twain, Mark. "Tom Sawyer, De Lotgevallen van" · (readers)
Unknown. "Folklore of the Santal Parganas, Vol. 1" · (readers)
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Various. "Cat Tales" · (readers)
Various. "Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories" · (readers)
Various. "Cocoa Break Collection" · (readers)
Various. "Girl Scout Collection" · (readers)
Various. "Grandma Janice's Poems and Stories" · (readers)
[Danish] Various. "Klassiske eventyr" · (readers)
[Multilingual] Various. "Multilingual Fairy Tale Collection 003" · (readers)
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Various. "Soup of Alphabets from A-Z, A" · (readers)
Various. "Soup of Alphabets, Volume 002" · (readers)
Various. "Soup of Alphabets, Volume 003" · (readers)
Various. "Young Adults Short Works Collection Vol. 001" · (readers)
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[Dutch] Visser, P.. "Vliegende Hollander, De" · (readers)
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Wallace, Sister M. Imelda. "Outlaws of Ravenhurst" · (readers)
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Wells, Carolyn. "Jingle Book, The" · (readers)
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Wiggin, Kate Douglas. "Birds' Christmas Carol, The (version 2)" · (readers)
Wiggin, Kate Douglas. "Fairy Ring, The" · (readers)
Wiggin, Kate Douglas. "Mother Carey’s Chickens" · (readers)
Wiggin, Kate Douglas. "New Chronicles of Rebecca" · (readers)
Wiggin, Kate Douglas. "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" · (readers)
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Williams, Margery. "Velveteen Rabbit, The (version 2)" · (readers)
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Wood, Robert Williams. "How to Tell the Birds from the Flowers" · (readers)
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