Bookshop Classroom Libraries

Fiction and Nonfiction Books for
Targeted Instruction K-5
Mondo’s Bookshop Reading Libraries have a wide range of authentic, engaging, leveled texts developed to help students become fluent, independent readers and to support skill development. A wide variety of text levels enables teacher to target students at their point of need. Classroom libraries include 24 Informational and 24 Literary texts, with 6 copies of each title (total of 288 books), Guided Reading lesson plans, and book boxes for convenient storage.

Grade K (Levels A-J): 48 titles
Grade 1 (Levels A-M): 48 titles
Grade 2 (Levels E-P): 48 titles
Grade 3 (Levels J-S): 48 titles
Grade 4 (Levels L-T): 48 titles
Grade 5 (Levels O-X): 48 titles

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KEY FEATURES
  • Precisely leveled texts in a wide range of levels meet the needs and interests of every reader.
  • Lesson plans model focused teaching with clear comprehension focuses and teacher language.
  • Fiction text types include adventure, animal story, fable, fairy tale, fantasy, folktale, graphic novel, historical fiction, imaginative recount, legend, myth, mystery, narrative, play, poetry, question and answer, realistic fiction, science fiction, and transactional (journal).
  • Nonfiction text types include biography, explanation, informational poem, persuasive, procedure, question and answer, reference, report, and transactional (letter).
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26 Fairmount Avenue
Well-known and much-loved author and illustrator Tomie DePaola shares memories of his childhood as his family waits to move into a new house. Level P. Learn more >
Bang! Crackle! Fizz!
Chemical changes take place all around us. Some occur naturally without us even realizing it, but others are created when humans take action. This book explains how and why many of these changes take place. Level N. Learn more >
Birds of Prey
This book invites students to explore the habits, habitats, and life cycles of birds of prey, including hawks, vultures, eagles, and owls. Level O. Learn more >
The Breakfast Bird and Other Animal Stories
This book contains a collection of animal stories by different authors. Students can read and compare their various styles and structures. Level O. Learn more >
Dashing Through the Snow: The Story of the Jr. Iditarod
The preparations, route, gear, team care, and rewards for the young person’s version of the Iditarod. Level R. Learn more >
Deadbolts and Dinkles
Zach can’t wait for the Deadbolts Club’s sleepover party. Then he gets stranded at his grandfather’s new apartment-and his adventure begins. Level R. Learn more >
Dragons Don’t Read Books
Who is stealing the school’s library books? Could it be the new class mascot-a stuffed worm? Or is the worm really a dragon? Tilly believes so. Level Q. Learn more >
Eaglesmount: The Silver Horn
The first action-packed book of the Eaglesmount Trilogy. Vair is a brave young pine marten and a fine swordfighter, eager for his first challenge at the water meet summer fair. But Vair meets his match sooner than expected when he's captured by a silver fox and his bloodthirsty gang. These brutal bandits are no ordinary thieves, and more is at risk than Vair can imagine. Level R. Learn more >
Edgar Badger’s Fishing Day
One day while fishing, Edgar Badger and Duncan Bear have a disagreement and it seems as if their friendship may be over. This short chapter book is one of four in the Edgar Badger series. Level L. Learn more >
Exploring Freshwater Habitats
This book encourages students to explore such freshwater habitats as rivers, lake, and marshes. Each habitat is presented in the same format. Level P. Learn more >
Exploring Land Habitats
This book invites students to explore such land habitats as forests, deserts, and tundras. Each habitat is presented the same format. Level P. Learn more >
Folktales from Asia
The seven Asian folktales in this collection are rich in meaning and imagery. Some stories provide a moral or message, while others explain how some things came to be. Level O. Learn more >
Forest Fires: Run For Your Life!
Fascinated facts, rich details, and stirring eyewitness accounts chronicle three historic and devastating fires in the United States and Canada. The specific accounts provide the basis for learning about forest fires in general. Level R. Learn more >
The Frog Who Would be King
Adapted from a well-known German fairy tale, this story tells about a frog who dreams of becoming a prince, with the help of a loving princess. But what happens when his princess becomes a frog? Level M. Learn more >
Grandpa at the Beach
Grandpa, Finley, Mom and Dad go on vacation to the beach. This short chapter book contains three episodes about Grandpa’s muddling beach adventure. Level K. Learn more >
Grizzly Bears
Shows the life cycle of this endangered animal and the importance of habitat conservation to the survival of this species. Level K. Learn more >
Insects
This book explains how insects have managed to survive and thrive throughout the world. Students view close-up photographs and detailed diagrams of insects as they read about common features, life histories, and how they behave and survive. Level S. Learn more >
It's a Revolution!
Before the Revolutionary War, as the American colonies moved toward declaring their independence from England, communication was critical. Colonists got their news through newspapers, pamphlets, letters, and face-to-face meetings. Level L. Learn more >
Ivy’s Journal
This story is a personal account of a girl’s vacation with her parents to the Yucatán. Each journal entry is filled with humor and insight as Ivy explores Mexican culture and history. Level N. Learn more >
Journey to a New Land: An Oral History
This is the true story of Elda Del Bino Willitts, a woman who arrived in America from Italy in 1916 as a young girl. Level M. Learn more >
Let's Talk Money
We all see or use money on a daily basis. But where did it come from? How do we earn it? What do we buy with it? Learn all about money in this nonfiction report. Level Q. Learn more >
The Little Brown Jay: A Tale from India
Princess Maya is very beautiful, but she has a sharp, ugly voice. Can the little brown jay help her change her voice so she can marry Prince Rama? This tale from India relates how helping others can bring unexpected rewards. Level L. Learn more >
Lucy Takes a Holiday
Sometimes being a family dog is just too stressful. So early one morning, Lucy heads for the bus stop. However, after spending time away from home, she realizes she misses her family. Level K. Learn more >
Mae Jemison
Mae Jemison was the first African-American woman to be selected by NASA as an astronaut. This biography lets you travel with Mae into space aboard the space shuttle. Level Q. Learn more >
Making Pop-ups
Illustrated instructions are presented in numbered steps for eight pop-up projects in three stages of difficulty. Students may use the finished pop-ups for posters, pictures books, greeting cards, or invitations. Level K. Learn more >
A Manual of House Monsters
Do you ever wonder why you stumble? Or sneeze? Or talk on the phone too much? Perhaps it’s because of the mysterious “monsters” that live in your home! Level O. Learn more >
The Mighty Hippopotamus
A complete resource about hippos and their habits. Level S. Learn more >
The Pilgrim Voyage to the New World
This nonfiction book describes the Pilgrims' reasons for leaving England, their journey to the New World and settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and the first Thanksgiving. Level Q. Learn more >
Princesses Don’t Wear Jeans
Many kids in Jeff’s class think the new girl, Tilly Perkins, is strange. Jeff thinks Tilly is a lot of fun. Will the other kids come to Jeff’s party if Tilly is invited? Level Q. Learn more >
Pro Sports: How Did They Begin?
This book contains fun and wacky facts about baseball, basketball, and football. It also explains how these sports have changed over the years to become what they are today. Level O. Learn more >
Right On, Winky Blue!
More than anything, Rosie wants her pet parakeet, Winky Blue, to become a star. Winky’s chance arrives when he’s chosen to be a guest on a radio show. Level P. Learn more >
Rosie the Red, Ketchup Head!
Rosie Ketchum narrates the intended and unintended consequences of her persuasive letter writing. Level S. Learn more >
Salmon
This nonfiction book provides detailed information about the salmon. Photographs, charts, maps, and diagrams help explain what makes salmon special. Level O. Learn more >
Scary Fairies
The happy fairies of Castlefield allow no humans to see them except for the few granted permission by the magical White Trout. Eight-year-old Laurelie is allowed to see and play with them, and must help them recapture the White Trout after he is stolen. Level S. Learn more >
Should There Be Zoos?
In this persuasive text, a group of children present their arguments both in favor of and against keeping animals in zoos. Readers are encouraged to develop their own opinions. Level N. Learn more >
Someday Cyril
Eight-year-old Cyril lives on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas. He wants to go out on a boat more than anything. His parents say, “Someday”-but does someday mean never? Level N. Learn more >
Songs of Myself: An Anthology of Poems and Art
This collection of poems encourages readers to consider the question “Who am I?” Each poem is accompanied by art from a well-known artist. Level N. Learn more >
Spirit of Hope
The Fairweather family loves their little house. They are devastated when they are told they have to move. How will they cope with this news? Level M. Learn more >
Take a Bow, Winky Blue!
Rosie dreams that her parakeet, Winky Blue, will be a star. When Winky Blue wins a ribbon in a pet-talent contest, Rosie thinks her dreams have come true-until he disappears. Level P. Learn more >
Today’s Weather Is…A Book of Experiments
Inquiring questions introduce weather experiments. Students can follow the instructions to discover the answers or outcomes to these scientific investigations. Level M. Learn more >
Tuttle’s Shell
Vibrant, colorful illustrations support this story about animal characters tracking the thief who stole Tuttle the turtle’s shell. Level L. Learn more >
Wacky Plant Cycles
Scientific explanations, drawings, photographs, and sequential diagrams help students investigate the most common and unusual plant cycles. Level M. Learn more >
Whale Songs and Sounds
Uncover the secrets of humpback whales by the sounds they make and the possible functions of these sounds. The book also covers the humpback’s migration patterns, feeding habits, and breeding behavior. Level L. Learn more >
What Animal Lives Here?
Students are invited to explore six habitats and the animals that live there. Level J. Learn more >
What Makes a Bird a Bird?
The one thing that makes a bird a bird? This book asks many questions, leading readers on a search for the answer. By process of elimination, students learn facts about bird life. Level N. Learn more >
When Paul Bunyan Came to Middleburg Elementary School
Kevin and Skipper have a BIG secret. Paul Bunyan is camping out behind their school, recovering from a sprained ankle. Can the kids help Paul continue his travels before others find out? Level M. Learn more >
Where Does the Butterfly Go When It Rains?
A bee can fly back to the hive. A rabbit can dash into a bush. But where does a butterfly go when it rains? Illustrations and poetic text describe what different animals do when it rains. Level J. Learn more >
You Eat What?
This book introduces students to food such as wheat and rice that are staples around the world, how they were developed in ancient times, and how they are used today in beloved foods such as pizza, ice cream, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Level P. Learn more >
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Qty Order Code Title Description Format Price
95469 Grade K Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$1,650.00
95476 Grade 1 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$1,900.00
95483 Grade 2 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$2,200.00
95490 Grade 3 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$2,200.00
95506 Grade 4 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$2,550.00
95513 Grade 5 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Common Core Lesson Plans)
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading Common Core lesson plans (booklets)
Classroom Library
$2,650.00
98149 Grade K Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$1,650.00
98156 Grade 1 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$1,900.00
98163 Grade 2 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$2,200.00
98170 Grade 3 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$2,200.00
98187 Grade 4 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$2,550.00
98194 Grade 5 Guided Reading Classroom Library
(Comprehension Strategy-based non-Common Core lesson p
Each Guided Reading Classroom Library includes:
288 books (6 copies of 48 titles) and 48 Guided Reading with comprehension strategy-based(non-Common Core) lesson plans (CD or online)
Classroom Library
$2,650.00
95537 Grade K Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$295.00
95544 Grade 1 Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$325.00
95551 Grade 2 Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$375.00
95568 Grade 3 Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$375.00
95575 Grade 4 Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$425.00
95582 Grade 5 Add-on Packs/Independent Reading Packs 48 Books (1 copy of 48 titles) Student Book Add-on Pack
$450.00
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