CC Literature - Kindergarten

CC Literature - Kindergarten

The books in this collection fit specific expectations within the Kindergarten grade level strands for literature as outlined in the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.

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Buddy and Earl

An obedient dog and an irrepressible hedgehog become fast friends in this first book in a funny and appealing series.

Buddy and Earl and the Great Big Baby

Mrs. Cunningham is bringing her baby for a visit! But Buddy and Earl are not prepared for the chaos the small and adorable creature brings with him.

Buddy and Earl Go Exploring

Our favorite odd-couple friends explore the wilds of their house after dark in book two of the Buddy and Earl series.

Buddy and Earl Go to School

Buddy and Earl know that with the right education they can become anything! So they eagerly gather their silly, smelly supplies and head to school.

Buddy and Earl Meet the Neighbors

Wonder Buddy and Super Earl come to the rescue when their new neighbors need help! The fifth installment of a charming and critically acclaimed series.

Caramba

Caramba is a sweet, shy cat who bravely accepts that he is different, and then discovers his own special talent.

Chin Chiang and the Dragon's Dance

Chin Chiang has dreamed of dancing the dragon's dance but now the day has arrived, and he is so scared that he wants to melt into his shoes.

Climbing Shadows

A collection of poems inspired by young children that address common themes such as having a hard day at school, feeling shy or being a newcomer.

Colors! / Colores!

Noted poet Jorge Lujan and South Africa's illustrious illustrator Piet Grobler team up to produce this exquisite celebration of color.

Deep Underwater

What secrets will Sophia discover at the bottom of the ocean?

Dos conejos blancos

In this moving and timely story, a young child describes what it is like to be a migrant as she and her father travel north toward the US border.

Explosion at the Poem Factory

This funny story, full of wordplay, brings poetry alive as never before!