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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Federica

Federica's busy family can't keep their house clean! She goes to the park to escape the buzzy, buggy mess and her animal friends give her an idea ...

Forest: A See to Learn Book

The first in a series of non-fiction picture books to inspire scientific curiosity, appreciation of beauty and connection to nature in young children.

Friend or Foe?

A lonely mouse gazes up at the cat in the palace tower next door. Determined to find out if he is a friend, he bravely makes his way into the palace …

Happy Birthday, Alice Babette

It’s Alice’s birthday! A beautiful spring afternoon in Paris — what could be better? Little does she know that her friend has arranged some surprises!

I Found Hope in a Cherry Tree

Jean E. Pendziwol’s newest picture book is a lyrical meditation on nature and hope.

I'm Glad That You're Happy

A charming, original story about a friendship between two plants.

Kisimi Taimaippaktut Angirrarijarani / Only in My Hometown

A celebration of a tight-knit community in the Arctic.

Lake: A See to Learn Book

Lake: A See to Learn Book, the second book in the See to Learn series, is designed to inspire scientific curiosity, appreciation of beauty and connection to the natural world, through gentle questions and vibrant illustrations.

Lion and Mouse

Funny, fresh and very modern, this update on the fable of the lion and the mouse is a marvelous tale of a relationship between two unlikely friends.

Malaika’s Costume

Malaika’s mother can’t buy her a carnival costume — will she still be able to dance in the parade?

Malaika’s Winter Carnival

When Malaika moves to a cold northern city, there's a lot to get used to, especially Carnival in the wintertime!

Migrant

A deeply felt, imaginative, beautifully illustrated story about what it's like to be the child of migrant farm workers.