1st Grade Reading List
A dog enjoys barking at a cat, a bee, and especially squirrels in this easy-to-read book.
Collects poems describing the many creatures living in the sea, from the sea horse to the blue whale.
A Jewish man, living in Poland, has a very old overcoat which he recycles several times into a variety of garments.
In this wordless retelling of an Aesop fable, an adventuresome mouse proves that even small creatures are capable of great deeds when he rescues the King of the Jungle.
There's trouble at Little Pea's house: he hates eating his dinner . . . of candy! Still, his parents won't let him have the spinach dessert he loves so much until he does so. Kids, even the ones who don't put up a fuss at the table occasionally (if those even exist), will relish Little Pea.
Wanting to have more fun when he tires of his prim-and-proper existence, staunch Mr. Tiger decides to give in to his wild nature until his antics go too far.
Something always seems to go wrong when Rabbit is around, but Mouse lets him play with his toy plane anyway because he is his good friend.
A little girl loses a tooth.
On Friday night, a boy accompanies his father to his night job as the school custodian.
This fly is on an alphabetical rampage through the house, leaving destruction all around him.
Gobbled by a snake, a crafty boy finds a find a way out of his predictament by encouraging the snake to eat an increasing number of animals.
Tells the story of an otter who strays too far from his home and must face danger from other animals in order to make his return.
Owen's parents try to get him to give up his favorite blanket before he starts school, but when their efforts fail, they come up with a solution that makes everyone happy.
Description:Fox and Chick are unlikely friends, but somehow they seem to get along together, even though Fox is calm and thoughtful, and Chick has is hyperactive and flighty.
Stepping into the picture he has drawn with his purple crayon, Harold continues drawing his way through various adventures.
Pinkerton may not be the best-trained dog in his class, but his unconventional behavior saves the day when a burglar comes to his house.
Listen. A little boy named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is playing the piano. Look. He is playing backward! He is playing blindfolded! Imagine. What must his life be like? Play, Mozart, play!
Rhyming text and glowing, full-color photos chronicle a pumpkin patch as it grows and changes, from seeds to pumpkins ready to harvest to jack-o'-lanterns and then to seeds again.
Know any kids who don't like veggies? Here is a book that's sure to change their hungry minds!
Reading Suggestions for 1st Graders from the Weber County Library