Juvenile Easy Readers, Level 3
This list is designed to help you find beginning reading material for your young reader.
Level 3 (1st-2nd Grade) books contain longer sentences and phrases. Some are divided into short, simple chapters. Stories at this level help develop comprehension and fluency.
If your child finds these books too easy to read, ask library staff for help in locating transitional books in the juvenile fiction area.
Amanda Pig tries everything she can think of to keep cool.
A literal-minded housekeeper causes a ruckus in the household when she attempts to make sense of some instructions.
A story about Buffalo Bill and his adventures as a pony express rider.
Fox babysits for his sister Louise, learns to climb a tree for grapes, and wins a shopping cart race.
Two friends share experiences in each season of the year.
Presents seven, easy-to-read ghost stories based on traditional folk tales and legends from various countries.
A Good Knight helps three little dragons who are having trouble getting to sleep.
Harry the dog goes to fantastic lengths to make his neighbor stop singing.
Henry, feeling lonely on a street without any other children, finds companionship and love in a big dog named Mudge.
Mark does not want to play the turkey in the second grade Thanksgiving play, but then he ends up saving the day.
Inspector Hopper and his assistant McBugg are on the case.
Little Bear has a big imagination and some funny adventures.
Mr. Putter and his fine cat, Tabby, are going for a train ride with their neighbors, Mrs. Teaberry and her good dog, Zeke.
Pancake-lover Nate the Great solves the mystery of the missing picture.