Memoria Press 1st Grade Read-Aloud Program

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The following books are included in the Memoria Press 1st Grade Read-Aloud Program. These books can be purchased as a package from Memoria Press or directly from Amazon or another retailer. You may also be interested in the complete Memoria Press 1st Grade Curriculum.

A Visitor for BearA Visitor for Bear
by Bonny Becker

The Ink Garden of Brother TheophaneThe Ink Garden of Brother Theophane
by C. M. Millen

A House Is a House for MeA House Is a House for Me
by Mary Ann Hoberman
Also: National Book Award Children's Book Winners

Miss TwiggleyMiss Twiggley's Tree
by Dorothea Warren Fox

Lyle, Lyle, CrocodileLyle, Lyle, Crocodile
by Bernard Waber
Recommended Age: 5
Also: New York Public Library’s List of 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know

A Picture Book of Christopher ColumbusA Picture Book of Christopher Columbus
by David A. Adler

Katy No-PocketKaty No-Pocket
by Emmy Payne
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Before Five in a Row Book List for Ages 3-4
Also: My Father's World Kindergarten Literature Collection

Wynken, Blynken, and NodWynken, Blynken, and Nod
by Eugene Field, Illustrated by Johanna Westerman

The Caboose Who Got LooseThe Caboose Who Got Loose
by Bill Peet

The Owl and the PussycatThe Owl and the Pussycat
by Edward Lear

The Little IslandThe Little Island
by Margaret Wise Brown, Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 4-5 Literature Package
Also: What We Read: Summer and the Beach

The Very First Thanksgiving DayThe Very First Thanksgiving Day
by Rhonda Gowler Greene

Choo ChooChoo Choo
by Virginia Lee Burton

The Polar ExpressThe Polar Express
by Chris Van Allsburg
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners
Also: Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Grades K-3
Also: New York Public Library’s List of 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know
Also: Reading Roadmaps 1st Grade
Also: Top 25 Christmas Picture Books

How the Grinch Stole ChristmasHow the Grinch Stole Christmas
by Dr. Suess
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 5-7 Literature Package

Snowflake BentleySnowflake Bentley
by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, Illustrated by Mary Azarian
Recommended Age: 5
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners
Also: Five in a Row Book List for Ages 4-8
Also: Reading Roadmaps 1st Grade
Also: Top 20 Science and Nature Books for Young Children
Also: What We Read: Winter and Snow

The Moon Shines DownThe Moon Shines Down
by Margaret Wise Brown

Norman the DoormanNorman the Doorman
by Don Freeman
Also: Reading Roadmaps Kindergarten

Pickle-Chiffon PiePickle-Chiffon Pie
by Jolly Roger Bradfield

The Star-Spangled BannerThe Star-Spangled Banner
by Peter Spier
Also: Picture Books for Minor Holidays

Abe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved BooksAbe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books
by Kay Winters

White Snow, Bright SnowWhite Snow, Bright Snow
by Alvin Tresselt, Illustrated by Roger Duvoisin
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners

Patrick: Patron Saint of IrelandPatrick: Patron Saint of Ireland
by Tomie dePaola
Also: Picture Books for Minor Holidays
Also: What We Read: Ireland

Doctor De SotoDoctor De Soto
by William Steig
Also: National Book Award Children's Book Winners
Also: Reading Roadmaps 3rd Grade
Also: Reading Roadmaps Kindergarten

Little TootLittle Toot
by Hardie Gramatky
Also: Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Grades K-3
Also: Reading Roadmaps 1st Grade

RechenkaRechenka's Eggs
by Patricia Polacco
Also: Top 10 Easter Picture Books
Also: What We Read: Russia

The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis BleriotThe Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot
by Alice & Martin Provensen
Recommended Age: 6
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners
Also: Five in a Row Book List for Ages 4-8
Also: Reading Roadmaps 1st Grade
Also: What We Read: France

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in PeopleWhy Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
Retold by Verna Aardema, Illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon
Recommended Age: 5
Also: Caldecott Medal Winners
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 6-8 Literature Package
Also: Reading Roadmaps Kindergarten
Also: What We Read: West Africa

Fly High, Fly LowFly High, Fly Low
by Don Freeman

Millions Of CatsMillions Of Cats
by Wanda Gág
Recommended Age: 3
Also: Mater Amabilis Pre-K Book List for Ages 4-5
Also: Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Grades K-3
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 4-5 Literature Package
Also: New York Public Library’s List of 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know
Also: TIME: The 100 Best Children's Books of All Time
Also: Sonlight Preschool Book List for Ages 3-4 (in 20th Century Children’s Book Treasury)

The Storm BookThe Storm Book
by Charlotte Zolotow

Mike Mulligan And His Steam ShovelMike Mulligan And His Steam Shovel
by Virginia Lee Burton
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Amazon's 100 Children's Books to Read in a Lifetime
Also: Five in a Row Book List for Ages 4-8
Also: Mater Amabilis Pre-K Book List for Ages 4-5
Also: Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Grades K-3
Also: New York Public Library’s List of 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know
Also: Reading Roadmaps 1st Grade
Also: TIME: The 100 Best Children's Books of All Time
Also: What We Read: Trucks and Construction
Also: Sonlight Preschool Book List for Ages 3-4 (in Mike Mulligan and More)

A Time to KeepA Time to Keep
by Tasha Tudor

A ChildA Child's Book of Poems
by Gyo Fujikawa
Also: Memoria Press 2nd Grade Read-Aloud Program
Also: Memoria Press Kindergarten Read-Aloud Program
Also: Top 10 Poetry Collections for Children

Eric CarleEric Carle's Animals Animals
Compiled by Laura Whipple; Illustrated by Eric Carle
Recommended Age: 4
Also: Memoria Press 2nd Grade Read-Aloud Program
Also: Memoria Press Kindergarten Read-Aloud Program
Also: Sonlight Pre-K Book List for Ages 4-5

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