Tuesday, October 9, 2012

DRA Suggestions - Level 38

Below you'll find some ideas for students who are reading level 38 books independently.  These books may be appropriate for students reading at a higher level or students who are reading at a lower level but are reading it with an adult.

Note: Not all books are appropriate for your child.  Some may have content that they do not have background knowledge on and therefore the book is more challenging.  Please use this list as a guide and not as a shopping list.


by Karen Hesse, illustrated by Marcia Sewall
GenreGeneral Fiction

Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle

Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle )
by Betty MacDonald, illustrated by Hilary Knight
GenreGeneral Fiction

Animals in Summer

National Geographic Society )
GenreGeneral Nonfiction, Series


by Betsy Cromer Byars, illustrated by Doron Ben-Ami
GenreGeneral Fiction

The Tree House Mystery

Boxcar ChildrenBoxcar Children , Book # 14)
GenreAdventure, Mystery and Suspense, Series, Realistic Fiction

The Woodshed Mystery

Boxcar ChildrenBoxcar Children , Book # 7)
GenreAdventure, Mystery and Suspense, Series, Realistic Fiction

The Giggler Treatment

by Roddy Doyle, illustrated by Brian Ajhar
GenreComedy and Humor

Rent a Third Grader

GenreGeneral Fiction

What's the Big Idea, Ben Franklin?

by Jean Fritz, illustrated by Margot Tomes
GenreAutobiography and Biography

Rising Stars of the NBA

GenreGeneral Nonfiction

George's Marvelous Medicine

GenreComedy and Humor, Fantasy

Pocahontas and the Strangers

Scholastic Biography )
by Clyde Robert Bulla, illustrated by Peter Burchard
GenreAutobiography and Biography, Series

Do Tarantulas Have Teeth?: Questions and Answe...

by Gilda BergerMelvin Berger, illustrated by Jim Effler
GenreGeneral Nonfiction, Reference, Series

The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks

Magic School Bus , Book # 1)
by Joanna Cole, illustrated by Bruce Degen
GenreSeries, Informational

The New Kid on the Block

by Jack Prelutsky, illustrated by James Stevenson
GenreComedy and Humor, Poetry and Rhymes

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