The Doris Collection (Grade 4 Single Copies)
We are pleased to introduce our new SongLake Books Doris Collection. Recognizing that many schools are struggling to meet the demands of the Common Core State Standards, we have scrutinized hundreds of books from approved publishers and hand-selected only those that best align themselves with these standards.
Features of our Doris Collection for grade 4 include repeated characters; repeated books by the same author/illustrator; repeated topics; less familiar fairy tales; different versions of familiar fairy tales; fairy tales from different cultures; greater variety of topics; ties to content areas: science, social studies, health; different times and cultures; more mature themes as poverty, fear, prejudice. The Doris Collection also features different genres at each level offering more flexibility in choosing titles of interest for your students.
Books in the Doris Collection span guided reading levels P-S to meet the needs of students found in a typical grade 4 classroom. Note that Fountas/Pinnell have recently revised grade 4 to include these four levels. The goal is to have fourth graders exit this grade at a level S instructional level.
The Doris Collection contains 61 different titles: 1 hardcover author's biography as well as 60 additional titles organized with 15 titles per level. This set consists of one copy of each book contained in our Matthew Collection and our Mary Collection. It is designed for classrooms, Title I, and new federal programs such as RTI, i3, et al. It is also ideal for bookrooms.
Most titles included in this collection can be found in Fountas and Pinnell's Booklist now found online. Each collection comes with two lists. One list is arranged by levels. The other list is arranged alphabetically.
As with each of our collections the Doris Collection is affordably priced below retail with no additional shipping or handling charges. This is truly a remarkable value for a well-designed collection from multiple publishers.
|P||*Balto And The Great Race||Realistic Fiction|
|Coming Home: From The Life Of Langston Hughes||Biography|
|*Daring Escape Of Ellen Craft, The||Biography|
|*Dragon Prince: Chinese Beauty & The Beast||Traditional Literature|
|*Exploring Freshwater Habitats||Informational|
|*Exploring Saltwater Habitats||Informational|
|*Indian School, The||Realistic Fiction|
|*Knots On A Counting Rope||Realistic Fiction|
|*Magic School Bus: Inside The Earth||Fantasy|
|*Magic School Bus: Inside The Human Body||Fantasy|
|*Mario's Mayan Journey||Fantasy|
|*Matchlock Gun, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Miss Geneva's Lantern||Realistic Fiction|
|*My Mother Got Married (And Other Disasters)||Realistic Fiction|
|*Wall, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Great Black Heroes: Five Brilliant Scientists||Biography|
|*Hannah Of Fairfield||Historical Fiction|
|*If You Lived In Colonial Times||Informational|
|*If You Lived With The Iroquois||Informational|
|*If You Sailed On The Mayflower In 1620||Informational|
|*If Your Name Was Changed At Ellis Island||Informational|
|*Legend Of Scarface, The||Informational|
|*Mysterious Spinners||Traditional Literature|
|*Pedro's Journal||Historical Fiction|
|*People And The Sea||Informational|
|*Thousand Miles To Freedom: Escape of Ellen And William Craft||Biography|
|Watching The Night Sky||Informational|
|R||*Becoming A Citizen||Informational|
|*Can't You Make Them Behave, King George?||Informational|
|*Everything Cat: What Kids Really Want To Know About Cats||Informational|
|*Family Under The Bridge||Realistic Fiction|
|*Freedom Crossing||Historical Fiction|
|*History's All Stars: Betsy Ross||Biography|
|*Indian In The Cupboard, The||Fantasy|
|*Journey To A New Land: An Oral History||Biography|
|*Library Card, The||Realistic Fiction|
|*More Perfect Than The Moon||Historical Fiction|
|*Sacagawea: Journey Into The West||Biography|
|*Thomas Edison: Inventor With A Lot Of Bright Ideas||Biography|
|*Who's That Stepping On Plymouth Rock?||Informational|
|*Why Don't You Get A Horse, Sam Adams?||Biography|
|S||*Barefoot: Escape On The Underground Railroad||Historical Fiction|
|*Boy Called Slow, A||Biography|
|*Children Of The Longhouse||Historical Fiction|
|*Do Tornados Really Twist?||Informational|
|*Janitor's Boy, The||Realistic Fiction|
|*Letters From Rifka||Historical Fiction|
|*Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story From China||Traditional Literature|
|*Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #6: Space||Informational|
|*Once On This Island||Historical Fiction|
|*Orphan Of Ellis Island, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Should There Be Zoos?||Informational|
|*Taking Sides||Realistic Fiction|
|*Taste Of Blackberries, A||Realistic Fiction|
|*Where Do You Think You're Going, Christopher Columbus?||Biography|
|* Listed on Fountas/Pinnell's Leveled Books website
61 books: 1 copy each of 60 paperback titles
plus Surprising Myself (level O), a biography of Jean Fritz,
author of Can't You Make Them Behave, King George?,
Where Do You Think You're Going, Christopher Columbus?,
Who's Stepping On Plymouth Rock?, and
Why Don't You Get A Horse, Sam Adams?
Tully, NY 13159
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