The Gabrielle Collection (Grade 3 Single Copies)
We are pleased to introduce our new SongLake Books Gabrielle 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 Gabrielle Collection for grade 3 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 Gabrielle Collection also features different genres at each level offering more flexibility in choosing titles of interest for your students.
Books in the Gabrielle Collection span guided reading levels M-P to meet the varied needs of students found in a typical grade 3 classroom. Note that Fountas & Pinnell have recently revised grade 3 to include these four levels. The goal is to have third graders exit this grade at a level P instructional level.
The Gabrielle Collection contains 61 different titles including two different hard cover author biographies and a work by each of these authors. This set consists of one copy of each book contained in our Sarah Collection and our Brian 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 & 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 Gabrielle 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.
*Alexander And The Stallion
|*All About Honeybees||Informational|
|*Bears On Hemlock Mountain||Realistic Fictions|
|*Chair For My Mother, A||Realistic Fiction|
|*Creatures Of The Night||Informational|
|*Day Of Ahmed's Secret, The||Realistic Fiction|
|*Er-Lang And The Suns||Traditional Literature|
|*George Washington, Our First President||Biography|
|*How And Why Birds Use Their Bills||Informational|
|Human Body, The||Informational|
|*I Need Glasses||Realistic Fiction|
|*In A Tree||Informational|
|*In The Garden||Informational|
|*Kate Shelley And The Midnight Express||Biography|
|N||*Did You Hear Wind Sing Your Name?||Traditional Literature|
|*Girl Who Loved Wild Horses, The||Traditional Literature|
*Hidden in the Midden
*In Black Bear Country
|*In The Forest||Informational|
|*More Stories Julian Tells||Realistic Fiction|
|*Next Spring An Oriole||Historical Fiction|
|*Pioneer Cat||Historical Fiction|
|*Shadow Of The Wolf||Informational|
|*Shoeshine Girl||Realistic Fiction|
|*Simon And The Aliens||Science Fiction|
|*Why Mosquitos Buzz In People's Ears||Traditional Literature|
|O||*Anansi Does The Impossible||Traditional Literature|
|*Folktales From Asia||Traditional Literature|
|*Grizzly Bears (Mondo)||Informational|
|*Haiku For You||Informational|
|*Hau Kola Hello Friends||Biography|
|*Her Seven Brothers||Traditional Literature|
|*How Much Can A Bare Bear Bear?||Informational|
|*Legend Of The Indian Paintbrush||Traditional Literature|
|*Meet Thomas Jefferson||Biography|
|*Night Crossing, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Our National Treasures||Informational|
|*Pro Sports: How Did They Begin?||Informational|
|P||*Bear That Heard Crying, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Eat Your Vegetables! Drink Your Milk!||Informational|
|*Exploring Tree Habitats||Informational|
|*Grandfather's Journey||Historical Fiction|
|*Lotus Seed, The||Historical Fiction|
|*Magic School Bus: Inside A Beehive||Fantasy|
|*Magic School Bus: Truth About Bats||Fantasy|
|*Picture Book Of Rosa Parks||Biography|
|*Seven Chinese Brothers, The||Traditional Literature|
|*Shelter Dogs: Amazing Stories Of Adopted Strays||Informational|
|*Sideways Stories From Wayside School||Fantasy|
|*What Makes You Cough, Sneeze . . .||Informational|
|* Listed on Fountas & Pinnell's Leveled Books website
61 books: 1 copy each of 60 different titles
includes Hau Kola Hello Friends, a biography of Paul Goble,
author of The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses and Her Seven Brothers plus
A Bookworm Who Hatched, a biography of Verna Aardema,
author of Why Mosquitoes Buzz In People's Ears
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