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Old 09-05-2017, 05:33 PM
 
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I am interested in purchasing sets of books for my classroom library that will benefit my students in Reading Workshop. Do you have any recommendations of where to buy sets of books? I'm looking for high interest, leveled books. Thanks in advance!


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Book Source is very good, but pricey.
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I appreciate the advice! I had not heard of them.
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You may want to supplement purchased leveled books with leveled readers from Reading A-Z or EdHelper. Neither one is free. Your district may have already purchased a membership to Reading A-Z. EdHelper's subscription fee is pretty reasonable and has lots of goodies across the content areas especially for the lower grades. (My all time favorite BB "We're Nachos Ordinary Class" came from EdHelper.) You will need to make copies but they are easy to replace when needed.

If you decide to make your own copies you could ask your school to purchase a saddle/booklet stapler. It makes the job much easier.
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I sure appreciate that info. We do indeed have Reading A to Z.


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Pioneer Valley, Bebop Books, Rigby RM, National Geographic Windows to Literacy
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They have many leveled books and many topics, and if I am not mistaken they were very affordable. The kids love them.
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