Our recommended titles are divided into five categories. These categories are a first look guide to help you navigate our ever-growing list of suggested titles. 

 

Click on each book cover to read a rich description of each title.  We’ve arranged the titles alphabetically by author’s last name.

Click here to view a complete list of all of our titles.


Choose from our Five Categories:

Intro books are generally shorter, with simpler themes that are easier for younger students to understand. These books are great for schools trying a schoolwide family reading program for the first time, or for schools with only younger students. While the content is simpler, these books are still rich, rewarding, and worthwhile for elementary school families to enjoy together.

Be sure your read your title in its entirety before making your final selection. We are here to help you choose the best title for your community.

Sweet Spot books are the foundation of our Read to Them model. These titles can be read aloud to students from Kindergarten through 5th grade. Families will enjoy sharing these titles at home, and teachers and students will enjoy exploring them at school. Some Sweet Spot titles are a little longer and more thematically complex, and some contain material that may be sensitive to some readers.

Be sure you read your title in its entirety before making your final selection. We are here to help you choose the best title for your community.

Intermediate books are a bridge between the worlds of elementary school and middle school. These books are often aimed at an upper elementary school audience. They are generally longer, more complex, and they give students and families the opportunity to engage deeper questions. Some of these titles have been read and shared with full elementary school populations; others are more appropriate for upper elementary and middle school students.

Be sure you read your title in its entirety before making your final selection. We are here to help you choose the best title for your community.

Middle School books are intended for middle school students. Some are longer, with plots and characters that are more sophisticated. Many address topics that require the maturity of the middle school audience. These books engage middle school students with questions, topics, and experiences that will resonate with these dynamic learners.

Be you should read your title in its entirety before making your final selection. We are here to help you choose the best title for your community.

Be advised that due to publishing variations with Spanish editions Read to Them may
need an additional month of lead time to process orders that include Spanish titles.

X