Fiction

1st Grade Fiction


Fly Guy
by Tedd Arnold
Hedgie
by Jan Brett
Biscuit
by Alyssa Capucilli
Katy Duck
by Alyssa Capucilli
Hi!  Fly Guy
Hedge Blasts Off! Biscuit Finds a Friend Katy Duck Makes a Friend

Doreen Cronin
Pete the Cat
by James Dean
Kevin HenkesBetty Bunny
by Michael B. Kaplan
Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin
Waiting
Betty Bunny Wants a Goal

Froggy
by Jonathan London
Otis
by Loren Long
Pip
by David Milgrim
Fancy Nancy
by Jane O'Connor
Let's Go Froggy by Jonathan London Otis
The Adventures of Otto
Fancy Nancy and the Too-Loose Teeth

How to Babysit Grandma
by Jean Reagan
Bob Shea
Elephant & Piggie
like reading!
Elephant & Piggie
by Mo Willems
Ho to Babysit Grandma
Don't Play with Your Food by Bob SheaWe are growing
Elephant & Piggie:  We Are in a Book!




Audrey & Don Wood

The Big Hungry Bear by Audrey & Don Wood


Nonfiction

Grade 1 Nonfiction Authors

Blastoff Readers
(Various Authors)

Gail Gibbons Bobbie Kalman Joanne Mattern
Fire!  Fire!  by Gail Gibbons How are They the Same? by Bobbie Kalman I Know Soccer by Joanne Mattern

Michael Dahl Helen Frost Anne Rockwell Bonnie Worth
Ants at the Picnic by Michael Dahl Baby Birds by Helen Frost Apples and Pumpkins by Anne Rockwell Hark! A Shark! by Bonnie Worth

Student Picks

1st Grade Student Picks!




Alphabet Rescue by Audrey WoodBetty Bunny Loves Chocolate Cake by Michael Kaplan




Welcome Message

Welcome first grade readers! You have been practicing choosing just right books from many fiction and nonfiction genres and have built stamina for reading at least 20 minutes at a time. We hope you will continue talking about reading with your friends and adults during the summer.

The Scranton Library is an invaluable resource to help you connect your child with books, ebooks, audiobooks, magazines and opportunities to spend time with other readers.

You are free to read whatever you enjoy! Readers read what they love!

Please help your child keep track of his reading by filling out a Summer Reading Recording Sheet of all titles that you've read together and submit it to his/her teacher in September.

Happy Reading!